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Usb to take screen shots? That sounds awesome!
Yep, I'll dig the NES out soon and show her off. She's a monstrosity from the perspective of "keeping things original" but I'm still kinda proud of it, lol.
 

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Help you could always just get another one that is original. Be proud of the one you modded. Yeah looks kindda crazy to make NES games.
 

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One of my favorites!

As posted in the Show Off Your Purchase thread, I want to use an STX board in my NES.



Overkill amount of power for cart-based consoles, but I'd also like to see how well it handles disc-based consoles such as the GameCube and Wii.
Id like to know how well it plays SNES in HQ4x
 
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I'm probably one of the few people on earth who not only actually made an NES game from assembly, but even went so far as to cannabilize a legit cart and put in my own burned EEPROMs to make it play.

Of course, said "game" was actually just a maze that made annoying noises when you hit the walls. My brother called it the "game from hell."

If I can find the butchered cart, I'll post screenshots, been many years.

I still have my modded NES though, complete with a USB debugging interface to take screenshots. It's a hacked apart mess. Kinda wish I'd left it vintage.
Props to that! About 8 years ago I looked into coding a small SNES game and... decided to make a SNES-like game with the newly released Microsoft XNA framework (C#, .NET) instead. Just a wee bit easier for me to pick up and get started on.

Id like to know how well it plays SNES in HQ4x
Sure, I'll start up a project log after I get the CPU and RAM. Motherboard was on sale so I got it early.
 

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My son's laptop does hq3x okay sorrta. So does my phone. My Retron 5 will only do the 2x, I have only found one game so far that brings it to a crawl....Sonic 2 on Stage 3. There is no Andorid apps tho that I have found that will do Hq4x.


I am really debating about doing the HD mod on the original hardware.
 
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Does 'Cosmos Cosmic Adventure' on 3 floppies count for anything??
How about 'Raptor', also 3 disks, , ,
 

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Yeah that would be vintage gaming. Been really looking at Neogeo. I want one that has all the mods done to it. One came up on ebay but I missed it.
 

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Well I know it's PC but it is 11 years old. Got lucky and found it on Amazon.
 

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Vintage is vintage. Is that one of the movie games?
 

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Vintage is vintage. Is that one of the movie games?
Nope it was its own "thing" You got intro tips from the legendary John McAleese who was the inspiration for Price in CoD. It was an obscure title to be sure. I'd hoped it would be on GoG but this works too.
 

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I bet you all know this already, but does anyone else have a retro Pi? It may be vintage gaming blasphemy, but it is a good way to re-live the games in an almost authentic way. I have NES, SNES and N64 games on my Pi3.
 

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Ive thought getting one of those for the super expensive games that I can not afford.

How well do they work?
 

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I LOST MY BID. 320 I was like I dont even have a NEO GEO yet haha. So still looking at the one above...been in emails with them over it.
 
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GOOD GOD MAN! I totally don't get the retro hardware fad. I just use PC emulators. I've got an emulator for every system I ever owned or played on back in the day, with ROMs for every game I ever played and thousands more. My cousins are always bragging about the new/old NES and Genesis cartridges they just bought. I'm like "yeah I've got all those and then some on my PC...whoopty do!". And "why did you pay money for something you can download off the internet for free?" WTF is wrong with you people? :slap: :nutkick::kookoo:
 
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Cause it's a fun little hobby, ans it's always nice to have the hardcopy no matter what.
 
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No pictures sadly but i still have majority of my PS1 games which consist of Marvel vs Capcom and marvel superheroes vs street fighter,do regret selling my physical copy of Legend of dragoon though as that game is now worth double of what i originally sold it at.
 
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Since the box was open anyway, to dig out Mega Man carts from earlier, I thought I might as well take inventory of what's there.

Battle Blaze, Brain Lord, Breath of Fire, Demon's Crest, Doom, Donkey Kong Country 3, Earthbound, Fatal Fury Special, Final Fantasy II (4), Final Fantasy III (6), Final Fantasy Mystic Quest, Final Fight 3, Illusion of GAIA, Lagoon, Lufia, Lufia II, Mega Man X, Mega Man X 3, Nobunga's Ambition, Secret of Evermore, Secret of Mana, Soul Blazer, Street Fighter Alpha 2, Super Empire Strikes Back, Super Mario RPG, Super Mario World, The 7th Saga, LoZ: A Link to the Past, Wanderers From Ys III.

It's not everything, but it's most of it. I probably have 3-5 more carts misplaced in the house somewhere. They could all use a good cleaning.

Haven't bought anything new in a long time. A lot of them were auction wins on this new website called eBay, while some came from a Blockbuster store closing (I'll get those stickers off eventually). I do see carts from time to time, but they're mostly titles I don't care for and I'm obviously not after a complete collection.

