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 on: Yesterday at 07:33:37 PM 
Started by Koop - Last post by fcgamer
I'd just ditch the FDS, and that USB thing looks interesting.

The FDS doesn't have enough unique games on it to be worth the hassle, imo.  It was the biggest dissapointment of my collecting career, thus far

 on: Yesterday at 07:28:21 PM 
Started by nintendodork - Last post by fcgamer
I cannot get this to work on original hardware...anyone have a video of it in action?

will that work on Street Blaster III /Master Fighter III/ Street Fighter III or any of those games derived from it?
because i don't have a copy of Master Fighter VI yet, but the gameplay looks very similar to the ones above.

(Anyone know something that is not in that list?

How about Master Fighter VI'?

Left, Left, B, A, A, Left as the "Push Start" appears on the screen to become a *Super Fighter*

 on: Yesterday at 06:40:41 PM 
Started by Alex930 - Last post by Ghegs
I don't have Insector X myself, but looking at images of it, it's box does look to be the same size as Flipull's.

 on: Yesterday at 06:04:03 PM 
Started by mobiusclimber - Last post by fcgamer
I am guessing it will be Super Maruo?  Or a different game?

Edit:  Also, why stop it with a limited edition?  Are the carts going to be numbered, etc?  Please excuse me for being suspicious and skeptical, but I am personally not a big fan of the idea of Famicom collecting turning the way NES collecting has over the past five years or so...

 on: Yesterday at 06:03:16 PM 
Started by Alex930 - Last post by fcgamer
Is Flipull's box larger than that of games like Insector X?  I could have sworn they were the same size, but after trying to pull out the box and compare (and being unable to locate it), maybe I don't even have Flipull CIB. 

 on: Yesterday at 05:59:02 PM 
Started by DahrenDreamcast - Last post by P
Yeah that's pretty much what I meant. By Sufami ROM I meant the cartridge contains enough 65816 code to make up Super Famicom game.

 on: Yesterday at 05:43:22 PM 
Started by Koop - Last post by waterclocker
I've had great success with the belts from Console5.  I've used probably a few dozen and have had no issues.

 on: Yesterday at 05:42:40 PM 
Started by Alex930 - Last post by P
I see only good games (except I haven't played Flappy)! Me and my brother played the crap out of Chip 'n Dale back in the day. The sequel seems great too, though I only tested it in emulators.

 on: Yesterday at 05:40:42 PM 
Started by petik1 - Last post by petik1
The Ouya was honestly pitiful. I got rid of mine for two reasons. First, the front end was always buggy. Sometimes not loading the store correctly, taking forever to start a game, etc. Second - and the big reason - was the awful input lag. It seemed to be both a software and hardware issue. The controllers that came with the thing had about half a second of lag. Using a PS3 controller improved it somewhat but the lag was still unbearable.

In the end, I got suckered in by the promise of indie games on an inexpensive device. And I'm sure many others were too.

 on: Yesterday at 04:50:20 PM 
Started by Alex930 - Last post by Nightstar699
Beautiful! You ended up finding Chip N Dale 1-2 after all? That is great, I figured it'd be ages before another nice CIB copy of 1 was listed. I see you decided to go for Takahashi 1 to complete the set... it's kinda awkward to have all but one entries of a series, so I can see why.

I completely forgot Cross Fire even existed, thanks for the reminder... adding that one to the list. Maybe Flappy too... I'm usually not into early games, but I do recall playing that one on emulator briefly many years ago, same with "Banana". And then of course Power Blade, best addition of the set.

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