Source: RetroPC

With the Tokyo Gameshow only just started, RetroPC have already published a report, photo shoot and video of the booth that probably interests us MSX fans the most: the booth of D4 Enterprise.

As we had announced earlier, the brand new One Chip MSX is on display on the D4E booth, revealing its new power-button, reset-button and transparent MSX logo as small changes on what appears to be the final design of the casing. Although the pictures are sometimes a bit on the dark side (as no flash was used) and the site is a bit hard to reach at the moment, the photo shoot is certainly worth having a look at.

Relevant link: One Chip MSX on Tokyo Gameshow - report, photo shoot and video

Commentaires (19)

Par MicroTech

Champion (385)

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22-09-2006, 16:27

A curiosity: in the left of this photo

http://retropc.net/img/weblog/20060922tgs24.jpg

there are some "USB GamePad"s with (at least) 4(!) fire buttons...
they are on MSX stand... are they MSX-related??? :D

Par snout

Ascended (15187)

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22-09-2006, 16:29

As they're all @ TGS right now I can't confirm that, but as Project EGG/EGGplus are on display as well, the gamepads are likely to bring back the retrogaming-feel for emulation (e.g. MSXPLAYer) users. It would not surprise me at all if this joypad was one of the first things to be supported by an OCM upgrade though Wink

Par konamiman

Paragon (1176)

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22-09-2006, 17:11

Hummm, that Nemesis in a 30 inch TV... arf arf... Big smile

Par Sd-Snatcher

Hero (582)

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22-09-2006, 17:28

4 fire buttons, Start & Select.

Think is not an MSX only stand, is the D4 stand, Proyect EGG,with PC games, Emulators, etc..

Par snout

Ascended (15187)

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22-09-2006, 17:34

in fact, several Microcabin games for MSX had support for 4-button joypads...

Par Manuel

Ascended (19058)

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22-09-2006, 19:50

Uhh?? AFAIK there aren't any 4 button joypads for MSX...

Par Haohmaru

Paladin (774)

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22-09-2006, 20:58

in fact, several Microcabin games for MSX had support for 4-button joypads...

I would be interested to know which games, and who manufactured those pads.

Par Sd-Snatcher

Hero (582)

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22-09-2006, 22:13

Since you have 2 output lines in the joystick it can be used to select the function of the 6 actual buttons, so you can make an msx joystick with 24 buttons or a multitap with 4 actual 6 button joystick.

Par Sd-Snatcher

Hero (582)

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22-09-2006, 22:29

The USB gamepad looks a mobile phone contest prize:

http://www.i-revo.jp/tgs/

Par Sd-Snatcher

Hero (582)

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22-09-2006, 22:33

<Exhibition schedule title>

Title name              Pratt  Form             Price (Estimate value/including tax)          Sale day (Schedule)
One chip MSX         Worldwide first                  20,790 Yen                             2006/10 end 
                        one chip MSX                                                                    of the month
                        which corresponds
                        to MSX2.

LOL, next mont?

Par Huey

Prophet (2687)

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23-09-2006, 10:25

Hmmmmm so would that be around 140 euro (adding some euros for the localisation)

Par Sonic_aka_T

Enlighted (4130)

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23-09-2006, 16:55

Prolly a tad more, since VAT is a bit higher here than it is there, plus some importies duties, customs fees and shipping & handling are to be paid as well.

Par spl

Paragon (1470)

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23-09-2006, 19:45

Simply.... I want (need) one! Big smile

Par POISONIC

Paladin (1012)

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24-09-2006, 20:12

MSX is stoer retropc.net/img/weblog/20060922tgs29.jpg

:D

Par Sd-Snatcher

Hero (582)

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24-09-2006, 20:35

stoer?

Par POISONIC

Paladin (1012)

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25-09-2006, 01:42

rough
tuff

Par LeandroCorreia

Paladin (955)

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26-09-2006, 22:51

Next step... Wait for Konami to release new MSX games. Smile

Par Haze

Master (148)

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27-09-2006, 12:26

simonc of GameSetWatch posted a little clip of the performance by DRM:
http://www.gamesetwatch.com/2006/09/gamesetpics_tgs_chiptune_conce.php

Par Sarcasmic

Master (149)

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10-01-2012, 18:01

Msx is tha bombastic retro bling bling machine Tongue