Terraonion Is Releasing An Optical Disc Emulator For The Sega Saturn And Dreamcast

We all live with the knowledge that everything put together eventually falls apart, but in the case of consoles based around optical media, the issue is pretty grave. Optical drives are prone to all kinds of problems – especially when they’re over 20 years old – and as a result, many of the CD-based systems out there will develop difficulties which can lead to them becoming totally useless.

That’s where the guys over at Terraonion come in. The company has already solved this issue on the PC Engine and Mega Drive / Genesis, but its next project is on a whole new level – it’s an optical disc emulator which effectively replaces the disc drive inside your Sega Saturn or Dreamcast, giving your machine a whole new lease of life.

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Michael Jackson Moonwalker [1990 Sega] – Arcade and home console ports

Michael Jackson Moonwalker (1990 Sega) – Sega developed two similarly themed beat ’em up video games in 1990. One was released for the arcades and another released for the Mega Drive/Genesis and Master System.

Althought, they were developed in tandem, gameswere made by a completely different team and are entirely different games. One is a side-scrolling platformer, other one is a weird, isometric, run-and-gun/beat-em-up hybrid. Source

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A Look at Infamous Video Game Hoaxes – Nintendo ON, Sonic, Mario, & More!

Video game hoaxes and rumors have existed for almost as long as video games themselves. Sonic & Tails in Melee? Luigi in Super Mario 64? Yoshi as a Pokémon? Hoaxes have always been spread around to fool people into believing things about their favorite games that simply aren’t true.
In this video, we’ll be taking a look at infamous video game hoaxes and rumors from years gone by!

Whether it be Super Mario Galaxy DS, Kirby Red Diamond, or a fake Zelda III prototype game, hoaxes and video game rumors are very interesting to look back on, and I cover several of the most fascinating hoaxes in this video.