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Lenny Kravitz goes MSX

by snout on 06-03-2006, 02:07
Topic: Media

In a brand new music video of Lenny Kravitz, a couple of MSX computers can be spotted. To top it off, some of the graphical effects in this music video were created on MSX. Yes, you have read it right the first time: MSX computers appear and have been used in the latest Lenny Kravitz music video.

Lenny Kravitz goes MSX - easy download

by snout on 12-03-2006, 19:54
Topic: Media

Almost a week ago we reported on a new Lenny Kravitz music video which contains a lot of MSX action. The music video, created by poke-1,170, was the video to Nikko Patrelakis's remake of the Lenny Krativz song Breathe.

Live speed run of Vampire Killer on SDA

by Manuel on 29-08-2014, 21:38
Topic: Media

Two MSX speedruns on show some nice new tricks and tips.

Enjoy live speedruns of Vampire Killer with a world record of 17 minutes!

The previously announced sequel to RELEVO Videogames' MSXdev'08 entry La Corona Encantada is featured in Retromaniac, a Spanish glossy-like retro gaming magazine.

MCM Online - complete

by wolf_ on 21-01-2012, 22:07
Topic: Media
Tags: MCM

The Nijmegen MSX fair - the audience watched how the stage was prepared - three people had come to Nijmegen to present something special.

MCM online - update

by wolf_ on 29-07-2010, 21:13
Topic: Media

Almost three months ago we reported about the MCM online project: an initiative where the Dutch MSX Computer Magazine and MSX Computer and Club Magazine would be scanned and put online. By now, all the magazines have been scanned, with help of Wammes Witkop.

Hideo Kojima looks back at 25 years of Metal Gear. Naturally, this can't be done without mentioning MSX.

Metal Gear 2 retrospective on Kotaku

by hamlet on 13-01-2019, 16:28
Topic: Media

Where it all began

MSX appearing on ASCIIfes

by snout on 22-06-2012, 18:01
Topic: Media
Tags: ASCII, Falcom

ASCIIfes visitors could play the Falcom RPGs Romancia, Dragon Slayer and Wanderers from YS on an MSX, X6800 and NEC PC-88800 on the Retro Booth, celebrating ASCII's 35th anniversary.

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