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17-10-2019 02:07
I do longplays on my YouTube channel called BioRidley. Would love to submit for WOL sometime. Check my channel out! I also do boss battles.

15-10-2019 12:50
My name is Hiking C. Blackwell I'm a longplayer as well, how do I credit the site? I would like to use some of the world of longplays footage my channel name is Hiking Longplays search it up.

14-10-2019 09:32
New schedule: Three weekly longplays on Monday, during the rest of this year.

13-10-2019 16:31
gba 3 wwe game no body have make longplay

13-10-2019 11:16
Hi all Smile I have a new longplay of Freespace up on my channel, using some of the latest enhancements and in 60 FPS. Check it out @

12-10-2019 19:24
I am uploading them now.

12-10-2019 14:41
Is there anything else that I can do?

08-10-2019 19:28
longplay on the submission page. You might wanna do that, I don't think anyone from the higher ups has a ping letting them know somrthing got uploaded. Smile

08-10-2019 18:31
Yes, it takes time to verify the longplay, look at the submitted longplays at the bottom of the submission page, can take months. EDIT: Actually, I see you still haven't created an entry for your

08-10-2019 15:45
I used filezilla to transfer my video game videos, and they are still not submitted into this site.

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Last Ninja 2 Remix

Spectrum 48k

Last Ninja 2 Remix for the Spectrum, a conversion of the Commodore 64 original game by System 3 in 1990.
With the scrolls now in his possession, The Last Ninja begins training a new order of Ninja. During a training session he is mysteriously transported to XXth-century New York. The Evil Shogun has returned! Torn from his own time, The Last Ninja must defend himself once more with nothing more than the belief in his own abilities. "

In 1988, Last ninja 2 was released on the c64 and converted for the Spectrum 48k. While it should have had 128k features, it didn't but was otherwise a standard affair for the Spectrum 48k although it was always felt it could have been something more.

So 1990 rolls around and System 3 released Last Ninja 2 Remix on the C64. While I am sure there were plenty of last ninja fans left wondering why... it had subtle changes including a remixed soundtrack from the previous Last Ninja games which was a reason in it self to double dip for the game. A short intro and a new hud was also added.

And then came the Spectrum conversion..... This could have been a chance to right the wrongs of the Last Ninja 2 release. Although monochrome gameplay was nothing unusual in spectrum games and does allow for higher detailed gfx, a splash of colour would have been welcome. A 128k soundtrack would have made all the difference and considering that was the point of the remix edition on c64 it would have made sense to replace the crappy beeper tunes with AY music in this game. The beeper music bares no resemblance to the C64 originals at all. Instead the only changes were the added intro and a slightly different hud. This re-release really had to reason to exists on the spectrum exept to try and get speccy owners to take a risk after the last game.

The gameplay is exactly the same as with Last Ninja 2. The game certainly plays as well as the original c64 game and even has options for different control methods to make it a bit easier. On the whole it just felt lacking and System 3 were generally lazy with there spectrum conversions. Granted they were primarily c64 developers and the conversions were outsourced but a little quality control wouldn't have gone amiss. They were just as lazy with the Amstrad conversions.


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