Most essential MSX event (1982-2005) [round 2]

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By snout

Ascended (15184)

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23-09-2006, 00:16

There we are! Round 2 in our quest for the most essential MSX event. But... hang on? What's that! We've got 78 nominees once again? What happened? Well...

It's the new megapolling system! All nominees will compete in the first two rounds, after which two third of the nominees with the most points (average/round) will move on to the third round. In this round the nominees with the highest score will battle those with the lowest scores, with 50% moving on to each following round. Are you still following this? Hmmm... thought so...

So, what's there to vote about? We're on a quest to find out which event the visitors of MRC think is the most essential MSX event that took place between 1985 and 2005.

Right here you can find a list of all nominees with the reasons why they were nominated. Please read it first, carefully, and don't hesitate too look back at this list later on. Got it? Great!

Below is a list of 39 pairs. Your job is to divide three points between each pair. So with the pair

option A | option B

the following scores are valid:

3 - 0 ;option A | option B
2 - 1 ;option A | option B
1 - 2 ;option A | option B
0 - 3 ;option A | option B

It is NOT permitted to give halve points, the total points divided each pair HAS to be 3 points. You will have to make this decision each pair, until you completed the entire list. Mixing pairs with others is not allowed. Only completely valid submissions will be counted.

So all you have to do to vote is join the MRC, log in and fill in the votesheet below. This second round closes at September 25th, 23:59 CET. Happy voting!

Introduction of, and a few actions from Bazix | ObsoNET
The release of F1-Spirit | Compile
Zandvoort fair | The release of Usas
blueMSX | Philips MSX CD-ROM interface
V9958 | Bombaman (and Team Bomba)
Impact | Peter van Overbeek/PTC Print
Yamaha CX5M | ESE Artists Factory
The release of fMSX | The release of SD-Snatcher
The establishment of the RBM MSX2(+)/FM-PAC club by Bas Labruyère and Ronald Zijlstra | The Game Reader
Release of MSX2 | MSX in the MIR
Takeru | V9938
ANMA's Source of Power | MSXDev'05
Japan software houses | MCM/MCCM
Announcement of the One Chip MSX | The Moonsound
Unknown Reality | Psycho World
Genlock for MSX (Sony/Philips) | MSX Club Gouda
Nestor Soriano [NBASIC, Z380 soft, Obsonet hard&soft, etc] | Sunrise - gameproductions
Ademir Carchano | Wammes Witkop
Konami | The split (screen, palette, sprite etc.)
Cas Cremers | Microcabin's music in general
The release of CJS MSX emulator/Virtual MSX (whichever came first) | MSX Resource Center starting challenges
MSX Resource Center | MSX BASIC KUN COMPILER
Jeroen Wouda from Space.Cweb.nl | MSX turboR
Philips quitting MSX | Clubguide picturedisks
Tilburg fair | The release of MoonBlaster
FAC Soundtracker | Sunrise's CF interface
Bandwagon | Microcabin snaredrum (various prods, Xak, Fray etc.)
Designer and Designer plus | The release of Aleste 2
The release of Metal Gear 2: Solid Snake | The release of Metal Gear 1
ZX-Spectrum games ported to MSX | The release of Nemesis 1
The release of Lightning, by Starcracks and Micronics | Laserdisc
First English SD-Snatcher patch | FM-Pac
Sunrise - magazine+special | Metal Gear Solid series
Mailing Lists | MSX Computer Magazine becoming MSX/MS-DOS Computer Magazine at issue #22
MCM and MCM merging into MCCM | MSX disk drive
openMSX | Karoshi Corporation
The end of MCCM | ANMA
The release of Space Manbow | Sunrise - hardware
The rise of structural FUD in the revival years | Sunrise Swiss developing the GFX9000

