Discussion in 'Rare and Obscure Gaming' started by ASSEMbler, Apr 24, 2007.
Probably my model 0 NTSC-U launch Dreamcast made in Japan. The thing is a TANK!
A Car Marty, bought it from a guy in Stockholm for around €20.
I wonder what PAL (EU) and PAL (RU) means? For retail PS2 there's no difference, EU console will run russian game and vice versa, it's nothing like NES with 2 PAL regions. Or they just made separate regions just because but they are compatible anyway?
The rarest system I have must be my boxed and complete PAL Multimega which i bought on eBay in 2007:
The rarest game must be my new and still sealed PAL Super Aleste game for the Super nintendo which I bought on a forum in 2005:
But they are not the things which I'm most proud to own, that must be my 2 pristine PAL gameboy systems including Kirby games, which I bought on eBay in 2007:
A few of my items/games:-
Holy shit @Gooner692 you got some really nice highly collectable items! Bring on the SEGA love You should definitely open a dedicated collection thread and showcase your treasures.
It would prob either be my mario statue or this
custom made Super Mario World Bowser and his Balloon Clown Car
I love it!!
Tetris For Sega Mega Drive Japan Japenese NTSC-J Complete in Box...which I am considering selling.
I have a prototype of the fist mario bros. the one that came out on famicom and nes
Are they any differences with the retail version ?
im not sure, i need to buy the famicom and test it
You're probably going to have to post some sort of picture of that. No disrespect or anything, but a beta of that particular game from a new user is low on the believability scale. Although by all means, I'd love you to prove otherwise, as I would be very interested to see it.
Better yet, if you have a collection you'd like to share pictures of I'm sure we'd all love to see them. We're way into that stuff here
Neat early piracy device. Shame they keep being sold as prototypes when they arent.
i bought it from a person from japan a while back, he was selling this one a long with other prototypes that i knew were legit and when he played it on his famicom it was the original mario famicom/nes game. i dont have a famicom yet but when i get one i will be checking for differences on this prototype
I think that it's just bootleg/pirated game. A prototype would have at least Nintendo's logo or even name with short disclaimer. Try to open it up and see what is inside. Maybe there is more information on PCB.
I also think that it is just a piracy cart filled with a build or SMB.
Its an early piracy device. I doubt Nintendo was using them. It isn't the first one that has been seen around here.
Yes, Nintendo wasn't using them. And yes, we have seen some cart like this here, as the one on this thread :
Not the exact same cart but the same kind.
Anyway, you may have something great on it, but I am really not sure of that....
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