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Ghost for MSX Computer

MSX Receives Ghost, a 2D Side Scrolling Action Adventure, Beta

The MSX gaming computer never made a significant impact in North America but over in Japan, it had quite a following. Enough support that Microsoft released a follow up computer called the MSX2, and a few other variations. Interesting that the MSX ran an extended version of Microsoft BASIC and yet still, developers were able […]

Interview – Aetherbyte Keeping the Turbo Grafx-16 Alive in 2016

Aetherbyte, one of the most prolific supporters of the Turbo Grafx-16 console are working hard to keep the defunct NEC machine, and others, alive and well.  The man behind the Aetherbyte is none other than Andrew Darovich who has been working hard on bringing more original Turbo Grafx-16 games to fans for awhile now.  Enough […]

Review- Ninja Savior Brings Mobile Jumping Game to MSX Computer

There is a trend in homebrew development that involves taking modern ideas and making games for classic platforms.  We have seen this most prominently with Bejeweled style games being released on Game Boy Advance and other platforms.  With Ninja Savior we see another mobile game style being released for a classic platform.  The MSX computer […]

Sydney Hunter and the Caverns of Death Coming to ColecoVision and MSX Computer

While Sydney Hunter and the Caverns of Death is scheduled to be the only release from CollectorVision for the Coleco Chameleon, it is destined for two retro platforms also.  Sydney Hunter and the Caverns of Death is also coming to the original ColecoVision console and the MSX computer, also thanks to CollectorVision.  Below we have a […]

Metroid 2 Clone “Life on Mars” Coming to MSX2, Order Now

Retro gaming fans the end of the 2015 just got awesome.  Inspired by the Nintendo franchise, Metroid 2, MSX developer Kai Magazine, has just released his homebrew version titled Life on Mars for the MSX 2 range of computers.  Quite frankly this homebrew production looks and sounds amazing.  It is a run and gun platformer […]

5 Street Fighter II Ports You Don’t Know About

It was the phenomenon that Nintendo desperately wanted on the Super Nintendo.  During the build up to the hottest part of the 16-Bit war with Sega, Nintendo was pulling out all of the stops.  There are rumors that Capcom was given favoritism to ensure Street Fighter II was on the SNES first, possibly exclusively.  While […]

New Game- Zombi Terror Brings The Walking Dead Adventuring to Classic Computers

The Walking Dead is an interesting hit for A&E Television, a station that is kind of new to the zombie genre.  On one hand it is completely outside of their comfort zone for content and on the other it fits right in with the current motif of action shows.  The team at Kabuto Factory are […]

New Game- Matrix: Quest for Deliverance Released for MSX Gaming Computer

Matrix: Quest for Deliverance is not a port, homage or anything, related to the movie franchise of the same name.  No, this Matrix game is one from way back in October of 1994.  Matrix: Quest for Deliverance is a Breakout/Arkanoid style game, one of the earliest styles of entertainment that video games saw.

Revenge of the License: A View to a Kill

While Goldeneye on the Nintendo 64 is likely the first title to pop to mind when someone brings up James Bond video games, it’s far from the first game to make use of the license.  And while A View to a Kill doesn’t hold this distinction either (that goes to the more simply-named James Bond […]

Prototype: Rastan Demo for Atari ST Discovered by Ocean Software

Ocean Software, the company responsible for porting Rastan to home computers, has discovered a demo for Rastan on the Atari ST. This is a unique discovery since Ocean Software were not known for their 16-Bit computer ports (they had none at the time of this release). This is a game that was originally intended to […]


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