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Re: Videoway device
« on: July 18, 2016, 08:37:20 pm »
Ah ok. And yeah I'm glad this was implemented back then. I wonder if it was used on the Sega CD and Turbografx CD during cinematics, though?

EDIT: I just checked Astron Belt LaserDisc for MSX and wow I am astonished O.O. The screen disappearing everytime you kill an enemy must be kinda annoying when playing, though.

I bet such game would have been possible on the Videoway, because after all, Videoway had an interactive TV channel called TVI.


EDIT: Update, I found this, but sadly all download links are gone. https://web.archive.org/web/20050120154624/http://www.ourfamilysbox.com/~meunierc/tvnw/ But it shows screenshots of the Loto-Québec chess game.
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