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Most Recent MSX Game Reviews
Vampire Killer (MSX)

Vampire Killer review (MSX)

Reviewed October 25, 2010

Sho says: "At a cursory glance it might even resemble a simple port, but this impression couldn't be more incorrect – Vampire Killer immediately stands out as a dramatic departure from the rest of the franchise even as its influence can be felt in Simon's Quest, Dracula X, and Symphony of the Night."
Snatcher (MSX) artwork

Snatcher review (MSX)

Reviewed August 09, 2006

Sho says: "Hideo Kojima’s SNATCHER is a kickass graphic adventure that’s best described as an inspired synthesis of “Blade Runner,” “Terminator,” and “Wacky Japanese Perverts on Parade.” No doubt you’re already well aware of this thanks to the highly sought-after Sega CD port, but the MSX2 original is definitely worth checking out – particularly since it’s been completely translated into English."

Most Recent MSX Screenshots and Images
Nogalious (MSX) screenshots and images

If you're interested, check out this list of MSX games released in North America, sorted by year. You can also browse MSX releases in all regions using the alphabet strip near the top of this page.

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