Jeremy Pallant may be long winded, but he’s also very thorough. Please read his incredibly detailed review of Micomsoft’s world-beating XSelect-D4 component/RGB transcoder. Update! Jeremy’s whipped up a shorter NFG-style review if you want to get the bottom line faster.
I’ve been busy. Here’s some writeups for some games you’ve probably never seen or even heard of:Korokoro Post Nin for PS,Power Rangers Pinball for PS,Necronomicon Pinball for Saturn. All three are loaded with screenshots and a review, please check them out.
Some neat stuff game in the mail today. A JVC V-Saturn Xmas Nights Edition (who knew?) and this JVC WonderMega 2, which is very different than the first. Also got an N64 with an interesting RGB amp, which I’ll be dissecting later.
Yowza. TheGord has found not only a Samsung Saturn (pic1 – pic2) in Korea, but also a Samsung Genesis/MegaDrive.
Zumi whipped this dreamcast up the other day. As a first attempt I think she did an amazing job. Here it is with eyes. Next up: GameCube or PC Engine.
For your viewing enjoyment and wonderment, some protype PC Engine gear and a few pics of some MegaDrive protos: MD Floppy Drive, a MD Floppy + keyboard and a MD FDD + touchpad. None of these items were released, but in the case of the PC Engine gear you can clearly see where some of […]
I’ve made a comprehensive list of differences between old and new Neo Geo cartridge hardware. Please have a look. Warning: Technical!
Some misc stuff about Sega, Sammy, and some stuff I done bought.