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Castlevania 31 years later – Nostalgic Pixel Episode 6

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Here is the sixth episode of Nostalgic Pixel. This is a look at Castlevania on the NES and Famicom Disk System. This is a look back 31 years later. I went back to this game after its 30th anniversary. I played this on the Famicom Disk System. Fun that it includes saves but scary to play and save of a 30 year old floppy disk.

This series I really enjoy covering and look forward to covering other Castlevania games again in another video. So many I didn’t get to.

I’m playing this on original hardware. The setup is an AV Famicom and Famicom Disk System. The AV Famicom with NESRGB mod is connected via RGB to the XRGB mini(Framemeister) to my capture card.

 


 


5 Great Puzzle Games not names Tetris – Nostalgic Pixel Episode 5

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Here is the fifth episode of Nostalgic Pixel. This is a look at 5 Great
puzzle Games not named Tetris. There are so many puzzle games out there. This is a mix of some of my favorite puzzle games and others that are also fun and less common.

This genre I really enjoy covering and look forward to covering it again in another video. So many I didn’t get to. What are some of your favorite puzzle games?

I’m playing this on original hardware. The setup is a Sega Saturn, PlayStation 3 and PlayStation T. The Sega Saturn is connected via RGB to the XRGB mini(Framemeister) to my capture card. The PlayStation 3 and PlayStation TV via HDMI.

 

 


Super Mario Bros. 2 – Nostalgic Pixel Episode 4

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Here is the fourth episode of Nostalgic Pixel. This is a look at Super Mario Bros. 2 on the NES. This is the follow up to Nintendo’s hit of a platformer. This episode is focused around the Super Mario Bros. 2 and the different versions released.

The Hype was real with Nintendo Power putting this game front and center. Where does Super Mario Bros.2 rank for you? Please leave a comment below.

I’m playing this on original hardware. The setup is a Nintendo AV Famicom with Tim Worthington’s RGB board, Famicom Disk System, Super Nintendo and Gamecube with Gameboy Player running Gameboy Interface to the XRGB mini(Framemeister) to my capture card. The NES and SNES use an RGBs SCART cable. and the Gamecube is using a Component cable.

 

 


Policenauts Interactive Cinema – Nostalgic Pixel Episode 3

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Here is the third episode of Nostalgic Pixel. This is a look at Policenauts on the Sega Saturn. This point and click adventure was a follow up to Snatcher. There is a quick look at Snatcher on the Saturn. This video does contain spoilers but they are not put in context. This episode is focused around Policeanuts.

This genre has been one that I have enjoyed revisiting the last few years. What are some shooters you enjoy? Please leave a comment below.

I’m playing this on original hardware. The setup is an Sega Saturn, and Dreamcast running Bleemcast for MGS to the XRGB mini(Framemeister) to my capture card.

Special Thanks to Policenauts.net
http://policenauts.net/

 


Beat ’em Ups Golden Age – Nostalgic Pixel Episode 2

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Here is the second episode of Nostalgic Pixel. This is a look at Beat ’em ups of the Golden Age of Beat ’em Ups. This is a look at console releases of the genre. This will cover the 8 bit and 16 bit generation. This is just a look and is by no means comprehensive. Sadly many are left in the arcade.

This genre has been one that I have enjoyed revisiting the last few years.

I’m playing this on original hardware. The setup is an AV Famicom with Tim Worthington’s RGB mod, SNES, Genesis, SMS( Power Base Convertor and CDX to the XRGB mini(Framemeister) to my capture card.


5 Great Shooters on the TurboGrafx 16 and PC Engine – Nostalgic Pixel Episode 1

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Here is the first episode of Nostalgic Pixel. I wanted to create some edited content on these five games. Previously, I have just uploaded gameplay videos with little to no editing. I have definitely learned a lot and I’m looking forward to the next edited video.