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Answering the requests of the MSX community, sd_snatcher has improved the Metal Gear 1 DynamicVsync patch.

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.

PetitComputer is an interesting release for owners of a Nintendo DSi and future owners of the Nintendo 3DS.

DS Collection 7 in EGG English

by snout on 07-03-2011, 17:10
Topic: MSX Revival

The English corner of Project EGG was extended with DS Collection 7, a selection of games previously released in the popular Disc Station series of Compile. Games included in this batch are the shooters Megalopolis SOS, Devil's Heaven and Final Justice.

Jump Hero in EGG English

by snout on 07-03-2011, 17:05
Topic: MSX Revival

The English corner of Project EGG has been extended with Compile's platform game Jump Hero, which was released in 1991 as part of Disc Station 29.

Famicle Parodic English

by snout on 07-03-2011, 17:03
Topic: Translations

Django has released yet another translation of a Japanese MSX game. This time, he translated all the messages in Famicle Parodic, a nice shoot'em-up released by BIT2 in 1988, from Japanese to English.

GDX has released an update of the Spanish and French translations of Konami classic Penguin Adventure. This update will always show the European title screen of the game, regardless of the region of MSX computer you run it on.

Nyanpi in Project EGG

by snout on 07-03-2011, 16:38
Topic: MSX Revival

D4 Enterprise have once again updated the catalog of Project EGG. This time, they have released the puzzle game Nyanpi, which was released as Compile Disc Station Deluxe 3 in 1990.

Using the game development toolkit Byond, Ben Mallahan (Silk Games) created a MORPG that is completely inspired by what he calls the glory days of traditional console RPGs.

TAS Videos: Contra

by wolf_ on 05-03-2011, 17:59
Topic: Software

If ever you wondered how fast one could finish Konami's hi-tec guerrilla game Contra, then you gotta see this. In little over ten minutes, scrimpeh has finished this game, admittedly with some technical help, hence the term TAS (Tool Assisted Speedrun).

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