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Old 23 October 2014, 12:21   #21
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20 years ago, I played this game for infinite hours!
Let's take a look at this awfully addictive game: Micro Machines [1994, PC DOS] Review - It's a Pixel THING

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Old 23 October 2014, 13:51   #22
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Old 24 October 2014, 12:28   #23
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I love this game. I was playing it just the other day on a SNES emulator and it was as addictive as it ever was.
I remember having the game in a floppy disk so I could play it with my buddies at school, during programming classes
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Old 28 October 2014, 12:40   #24
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When I was recording the footage for this review, I found myself hooked to the freaking game!! It is so addictive that I played for 6 hours straight!!
Thanks for your comments!
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Old 31 October 2014, 23:21   #25
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Happy Halloween, guys!!

ALIEN [1984, ZX Spectrum] Review - It's a Pixel THING
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P.S.: Another video, if you want to know more about It's a Pixel THING and myself
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Old 07 November 2014, 01:03   #26
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Do you guys play recent games?..
Well, this week's episode is a "not so retro" review of a 2014 game that was certainly inspired by an Amiga classic from 1989: Trials Fusion [2014, PC] Review - It's a Pixel THING

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Old 15 November 2014, 13:22   #27
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This week I bring you another great title for the ZX Spectrum, from 1986! Was even considered one of the best games on that platform: The Great Escape [1986, ZX Spectrum] Review - It's a Pixel THING

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Old 15 November 2014, 17:37   #28
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Here's a game that I've always admired but never really learned how to play properly. It really was a new concept (at least for me) when it came out.

Very good review, as always, muRte. I really like your selection of ZX Spectrum.

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Old 17 November 2014, 16:43   #29
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Thanks, @madcap! I really appreciate it!
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Old 20 November 2014, 11:10   #30
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Many of you will remember the name Raffaele Cecco. He programmed amazing titles for the greatest 8-bit machines of the 80s.
When he finally embraced the 16-bit era, he did this:
The First Samurai [1991, Amiga / SNES] Review - It's a Pixel THING

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Old 28 November 2014, 20:16   #32
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Old 28 November 2014, 20:22   #33
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Here's my latest videos:

The Untouchables [1989, C64] Review - It's a Pixel THING
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Late 90s PC gaming Rig - IBM NetVista [type 6793] - It's a Pixel THING
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Old 04 December 2014, 13:19   #34
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My latest pickups from the last couple of months!

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Here's 10 PlayStation 2 titles that should belong on the shelves of every video game collector:

10 Must Have PS2 Games - It's a Pixel THING
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Old 19 December 2014, 11:45   #36
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From the creative mind of Simon Phipps, the designer of Rick Dangerous, came, in 1992, WolfChild, a frenetic action platformer with super detailed graphics and pretty cool music from Martin Iveson, creator of the original Tomb Raider musical score:
WolfChild [1992, Amiga / SNES] Review - It's a Pixel THING

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Old 24 December 2014, 12:49   #37
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Merry Xmas!!

10 Arcade Games for Xmas - It's a Pixel THING

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Old 02 January 2015, 11:49   #38
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Happy New Year!!

Dakar [Off-Road Rally] Games Overview - It's a Pixel THING - Ep.#33

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I cant help myself and have to ask: why your banners are of sizes of a street billboard?
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I cant help myself and have to ask: why your banners are of sizes of a street billboard?
Finally, someone noticed it!
I will make those a little smaller
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