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  1. Sacred Line II is a brand new adventure game being made exclusively for Sega Mega Drive / Genesis, which serves as both a sequel and a prequel to Sacred Line Genesis. It follows the story of Sarah, a girl with a troubled past, who was kidnapped by the religious cult Svete Namjere ("Holy Intentions"). She dies after being attacked by one of the cult members, but then comes back to the world of the living aided by a mysterious force. Set in the year 1999 of an alternate reality world, where Yugoslavia still exists, she tries to keep it from crumbling. The game is about 2-3 times bigger than Sacred Line Genesis, featuring more exploration options, puzzles and battles. Status: 95% Complete Finished game date: March 2022 Official page: http://sashadarko.com/sacred-line-ii/ As for the cartridge release: there's a publisher who is interested in releasing the game on cartridges, but it all depends on me providing a satisfiable product. There are two special options available for a limited time for people who wish to support the game financially and become a part of it. You will get a beta version of the game before its release after the and you will get a full version once it's finished, along with the soundtrack. One of these two options is to become a Founder of the game, your name will be mentioned in the Credits as a significant person who helped make it happen and you will also get a separate version with your name being featured in the game main menu. There's also an option to get your own personal DLC Game with a Survivor story where you are the hero inside the game world, featuring your own adventure. It will be finished in 21 days after the order and you will get a full game with an unique script having over 10.000+ characters, 10+ new graphics scenes and a new soundtrack (with at least three music tracks). More info on the game page: http://sashadarko.com/sacred-line-ii/ Screenshots:
  2. My Retro/Vintage Gaming Hobby I Am a Child from the Dawn of the Video Game Age Taking a side trip here away from my adventures here. Anyone who knows me personally, can attest that I am somewhat of a geek and so it’s no surprise that I became an mechanical/aerospace engineer by trade. With that stated, I always had an interest in building things and tinkering with electronics, etc.. As I was growing up in the 70's I was fortunate to experience and be able to participate in the dawn of a new era. It all started simple enough with my father coming back from a business trip in Texas one year with one of the first ever digital calculators. I was hooked. I loved the display, the tactile feel of the buttons and the ease of use. I was further inspired when I saw advanced calculators becoming available and even into my high school and college years where I always had to have the latest programmable calculators for my science, math and eventually engineering courses. Now this seems pretty minor in this day and age, but back then, looong before cell phones, home computers, high level object oriented programming languages, etc.. this was an exciting era for me. Read more here... http://rubikonadventures.blogspot.com... A long time friend of mine came by for a visit one day and asked if it was OK to shoot video of my old video game collection and my "man cave" where I hibernate during the winter months when I am not out exploring. Enjoy another facet of my persona here: https://youtu.be/818OZog0Y4I Me Meeting Nolan Bushnell, Founder of Atari and founder of the industry.
  3. A thing I just can't seem to get into.
  4. Don't worry about the health issue I talked about in the video. It all worked out.
  5. How do you screw up miniature golf this badly?
  6. I just picked this guy up. The small size actually surprised me but it is surprisingly comfortable. The response time on the controls is great vs. my Nexus 7 where the BT controller has a bit of input lag. The internal speakers are terrible though. I haven't tried it with earbuds yet. Game roster is enough to keep me satisfied and I'm tempted to write a more in-depth review after messing with all the games, even the non-Genesis titles which are apparently all awful. After a few minutes, I'm already thinking it's a darn shame save files don't work right. The screen is actually very attractive. Anyone else on AA have one of these?