By wolf_

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23-09-2006, 00:22

2-1 Introduction of, and a few actions from Bazix | ObsoNET
2-1 The release of F1-Spirit | Compile
1-2 Zandvoort fair | The release of Usas
3-0 blueMSX | Philips MSX CD-ROM interface
2-1 V9958 | Bombaman (and Team Bomba)
2-1 Impact | Peter van Overbeek/PTC Print
0-3 Yamaha CX5M | ESE Artists Factory
1-2 The release of fMSX | The release of SD-Snatcher
3-0 The establishment of the RBM MSX2(+)/FM-PAC club by Bas Labruyère and Ronald Zijlstra | The Game Reader
3-0 Release of MSX2 | MSX in the MIR
0-3 Takeru | V9938
1-2 ANMA's Source of Power | MSXDev'05
2-1 Japan software houses | MCM/MCCM
1-2 Anouncement of the One Chip MSX | The Moonsound
2-1 Unknown Reality | Psycho World
2-1 Genlock for MSX (Sony/Philips) | MSX Club Gouda
1-2 Nestor Soriano [NBASIC, Z380 soft, Obsonet hard&soft, etc] | Sunrise - gameproductions
0-3 Ademir Carchano | Wammes Witkop
1-2 Konami | The split (screen, palette, sprite etc.)
1-2 Cas Cremers | Microcabin's music in general
0-3 The release of CJS MSX emulator/Virtual MSX (whichever came first) | MSX Resource Center starting challenges
3-0 MSX Resource Center | MSX BASIC KUN COMPILER
0-3 Jeroen Wouda from Space.Cweb.nl | MSX turboR
2-1 Philips quitting MSX | Clubguide picturedisks
1-2 Tilburg fair | The release of MoonBlaster
2-1 FAC Soundtracker | Sunrise's CF interface
1-2 Bandwagon | Microcabin snaredrum (various prods, Xak, Fray etc.)
2-1 Designer and Designer plus | The release of Aleste 2
1-2 The release of Metal Gear 2: Solid Snake | The release of Metal Gear 1
0-3 ZX-Spectrum games ported to MSX | The release of Nemesis 1
3-0 The release of Lightning, by Starcracks and Micronics | Laserdisc
1-2 First English SD-Snatcher patch | FM-Pac
3-0 Sunrise - magazine+special | Metal Gear Solid series
2-1 Mailing Lists | MSX Computer Magazine becoming MSX/MS-DOS Computer Magazine at issue #22
3-0 MCM and MCM merging into MCCM | MSX disk drive
1-2 openMSX | Karoshi Corporation
2-1 The end of MCCM | ANMA
1-2 The release of Space Manbow | Sunrise - hardware
2-1 The rise of structural FUD in the revival years | Sunrise Swiss developing the GFX9000

(^_^( "that was hard again"
)o_O) "it sure was.."
(^_^( "but it was doable"
)o_O) "in the end it wasn't that hard"
(^_^( "that was easy"
)o_O) "piece o' cake"

(^_^( )o_O) "muhahahahaha"

ok.. enough with those muppets at the balcony ^_^

By dvik

Prophet (2200)

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23-09-2006, 00:47

1-2 Introduction of, and a few actions from Bazix | ObsoNET
2-1 The release of F1-Spirit | Compile
0-3 Zandvoort fair | The release of Usas
3-0 blueMSX | Philips MSX CD-ROM interface
2-1 V9958 | Bombaman (and Team Bomba)
3-0 Impact | Peter van Overbeek/PTC Print
1-2 Yamaha CX5M | ESE Artists Factory
1-2 The release of fMSX | The release of SD-Snatcher
0-3 The establishment of the RBM MSX2(+)/FM-PAC club by Bas Labruyère and Ronald Zijlstra | The Game Reader
3-0 Release of MSX2 | MSX in the MIR
0-3 Takeru | V9938
1-2 ANMA's Source of Power | MSXDev'05
2-1 Japan software houses | MCM/MCCM
1-2 Anouncement of the One Chip MSX | The Moonsound
2-1 Unknown Reality | Psycho World
2-1 Genlock for MSX (Sony/Philips) | MSX Club Gouda
1-2 Nestor Soriano [NBASIC, Z380 soft, Obsonet hard&soft, etc] | Sunrise - gameproductions
0-3 Ademir Carchano | Wammes Witkop
3-0 Konami | The split (screen, palette, sprite etc.)
1-2 Cas Cremers | Microcabin's music in general
0-3 The release of CJS MSX emulator/Virtual MSX (whichever came first) | MSX Resource Center starting challenges
3-0 MSX Resource Center | MSX BASIC KUN COMPILER
0-3 Jeroen Wouda from Space.Cweb.nl | MSX turboR
2-1 Philips quitting MSX | Clubguide picturedisks
1-2 Tilburg fair | The release of MoonBlaster
2-1 FAC Soundtracker | Sunrise's CF interface
3-0 Bandwagon | Microcabin snaredrum (various prods, Xak, Fray etc.)
2-1 Designer and Designer plus | The release of Aleste 2
1-2 The release of Metal Gear 2: Solid Snake | The release of Metal Gear 1
0-3 ZX-Spectrum games ported to MSX | The release of Nemesis 1
3-0 The release of Lightning, by Starcracks and Micronics | Laserdisc
1-2 First English SD-Snatcher patch | FM-Pac
2-1 Sunrise - magazine+special | Metal Gear Solid series
2-1 Mailing Lists | MSX Computer Magazine becoming MSX/MS-DOS Computer Magazine at issue #22
0-3 MCM and MCM merging into MCCM | MSX disk drive
1-2 openMSX | Karoshi Corporation
2-1 The end of MCCM | ANMA
1-2 The release of Space Manbow | Sunrise - hardware
3-0 The rise of structural FUD in the revival years | Sunrise Swiss developing the GFX9000

