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Hacking and slashing from arcade's past - Crossed Swords

In the early 90s, SNK started using the Neo Geo MVS (Multi Video System), a standardized arcade system requiring arcade operators to change only the cartridge a game was stored on if they wanted to bring in a new title without the costly route of buying an entire cabinet all over again or replacing the guts with new chips and/or PCBs. 1,428 more words

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Neo Geo MVS Label Restoration for 11 New Games


For a good long while now I’ve found a very nice distraction in playing and collection games for the Neo Geo MVS.

**Disclamer** I hope you’re immune to ‘drawn-out’ and boring… because I’m about to get real wordy. 1,248 more words

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Analogue Interactive CMVS Black Label Review

With a three-month waiting list, Analogue’s CMVS is a highly desirable item with a premium price tag. The price reflects the quality and high level of support on offer, and on arrival, it’s immediately clear why this product has been earmarked as the ‘Bentley of video-game systems” by… 1,169 more words

Retro Reviews

HDMI Audio and Video for Neo Geo MVS

was killing some time hacking on some cheap FPGA dev boards he bought from eBay. Initially, he intended to use them to create HDMI ports for a different project before new inspiration hit him. 363 more words

Video Hacks

Not all is fair in art and appropriation

AppropriationĀ in art is using pre-existing objects or images with little or no change applied to the original. Appropriation means to adopt, borrow, recycle or sample aspects of the human-made visual culture; images that have been appropriated commonly involve famous and recognisable works of art and easily accessible images from the media. 444 more words