Pixelmusement Filler Video 12 Last Updated:
December 24th, 2011

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Filler Video #12

Gemini's Portable Systems




Additional Information and Corrections:

  • Because of the issues I'm having with uploading widescreen footage to Blip.tv right now, I've recorded this filler in both standard and widescreen formats. If at some point soon the widescreen issues are resolved, I'll swap out the current version with the wide version. ;)


  • Funny thing about the music in the background... I like the music from the Castlevania games more than the games themselves. ^_^;


  • Since I was a bit of a Klonoa fan, I also happen to have Klonoa Heroes, which is another game only released in Japan for the Gameboy Advance and I actually bought it in like-new condition. Could very well be the most valuable game I own next to Final Fantasy III for the SNES and Star Trek: Bridge Commander for the PC.


  • Something I forgot to mention: I also happen to have the "Master Gear Converter" for the Game Gear, which lets you play Sega Master System games on it. The Game Gear and Master System are almost identical from a hardware standpoint. The only real difference is that the Game Gear has a much larger colour palette to work from, which is why they never made it possible to play Game Gear games on the Master System.
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