By dvik

Prophet (2200)

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23-09-2006, 00:56

It is NOT permitted to give halve points, the total points divided each pair HAS to be 3 points. You will have to make this decision each pair, until you completed the entire list. Mixing pairs with others is not allowed. Only completely valid submissions will be counted.
I assume its not allowed to give negative points either, right? Wink

By mars2000you

Enlighted (5919)

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23-09-2006, 00:59

1-2 Introduction of, and a few actions from Bazix | ObsoNET
1-2 The release of F1-Spirit | Compile
1-2 Zandvoort fair | The release of Usas
3-0 blueMSX | Philips MSX CD-ROM interface
2-1 V9958 | Bombaman (and Team Bomba)
3-0 Impact | Peter van Overbeek/PTC Print
1-2 Yamaha CX5M | ESE Artists Factory
1-2 The release of fMSX | The release of SD-Snatcher
2-1 The establishment of the RBM MSX2(+)/FM-PAC club by Bas Labruyère and Ronald Zijlstra | The Game Reader
2-1 Release of MSX2 | MSX in the MIR
1-2 Takeru | V9938
1-2 ANMA's Source of Power | MSXDev'05
2-1 Japan software houses | MCM/MCCM
1-2 Anouncement of the One Chip MSX | The Moonsound
2-1 Unknown Reality | Psycho World
2-1 Genlock for MSX (Sony/Philips) | MSX Club Gouda
1-2 Nestor Soriano [NBASIC, Z380 soft, Obsonet hard&soft, etc] | Sunrise - gameproductions
1-2 Ademir Carchano | Wammes Witkop
2-1 Konami | The split (screen, palette, sprite etc.)
1-2 Cas Cremers | Microcabin's music in general
1-2 The release of CJS MSX emulator/Virtual MSX (whichever came first) | MSX Resource Center starting challenges
2-1 MSX Resource Center | MSX BASIC KUN COMPILER
0-3 Jeroen Wouda from Space.Cweb.nl | MSX turboR
1-2 Philips quitting MSX | Clubguide picturedisks
1-2 Tilburg fair | The release of MoonBlaster
2-1 FAC Soundtracker | Sunrise's CF interface
1-2 Bandwagon | Microcabin snaredrum (various prods, Xak, Fray etc.)
1-2 Designer and Designer plus | The release of Aleste 2
2-1 The release of Metal Gear 2: Solid Snake | The release of Metal Gear 1
0-3 ZX-Spectrum games ported to MSX | The release of Nemesis 1
3-0 The release of Lightning, by Starcracks and Micronics | Laserdisc
1-2 First English SD-Snatcher patch | FM-Pac
2-1 Sunrise - magazine+special | Metal Gear Solid series
1-2 Mailing Lists | MSX Computer Magazine becoming MSX/MS-DOS Computer Magazine at issue #22
1-2 MCM and MCM merging into MCCM | MSX disk drive
2-1 openMSX | Karoshi Corporation
1-2 The end of MCCM | ANMA
1-2 The release of Space Manbow | Sunrise - hardware
1-2 The rise of structural FUD in the revival years | Sunrise Swiss developing the GFX9000

