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orangemapped

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I don't know if anyone downloaded Issue 5 of Gamestyle Offline...
...their main feature was on the GP32. Its an interesting read, and is useful for those that are new to the handheld. I think GP32x even gets a mention, I'm not sure.

Anyway, Gamestyle Offline issue 7 is now available.
It's not got any GP32 stuff in, but it looks a good read nether-the-less.

Head over to http://www.gamestyle.net/ and click on one of the banners, or the Offline button in the menu to get yourself a copy.


Enjoy. :)
 

Azure

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Portable SNES, megadrive, PC Engine, Game Gear, Atart ST and Doom 1 & 2 all without changing a cartridge on a machine the size of GBA?
Funny, at the time this was posted (6/25/03), there was no megadrive emu...
 

Akuma no Houkon

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Azure posted on Apr 14 2004 at 04:38 PM said:
Portable SNES, megadrive, PC Engine, Game Gear, Atart ST and Doom 1 & 2 all without changing a cartridge on a machine the size of GBA?
Funny, at the time this was posted (6/25/03), there was no megadrive emu...
They knew its potential and just wanted to get a jump on everyone else and announce the megadrive emulator six months before it came out!
 
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Azure

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Meonlyeviler posted on Apr 17 2004 at 07:57 PM said:
Actually there was one Genemu unreleased by zardozjones ;)
Are you sure he was working on it at that time? At Jun 25, 2003? At the time nobody even knew a gen emu was in progress.
 
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