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18-02-2012, 21:06   #8101
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HarumaN is his ID, you can also get him to buy the pads for you and he just adds them to the overall price - if you don't already have the pads then that would probably the cheaper and faster option I reckon. Think he has a pic of the DC hack on his thread on AO.
Yeah, make sure to go for the Dreamcast MadCatz Pad hack as the L and R triggers are already digital in that pad and apparently have less lag than the official pad hack.

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I see he does Saturn pads as well. Might be worth looking into.
What are the connectivity options to hook a Saturn up to an arcade monitor though?

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Yeah will go for Madcatz pad cheers.
Mmmm I'd Love a Saturn connected to cab
I've seen some all in one box solutions for jamma conenction knocking around before...very pricey though
Otherwise I think you can hack the scart cable for A/V
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18-02-2012, 23:47   #8103
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I got a null modem last night.
What does this mean?
I can download files at a whopping 2400bps on the IBM XT.




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18-02-2012, 23:53   #8104
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Went to a market today, saw these and was like "ooohhhhh...."

But then I looked closer at them and was like "Agh!"


The guy selling them said they were out in his shed for the past few years and were just bunched together. He had a few other NES games as well but those two were actually the best condition NES games he had! Both games play perfectly when I popped them into the NES but it's a real a real pity about the covers. Also the manuals are like bricks now so I don't think I'll bother trying to open them.

Also from the same chap :

These are working fine and are both in perfect condition.
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19-02-2012, 20:44   #8106
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Just won Chibi Robo: Park Patrol for the DS, as a companion for the Chibi Robo I picked up last week for the GC, which is nice!
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My old school Casio F-91W watches arrived today. I'd forgotten how light they were and that green bulb that lights up the screen, old school.

I love it


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got one of these today
Its fake as hell (didnt spend much so not bothered), and oddly enough the back light can be customized by holding down the light button , leave it on too long and it flashes every colour at an alarming rate , like some sort of tiny disco backlight.
Its funny though that someone out there is making a fake version of a really cheap watch.(and adding a set multicoloued LEDS).
Just remind me to take it off if I'm going through US customs though...
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20-02-2012, 13:51   #8108
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got one of these today
Its fake as hell (didnt spend much so not bothered), and oddly enough the back light can be customized by holding down the light button , leave it on too long and it flashes every colour at an alarming rate , like some sort of tiny disco backlight.
Its funny though that someone out there is making a fake version of a really cheap watch.(and adding a set multicoloued LEDS).
Just remind me to take it off if I'm going through US customs though...
There's a huge market for cheap fakes of cheap watches.
A dollar cheaper can make a massive difference in some countries(like China).

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Just won Chibi Robo: Park Patrol for the DS, as a companion for the Chibi Robo I picked up last week for the GC, which is nice!
I really enjoyed CRPP and Retr0 got it as well the other week, need to get a copy myself soon.
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Hooray!
Puzzle Bobble for the Wonderswan just turned up this morning!
Not an Italian ball bag hair in sight!
Works too!
Nicely boxed, everything in perfect condition.
Plays nicely as well.

Now...
What feedback to I leave him???
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Hooray!
Puzzle Bobble for the Wonderswan just turned up this morning!
Not an Italian ball bag hair in sight!
Works too!
Nicely boxed, everything in perfect condition.
Plays nicely as well.

Now...
What feedback to I leave him???
Has to be negative really, after the way he treated you.
I'd also report him, but I'm just a b@stard that way

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"Batman Kung Fu"

Now that would make for an interesting game.






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"Batman Kung Fu"

Now that would make for an interesting game.
Oh, I remember the day in Ciderdude's when I saw this title on MAME. Disappointing it doesn't do exactly what it says on the tin, but still awesome.

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Street Fighter III Double Impact for the dreamcast. Not really new but I thought I had lost it and I've spent a good three days tearing the house apart to find it, hell I even went into the charity book shop in town and asked did I drop it in with some books. Always coming back to the same stupid and unhelpful thought, 'It should be on top of the tele.'. Three days and not a glimpse did I catch of it, so I gave up the quest to find it.
Fast forward two weeks and hey presto, its found when I was searching for a book for my course. In a wardrobe half down a stack of books. What the heck was it doing there? Makes no sense as I haven't touched those books in ages.
It's a pity I'm crap at it.

Has anyone else this problem with stuff being all over the house? RGB cables in the utensil drawer, games staked in with books, masses of loose carts in bedside lockers, boxes of controllers in the sitting room ...
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Some of my latest goodies....AV modded and has a USB connection ( Has gone yellowish )



Two Sinclair Spectrum Games....



Some PS2 Games.....



other Games.....

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