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Recent content by dj898

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    This forum to close in 30 days

    it's a shame. guess it will be another chapter in my memory...
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    Is Retrocade only way to dump MD ROM ?

    given that this build was about 6 months before the release it didn't look that different from what little I played. <iframe allowfullscreen="" frameborder="0" height="300" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/txE_sshApMA?wmode=opaque" width="500"></iframe>
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    Japanese computers

    like Nintendo for Japanese PC NEC PC-88/98 series were the kings of the hill. <img alt=":)" class="mceSmilieSprite mceSmilie1" src="styles/default/xenforo/clear.png" title="Smile :)"/> still there were many other models and personally I used FM-7 as well as PC-8001 (later updated to...
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    Japanese Saturn Modem

    no it won't work. unlike Netlink Modem the Japanese X-BAND Modem is designed to dial into the central server using the media card as the charging method. Since there's no longer the center server maintained by Sega it's useless there will be nothing to manage the matching service and others.
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    Japanese Saturn Modem

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    The most complete Saturn expansion cards

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    The most complete Saturn expansion cards

    with regards to the Direct Save features I believe there were backup memory cart that supported the feature back then.
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    Victor Modem Cartridge (RN-M141)

    When people are thinking about the Saturn modem they are thinking of the Saturn X-BAND Modem cartridge sold by Sega. However, not widely known but there was another Saturn Modem cartridge made by Victor. You probably more familiar with the V-Saturn console made by Victor, not the Modem...
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    The most complete Saturn expansion cards

    Where’s the Pseudosaturn ? <img alt=":)" class="mceSmilieSprite mceSmilie1" src="styles/default/xenforo/clear.png" title="Smile :)"/>
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    Sinden Lightgun announcement

    I have the SONY LCD TV with the Multi AV port (See <a class="internalLink" href="http://assemblergames.com/threads/sony-wega-klv-15ap2.42660/">http://assemblergames.com/threads/sony-wega-klv-15ap2.42660/ ) to play with Playstation. I asked the creator whether if used with the SONY's...
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    Saturn sample console

    I found these short video of comparing the sample console against the launch console (which had been modified as part of Cross CartDev system). Honestly I thought lost them for good but apparently it was among the unlabeled memory cards all along. <img alt=":)" class="mceSmilieSprite...
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    FS: Sony T10000 with CD/DVD emu, KOEI EGWord &Printer for PS1, Bleach Hanatareshi Yabou design docs

    interesting they bundled the Lexmark printer for PS bundle whereas they bundled Cannon printer for Saturn bundle. <img alt=":)" class="mceSmilieSprite mceSmilie1" src="styles/default/xenforo/clear.png" title="Smile :)"/>
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    Sega Saturn VCD Cards

    Try this one. <a class="externalLink" href="https://archive.org/details/cd_PhotoCD_-_100_Antique_Maps_in_PhotoCD_Format" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">https://archive.org/details/cd_PhotoCD_-_100_Antique_Maps_in_PhotoCD_Format</a>