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  1. Shmups on MSX - a sh*tload of games in a feature length movie (LOL) Browsing through the MSX shmups that I have: - 1942 - AE - Aleste - A-Roid - Androgygnus - Beamrider - Bosconian - Choplifter - Craze - Danger-X4 - EI - Exerion - Exerion 2 - Famicle Parodic - Fantasy Zone - Fantasy Zone 2 - Final Zone - Formation Z - Galaga - Galaxians - Gall Force - Girly Block - Nemesis 1 (aka Gradius) - Nemesis 2 (aka Gradius II) - Gyrodine - Hadesu no Monsha (spelling ??) - Hinotori (aka Firebird) - Ikari Warriors - Jagur (compile and hudson) - Juno First - Macross - Oilswell (just because I like the game, it's no shmup) - Parodius - Pippols - Quarth - Rtype - Salamander - Scarlet Seven - Scion - Scramble formation - Scramble Eggs - Ski command - Sky Jaguar (Konami, 1984) - Space Invaders (Taito, 1984) - SpacemanBow (Konami, 1989) - Space Maze Attack (HAL Laboratories) - didn't work - Space Trouble (Hal Laboratories, 1984) - Star Blazer (Star Craft, 1982) - Starforce (Hudson) - Star Soldier (Hudson) - Star Ship Simulator (ascii, 1984) - Super Cobra (Konami) - Super Laydoc Mission Striker - Thexder - Time Pilot - Topple Zip (MSX2) - Topple Zip (MSX1) - Twinbee - Volguard - Xevious (MSX2) - Zanax (Compile) - Zanax-ex (Compile) - Zaxxon - Zexas - Zoids - River Raid Quarth (クオース?) is the name of that puzzle shooter and outside of Japan is is known as Block Hole. It was released on the Nes and the Gameboy too! You can find it on the DS in the Japanese title: Ganbare Goemon: Tōkai Dōchū Ōedo Tengu ri Kaeshi no Maki. Browsing through the MSX non-shmups that are worth showing: - Rastan Saga - Antarctic Adventure - Blagger - Bruce Lee - Bubble Bobble - Burgertime - Dig Dug - Eggerland Mystery - Elevator Action - Govellius (Compile) - Hero - Metal Gear - Metal Gear Solid, Solid Snake - Night Shade - Out Run - Pastfinder Gameplay of the games and me blabbering along in very low audio quality - still improving on that guys. Sorry for that.
  2. 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
  3. LactobacillusPrime

    Mark plays... Space Manbow (MSX2)

    Space Manbow by Konami was a great shmup that shared a lot of family resemblances to Gradius and Parodius. It featured a very similar weapons system. A great game and a must-have for any MSX2 owner who likes shmups. Sadly this game never was released outside of Japan. It did come out on cell-phones/mobile phones in Japan in 2006 and it came out on the Wii's Virtual Console in 2009, sadly also Japan only. The game only comes on cartridge and it features a special SCC soundchip that greatly enhances the sound capabilities of the MSX2 platform. A great looking, sounding and playing game.
  4. In 1985 Konami released a great game called Gradius (also known as Nemesis) in the arcades but also on home computer systems and consoles. It was heavily inspired after Scramble which was released in 1981 and is considered the precursor or start of the series. In this video I play all the MSX cartridges that I own of the series. There are more games for the MSX though and a whole plethora on other systems as well. One of my favorite shmup series.
  5. A great game from the Gradius series, this is the Gofer Gradius II game on cd-rom running on the Duo-R/PCEngine console. There's also a port of this game on the MSX systems. One of the amazing features of this game is the giant suns and firebird on the first level. Hard as nails! In 1985 Konami released a great game called Gradius (also known as Nemesis) in the arcades but also on home computer systems and consoles. It was heavily inspired after Scramble which was released in 1981 and is considered the precursor or start of the series. In this video I play all the MSX cartridges that I own of the series. There are more games for the MSX though and a whole plethora on other systems as well. One of my favorite shmup series.
  6. Lloyd Alpha (α ROID) is a great little game produced by Pony Canyon in 1986. In it you have to destroy the evil forces of the Barugosu and repair the main computer. Well that is as elaborate as the background story of this shooter is going to get. In my little gameplay (I didn't really know how to play this game) I didn't go into the holes (craters) that appear on the surface. And you are supposed to do so. Fly into those and the game turns into a little fighting game where you have to hit, kick, jump around to battle against those meanies. So there's more to this game than meets the eye. Check it out for yourself. Here's a little clip of a guy who actually knows how to play this game and it shows the subterranean battling of the robots http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dQL_fWcT0Pc
  7. Juno First is a game of the vertical shoot 'em up variety arcade game developed by Konami and released in 1983. It was licensed to Gottlieb in the United States. It's similar to Space Invaders, Galaga and the game Beam Rider. In this video I compare and play a couple of the home ports. - C64 - MSX - 2600 Check out what I think of them.
  8. 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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