By Edwin

Paragon (1182)

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23-09-2006, 01:19

0-3 Introduction of, and a few actions from Bazix | ObsoNET
0-3 The release of F1-Spirit | Compile
3-0 Zandvoort fair | The release of Usas
3-0 blueMSX | Philips MSX CD-ROM interface
2-1 V9958 | Bombaman (and Team Bomba)
2-1 Impact | Peter van Overbeek/PTC Print
0-3 Yamaha CX5M | ESE Artists Factory
1-2 The release of fMSX | The release of SD-Snatcher
3-0 The establishment of the RBM MSX2(+)/FM-PAC club by Bas Labruyère and Ronald Zijlstra | The Game Reader
3-0 Release of MSX2 | MSX in the MIR
0-3 Takeru | V9938
0-3 ANMA's Source of Power | MSXDev'05
2-1 Japan software houses | MCM/MCCM
2-1 Anouncement of the One Chip MSX | The Moonsound
1-2 Unknown Reality | Psycho World
3-0 Genlock for MSX (Sony/Philips) | MSX Club Gouda
1-2 Nestor Soriano [NBASIC, Z380 soft, Obsonet hard&soft, etc] | Sunrise - gameproductions
0-3 Ademir Carchano | Wammes Witkop
3-0 Konami | The split (screen, palette, sprite etc.)
3-0 Cas Cremers | Microcabin's music in general
0-3 The release of CJS MSX emulator/Virtual MSX (whichever came first) | MSX Resource Center starting challenges
1-2 MSX Resource Center | MSX BASIC KUN COMPILER
0-3 Jeroen Wouda from Space.Cweb.nl | MSX turboR
2-1 Philips quitting MSX | Clubguide picturedisks
1-2 Tilburg fair | The release of MoonBlaster
2-1 FAC Soundtracker | Sunrise's CF interface
1-2 Bandwagon | Microcabin snaredrum (various prods, Xak, Fray etc.)
2-1 Designer and Designer plus | The release of Aleste 2
1-2 The release of Metal Gear 2: Solid Snake | The release of Metal Gear 1
0-3 ZX-Spectrum games ported to MSX | The release of Nemesis 1
3-0 The release of Lightning, by Starcracks and Micronics | Laserdisc
0-3 First English SD-Snatcher patch | FM-Pac
3-0 Sunrise - magazine+special | Metal Gear Solid series
1-2 Mailing Lists | MSX Computer Magazine becoming MSX/MS-DOS Computer Magazine at issue #22
3-0 MCM and MCM merging into MCCM | MSX disk drive
2-1 openMSX | Karoshi Corporation
3-0 The end of MCCM | ANMA
0-3 The release of Space Manbow | Sunrise - hardware
0-3 The rise of structural FUD in the revival years | Sunrise Swiss developing the GFX9000

By SLotman

Paragon (1236)

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23-09-2006, 05:06

Arg, this "voting twice" thing... I understand it was an attempt to elimanate injustices, but who is going to have the patience to vote it all over...?

