Myths and Dragons - An impressive beat em up is heading to the MSX 2

If you were a huge fan of beat em ups such as Knights of the Round, Warriors of Fate or even Dungeons and Dragons: Shadow Over Mystara, AND have an MSX 2, then look no further than Kai Magazine Software's 'Myths and Dragons', which is to be released by the end of July. This rather impressive looking beat em up with up to 2 players fighting it out against fantasy creatures, will have the opportunity to gain experience, money, levels and be able to purchase brand new fighting equipment.

Also according to the team behind the game, Myths and Dragons will advance in a similar way to Sector 88 whereby it will be mission based, with each mission being replayable in order to earn more EXP and GOLD. Furthermore you'll also be able to visit a town where you can purchase your equipment, and view the map to select your missions and see what to do in them. This offers a lot of replay-ability with hours and hours of gameplay. Certainly a very interesting eye opener for retrogamers and those of you who like a decent fighting RPG, so head on over to the link below and check out the pre-order details.

Hardware Requirements.
  • Msx2 with 64k of RAM (I will try to make it work on a msx1 with 64k of ram as well, but this is not a priority)
  • V9990 compatible (gfx9000, video9000, powergraph, Krakengraph, VroBit…)
  • MSX Music (Fm pac or compatible) or MSX Music Music Module or compatible) or OPL4 compatible (Moonsound, shockwave, wozblaster…). OPL4 needs an MSX with at least 128k of RAM.
  • Optimizations for Panasonic 2+ and Turbo R
  • If your MSX does not have internal FM or you wish to use any other compatible sound chip, you will need an slot expander in order to listen to the music.

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