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  1. PS2 Datacenter Update 18-August-2018

    Today I have added 25 new entries to the PS2 Datacenter like Runabout 3, Rune Viking Warlord, Rune Princess, Rosario to Vampire Capu 2, Rumble Roses, Anime Eikaiwa, R-Type Final, etc.

    I also added the NTSC-J manual of Rumble Roses.

    You can check the details here:
    http://www.epforums.org/showthread.php?73268

    And the new game entries here:
    http://www.psxdatacenter.com/

    Have fun.
  2. Douche Bag Review - Heavy Metal Gamer Show

    Douche Bag Review - Heavy Metal Gamer Show:


    No this isn't a review of an actual douche bag, it's a game called Douche Bag on Steam. One of them really cheap as fuck games. I hope you enjoy this review. Thanks for watching.
  3. Heavy Metal Gamer Video Blog: Emuparadise and The Future Of Emulation

    Heavy Metal Gamer Video Blog: Emuparadise and The Future Of Emulation:


    So a hot topic recently is EmuParadise pulling their ROMS/ISOS, well I decided to give my thoughts on that, and the future of emulation. Some of what I say might surprise you. I hope you enjoy this video blog. Thanks for watching.
  4. PSX Datacenter Update 11-August-2018

    Today I have added 4 new entries to the PSX Datacenter and updated some like Resident Evil 2, Resident Evil 3, Rhapsody, Driver 2, Ridge Racer, Ride Gear Guybrave, Lilo & Stitch, Hugo 2, etc.

    I also added the NTSC-J manual of Albalea no otome.

    You can check the details here:
    http://www.epforums.org/showthread.php?73268

    And the updates entries here:
    http://www.psxdatacenter.com/
  5. Space Harrier Review - Heavy Metal Gamer Show

    Space Harrier Review - Heavy Metal Gamer Show:


    To end out the week, here is a review of Space Harrier, the arcade version, and also the Sega Master System port. I hope you enjoy this review. Thanks for watching.
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