0 - 3 Introduction of, and a few actions from Bazix | ObsoNET
0 - 3 The release of F1-Spirit | Compile
1 - 2 Zandvoort fair | The release of Usas
1 - 2 blueMSX | Philips MSX CD-ROM interface
3 - 0 V9958 | Bombaman (and Team Bomba)
2 - 1 Impact | Peter van Overbeek/PTC Print
1 - 2 Yamaha CX5M | ESE Artists Factory
1 - 2 The release of fMSX | The release of SD-Snatcher
2 - 1 The establishment of the RBM MSX2(+)/FM-PAC club by Bas 1 2 - 1 Labruyère and Ronald Zijlstra | The Game Reader
3 - 0 Release of MSX2 | MSX in the MIR
0 - 3 Takeru | V9938
0 - 3 ANMA's Source of Power | MSXDev'05
2 - 1 Japan software houses | MCM/MCCM
0 - 3 Announcement of the One Chip MSX | The Moonsound
1 - 2 Unknown Reality | Psycho World
3 - 0 Genlock for MSX (Sony/Philips) | MSX Club Gouda
1 - 2 Nestor Soriano | Sunrise - gameproductions
3 - 0 Ademir Carchano | Wammes Witkop
3 - 0 Konami | The split (screen, palette, sprite etc.)
1 - 2 Cas Cremers | Microcabin's music in general
3 - 0 CJS MSX emulator/Virtual MSX | MSX RC starting challenges
1 - 2 MSX Resource Center | MSX BASIC KUN COMPILER
0 - 3 Jeroen Wouda from Space.Cweb.nl | MSX turboR
3 - 0 Philips quitting MSX | Clubguide picturedisks
0 - 3 Tilburg fair | The release of MoonBlaster
1 - 2 FAC Soundtracker | Sunrise's CF interface
2 - 1 Bandwagon | Microcabin snaredrum
0 - 3 Designer and Designer plus | The release of Aleste 2
1 - 2 Metal Gear 2: Solid Snake | Metal Gear 1
1 - 2 ZX-Spectrum games ported to MSX | Nemesis 1
0 - 3 The release of Lightning | Laserdisc
0 - 3 First English SD-Snatcher patch | FM-Pac
0 - 3 Sunrise - magazine+special | Metal Gear Solid series
3 - 0 Mailing Lists | MCoM becoming MSX/MS-DOS Computer
0 - 3 MCM and MCM merging into MCCM | MSX disk drive
1 - 2 openMSX | Karoshi Corporation
1 - 2 The end of MCCM | ANMA
2 - 1 The release of Space Manbow | Sunrise - hardware
0 - 3 The rise of structural FUD in the revival years | Sunrise Swiss developing the GFX9000

By LeoM

Master (229)

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23-09-2006, 08:52

2-1 Introduction of, and a few actions from Bazix | ObsoNET
1-2 The release of F1-Spirit | Compile
1-2 Zandvoort fair | The release of Usas
2-1 blueMSX | Philips MSX CD-ROM interface
1-2 V9958 | Bombaman (and Team Bomba)
1-2 Impact | Peter van Overbeek/PTC Print
2-1 Yamaha CX5M | ESE Artists Factory
2-1 The release of fMSX | The release of SD-Snatcher
1-2 The establishment of the RBM MSX2(+)/FM-PAC club by Bas Labruyère and Ronald Zijlstra | The Game Reader
2-1 Release of MSX2 | MSX in the MIR
1-2 Takeru | V9938
1-2 ANMA's Source of Power | MSXDev'05
2-1 Japan software houses | MCM/MCCM
2-1 Announcement of the One Chip MSX | The Moonsound
2-1 Unknown Reality | Psycho World
1-2 Genlock for MSX (Sony/Philips) | MSX Club Gouda
1-2 Nestor Soriano [NBASIC, Z380 soft, Obsonet hard&soft, etc] | Sunrise - gameproductions
0-3 Ademir Carchano | Wammes Witkop
3-0 Konami | The split (screen, palette, sprite etc.)
0-3 Cas Cremers | Microcabin's music in general
2-1 The release of CJS MSX emulator/Virtual MSX (whichever came first) | MSX Resource Center starting challenges
2-1 MSX Resource Center | MSX BASIC KUN COMPILER
0-3 Jeroen Wouda from Space.Cweb.nl | MSX turboR
2-1 Philips quitting MSX | Clubguide picturedisks
1-2 Tilburg fair | The release of MoonBlaster
2-1 FAC Soundtracker | Sunrise's CF interface
0-3 Bandwagon | Microcabin snaredrum (various prods, Xak, Fray etc.)
1-2 Designer and Designer plus | The release of Aleste 2
1-2 The release of Metal Gear 2: Solid Snake | The release of Metal Gear 1
0-3 ZX-Spectrum games ported to MSX | The release of Nemesis 1
1-2 The release of Lightning, by Starcracks and Micronics | Laserdisc
0-3 First English SD-Snatcher patch | FM-Pac
2-1 Sunrise - magazine+special | Metal Gear Solid series
2-1 Mailing Lists | MSX Computer Magazine becoming MSX/MS-DOS Computer Magazine at issue #22
0-3 MCM and MCM merging into MCCM | MSX disk drive
3-0 openMSX | Karoshi Corporation
2-1 The end of MCCM | ANMA
1-2 The release of Space Manbow | Sunrise - hardware
2-1 The rise of structural FUD in the revival years | Sunrise Swiss developing the GFX9000

