Galaxy Force II for the Sega Genesis.
Galaxy Force II for the Sega Genesis.
I have that same Saturn, but the box is different and it says model number HST-0019. What's the difference?
I found two PS2 imports at a thrift store the other day. I got Pop N Music 8 and Beatmania IIDX 8th Style. I still can't decide if I wanna keep them or not.
1 Sharp Famicom Twin AN-505RD, RGB modded.
DewmanSNK performed this mod to my specifications and it turned out great. After the PPU switch and amp build, he replaced the small RF 5 pol din connector with a Megadrive/Genesis/SMS 8 pol din connector, and wired the RGB and sound with the Megadrive/Genesis/SMS pinout. Any standard Megadrive SCART(or otherwise) RGB cable works out of the box with this system.
I also gutted an old PS2-Neo Geo controller adapter and made an adapter to use my NES 4 score through the 15 pin expansion port. No more short controller wires. Well, unless you need the player 2 mic. But that's rare.
I have two Jaleco carts that are big as well but they also have sound chips.
I am no longer collecting games and am winding down my internet activity significantly.
I posted this on the March 2010 finds thread. I'll post it here also. I picked it up this past weekend at the Flea Market.
Tonight I picked up the PAL version of Jersey Devil for the PS1. It's weird that I've started coming across PAL Playstation games all of a sudden.
I picked up a Japanese Ps2 Slim with Thousand Arms, Genso SUikoden II, FFVII International, Star Ocean: Second Story and Beatmania Gold for PS2 with the IIDX Controller (JP) from craigslist for $50 like two weeks ago. I never knew the beatmania games were so hard.
If anyone wants the games just message me.
Got the PAL SMS version of Bubble Bobble today, looks so much nicer on real hardware, plus it's a real gem on the SMS, blows the NES version out of the water. Not to mention it has 200 levels in it, compared to the original's 100 levels.
I picked this up today, a Japanese Yu-Gi-Oh game for the Gameboy Advance. It was $10.99 in a thrift, but it was half-off at the register.
Tiny Toon Adventures
Arumana No Kiseki (brand new)
Ghost Sweeper Mikami
Akumajō Dracula X: Chi no Rondo
Long story short, I had my eyes on about five Famicom games over at Japangamestock.com, I checked the games to see if they were still in stock yesterday, and they were, but I was too tired so I decided to wait untill today before ordering them. Only one of them was still in stock this morning!
The pictures above are the result of a shopping spree in anger and disbelief.
Last edited by Nico87; 04-05-2010 at 09:20 AM.
Unfortunately I discovered that Ghost Sweeper Mikami for the PC Engine is a graphical adventure, and not a platform/beat-em-up like the Super Famicom version. I was sure that the Super Famicom version was just a port of the PC Engine version, so I'm trying to make a deal which gets me Super Darius for the PC Engine if I return GS Mikami.
Either way impossible to play without knowing Japanese.
Miracle Girls! Been looking for this CIB for some time now, and it arrived today. Pretty addicting, though I'm sure it was meant for 10-year old Japanese girls when it was released.
Now I just need to find DoReMi Fantasy and Ghost Sweeper Mikami, both Super Famicom, complete in box, then I'll lay off the SFC for a while.
Last edited by Nico87; 04-07-2010 at 01:16 PM.
I would love to find good cases (or even dustcovers!) for Super Famicom games. Right now, I use SNES dustcovers for all my games, which works okay, but it would be even better to have cases/dustcovers designed specifically for SFC/PAL SNES. I wonder how well those "universal game cases" work with SFC. I imagine there's at least a slight bit of sliding around...