I forget about this non-8-bit forum and others and don't often scroll all the way down here. But I'm glad it's here as I have a place within the club to tell my tales of gaming outside of 8-bits. One thing led to another this past week, as I was working on my Bally Arcade project, and I decided to take a break play a game. I decided to play a game on my Jaguar, my favorite console which has been mostly neglected for the last couple of years, except for regular dusting and cleaning and some Battleshpere action last fall when I purchased a reproduction of the game. But immediately upon booting my Jaguar, I realized I had a video problem with my RGB/VGA some where as I was getting no reds. I started searching from the VGA input on the TV, back through my RGB2VGA converter/upscaler and back to my DIY RGB cable I made for my Jaguar, which I was sure was the culprit after going over everything else. Long story short, it wasn't my cable and it turned out to be a bad VGA cable between the converter box and the monitor. But after spending half a day figuring out the issue. When I finally settled in to play some Jaguar, I ended up spending the last few days playing my old favorites Hover Strike (CD version), Battlemoprh (CD), Soul Star (CD), Battlesphere, Skyhammer, I-war and others. All the early cockpit flying/driving FPS open world games. I did play Alien vs. Predator and Wolfenstien 3D FPS's within the last year, as well as the Iron Soldier 1 & 2 mech game FPS's, so I haven't revisited them yet. I plan on playing some Towers II FPS RGP gaming today, a cross between the old 80's "3D" or first-person corridor RPG's and DOOM style FPS's, which is done very well with the Jaguar's hardware. So if you don't see updates on my 8-bit projects for a while, it's because I'm revisiting 90's "next gen" 3D goodness, mostly on my Jaguar and JagCD, but also on my 3DO too.