By sjoerd

Hero (602)

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23-09-2006, 11:32

3-0 Introduction of, and a few actions from Bazix | ObsoNET
0-3 The release of F1-Spirit | Compile
3-0 Zandvoort fair | The release of Usas
3-0 blueMSX | Philips MSX CD-ROM interface
3-0 V9958 | Bombaman (and Team Bomba)
0-3 Impact | Peter van Overbeek/PTC Print
0-3 Yamaha CX5M | ESE Artists Factory
0-3 The release of fMSX | The release of SD-Snatcher
3-0 The establishment of the RBM MSX2(+)/FM-PAC club by Bas Labruyère and Ronald Zijlstra | The Game Reader
3-0 Release of MSX2 | MSX in the MIR
0-3 Takeru | V9938
0-3 ANMA's Source of Power | MSXDev'05
3-0 Japan software houses | MCM/MCCM
3-0 Announcement of the One Chip MSX | The Moonsound
0-3 Unknown Reality | Psycho World
3-0 Genlock for MSX (Sony/Philips) | MSX Club Gouda
0-3 Nestor Soriano [NBASIC, Z380 soft, Obsonet hard&soft, etc] | Sunrise - gameproductions
0-3 Ademir Carchano | Wammes Witkop
3-0 Konami | The split (screen, palette, sprite etc.)
3-0 Cas Cremers | Microcabin's music in general
3-0 The release of CJS MSX emulator/Virtual MSX (whichever came first) | MSX Resource Center starting challenges
3-0 MSX Resource Center | MSX BASIC KUN COMPILER
0-3 Jeroen Wouda from Space.Cweb.nl | MSX turboR
3-0 Philips quitting MSX | Clubguide picturedisks
3-0 Tilburg fair | The release of MoonBlaster
3-0 FAC Soundtracker | Sunrise's CF interface
0-3 Bandwagon | Microcabin snaredrum (various prods, Xak, Fray etc.)
3-0 Designer and Designer plus | The release of Aleste 2
3-0 The release of Metal Gear 2: Solid Snake | The release of Metal Gear 1
0-3 ZX-Spectrum games ported to MSX | The release of Nemesis 1
0-3 The release of Lightning, by Starcracks and Micronics | Laserdisc
0-3 First English SD-Snatcher patch | FM-Pac
3-0 Sunrise - magazine+special | Metal Gear Solid series
3-0 Mailing Lists | MSX Computer Magazine becoming MSX/MS-DOS Computer Magazine at issue #22
0-3 MCM and MCM merging into MCCM | MSX disk drive
3-0 openMSX | Karoshi Corporation
3-0 The end of MCCM | ANMA
0-3 The release of Space Manbow | Sunrise - hardware
0-3 The rise of structural FUD in the revival years | Sunrise Swiss developing the GFX9000

By Poltergeist

Champion (276)

