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Bussum 2005 photo shoot

by snout on 02-10-2005, 21:36
Topic: Photo shoots

Yesterday the annual MSX fair in Bussum, organized by TNI, was held. No less than 14 standholders and many more visitors attended the fair. As of now, a photo shoot of no less than 168 pictures taken during the day is available in our ever growing photo shoots section.

Near Dark have published a short and funny photo report on the trip from Friesland (Netherlands) to Bussum, the meeting itself and the trip back, which you can read on the Disk Interactive section of their website.

MRC Downloads Top 10; September 2005

by snout on 02-10-2005, 13:53
Topic: MRC
Tags: Challenges

Due to the activities before, during and after the Bussum 2005 fair a bit later than usual, but here are the top 10 downloads of September 2005:

  1. E3D Evolution (132 dowloads)
  2. Vscreen (10

SeD_NcL has informed us that the first pictures of the Bussum 2005 MSX fair have been added to the MSX Posse photo-gallery. While some pictures of other members are still missing, it already gives a nice impression of the fair.

Falcom Soundtrack CD's released

by Bart on 01-10-2005, 00:55
Topic: Music

Famitsu.com released some new audio CD's containing the soundtracks of famous Falcom MSX titles. These CD's can be ordered online from famitsu.com.

KbMedia Player 2.42beta

by Bart on 01-10-2005, 00:47
Topic: Software
Tags: Utilities

KbMediaPlayer which supports OPX and, when using the MSXPlug plugin, KSS, BGM, MPK and MGS formats, has been updated to version 2.42 beta. This is the Japanese version.

Poisonic pointed us to a very interesting page at ag0ny's website on which an iPod Nano modification using the Sunrise MSX ATA-IDE interface is announced.

Krazilec's Dahku preview

by Bart on 30-09-2005, 20:49
Topic: Software

A playable promo version of the upcoming MSX2 game Dahku by Kralizec has been put online at the Bitwise website. Dahku is not yet available for order, but is expected to be in the near future.

As already mentioned in this newspost, Hideo Kojima, the creator of the famous Metal Gear series, and the well known Snatcher games, often refers to the MSX system as the origin of his games. Currently Hideo Kojima is maintaining a web blog on his production site.

This Saturday, on the annual MSX fair in Bussum, Sunrise will start the sale of the Sunrise MSX Game Reader.

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