Most essential MSX event (1982-2005) [round 1]

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Por snout

Ascended (15184)

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19-09-2006, 03:53

Remember the megapolls? No? Well... then it's high time for a little explanation. 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. With no less than 78 nominees, we have quite a bit of work to do so... lets get started!

Right here you can find a list of all nominees (in voting order!) 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 first round closes at September 22nd, 23:59 CET. Happy voting!

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

Por dvik

Prophet (2200)

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19-09-2006, 05:30

Wow, this was hard....

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

Por viejo_archivero

Paragon (1395)

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19-09-2006, 06:00

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

Por Samor

Prophet (2070)

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19-09-2006, 07:46

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

that wasn't easy indeed.

Por ro

Scribe (4363)

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19-09-2006, 08:28

hmm, let's try... gonna be hard.

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

note: what's up with these:

  • MSX Computer Magazine becoming MSX/MS-DOS Computer Magazine at issue #22
    MCM/MCCM
    MCM and MCM merging into MCCM
    The end of MCCM

Why not "MSX magazines in general" or something (same goes for all the "konami" events, just one for konami should be fine)

some unfair ones:
Peter van Overbeek/PTC Print | Konami
The release of Metal Gear 1 | Zandvoort fair
MSX turboR | openMSX

other note:
I choose only the "real" events in msx scene (read msx vs emulating/pc) where posible.

personal favors:
MSX tR, Konami, Magazines, Fairs

Por snout

Ascended (15184)

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19-09-2006, 11:14

Ro - about the various MCM/MCCM nominees - they are entirely different events. Have you read the list of 'whys' as indicated in the firstpost?

About the unfair ones: which is why there will be a second round of voting in which all nominees will compete in a different order before we move on to dropping names... New voting system on this one.

Por wolf_

Ambassador_ (9855)

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19-09-2006, 11:17

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

tough.. tough.. tough..

Por snout

Ascended (15184)

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19-09-2006, 11:36

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

sorry Wammes...

Por wolf_

Ambassador_ (9855)

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19-09-2006, 11:38

(^_^( "OMG, he didn't delete us!"
)o_O) "w00000t?"

Por snout

Ascended (15184)

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19-09-2006, 11:39

Tongue

Por wolf_

Ambassador_ (9855)

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19-09-2006, 11:41

3-0 Karoshi Corporation | Release of MSX2 (hehehe, Karoshi vs MSX2? Wink )

it just had to be msx1 vs msx2 ^_^

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