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23-09-2006, 13:07

1-2 The release of F1-Spirit | Compile
2-1 Zandvoort fair | The release of Usas
2-1 blueMSX | Philips MSX CD-ROM interface
2-1 V9958 | Bombaman (and Team Bomba)
0-3 Impact | Peter van Overbeek/PTC Print
1-2 Yamaha CX5M | ESE Artists Factory
2-1 The release of fMSX | The release of SD-Snatcher
1-2 The establishment of the RBM MSX2(+)/FM-PAC club by Bas Labruyère and Ronald Zijlstra | The Game Reader
3-0 Release of MSX2 | MSX in the MIR
1-2 Takeru | V9938
1-2 ANMA's Source of Power | MSXDev'05
1-2 Japan software houses | MCM/MCCM
0-3 Announcement of the One Chip MSX | The Moonsound
2-1 Unknown Reality | Psycho World
0-3 Genlock for MSX (Sony/Philips) | MSX Club Gouda
2-1 Nestor Soriano [NBASIC, Z380 soft, Obsonet hard&soft, etc] | Sunrise - gameproductions
0-3 Ademir Carchano | Wammes Witkop
3-0 Konami | The split (screen, palette, sprite etc.)
2-1 Cas Cremers | Microcabin's music in general
2-1 The release of CJS MSX emulator/Virtual MSX (whichever came first) | MSX Resource Center starting challenges
0-3 MSX Resource Center | MSX BASIC KUN COMPILER
0-3 Jeroen Wouda from Space.Cweb.nl | MSX turboR
3-0 Philips quitting MSX | Clubguide picturedisks
1-2 Tilburg fair | The release of MoonBlaster
3-0 FAC Soundtracker | Sunrise's CF interface
1-2 Bandwagon | Microcabin snaredrum (various prods, Xak, Fray etc.)
1-2 Designer and Designer plus | The release of Aleste 2
1-2 The release of Metal Gear 2: Solid Snake | The release of Metal Gear 1
1-2 ZX-Spectrum games ported to MSX | The release of Nemesis 1
2-1 The release of Lightning, by Starcracks and Micronics | Laserdisc
0-3 First English SD-Snatcher patch | FM-Pac
1-2 Sunrise - magazine+special | Metal Gear Solid series
1-2 Mailing Lists | MSX Computer Magazine becoming MSX/MS-DOS Computer Magazine at issue #22
2-1 MCM and MCM merging into MCCM | MSX disk drive
2-1 openMSX | Karoshi Corporation
3-0 The end of MCCM | ANMA
1-2 The release of Space Manbow | Sunrise - hardware
2-1 The rise of structural FUD in the revival years | Sunrise Swiss developing the GFX9000

By [D-Tail]

Ascended (8247)

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23-09-2006, 13:37

0-3 Introduction of, and a few actions from Bazix | ObsoNET
1-2 The release of F1-Spirit | Compile
2-1 Zandvoort fair | The release of Usas
3-0 blueMSX | Philips MSX CD-ROM interface
2-1 V9958 | Bombaman (and Team Bomba)
3-0 Impact | Peter van Overbeek/PTC Print
2-1 Yamaha CX5M | ESE Artists Factory
0-3 The release of fMSX | The release of SD-Snatcher
2-1 The establishment of the RBM MSX2(+)/FM-PAC club by Bas Labruyère and Ronald Zijlstra | The Game Reader
2-1 Release of MSX2 | MSX in the MIR
0-3 Takeru | V9938
1-2 ANMA's Source of Power | MSXDev'05
3-0 Japan software houses | MCM/MCCM
2-1 Announcement of the One Chip MSX | The Moonsound
0-3 Unknown Reality | Psycho World
0-3 Genlock for MSX (Sony/Philips) | MSX Club Gouda
1-2 Nestor Soriano [NBASIC, Z380 soft, Obsonet hard&soft, etc] | Sunrise - gameproductions
0-3 Ademir Carchano | Wammes Witkop
3-0 Konami | The split (screen, palette, sprite etc.)
0-3 Cas Cremers | Microcabin's music in general
1-2 The release of CJS MSX emulator/Virtual MSX (whichever came first) | MSX Resource Center starting challenges
1-2 MSX Resource Center | MSX BASIC KUN COMPILER
0-3 Jeroen Wouda from Space.Cweb.nl | MSX turboR
1-2 Philips quitting MSX | Clubguide picturedisks
3-0 Tilburg fair | The release of MoonBlaster
0-3 FAC Soundtracker | Sunrise's CF interface
1-2 Bandwagon | Microcabin snaredrum (various prods, Xak, Fray etc.)
0-3 Designer and Designer plus | The release of Aleste 2
3-0 The release of Metal Gear 2: Solid Snake | The release of Metal Gear 1
0-3 ZX-Spectrum games ported to MSX | The release of Nemesis 1
3-0 The release of Lightning, by Starcracks and Micronics | Laserdisc
0-3 First English SD-Snatcher patch | FM-Pac
3-0 Sunrise - magazine+special | Metal Gear Solid series
3-0 Mailing Lists | MSX Computer Magazine becoming MSX/MS-DOS Computer Magazine at issue #22
0-3 MCM and MCM merging into MCCM | MSX disk drive
3-0 openMSX | Karoshi Corporation
2-1 The end of MCCM | ANMA
3-0 The release of Space Manbow | Sunrise - hardware
0-3 The rise of structural FUD in the revival years | Sunrise Swiss developing the GFX9000

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