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  1. Emulation has been with us ever since the 80s. The Amiga was capable of running C64 software to some extend. The C64 had a basic ZX Spectrum Emulator. But for a long time these emulators just weren't up to the task of perhaps replacing the real deal, or providing us with an experience that some have a hard time distinguishing from the genuine article. Let's see how we fare when trying out various emulated systems on a PC... Originally this was a stream with Integrated chat Using multiple scenes YetiBlue USB Microphone Logitech Webcam WIndows 10 PC Streaming and capturing the images of a second emulation PC with the Avermedia Live Gamer Portable from within Open Broadcaster Software Emulation PC: i5 Haswell 3.5Ghz 4 cores 12 Gb RAM 256 Gb SSD 4x 2TB HDD 950GTX GPU Nvidia Logitech Rumblepad 2 Software: Launchbox 4DO - for 3DO emulation 1964_11 - for N64 emulation Atari800 - for Atari 8bit emulation Kat5200 - fot Atari 5200 emulation Demul - for Dreamcast and Naomi emulation Dolphinx86 5.x - for Gamecube and Wii emulation ePSXe - for PSX emulation FS-UAE - for Amiga / CD32 emulation FCeux - for Nintendo emulation Fusion364 - for Sega emulation Hatari - for Atari ST emulation Mame 0.149 - for Arcade emulation Mess 0.151 - for Multiple system emulation Mupen64_0.51 - for N64 emulation Mupen64+++ Beta 0.1.3.12 - for N64 emulation Nebula Nemu Nestopia - for Nintendo emulation NullDC - for Dreamcast emulation PCSX2 - for Playstation 2 emulation PCSX - for Playstation emulation Project 64 / Project 64 1.6 / Project 64 1.7 / Project 64 2.1 - for N64 emulation PPSSPPBlue / PPSSPPGold - for Sony PSP emulation Retroarch - for multiple system emulation SainT - for Atari ST emulation Snes9x-1.52/1.53/1.55 - for Snes emulation Specteculator - for Spectrum emulation UltraHLE VisualboyAdvance - Gameboy Advance emulation WinVice - 3.1x64 - for Commodore 8bit emulation
  2. In this video I do a little comparison of the Defender game on both the C64 and the VIC-20. There even seems to be a huge difference in game play when it comes to the NTSC and the PAL C64 version in favour of the NTSC version.
  3. This time no game character but a game that has been ported many times. It is amazing to see that some ports even copy the handwritten Williams by 'handwriting' their own or the company name. Then there's the explosions that are all very similar. The game screen layout including the radar - which does not really seem to work properly in the c64 version I got - is very very similar for quite a number of the ports. The two Odyssey2 games that flash in between somewhere don't really belong but do resemble the gameplay just a tad. But I had it connected so I thought ...'what the hell'...
  4. Is gun nac related to Power Strike/Aleste? There is a link! Gunnac is very similar to the Power Strike Series/Aleste Series made by Compile. Gunnac was also made by Compile so there may actually be a reason why these games are so similar! Developer(s): Compile Publisher(s):Tonkin House (Japanese publisher), ASCII (North American publisher) Platform(s):Nintendo Entertainment System Release date(s):JP October 5, 1990, NA April 1991 Genre(s):Shoot 'em up Mode(s):Single-player Media:cartridge Input methods:NES controller In this video I show the similarities between the Aleste/Power Strike games and Gun Nac! I got my Gunnac Nes cart, which is actually quite rare. It's a 3 screw cart and it is in an alright condition. Not mint though. I do own a Famicom version of this cart as well... There's a couple of things wrong with this video. My old computer drops quite a few frames when it comes to grabbing from consoles. I had to resort to a 2.4Ghz Pentium IV because my core2duo Acer system kicked the bucket. And the editing software defaulted to PAL whereas the footage was actually in NTSC so the video is struggeling a bit
  5. Comparing the artwork of two releases of 'Raiden Trad'. The Japanese Megadrive artwork vs the US Genesis artwork. In this video I take a look at the Japanese artwork. Also take a look at where Mark from the ClassicGameRoom takes an extensive look at the Genesis artwork.
  6. LactobacillusPrime

    Resembles Centipede - C64 (Re)Edition (HD)

    Had to redo this video. In this tribute video I take a look at all the Centipede(like) games I could find on my C64 ending with the original Atari Centipede port for the C64. Have fun. Youtube claimed that this version containing music created by Mr Scruff (a demo music track included in Windows Vista) was violating copyrights so I had to change the soundtrack! Regardless of YT preventing fair use - check out his albums! If you want to check out my other 'resembles videos' take a look at the Tribute playlist.
  7. LactobacillusPrime

    River Raid - Coleco vs MSX - a comparison (SD)

    Gameplay footage of the Colecovision game as well as the MSX game. The game is virtually identical on both platforms. The Colecovision joystick makes it a little harder to play but it is a good version. River Raid on my Colecovision vs is a response to xTHExSTIGx's highscore challenge. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UuA6srj6FuY&feature=channel_video_title
  8. LactobacillusPrime

    ZX Spectrum Gemini Wing vs The Arcade (SD) (SD)

    I take a look at Gemini Wing and compare (4:02) that to the Arcade release of the game (8:13).
  9. In this little series 'Classic Cartridges Back To Back' I will be looking at two different ports of a particular game and choose which one I like best. This could be two ports on the same system(!) or on two different systems. This time it's Galaxians on the C64 and the VIC-20. Which port do I like best? Come check it out.
  10. In this little series 'Classic Cartridges Back To Back' I will be looking at two different ports of a particular game and choose which one I like best. This could be two ports on the same system(!) or on two different systems. This time it's A.E. on the VIC20 and the MSX. I go from VIC20 version to the MSX version and back to the VIC20. Which port do I like best? Come check it out.
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