Amstrad has a history of releasing cheap devices that tried to jump on the bandwagon after the wheels had already fallen off. The e-m@iler tried to mix Internet access, email, telephone, answering services and Sinclair Spectrum games into one device.
We play R-Type Complete on the NEC Turbo Duo. This CD release marked the first time the arcade game was released in one piece on NECs consoles.
We take a look at the Japanese train simulator, Densha de Go! 64 using the dedicated controller on the Nintendo 64.
Attempt two to test a load of FDS games that we got from a Japanese auction, our first attempt resulted in our Famicom Twin breaking down.
We take a look at Monster Maker on the NEC Turbo Duo.
We take a look at the first of the Famicom Grand Prix games, F1 Race.
We take a look at the 2005 Fisher Price collectable figurine game.
Our last big Japan unboxing for awhile, only a few items but one especially nice one.
Super Barcode Wars
We play a Japanese board game that uses barcodes to handle battles and stuff.
We take a look at a slightly out of time console by SSD Technologies that attempted to jump on the motion control bandwagon.