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By Circo

Sega Naomi & Naomi 2 Video Snaps Released (v2.0)

Happy New Years everyone, I tried to get this out for Christmas but better late than never.  EmuMovies is happy to release version 2.0 of the Sega Naomi and Naomi 2 video snaps pack.  Version 2.0 includes 266 new video snaps for the arcade systems.  All videos were captured using DEmul 0.7 using both nVidia and AMD graphics cards.  We really hope you enjoy them.
High Quality Sample
 
High Quality
(FTP, Sync)
Resolution 640x480 Video Count 266 Total Size 5.48GB Frame Rate 60 Audio 192 kbit/s Standard Quality
(Site, FTP, Sync)
Resolution 320x240 Video Count 266 Total Size 895MB Frame Rate 30 Audio 128 kbit/s  
 
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By Circo

mGalaxy Front End v7.0 Released

This version is packed with awesome new features and updates:
WebRadio added to available background music sources. Thousands of web radio directly available from the mGalaxy interface. Extended gamepad/joystick controller compatibility (no more limited to Xbox 360 controller only) Mouse compatible interface (no more limited to keyboard or gamepad) Theme customization: all themes now come with a setting panel. mGalaxy_Updater: new application to update/patch mGalaxy on new release. mGalaxy_Runway: Runway now trims logo images with a transparent pixel border. mGalaxy_Runway : auto folder assignment.
  More info and download on http://www.mgalaxy.com
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By Circo

Commodore Amiga Video Snaps Updated (Version 1.9)

Happy Holidays everyone! First off today we have an update to the Commodore Amiga video snaps pack bringing the pack to version 1.9. This update adds 27 new video snaps bringing the total number of videos for the Amiga to 1,808. Videos are available in Standard Quality on the EmuMovies website and in High Quality on via the EmuMovies FTP and Sync service.  Continue past the preview for all the juicy details.
 
 
EmuMovies Official Commodore Amiga Video Snaps Version 1.9
Added 27 Video Snaps Captures @Audi85  Edits & Encoding @Circo Details
 
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By Circo

Nintendo NES Video Snaps Updated (31 Videos)

And now we get to the updates for the Nintendo Entertainment System, we have 8 new videos for the base set and 23 new videos for the Hacks & Homebrew collection.  These updates bring the base set to 1,009 videos and the hacks & homebrew set to 229 videos.  Big thanks to @Audi85 for submitting the original captures.  Continue past the preview for all the juicy details.
 
 
Nintendo NES Video Snaps Pack Version 1.9
Added 9 Videos Captures @Audi85 Edits & Encoding @Circo Nintendo NES Hacks & Homebrew Version 1.3
Added 23 Video Snaps Captures @Audi85 Edits & Encoding @Circo  
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By Circo

Super Nintendo Video Snaps Updated (v2.0)

About six months in the making we finally have an all new version of the EmuMovies Super Nintendo Video Snaps Collection.  The version 2 update includes 811 new videos and is 841 video snaps total.  All new captures are by @DamnedRegistrations and @Audi85.  Final edits and encoding were performed by @Circo.  So waste no time and update you videos to all new higher quality versions.  Continue past the samples for details and more.
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Version 2.0
Replaced 811 Video Snaps @Audi85, @DamnedRegistrations & @Circo Details
 
