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Plus X Terminator Laser
Light gun. Includes the game "Dungeon Hunter". According to a news article in MSX Magazine 1990-01, page 96, this was first released in the Middle East, like Kuwait and Saudi Arabia. Due to it's success it was also decided to release it in Japan. Release date for Japan was listed from February to March 1990.
RS-232C interface cartridge Price at launch: 19,417 Yen
FAX module. Only a prototype is known to have existed. It was shown in MSX Magazine 1987-11 on page 86-87. It integrated with MSX-Write, adding a "FAX Adapter" option to the main menu.
MSX Game Reader
USB attached MSX cartridge slot. Comes with 32-bit Windows 2000/XP drivers and a special Japanese language MSX-PLAYer emulator which will emulate either a MSX1 or TurboR depending on the cartridge inserted.
ＭＳＸ増設ＲＡＭカートリッジ 768kB Memory Mapper cartridge Original price: 30.000 Yen
MEGA ROM Emulator Board model 256
MEGA ROM Emulator Board model 256, Japanese software companies used it to design MegaRom cartridges?
MSX Harddisk Interface. SASI with Centronics CN-50F connector. Price at release: 30000 Yen
Other Storage Controller
Quickshot joystick. 4200 Yen. Actually a rebranded Spectravideo SVI-101M
MSX joystick - ASCII Stick X Turbo. 6800 Yen.
MSX joystick - ASCII Stick II Turbo
MSX joystick - ASCII Stick
SEGA joystick - ASCII Stick Alpha Not ideal for MSX, only one trigger button will work unless you rewire.
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Metal Gear 2 - Solid Snake
Xak II: Rising of the Redmoon
Keyboards and Computer Music
MSX Computer Club Süd 1/91
MSX Magazine 1986-12
MSX Gids 10
MSX Magazine 1989-10