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    Quote Originally Posted by Jackhammer View Post
    I have a PAL TurboGrafx and Everdrive. Only problem is it runs at 50hz which is slower than the 60hz NTSC version. Some really good games for an 8 bit machine, Pacland is one of my favourite arcade conversions on the system.
    Yeah! Pacland is awesome! Almost made it to my list!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elmdor Rizer View Post
    Quick question, have you made an episode about Gain Ground yet? If yes, which ep was it? If no, why not?????
    Not yet But I'll get to that one!

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    It's a Pixel THING is celebrating its 2nd anniversary, so I thought that it would be cool just to just show you how a regular episode is made!
    Enjoy!

    Making a "It's a Pixel THING" Episode - Special 2nd Anniversary

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    Interesting to see how much effort goes into each new episode. I grew up playing games in the late 70's through the 80's and onwards, so I can relate to your videos.


    Edit: Made this a sticky thread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by muRte View Post
    Not yet But I'll get to that one!
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    Thanks for the feedback, guys! Appreciate it!

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    16 years ago I stumbled, by accident, upon 1NSANE and simply couldn’t resist to its amazing cover! And the sentence “No Limits, No Rules, No Roads” instantly grabbed me!
    By then, I was a huge fan of multiplayer over network, so playing 1NSANE with friends was a really fun thing to do!

    1NSANE [PC, 2000] Review - It's a Pixel THING - Ep.#93

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    I have hardly hit the thanks button much at all in this thread but you're doing some great work, keep it up
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    Thank you!! Appreciate it!

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    The ZX Spectrum 128K was born in Spain, by the end of '85, and was in stores for just 6 months (more or less) being replaced by the (Amstrad) Sinclair ZX Spectrum 128K +2.
    30 years have passed so quickly, so let's celebrate one of the most important machines in my gaming life!

    The ZX Spectrum 128K (+2) - 30 Years - It's a Pixel THING - Ep.#94

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    You’ve probably already noticed that I’m a huge fan of PC gaming, since the early days of Point’n’Click Adventures!
    So, let’s track down the origins of the Personal Computer (PC) as we know it nowadays!

    The Origins of the Personal Computer (PC) - It's a Pixel THING - Ep.#95

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    Next year, La Abadía del Crimen – or The Abbey of Crime – will be 30 years old! So, let’s take a look at one of the greatest arcade adventures ever made for a few of the most popular home computers of the second half of the 80s!
    Enjoy!

    The History of La Abadía del Crimen (The Abbey of Crime) - It's a Pixel THING - Ep.#96

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    Let's revisit a genre that was hugely popular in 8 and 16-bit systems that dates back as far as 1982!
    Are you ready for a huge nostalgia rush? Let’s take a look!

    My Top 10 Isometric Video Games - It's a Pixel THING - Ep.#97

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    FlatOut was a title that I was really looking forward to grab back in 2004! Followed every step of the developing process and wasn’t disappointed when it was finally released!
    Crashing and mashing cars has never been so much fun!
    Enjoy this 4K review!

    FlatOut [2004, PC / PS2 / Xbox] 4K 60fps Review - It's a Pixel THING - Ep.#98

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    This year we celebrate 15 years since the American launch of the original Xbox! So, it’s the perfect time to point out my 10 favorite videogames for this amazing system!

    #Celebrating #15Years of the #OriginalXbox: My #Top10 #games - It's a #PixelTHING - Ep. 99

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