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    Quote Originally Posted by Breetai View Post
    Great! I'm not really a bit MSX expert other than what's on my emulator and the few games I've got here. To be honest, I'd love to get into it more but I'm trying to keep my collection under control and that means I'm selling my MSX.
    yeah. Its just a shame that the MSX1 in general aint too sought out other than by collectors. They're kind of underpowered since you can find an MSX2 and have a floppy drive and backwards compatibility..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Breetai View Post
    Sanyo MPC-10. It's not in perfect condition, though. I'm honestly not sure of what prices on these things usually are. I put it as a lot with a 5 games, a memory cartridge (?) and a demo cart for $60. The thread is HERE.
    Do you think that's a decent deal?
    i think thats a fair price for that bundle

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arkhan View Post
    Got it from rising stuff didn't ya?


    As for that Sanyo model, 60$ aint bad. The games are pretty cool ones too at least.
    Yes, I did. Better I get it from them than from some eBay seller I've never dealt with.

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    Great news for x68k gamers;

    Nemesis 90 Kai is fully playable from HD !
    Just copy both discs in the same directory and start the game via "autoexec" not via neme.x

    TADA no need to worry about broken discs or drives ^_^

    If someone has problems connecting a HD or Mo Drive to a x68k follow this guide;
    http://www4.ocn.ne.jp/~debiddo/hdd.htm

    And if it does not work (in my case it was different cause i use a XV modell) just ask

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    Finally arrived;



    LCD is fully multisync, works with X68000, PC98 and FMTowns


    :-)

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    That Epson LCD is nice, good picture quality and looks like a convenient space saver too. Whats it's model #? I think I might look for one to permatate for my vertical arcade pcbs.

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    Believe me, you do not want to play your pcbs on this monitor !
    It has around 12" and the pictures are taken from a paused game.
    It is not really good when things are moving around.

    But it is still a true alternative for old x68k and FMT Monitors.
    Games like Bubble Bobble and Sim City look great on it

    I will make a short video tomorrow and give you the model number.

    sorry for my englisch ! ^_^

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    The german FAQs for FM Towns, MSX and X68k are now a little bit bigger, i also uploadet pictures of every game i own (x68k/fmt/msx) so if you want to see boxes and manuals visit my page. (no adds or something there, just infos) My englisch is still not good enough to translate the FAQs but if you may have specific questions, you can ask me via PM.

    http://www.japan-retro.de/

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    command.x and nemesis 90 kai booting from external mo drive
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GnXWQvDEGZk

    same with fm towns
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PsX7LvhoUDQ

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    Hey there;

    If you are stilll playing with FMTowns, x68000 or PC98 computers, join the facebook groups x68000 club, pc98 club or FMTowns club. I really hate facebook but these groups are the only places where you can get quick help and answers from a "large" community. Unfortunately the most people in forums focus on emulators and not on the real hardware !

    When you have other questions around these three computers, you can still ask me here. I am very active rightnow and writing a few new guides in german. My english is not the best but to answer questions its enough. I have configured HDDs on every system this year and most of my PC98 games run from there. Also a few x68000 games are able to boot from HDD without using the DDs and FM Towns HDDs speed up loading times very much.

    Japanese computer gamers unite ! ^_^
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