Every Nintendo Game In Chronological Order
Yay! Thanks, I've been really looking forward to it!
Looking forward to the 60 fps non problematic video ^_^When it comes to your hardware problem my guess would be RAM, of course as you said there can be something wrong in the MB, but it really sounds like RAM, so lets hold our thumbs that's the problem since it's both cheaper and easier to remedy ^_^
Major Seek Support Forum helped clear out some issues we were having on a computer. Might want to check them out. It's pretty involved and might take a few days, but if it's software related they should be able to help you out it seems.http://forums.majorgeeks.com/
I know you are having problems but the YouTube video strangely was nearly 2 hours long. The video seems slightly too large for the first part obscuring parts of the upper screens. Then when the episode is done it jumps back 30 minutes into the episode all the way to the culture brain ninja RPG and the video looked amazing clear for the rest of the video. Strange. Anyway I am shocked you didn't like the stock broker game music. I thought it was some pretty good 8 bit Bach. Especially the title screen Air in String G which is one of my favorite classical music pieces. I am pretty sure the rest of the music was Bach as well. I am going to watch this again when you get the archive version up and get your video problems straightened out.
yesssssssss! however, for the record, the first ninja turtles game is by far my favorite of all ninja turtle games. i'm not much for arcade-style beat-'em-ups so i guess that's it.
I can't find the video on youtube?Not sure why...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z0VKg_dJzzQ(if anyone cares)
Another episode of Chrontendo, right in time for the weekend. Excellent.
No preview about what games we're going to see on this episode?
Chrontendo always turns out to be well worth the wait and this one is no exception.
Hey there! I noticed on NintendoAge that there's a prototype of Tengen's Tetris. What's interesting about this prototype is that it was meant to be licensed by Nintendo, and mentions MirrorSoft.http://nintendoage.com/forum/messageview.cfm?catid=29&threadid=83705
You brought up Gunjin Shougi (the particular one in this episode was from Sofel) and I realized immediately that it was Stratego. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stratego
Stratego did see a release on the PC Engine in Japan in 1992, so here's looking forward to a future Chronturbo episode!
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