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[ Oct 13 2003 ]

New Zumi Console

Zumi’s done up a Neo Geo plush.





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[ Sep 6 2003 ]

Sharp X68000 Bonanza

Dug up a page I made a couple of years ago comparing screenshots of the X68000 version of (Ghouls n Ghosts) against the Arcade version, and as a bonus there’s comparisons of the Genesis + SuperGrafx versions. Also here’s a WIP: an X68000 Info Page with gobs of screenshots and some info on the hardware. […]





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[ Aug 27 2003 ]

Sega Hardware Guide

This is the most complete guide to Sega hardware in the universe, as far as I know. It covers all their hardware from the 8-bit pre-Master System stuff to the MegaDrive, Saturn and Dreamcast. There is a discussion thread on the NFGgames forum.





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[ Jul 2 2003 ]

Another weird thing.

Picked up this strange Saturn modem recently. Apparently it’s from Nissan, or something (Thanks Millar) but little more is known. If you know, tell me!





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[ May 15 2003 ]

The Sega + Samsung Saturn

Well, it really does exist. Please have a look at the incredibly rare and virtually unheard of Samsung Saturn. Mad props to The Gord for procuring this bit of novelty for me. Please pass your most magnificent eyes over this baby right here.





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[ May 6 2003 ]

Current Goings on:

Found my old SNES JAMMA system under a pile of MSX hardware today. It’s ugly, but it works. Also here’s an early look at a WIP: Konami’s 3DO M2-based Polystars.





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[ May 2 2003 ]

What’s this thing?

Found this white Saturn the other day. It has a Sonic silhouette on the lid. What is it? Where’s it from? I can’t find any info on it at all… If you know anything, please leave a comment!





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[ Apr 7 2003 ]

Neo Geo RGB/Composite Revisions

SNK tweaked the console over the life of the system. No surprise there, gotta keep things moving or you die, right? Well, many in the Neo community didn’t want you to know what changed, when, and how. One secret email to me later, along with a chart and some clues, and… Well, have a look.





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[ Mar 12 2003 ]

Micomsoft’s XSelect-D4 Reviewed

Jeremy Pallant may be long winded, but he’s also very thorough. Please read his incredibly detailed review of Micomsoft’s world-beating XSelect-D4 component/RGB transcoder. Update! Jeremy’s whipped up a shorter NFG-style review if you want to get the bottom line faster.





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[ Jan 22 2003 ]

Some weird prototype gear

For your viewing enjoyment and wonderment, some protype PC Engine gear and a few pics of some MegaDrive protos: MD Floppy Drive, a MD Floppy + keyboard and a MD FDD + touchpad. None of these items were released, but in the case of the PC Engine gear you can clearly see where some of […]





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