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  1. 2 more pocket players from myarcade : sports titles: https://www.myarcadegaming.com/collections/pocket-player/products/bases-loaded-pocket-player https://www.myarcadegaming.com/collections/pocket-player/products/all-star-stadium-pocket-player both are in stock, and $34.99 later -1
  2. Release date for this is now August 2020. later -1
  3. There are 4 known versions: ===================== Namco - 1,2 Atari - 1,2 Thats it. They are all exactly the same levels, monsters and placements. 1-11 are unique. 12-15 repeat, either forever, or until the killscreen at 256. The only difference is the speedup, slow boards, and killscreens. There is no other differences. ======================== I mentioned all the information here: later -1
  4. which roms are you using. all the official ones are exactly the same. zig zag is the same, just a clone. These ones have slightly different levels: ========================= dig dug (sidam) - moved the order of levels around Zig Zag (Dig Dug conversion on Galaxian hardware, bootleg set 1) - completely different game later -1
  5. it's average. but an attempt to remind people of early polygon, and shading in games. it has some variety in the tracks. but the feel of it is very different. later -1
  6. not sure if this should go into dedicated handheld topics, probably should, since these aren't mini arcades... but anyways: https://arstechnica.com/gaming/2020/06/segas-tiny-game-gear-micro-is-92-smaller-than-the-original/ Like previous "plug and play" TV-based retro systems, the Game Gear Micro will only sport a limited selection of pre-loaded games, with no way to add more (at least officially). But in what seems like a blatant move to spur the collector's market, Sega is including four different games on each of four different colors of the Micro system. Here are the line-ups. Black model: Out Run Puyo Puyo 2 Royal Stone Sonic the Hedgehog Blue model: Baku Baku Animal Gunstar Heroes Sonic & Tails Sylvan Tale Yellow model: Shining Force Gaiden: Expedition to the Land of Evil Shining Force Gaiden II: The Sword of Hajya Shining Force Gaiden: Final Conflict Nazopuyo Aruru no Ru Red model: Columns Game Gear Shinobi Megami Tensei Gaiden: Last Bible Special Revelations: The Demon Slayer later -1
  7. Pong Quest is out for the XBOX one, the achievements will take awhile: https://www.trueachievements.com/game/PONG-Quest/achievements later -1
  8. Achievements for the new Pong Quest are out, some are quite challenging: https://www.trueachievements.com/game/PONG-Quest/achievements Some of the achievement for the 360 versions of Tempest, Asteroids, and Centipede remakes were fair, but they did have some super hard ones. later -1
  9. the seat can slide back or forwards depending on how much space you need. later -1
  10. all modern releases and collections come with achievements. later -1
  11. here's a build of the new limited edition, with slide out seat, and blue LED backlighting: Picture of assembled unit: later -1
  12. Missile Command recharged is coming out for mobile and PC platforms for a price. Should be on steam soon. In celebration of the 40th anniversary of its initial launch, the fast-paced reimagining of the classic arcade game is now available for $2.99 on Nintendo Switch via the Nintendo eShop and PC, Mac, or Linux device through Steam and coming soon to the Epic Games Store. Explosive new power-ups and dynamic upgrades to your silos add new twists while retaining the vintage gameplay that made Missile Command such a treasured part of video gaming history. later -1
  13. The reason Quantum hasn't been ported is licensing issues, and also, its very obscure, and has no following. Most people have no clue what the game is, or how to play it. Its a very cool, obscure game though. later -1
  14. Centipede, Millipede, Missile Command and many other trackball games (Marble Madness) have appeared tons of times on every system on the planet, conversions, ports, emulations, with joysticks only forever. The lack of a trackball or poor trackball emulation via joystick, has never stopped a game from being ported over to a system. later -1
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