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The previous part of this post ended with a few quick words about the MEMORY SAMURAI. Let’s continue where we left.
MEMORY SAMURAI by Classic PC & Game Rescue Committee
Manufacturer: Classic PC & Game Rescue Committe
The MEMORY SAMURAI arrives in a clear vinyl bag including the cartridge and a paper sheet with instructions. It’s nice enough, though a box would have been much better.
Keep reading below for the full review.Read more ›
How do you even review a memory expansion cartridge? Usually you just plug it into a cartridge slot, turn on the computer, and that’s all: your MSX computer now has more memory. There isn’t really much else to say, or at least there wasn’t, until now.
In this review we’re going to see two traditional MSX memory expansions (Repro Factory‘s MSX Memory Mapper and 8bits4ever!‘s MEGA-MAPPER), plus a very special new arrival: Classic PC & Game Rescue Committee’s MEMORY SAMURAI, which brings an astonishing 16MB of memory to our MSX computers.
I’ve never seen so much memory in an MSX computer before, much less know what to do with it. It is awesome nonetheless.
Keep reading, because there’s a lot to talk about.Read more ›
Back in 2009 the Spanish group Mojon Twins released Uwol, Quest For Money for the Spectrum 128K and made the full game and source code freely available for download. Later, in 2010, Shiru released a Sega Genesis port based on Mojon Twins’ code.
Now (June 2016) Imanok releases an MSX2 version. This is the one this review is about.Read more ›