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Dungeon Master – the classic 16 bit dungeon crawler that defined a genre was one of the best ever games for the Atari ST and Commodore Amiga. Released in 1987 by FTL (Faster than Light) it saw many ports to different systems including the Sharp X68000, MS-DOS, Apple IIgs, Super Nintendo and more. It also had one of the most devious floppy disk copy protection schemes ever created. In an age where most games were cracked in a matter of hours, FTL’s clever protection took an entire year to crack with many attempts to defeat it, resulting in failure over and over again.
Part 2 of our epic trip to Japan. We travel to Osaka, Kyoto and then back to Tokyo, taking in local Japanese culture, eating amazing food and lots and lots of game hunting!
WATCH PART 1: https://youtu.be/HN2SVE8mGgI
Could the MOQI i7s be the best way to play PSP games?
Team Sonic Racing is ready to release on Switch, PS4, Xbox One, & PC but how well does Nintendo’s tiny console hold up with this multiplatform racer? We put it head to head with the PlayStation 4 version to see how it looks visually and if there’s any difference in load times!
Arcade Game bootlegging was rampant in 80s and 90s with many arcade manufacturers including Capcom in the firing line with their CPS1 arcade hardware. But Capcom learned from their mistakes and the CPS2 hardware from 1993 to 2007 – long past its end of life – became impossible to crack. This is the story of how Capcom kept bootleggers away from the CPS2 arcade hardware for over 15 years and how different individuals eventually lead to the ultimate defeat of the encryption.
Join Pixel Dan for a look at the new Star Wars Retro Collection action figures from Hasbro, base don the original Kenner releases!
Part 1 of our epic trip to Japan. In Tokyo we hunt for games, eat amazing ramen, visit historical shrines and watch robots fight!
Is The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt still one the best open world game, after 4 years in circulation?
– Alright, you’ve been asking for it…here it is! The game room tour! The audio in the beginning is not great as I ended up having to use the camera mic, but beyond that it should be okay so bear with it! I had some fun going through my collection and trying to find the interesting stuff. Hope you enjoy — and look forward to more history stuff soon!