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    Turbo Killer RonanN1's Avatar
    TOP 20 The Best BEAT'EM UP Games all time

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    Cadillacs & Dinosaurs a fost favoritul meu. Mustafa is the best

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    Recomand canalul <3 info: "I am the Kreso and since 1992 a specialist dealer for video games with buying & selling Flea market professional / retro and more Bargain hunters on Youtube at gamecentervs" #GoogleTranslate https://www.twitch.tv/gamecentervs


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    Quote Originally Posted by Venture Beat
    Analogue Pocket is still coming soon. The FPGA-powered modernized Game Boy clone with a hyper-high-resolution screen has faced plenty of delays, but Analogue has spent that time polishing up the device’s new operating system, AnalogueOS.

    This interface enables vintage-game lovers to take screenshots and save game states when using physical Game Boy, Game Boy Color, and Game Boy Advance cartridges. But it’s also capable of much more.

    Analogue revealed its OS today. This software enables the company to unlock the full potential of the Pocket. That includes the impressive option to save your state in a game when using a cartridge. While that feature is common in software emulators, it’s not something we’ve seen in many reproduction units for classic consoles. But Analogue’s FPGA engineering wizard Kevin “Kevtris” Horton made this possible.

    Save states are indicative of the love and care that Analogue is putting into the Pocket. The company is treating the device like The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy but for gaming. An example of that is AnalogueOS’s library. This enables you to build playlists that you can share with other users. But it also includes a complete dataset called Library that will give you detailed info about any cartridge you pop into the Pocket.

    Analogue chief executive officer Chris Taber gave an example of The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening, which has 18 different versions globally. You can find out exactly which one you have and other key details using the Pocket.

    Finally, the Pocket is also an open FPGA platform, and AnalogueOS enables developers to build their own cores. Put simply, that means the Pocket can transform into a device that can play games for other platforms. For end users, that means just dropping the core onto your Pocket’s SD card and booting the system up.

    Pocket is launching in December. And Taber hopes to have enough consoles to meet demand — although that seems unlikely due to the pandemic and global supply-chain shortages.
    AnalogueOS turns Analogue Pocket into ‘The Hitchhiker’s Guide to Gaming’
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    Un super review, facut de Aidan Ovidiu, al evenimentelor petrecute ieri la: Retro Gaming & LAN Party 10/10

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    cine a organizat evenimentul? Nu stiam ca avem la Cluj asa ceva.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gameinformer
    Antstream Arcade is now available on the Epic Games Store, boasting over 1000 games to stream to your PC. We learned of its inclusion in the launcher through a story from the folks over at PC Gamer.

    The streaming service has all kinds of games from the arcade, ZX Spectrum, Amiga, SNES, and many more. While the Antstream is free to download and access, gems or a subscription will be needed to play anything. Epic is offering a welcome pack available for free until Thursday for new players to check out the service, which provides 1090 gems to mess around with. Most games cost 30 gems per play, though, for the price of $39.99 a year, you can play any solo or co-op game without having to pay extra.

    Antsteam features additional benefits to those playing on its platform, including achievements and challenges. Tournaments are also available, pitting your high scores and feats against others in games like Mortal Kombat, Dig Dug, Chain Reaction, or Marble Madness. Winning or scoring highly in these contests will payout in gems to spend on other games or enter future tournaments.

    There looks to be plenty to check out with Antstream Arcade, with many cool old arcade and console games to try. I'm eyeing some of the SNK and Commodore 64 collections, myself. Keep in mind that you aren't downloading any of these games, so making sure you have a strong network connection will be critical for an optimal experience. Along with the addition to the Epic Games Store, Antstream Arcade is available on PC, iOS, and Android devices.
    Antstream Arcade Introduces Over 1000 Games To The Epic Games Store
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    Quote Originally Posted by Polymega
    With mass shipments having started in September and thousands of customers having now received their consoles, Playmaji, Inc. today announced the development of a new, 5th module in their lineup of compatible Element Module Sets for Polymega® – the world’s first HD modular game console. Anticipated to release in 2022, EM05 Ultra Element Module Set owners will be able to play original N64 game cartridges on their Polymega systems region free, using either OEM controllers or the included Polymega Ultra Retro Controller, a new collaboration between Playmaji and Retro-Bit Gaming based on their popular Wireless Tribute64 pad. The EM05 Ultra Element Module Set also includes 4 controller ports on the front of the module, perfect for multiplayer-centric games.

    With the unveiling of this new Element Module Set, Playmaji reinforces the purpose of Polymega’s patented modular design, and makes clear the vision for the system heading into 2022 and beyond. Playmaji CEO Bryan Bernal is quoted in the exclusive reveal on NintendoLife as saying “It’s been our most requested module since the first four were announced, and Polymega is well suited to support it. There are virtually no other options out there for playing the whole N64 library legally, outside of the original hardware — so it's an obvious choice for us.”...Further, he was quoted as saying Playmaji is committed to “ensuring that nearly all games can be played without any complicated configuration or set up by the user”, an issue present with most forms of N64 PC-based emulation at this time.

    With Polymega, retrogaming fans can play an ever-growing list of classic game cartridge and CD-based game systems in high-definition, without the clutter and sub-par video quality of decades-old hardware. It supports original classic games media and controllers for everything from the 8-bit NES, up to difficult to emulate 32-bit systems such as the Sega Saturn and now N64. It’s the perfect game console for players looking for an authentic, yet modern classic games experience for their living room.

    Key Features
    • First CD-compatible retro console (playable only on Base Unit, no module required)
    • Limitlessly expandable modules for cartridge game support, now with N64 support.
    • Best in class input latency (under 1 frame of delay)
    • Install your games and create a beautiful digital library
    • Shop for digital releases (coming soon)
    • HDTV-compatible light gun (GC01)
    • Powerful Intel Coffee Lake S-based CPU
    • No complicated setup
    Polymega can be configured now starting at $449.99 USD for the Base Unit, with modules available for $79.99 each at Polymega’s website.

    URL: https://polymega.com/
    Polymega's EM05 Ultra Element Module reveals N64 Support
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