We're back for Episode 15
In this episode Cody and Eric catch up on the news and pick 6 good "Gaiden" games.
Quick Questions 1:30
Eric's Take 1:17:50
Cody's Big Review 1:27:45
Cody's Corner 1:28:28
6 Good "Gaiden" Games 1:45:48
Unofficial Mr. Do! On ZX Spectrum (E)
Special Tee Shot – Kirbys Dream course found.
HORI ANNOUNCES DAEMON X MACHINA GRIP CONTROLLER FOR NINTENDO SWITCH (E)
Raspberry Pi 4
Berzerk - Classic 1980's arcade game by Stern gets a NES Conversion (E)
Death Weapon - Blasting wave quotas via an Arena C64 shooter by C64CD (E)
New Panzer Dragoon Game , Contra Rouge Corps, Trials of Mana, Dark Crystal Tactics (netflix 4 switch)
The Messenger New DLC, New Battletoads game, River City Girls
Intellevision Amico is real?
Evercade is Real? Atari Collection 1 and 2, Namco Collection 1 and 2, Data East Collection, Interplay 1 and 2, Megacat Studios Collection
Arcade 1up – TMNT, Xmen, and Star Wars?
Erics N64 Video Cable?
RUN DEMON RUN - Endless C64 runner released over the weekend through Psytronik (E)
TheC64 – Full-size model with a working keyboard can be in your hands in December 2019!
C64,Vic20, Game Carosel, 50/60mhz, microswitch controllers, power adapter included.
SD2SNES Pro released 200 rather than 150 and amazon and N8 Pro
Samurai Showdown Neo Geo Minis
TerraOnion Mega CD
released in Japan as the PC Engine Mini and in Europe as the PC Engine Core Grafx. It’ll have two USB ports for controllers and support a five-way multiplayer adapter. Other versions of the system have different games announced so far. For example, the PC Engine Mini is confirmed to include Castlevania classic Dracula X: Rondo of Blood. The games announced so far are:
- New Adventure Island
- Ninja Spirit
- Ys Book I & II
- Dungeon Explorer
- Alien Crush
The Sorrow of Gadhlan' Thur - A high quality MSX2 Action RPG from Kai Magazine
Kai Magazine software is a small group of Spanish indie videogame developers for MSX2 computers.
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