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MSX Magazine 2003 tops the charts!!

by Latok on 15-11-2002, 09:12
Topic: MSX Revival

With the MSX MAGAZINE 2003 coming out next month, we'll try to give you as much MSX Revival news as possible. If the signs don't prove us wrong, sensational things are going to happen.As we reported earlier, Rakuten started pre-selling the MSX MAGAZINE 2003. We can now reveal that in the reservation charts, MSX MAGAZINE 2003 reached the number 1 spot!

NLMSX 0.44

by snout on 13-11-2002, 21:42
Topic: Emulation

Source: Sandy Pleyte

A few moments ago, a new version of the popular MSX Emulator NLMSX was released. NLMSX is one of the two MSX Emulators that is capable of emulating the MSX turboR computer. It also supports the most used MSX Sound chips PSG, FM-PAC, SCC and MSX-Audio.

MSX Magazine 2003 - more details

by snout on 12-11-2002, 18:34
Topic: MSX Revival

Source: Gigamix/Syntax

Rakuten, one of the biggest Japanese online stores that sells books and magazines has started pre-selling MSX Magazine 2003. Already, during the short time of pre-sales, MSX Magazine 2003 has reached no. 21 in the top-selling magazines.

Metal Gear Origin - website opened

by snout on 12-11-2002, 12:29
Topic: MSX Related
Tags: Remakes

As a lot of people might expect, Metal Gear Origin is not a new Konami sequel (or prequel) in the famous Metal Gear series. Even a brief look at the website might let you believe that this site comes straight from the 'real thing'. However, Konami is not behind all this...

A new team of developers, called Joy Division, have started to make a fan-game based on the first Metal Gear releases.

Liksang.com back online

by Sander on 12-11-2002, 12:03
Topic: Websites

Liksang.com, the online Hong-Kong based company is back online. After a dispute with Sony and Microsoft for selling modchips they will not be selling these anymore, but you still can order a lot of other neat stuff.

ASCII MSX Magazine 2003

by Latok on 11-11-2002, 23:21
Topic: MSX Revival

Many of the msx.org visitors are interested in the developments regarding the MSXPLAYer and the possible new MSX computer. The current poll shows it is 'a hot item'.As we have reported earlier, a major part of the current MSX revival is the release of a new ASCII MSX Magazine.

Shalom english beta3

by snout on 11-11-2002, 14:12
Topic: Translations

Source: MSX files

A new version of the english translation of Shalom (Knightmare 3), originally by Konami was released today. In this version you can play the game up to the point where boss 7 and 8 are beaten. According to the website about 90% of the game is translated.

fMSXSO 1.31

by snout on 11-11-2002, 13:31
Topic: Emulation

A new version of the Japanese fMSX-port fMSXSO has been released.

MSX development IRC chat channel

by Unregistered user on 10-11-2002, 18:32
Topic: Websites

#msxdev at irc.aniverse.com is a new IRC channel that focusses on development of MSX software and related subjects.Whether you're experienced, just starting or only interested, #msxdev is the place to ask questions and discuss projects and developments in the MSX world.And, visitors will be kept up-to-date of the latest news by the MSX Resource Center bot!

For those that don't know what IRC is,

GXSCC beta236E

by snout on 10-11-2002, 15:30
Topic: Music

Source: Gashi

About a week after the release of the Japanese GXSCC beta223, a newer, English version arrives.GXSCC enables you to play SMF, MID and RPC files on a software-emulated SCC chip. New in this version compared to beta223J:

  • The pre-process (acquisition of a music name, play time, etc.) of buffering was accelerated considerably.

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