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Reminder that PC-8801 is actually one of the most content-rich and influential platforms ever.

>> No.5849864

>>5849701
never played it I should look into it

>> No.5849985
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On the Otaku no Video special DVD booklet, there's a timeline between 1982 and 1985 that shows the most important events in history regarding general world news, cinema, animation, manga and technology
They mention both the Famicom and PC-88, not anything else. I think those 2 are the most iconic systems for the japanese.

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>>5849701
>.gif

>> No.5851951

>>5849985
Wasn't there someone in the OVA playing an 88 game?

>> No.5851956

>>5849985
Honestly weird they glossed over pc engine but ok.

>> No.5851979

>>5849701
Cool but how do I play this thing and its games? And in a language that isn't cryptic symbols?

>> No.5852420

>>5851458
gif is perfectly acceptable. It's capable of displaying 256 colors simultaneously while the PC88 only used 8 colors. If you look closely you'll see that nearly all games in the chart use the same 3bit RGB colors even when they nominally had the expanded palette of V2 mode at their disposal.

>>5851951
He was playing Cybernetic High-school on a PC-286.

>> No.5852424 [DELETED] 

>>5849701
Goddamn, that shit looks ugly, Too old for me, kek.

>> No.5852434

Goddamn, that shit looks ugly. Too old for me, kek.

>> No.5852441

Just because it is interesting or important doesn't mean you'd actually want to play the games on it. It is still an 80s home computer, with the sort of responsiveness and framerate you'd expect.

You can play the games on a PC-98 emulator, if you don't believe me.

>> No.5852445

>>5851979
You download the games:
https://archive.org/details/Neo_Kobe_NEC_PC-8801_2016-02-25
You get a PC88 emulator for your OS, for instance XM8 or M88kai.
You insert disk 1 into drive 1 and disk 2 into drive 2 and restart the system. Try 4MHz V1 mode first and switch to V2 mode if requested.

>> No.5852538

>>5852445

are they in english though.

>> No.5852541

>>5852538
You might be able to tell based on the picture.

>> No.5852545

>>5852541

he asked to play them in a language that wasn't cryptic but thanks anyways.

>> No.5852556

>>5852545
Are you blind? Where is the cryptic language for Sokoban, DoorDoor, Dragon Slayer, Hydlide, Thexder, Xanadu, A-Train, SeeNa, Blassty, Final Zone, WiBArM, Silpheed, Valis, Ys, The Scheme, Final Crisis or Popful Mail in the image?
Now obviously some of them like Ys or Popful Mail actually have Japanese text in the game but you should be able to find out that much yourself.

>> No.5852558

Nice macros, where did they come from?

Bouken Roman remains my go-to recommendation for anyone wanting a great PC-88 action-platformer. It's a long-forgotten precursor to Commander Keen, but from an alternate universe called SystemSoft Japan.

>> No.5852559

>>5852556
EOPs are like spoiled brats, not even worth responding to.

>> No.5852656

>>5852556
>https://archive.org/details/Neo_Kobe_NEC_PC-8801_2016-02-25

my apologies I just saw the picture in the link above and assumed it was all in Japanese. sorry about that.

>> No.5852671

looks like a bunch of moonrune weebshit

>> No.5852718

Any doujin recommendations ? Preferably stuff playable without Japanese knowledge.

>> No.5852741

The thing that's really good about these old japanese computers is that most of them are uncontaminated by western filth unlike the consoles.

>> No.5852743
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>>5851956
It covers 1982 to 1985.

>> No.5853246

>>5849701
i dont speak japanese though

>> No.5853373

>>5851458
>Dragon Knight
>Cover up the titties but leave the cooch exposed
Japan is weird.

>> No.5853385

>>5853373
It was definitely some kid's first fap.

>> No.5853397

>>5852434
You must be 18 to use this website.

>> No.5853473

>>5853373
It's a weird game. They tried to transfer strip game logic to a RPG so the girls you rescue in the tower become less and less dressed. You don't have sex with any of them.
Chaos Angels, where you fight and ravish monster girls, and Rance, where you can rape almost every girl in the long run, did it better.

>> No.5853940
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>>5849701
Needs Princess Tomato and ズニッグィ.

>> No.5854056

>>5849985
>On the Otaku no Video special DVD booklet
>the most iconic systems for the japanese
This suggests at most they're the most iconic systems for otaku in the early 90s. That's a sub-subculture of "the japanese".

>> No.5854369

>>5852445
Thanks, dude
Which emulator would you personally recommend for Windows?

>> No.5854424

>>5852420
I assume the issue with .gif is more that the file could be animated and include a jumpscare.

>> No.5855798

>>5854369
a good one

>> No.5855805

>>5853940
Princess Tomato was dropped from the list since the original platform was PC98.

>> No.5855823

>>5855805
>the original platform was PC98
What do you mean?
>>5854056
The PC-88 was also 'iconic' for Japanese salaryman, as it was a popular office computer.

>> No.5855828

>>5855823
https://ja.wikipedia.org/wiki/サラダの国のトマト姫
It came out for the PC98 four months before the PC88.

>> No.5855843

>>5855828
Oh, interesting. I thought of it as an iconic PC-88 game.

>> No.5855859

>>5854369
M88 fmgen is nice : http://nenecchi.php.xdomain.jp/
I also use X88000 for a few games because of its better tape support :
http://www.cug.net/~manuke/x88000.html

>> No.5856268
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PC-88 is super comfy, a z80 and lovely FM synths. Dragon Buster is a particular favourite of mine.

>> No.5857695

>>5854056
>This suggests at most they're the most iconic systems for otaku in the early 90s
What would you suggest were the most iconic systems released between 1982 and 1985 for non-otaku japanese, then?

>> No.5857712

>>5857695
PC98 for its role in business.

>> No.5857725

>>5857712
Actually, I think I was wrong, and the booklet mentions PC-98, not PC-88.

>> No.5859087

>>5852743
So, there WAS a time that Japanese men and women fucked!

>> No.5859821

>>5859087
otherwise that island would be empty.

>> No.5861195

>>5859821
Much like its becoming now.

>> No.5862806

>>5852559
troll

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