There aren’t many great action games on the PC-98, a Japanese only PC known predominantly for visual novels, but there are a few occasions where developers put in the effort and managed to create a legitimately impressive action title. CO2 Pro, a doujin developer, is known for no less than three such games: Last Breakers, … Read moreFlame Zapper Kotsujin
It totally works! If you craft yourself a Sega Genesis/Mega Drive to MSX/x68000 adapter or buy one from various retailers (I’ll add some links below) then you can use the M30 2.4g adapter on your x68000 for wireless, leisurely gaming. Features Turbo The STAR button allows you to map/un-map turbo functionality to any face button. … Read moreWireless x68000 with 8BitDo M30 2.4g
When I got my x68000, I was really wanting to play the ports of Street Fighter 2 Champion Edition and Super Street Fighter 2 on the Sharp x68000. The official adapters can fetch some decent cash on eBay and Yahoo Jp Auctions so I decided, after some research, to make my own. I found that … Read morex68000 Genesis/Mega Drive Adapter
The Spital PJ-01 is a programmable controller that, according to the packaging, is compatible with the following computers (and possibly others): NEC PC-9801NEC PC-9821NEC PC-H98Epson PC-286/386/486PC-Club PC-286C What makes this controller special is the fact that it sends keyboard inputs (it can even do macros!) instead of acting like a controller. A lot of games … Read morePC-98 Programmable Controller PJ-01 JoyCont
Introduction Over the past year or so, the CBOX showed up unceremoniously on the various import websites (Alibaba, Aliexpress, TaoBao). It’s gone through a few hardware iterations and is now available locally on eBay and Amazon, though at a higher price. The CBOX is at its core a consolized Neo Geo MV-1C motherboard. This concept … Read moreOde to Arcades 2: CBOX MVS and JAMMA Console
I know arcade games have been around since the 1970s but this article is focused on the 90s which is my era of specialty. I grew up playing games in the 90s and I still hold a fair bit of nostalgia for these times. My early social interactions were at arcades, my first date was … Read moreOde to Arcades 1: What Made Arcades Special?