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 on: Today at 09:07:10 AM 
Started by Protoman - Last post by Shumi Nagaremono
There's plenty of gre...goo...dece.... 

Yeah, maybe don't spend too much money on Japanese beer.  Not a great cost/value ratio.  Unless you do the aforementioned nomihodai.  In which case, hey, go nuts!  Smiley

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 on: Today at 08:40:13 AM 
Started by Protoman - Last post by 80sFREAK
 I would highly recommend avoid food from unknown sources(yup restaurants), because most Tokyo supplies are around Fukushima, Chiba and Ibaragi area. If you are ok with some extra minerals, which you can get, go ahead. Same about fish.

 And don't waste your money on japanese "beer"

Otherwise all good.

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 on: Today at 08:28:14 AM 
Started by maxellnormalbias - Last post by 80sFREAK
Possible, but with tape recorder it's much easier  Roll Eyes

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 on: Today at 08:04:23 AM 
Started by JC - Last post by Shumi Nagaremono
After work, I stopped by one of my favorite little places, "Friend" in Kawasaki (near Musashi-Shinjyou station).  Walked out with a Super Famicom console w/ 2 controllers (my first EVER, somehow) and Contra Spirits for a combined total of 2,670 yen. 

I'm thrilled to FINALLY have a Super Famicom and DOUBLE thrilled to have scored Contra Spirits on the same day.  Gonna be a fun weekend!

 5 
 on: Today at 03:37:34 AM 
Started by XC-3730C - Last post by Pikkon
Yup,a US psu will work fine on a pal gamecube.

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 on: Today at 01:46:04 AM 
Started by maxellnormalbias - Last post by maxellnormalbias
According to a YouTube video you could faintly hear it if you turned the volume up on the Famicom or NES, and then you could record that. Since the Fami expansion port actually gives audio out, I wouldn't say it's a stretch that the Family Basic keyboard is just regurgitating the audio output of the Famicom.

But the audio *input* would have to be done via a keyboard, yeah.

Has anyone tried this, and has it worked (using the keyboard or famicom audio)

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 on: Today at 01:39:07 AM 
Started by mario_bro2065 - Last post by maxellnormalbias
I know FW is pretty polite, but any odds this is a troll post?
Seems unlikely.

I guess, but on an old forum I went to there were lots of trolls that posted weird threads. (e.g. "If you have a famicom, I can sell this rare vintage cart to you, it's called 'Super Mario Brothers' and is an obscure hidden famicom gem. I'm asking $600 for this game, which is a great deal considering how rare this game is.")

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 on: Today at 12:47:12 AM 
Started by mario_bro2065 - Last post by UglyJoe
I know FW is pretty polite, but any odds this is a troll post?
Seems unlikely.

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 on: Today at 12:45:11 AM 
Started by maxellnormalbias - Last post by UglyJoe
Yeah, you can use any recording device.

Won't work with the NES, since the audio that you need to record comes out of a port on the Family Basic keyboard (or other accessory).

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 on: Yesterday at 11:57:12 PM 
Started by maxellnormalbias - Last post by maxellnormalbias
Could you possibly use the Fami Cassette Recorder functionality just by recording the famicom's output with a computer? This way you could save levels without a cassette player (or without a Famicom, you could even use the NES!)

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