So recently a guy on a local page advertised a lot of 19 N64 games for $150NZD (there were some good ones, mischief makers, turok 1&2 LoZ oot & MM etc) anyway, he dropped them off, I looked through they all looked fine, he left, and I found this in the bag. Plus their were 20 games, not 19
My N64s are in storage in my parents home city at the moment, and I dont have any tools, so I wants the best way to open this thing to look at it?? Also is their any way of telling if the other games he sold me are bootleg?? they all look legit, but I dont want to trust them now
Any of you recognize this screen? Today is an important day for me. I found this video, which is of the 1st console I ever had and holds enormous nostalgia value to me. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o2q8FnGEusY
Now I'm looking for information on how to get this ROM running. Does it exist? Can normal NES emulators even run it?
>>2929431 I've read somewhere additional chips were needed on the original hardware other than just the ROM. And since they're famiclones and not the official hardware, emulators probably don't cover it.
Looking for Evolution 2: Far off promise for the Dreamcast (PAL version). Pretty rare game. For trade/sale I got about half of all the PAL dreamcast set, reply to me if you want to buy any. I also have a few PAL Dreamcast systems and many controllers for it but I figure nobody here is interested.
Oh man, I remember having an opportunity to buy one of these with Power Points and passing on it when I was a teenager. I'm paring down my collection otherwise I'd go for it. Scratch or no scratch, $200 is a pretty good price, depending on your budget, based on what the nicer ones are going for. I'm not one for encouraging resller scum, but you should be able to get your money back if buyers' remorse hits you.
hey op I don't suggest playing this unless you've cleared the first game
I mean, it's a great game by itself, but a lot of the charm of SU2 is the charm of recruiting the old characters that you used to play with in the first and seeing what they're up to.
I'm just assuming you didn't play the first though, maybe you already did. If you didn't I highly suggest you go back and do that one first and save your data so you can recruit the secret character in 2
So I just bought a SNES about a week ago and a game genie. I finally got some games that work for the SNES but I can't get the game genie to work. I have enclosed a picture of what my tv looks like when I plug in the game genie. If anyone can help I would gladly appreciate it.
This thread is for the spirited discussion of CRT displays - Televisions, monitors and projectors used for the playing of retro games!
>Try to keep it /vr/-related: Nothing past 5th gen(+Dreamcast). Slight OT might be okay if related to CRTs (E.G. 16:9 compatible models, flatscreens, etc.) Systems with backwards compatibility are also pretty safe territory, assuming you're focusing on the older games. PC CRTs are also a-ok. >Produce OC! Get... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I have a question about CRT's wearing out, and how to tell what the problem is.
I have a Smile KFC CA-2011 PC CRT rebadged by Viewmaster, and I'd like help determining if the capacitors are failing. It's not anywhere near bright enough unless I set the termination to high - and then it gets blurry from signal reflection along with the fact it's still not very bright.
However, if I displayed any one quarter of the screen white, that quarter can get nice and bright. But if i then changed the whole screen to that same white, it only stays bright... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>tfw need to move out of my mother's house >tfw checking the price of my classic game collection because I need the money and moving them will be a drag >checking ebay for the price of them >the price of most games are more than double what I paid for them years ago
Holy fucking shit, much better than expected. When did retro gaming become so expensive?
In the last five or six years. It's steadily been going up since probably 2005 but since maybe 2011 it's fucking exploded. I would say "now is the time to sell" but honestly with all the system on a chip consoles around now and the interest in retro due to indie games, I'm beginning to think we won't be seeing prices go down anytime soon.
I recently came across a 5200 at goodwill and it came with a few games. One of games that came with the set was Frogger, but it came in this weird "software" box with the name of the game hand written on it. Does anyone have any more information about this box? I couldn't find anything online about it.
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