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 the 3D racing game that sought to outdo Sega’s Virtua Racer on the Atari Jaguar.
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 play Rebel Assault on the Mega CD.
We take a look at the Japanese train simulator, Densha de Go! 64 using the dedicated controller on the Nintendo 64.
We take a look at the 3D beat-em-up, Bio Freaks 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 a 3DO title, the FMV beat-em-up Supreme Warrior.