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  1. 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.
  2. LactobacillusPrime

    Uridium on the NES(US) (HD)

    Uridium was indeed released for the Nintendo Entertainment System in 1990 but it got shelved. Publisher Mindscape later on got the license to release a game based on the movie 'The Last Starfighter'. But rather than create a new game, Mindscape chose to recycle the unreleaed UIridium-game. The title screen, game-sprites, and the soundtrack were all modified, but the levels and gameplay were identical as well as the mini-games. So basically it is Uridium on the NES with a bogus movie Liscense. Platform(s): Commodore 64, ZX Spectrum, Atari ST, Amstrad CPC, BBC Micro, Virtual Console, MS-DOS, Amiga (Uridium 2), Nintendo (The Last Starfighter) Designer(s): Andrew Braybrook Developer(s): Dominic Robinson (ZX Spectrum), Steve Turner (Music) I found out about this fact by reading the Retrogamer magazine. http://www.Retrogamer.net and Wikipedia
  3. LactobacillusPrime

    Mark Plays.... Beamrider (ZX Spectrum)

    Playing yet another port of this game - did a couple of other videos on the game on various other systems - but this is quite different from the rest in quite a few ways. Check out the video and see what I think of it and how I fared.
  4. Gradius II by The GRA2 Project which is is a port of the MSX version of Gradius II. Other ports exist for the X68000 each a little different from the other. Nemesis'94 is a much more faithful port then the Nemesis'90 KAI that was released before this port, as the only major thing changed from the MSX version was the graphics and music. It does not have the extra stages and bosses from Nemesis '90 Kai. This is actually an unofficial port made by a fan. Nemesis'90 KAI is another enhanced remake of Gradius 2 with graphical quality on par with Gradius III. It includes two new stages exclusive to this version of the game, and 4 new bosses (two of which replace the rematches fought in the MSX version.) May have to show that too at some point. Of course my gameplay was so bad that I couldn't show you much. 😛
  5. Bob Harris created the original Killer Bees arcade games in 1983 and this has been ported over to the ZX Spectrum by World of Spectrum forum member gazj82 and it has been done so to quite a high standard. Kudos for creating this game Gazj82! The game has been released online for free in .TAP format - ready for any ZX Spectrum emulator or the compactflash ready DivIDE device. Go check it out! This video (jumped to 1:19) shows me playing the original game on the videopac machine https://youtu.be/OYYRIijy-UI?t=1m19s
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