Up front is probably my rarest game - Ogre Battle, with box and contents. No matter how long I think on this, I don't actually remember how I got it -- only that I couldn't believe I had stumbled across one and that it was so cheap.

 
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I still have some of the Delta Force and Delta Force Extreme Games. Not sure if they would play on Win 10..
 

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Since the box was open anyway, to dig out Mega Man carts from earlier, I thought I might as well take inventory of what's there.

Battle Blaze, Brain Lord, Breath of Fire, Demon's Crest, Doom, Donkey Kong Country 3, Earthbound, Fatal Fury Special, Final Fantasy II (4), Final Fantasy III (6), Final Fantasy Mystic Quest, Final Fight 3, Illusion of GAIA, Lagoon, Lufia, Lufia II, Mega Man X, Mega Man X 3, Nobunga's Ambition, Secret of Evermore, Secret of Mana, Soul Blazer, Street Fighter Alpha 2, Super Empire Strikes Back, Super Mario RPG, Super Mario World, The 7th Saga, LoZ: A Link to the Past, Wanderers From Ys III.

It's not everything, but it's most of it. I probably have 3-5 more carts misplaced in the house somewhere. They could all use a good cleaning.

Haven't bought anything new in a long time. A lot of them were auction wins on this new website called eBay, while some came from a Blockbuster store closing (I'll get those stickers off eventually). I do see carts from time to time, but they're mostly titles I don't care for and I'm obviously not after a complete collection.

Up front is probably my rarest game - Ogre Battle, with box and contents. No matter how long I think on this, I don't actually remember how I got it -- only that I couldn't believe I had stumbled across one and that it was so cheap.

Dude thats a nice collection. Plus you have the Secret to Mana in the damn box!!!


Im after a Neogeo game right now(before I even buy the system for 200US) I have a feeling that Im going to score it.

I was looking for a system that was already modded. BUT it maybe funner to buy a stock one, and do all the mods myself to it. Plus save hell of money on it.
 
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My Nintendo security screw bits came in today. Carts aren't that hard to open as you can usually mod a plastic pen but this set makes it easy. Gotta open up the SNES later and see if it's failure to post is something I can diagnose.



Also picked up a repro label from retrogamecases.com. The Nintendo Seal of Approval is a little off, but I'm otherwise happy with it. It looks silver in the pic, but in person it's just less golden.



It's not for the cart shown, but a duplicate that's much dirtier and the label is of poor quality.

It's also a battery backup game so I picked up a 10-pack of CR2032 holders (like on our motherboards) and will attempt to replace the fixed backup battery. Do it to the dupe before I try Zelda or Secret of Mana :)
 

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I have never seen the battery die in any of them yet. Im sure they do, but that's an awesome idea.

Im sure they dont make 100 percent duplicate labels for repop reasons.

I scored these yestursay. Im super excited about them. US Genesis Ghouls'n Ghost. I have the Jap. SFC, and the US Nes ver. ; getting closer to completing the set.

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During the Bit Wars I was... on both sides :) Started with a Genesis and was blown away by the the blast processing. Then I got a SNES after a fiend introduced me to LoZ:LttP. After that I did the original Zelda, Zelda II, Final Fantasy and any other RPG I could pick up. Emulation helped by filling in a few spots -- including fan-translated ROMs of FF II and FF III. That was so helpful, as this was well before the time Square started porting every game to every platform with official English translations (which were not always as good as fan-translated).

They didn't have the massive color palette of the SNES available to them, but many RPGs on the Genesis worked around it and have their own unique charm. Of course I still enjoy Sonic, though I seem to be missing my copies of 3 and Sonic & Knuckles. Probably mixed into my friends collection when we were roommates.



Not my original Genesis, which was a model 1 I got for Christmas. Don't know where that one came from, nor have any cables for it. That's ok, my NESputer will be Genesis friendly.
 
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GOOD GOD MAN! I totally don't get the retro hardware fad. I just use PC emulators. I've got an emulator for every system I ever owned or played on back in the day, with ROMs for every game I ever played and thousands more. My cousins are always bragging about the new/old NES and Genesis cartridges they just bought. I'm like "yeah I've got all those and then some on my PC...whoopty do!". And "why did you pay money for something you can download off the internet for free?" WTF is wrong with you people? :slap: :nutkick::kookoo:
'cough' it's considered illegal to download any game no matter how old it is, sometimes even if you own the original :eek:
 

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Picked up a Sega Genesis system that is RCA modded. Still mono sound, but I would of rather of it been RF got a good deal on it tho.
 
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