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Sweet Tooth
(Twisted Metal)
0-4
Twisted Metal's flagship villain, a psychotic clown on the lam from a Los Angeles mental institution, terrorized the streets behind the wheel of a stolen ice cream truck. His weapon of choice? A napalm strawberry cone.
Jill Valentine
(Resident Evil)
5-9
Unlike her partner, the adorably meatheaded Chris Redfield, Jill's the thinking person's action hero, with the key ability to pick locks. Also, not for nothing, but you try killing a city full of the undead wearing a miniskirt.
Master Chief
(Halo)
10-19
The Master Chief is a towering and faceless biochemically and cybernetically-enhanced supersoldier, raised and trained from an early age to be a weapon; he is almost never seen without his green-colored armor and helmet. He is commonly referred to by his naval rank, rather than his given birth-name or serial-designation.
Celes Chere
(Final Fantasy VI)
20-29
She's 18, a top general in an evil empire, equally skilled in swordplay and lethal magic, and an opera virtuoso. It's an extracurricular list that could land the frosty Celes in a top-tier school, but her character development is what heralded a turning point in videogame storytelling.
Earthworm Jim
(Earthworm Jim)
30-49
Embodying the 1990s' surreal, gross-out humor, Jim was a regular earthworm until he crawled into a robotic suit from space that gave him supernatural powers. Some folks have all the luck! Other reasons to be jealous of Jim: awesome lasers and a head that doubles as a whip.
Manny Calavera
(Grim Fandango)
50-74
He's a smooth, Latin-accented skeleton private eye straight out of a Diá de los Muertos version of The Maltese Falcon, who spits out hilarious lines like ''Run, you pigeons! It's Robert Frost!'' Easily the suavest videogame character without a pulse.
Wario
(Super Mario Land 2)
75-99
Super'' Mario? Yeah, right! The guy can't even touch an enemy without getting hurt; he has to jump on them. In Wario's first starring role (Wario Land for the Game Boy), he just crashes right through enemies with a devastating shoulder charge. Add in the fact that Wario gets all the best lines in the Mariokart, ''I'm Wario! I'm-a gonna ween!'' and Mario just starts looking like another med-school dropout.
Duke Nukem
(Duke Nukem)
100-124
He's the 1980s muscle-bound action hero distilled down to his most badass — and quippy. Some samples from Duke Nukem 3D: ''I like a good cigar, and a bad woman.'' ''Damn, that's the second time those alien bastards shot up my ride!'' ''Eat shit and die!''
Bad Mr. Frosty
(ClayFighter)
125-149
Icicle-chucking, ripped, and filled with as much holiday cheer as a bouncer with a double ear infection, Bad Mr. Frosty could kick the living tinsel out of that elf dentist or any other bobblehead from those sunshiny Claymation specials. God help you if you ever pretend he's Parson Brown.
John Marston
(Red Dead Redemption)
150-174
A reformed outlaw and devoted family man, he can rope a bucking bronco, skin a wild cougar, take out a dozen marauding gunslingers, and rescue a kidnapped courtesan before you've finished reading your morning blogs. Did we mention the killer, unexplained facial scars?
Joanna Dark
(Perfect Dark)
175-199
The way she turns her pistols sideways when she sneaks up on someone. Also, let's not forget that her hobbies include rescuing presidents and defeating genocidal reptile aliens. When James Bond goes to sleep, he dreams of being Joanna Dark.
Pinky
(Pac-Man)
200-224
Pac-Man's a yellow circle with a mouth who eats, and eats, and eats. The ghosts are the truly compelling figures of the Pac-Man series, and Pinky's the coolest one of all. She's just so freaking fast.
Fox McCloud
(Star Fox)
225-249
Combine the heroism of Luke Skywalker, the bravado of Top Gun's Maverick, and the foxiness of, well, a red fox, and you wind up with this cocky but noble mercenary pilot. Did we mention he could do a barrel roll?
Sonic the Hedgehog
(Sonic the Hedgehog)
250-274
The spin dash. You could argue that Sonic looks old-fashioned now — the neon-red shoes, the spiky haircut, the self-satisfied smirk that positively screams ''I Am the King of 1991!'' But for a pure propulsive burst of videogame testosterone, nothing has beaten Sonic's power to charge up a mega-fast, wall-crushing, enemy-destroying roll move.
Chun Li
(Street Fighter II)
275-300
The only female character in the original SFII lineup, Chun Li broke up the boys' club with her signature move, the Lightning Kick. Twenty years later, that Lightning Kick is still brutalizing opponents.
Nathan Drake
(Uncharted)
300-349
Unlike so many ultra-buff, ultra-grim videogame heroes, Drake comes off like a good-natured, wisecracking guy... as he scrambles up a crumbling wall like a spider monkey, and then races across rooftops while a helicopter rains down gunfire on him. Also: He's damn handsome.
Conker
(Conker's Bad Fur Day)
350-399
He drinks. He smokes. He womanizes. He enjoys smashing people in the face with a frying pan. He's essentially W.C. Fields resurrected as a squirrel. And that's why we love him.
Jack
(Mass Effect 2)
400-449
Bald, covered in tattoos, foulmouthed, and proudly sexual, Jack is most of all uniquely herself. Hang with Jack, and all those princesses and Lara Croft wannabes start looking lame.
Tommy Vercetti
(Grand Theft Auto)
450-499
First, there's the voice, but more importantly, there's the style. Sure, there'd been wisecracking homicidal videogame heroes before him, but how many of them turned a golf club into a lethal weapon?
GLaDOS
(Portal)
500-549
As a deranged but hilariously sarcastic computer system, GLaDOS oversees Aperture Laboratories while constructing ''test chambers'' for you to solve and offering illusory rewards — the cake is most definitely a lie. But despite her villainous nature, we savor her every snarky word, and especially so when she's singing.
Scorpion
(Mortal Kombat)
550-599
This guy's only driven by one thing: vengeance. And if there's one thing every story-driven fighter game needs, it's the half-dead man who's angry as hell. Scorpion is him, and you can hear it in his voice every time a spear launches from his palm to draw an unlucky opponent near, ''Get over here!''
Kratos
(God of War)
600-649
This guy's only driven by one thing: vengeance. And if there's one thing every story-driven fighter game needs, it's the half-dead man who's angry as hell. Scorpion is him, and you can hear it in his voice every time a spear launches from his palm to draw an unlucky opponent near, ''Get over here!''
Samus Aran
(Metroid)
650-699
While Princess Peach sat around Bowser's castle getting mani-pedis from Toad and waiting to be rescued, Samus rolled and shot her way through armies of alien beasties and into the videogame history books as one of the first female protagonists. Her silence speaks volumes of awesomeness.
Solid Snake
(Metal Gear)
700-???
A stealth assassin with a mysterious origin, regularly betrayed by his closest friends and charged with saving the world from enemies who know more about him than he knows about himself, Snake is one of those fanciful rarities in thriller history: an existential action hero. Also, has anyone else ever looked so cool hiding inside a cardboard box?
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