  7. Until the Wii Virtual Console, you couldn't play this on Nintendo!
  8. Project Z is a mix of Zelda Diablo. The project is at an early stage of development. Demo ROMs: http://romhacking.ru/Tim/ZDATest_201219.zip Video:
  9. See the original blog post here After building a few all-in-one systems like the STARFORCE PI and STARFORCE NEO I realized that I wanted to do something really special with the console that I grew up with and had the fondest childhood memories: The Sega Mega Drive. Additionally, I wanted to be able to connect other oldschool consoles to it, making a central game feature with a true arcade edge! After nearly a year of testing my girlfriend’s patience I finished it: The Sega Omega Drive Dedicated Oldschool Entertainment System (DOES). Built inside a 1987 Sega AfterBurner arcade bezel imported from the US, this system features an original Sega Genesis 2 motherboard which means the games aren’t emulated and play supremely well via one of the two dedicated systems inside, that collectively support all the popular high-quality analog and digital video inputs. The 4:3 aspect ratio 19″ LCD screen fits snugly into the bezel, and the black matte exterior houses a 5 Watt dual stereo speaker system by Logitech, delivering an impressive deep sound, with the option to connect external audio capture devices or headphones through the 3.5mm audio jack. The Genesis cartridge slot blends neatly into the bezel, supporting the entire library of Mega Drive/Genesis and Master System (via adapter) games, and brings thrilling 2-player arcade action with two essential Genesis compatible controller input ports. The real power lies behind the control panel, which houses an array of video input options, all needed to play those classic video game systems. SCART, VGA, RGB, YPbPr and even HDMI inputs run through internal scanline generators to pump out an awesome arcade experience. Two faders allows for a greater control of the stereo sound from the Genesis, SCART or RCA audio input, while an additional HMDI-output allows this system to run the Genesis in parallel to a connected second console on a second screen! A power port at the side means any console can just be plugged into a video input port, and powered by the system itself – no extension cords needed. Rubber grips are able to hold a Sega cartridge case firmly above the cartridge slot, between the fully functional blazing red AfterBurner lights, giving the gamer an interchangeable marquee and a satisfying arcade environment, every time. The transparant backpanel keeps the internals shielded, while allowing the lights to emit ambient background lighting. The PC Engine SD This was a little sideproject while I was waiting for parts to finish the Omega Drive, but I think it turned out pretty neat! You can read more on the PC Engine SD in my previous post, but as you can see I made it to fit nicely with the look of the Omega Drive. The Sega Omega Drive Dedicated Oldschool Entertainment System cost roughly the same as the STARFORCE NEO to build, around €600, coming mostly from the upscaler/scanline generator setups and bezel. However, it was considerably more time consuming to construct due to the size and the rather complicated wiring. Nevertheless, the end result is very exciting and unique. Marcel J. de Haan SFP Development Team SPECS: Authentic Sega Genesis Model 2 hardware JAP|US|EU Mega Drive/Genesis Cartride Compatible 2x Genesis Controller Inputs (Player 1 & 2) Integrated 19” 720p LCD Screen (4:3) Video Input: HDMI, VGA, RGB, YPbPr & SCART. Output: HDMI Vid1: ArcadeForge’s SLG-in-a-Box (scaler board, Sync Strike and SLG3000 in one) Vid2: ArcadeForge’s Scanline Generator + HD video converter Audio Input: Left/Right stereo RCA Logitech Z130 Internal 5 Watt Stereo Speakers 3.5mm Headphone Stereo Jack Fully Functional Arcade Lighting through 12v cold cathode tubes Extra power output port for additional console (230v) Classic 1987 Sega AfterBurner Converted Bezel Dimensions: 80 x 60 x 30 cm, Weight: damn heavy
  10. Some video games stink out loud immediately. This is one of them.
  11. I've heard some good things about the Genesis's racing games library, and with my recent acquisition of my very own console, I was hoping that some of y'all could fill me in on some of the good racing games to try. I've currently got Super Monaco GP, and Hard Drivin' in my collection, I'm just curious as to what else I could add in the future. Sports games are a genre I haven't really dabbled in much, but from what I've heard, the Genesis is basically the go-to console for 90s sports games. Seriously, from what I can tell there were an ungodly amount of sports games released for it. With that said, what do you think the best ones are?
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