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Vampire Killer comparison video

by JohnHassink on 16-05-2011, 23:41
Topic: Websites

To those who enjoy well-crafted YouTube videos, strafefox shouldn't be a complete stranger.

Penguin Adventure - YouTube review

by snout on 13-04-2011, 13:00
Topic: Websites

Last month, Strafefox caught our attention with his Maze of Galious review. Earlier this week he issued a second MSX game review in the same nicely edited style.

Konamito halts editorial activity

by JohnHassink on 06-04-2011, 01:51
Topic: Websites

Years of serving as a beacon in cyberspace, the electronic highway, and as a source of information and inspiration for the MSX community has passed - seven years to be exact.

MSX History website updated

by mtini on 21-03-2011, 22:18
Topic: Websites

Marcelo Tini informs us that his MSX History website is updated with simpler navigation and cleaner look. All questionable content has been removed. Only the interviews and labels remain. Luckely the interviews with famous Brazilian MSX users are still there.

Related link: MSX History

Maze of Galious - Youtube review

by msd on 07-03-2011, 17:27
Topic: Websites

There are many MSX (related) videos on Youtube, and every now and then a video comes along that deserves mentioning on the MRC.

Near Dark re-launch website

by snout on 02-02-2011, 23:45
Topic: Websites

A few days ago, the SMDNearDark released a new version of Runit - a tool to run disk images directly from IDE/SCSI based devices on real MSX computers.

Sunrise launch new website

by snout on 26-01-2011, 01:10
Topic: Websites

Ever since the early 1990s, the Dutch foundation Sunrise has been one of the most prominent group of MSX soft- and hardware distributers in the MSX Community.

Deva website launched

by wolf_ on 29-12-2010, 01:17
Topic: Websites

After having finished his maiden project, Manbow 2, norakomi took a step back from all the stress that came with it. Late during that period, he was toying with new game ideas. Nothing mentioned out in the open, just a few insiders knew his mind was at work.

MSX Solutions: Pegasus

by wolf_ on 28-12-2010, 23:06
Topic: Websites

We're nearing the end of 2010, yet only_69 spices up our last days with a new map. This time it's the old platformer Pegasus, released in 1986 by Cross Media Soft.

MSX Solutions: Sir Fred

by JohnHassink on 18-12-2010, 20:20
Topic: Websites

MSX Solutions, the map shrine from only_69, has been updated with a new entry: this time it's Sir Fred, another Spanish platformer. Let's rejuvenate our knightly courage, get our helmet and save a princess!

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