These are in NSW in Australia. They love to swoop on you like the magpies do and make a clicking noise snapping their beak together to scare you away or injure you. Steer clear! Hopefully, the babies will grow up … Continue reading
Wipeout! All of them. So many Wipeouts. I didn’t realise there were that many alternative names. If I did, I wouldn’t have done them all at once since they nearly burst out the side of the YouTube video!
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The game that led to SoulCalibur, not too bad. Reminds me of Virtua Fighter on the old Sega. Runs well from what can be seen. Background music is missing – 2.x PCB hardware would fix this I’m sure!
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Raaaaaaaaaaacing around those corners like a freaking pinball in a pinball machine. Bounce, bounce, bounce. Those are the physics I want in a racing game! Works pretty well, nothing the new 2.x PCB hardware cant fix.
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Sifting through my old video footage and came across XRG and PRG… originally what this channel was supposed to be… but I figured we could make it better. More gameplay to come in the next few weeks! 😉… Continue reading
I was really hoping for some Capcom kicking and punching in Mega Man Legends and for some shmup action in Philosoma – not today! These titles do not seem to work correctly on PSIO 1.1 prototype hardware. With 2.x hardware … Continue reading
Grandia, so close to working! I bet it’s been nailed on 2.x hardware. Any progress is progress and the team at http://ps-io.com have been hammering along.
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Below is a list of the capacitors used in the Aiwa Mega-CD CSD-GM1. I noted down these as I was replacing them cap by cap. The similarities between the revision 1 and revision 2 boards are nearly identical. In fact, … Continue reading
Gran Turismo 2 did not have much luck on the 1.1 prototype hardware, 2.x PCB hardware will have much better compatibility due to great improvements in the hardware!
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