Captain Power And The Soldiers Of The Future: The Complete Series DVD set
Metropolis: Giorgio Moroder Special Edition Blu-ray
Starchaser: The Legend Of Orin DVD
Some loose Super Famicom carts: Kiki Kaikai Tsukiyozoushi (Pocky & Rocky 2), GeGeGe no Kitaro, Final Fight 2, and Super E.D.F.
Found out I couldn't use my U.S. SNES controller with Super E.D.F. The game wouldn't let me change the difficulty in the options menu, and there were no enemies on the stage. But as soon as I plugged in the Japanese Super Famicom controller, it worked perfectly. I've never had a Super Famicom game do this before.
Snow Bros. Nick & Tom
That's messed up? Are you playing on a Super Famicom or Super NES? Do you have any third party controllers you can try? Does anyone else also have the SFC version of the game to try this?Originally Posted by JFLY
Joe, I'm playing on a Super Famicom and yes, I have a Japanese Hori rapid-fire pad that worked fine with it. I hate playing with Super Famicom pad because of the ridiculously short cord.
Japanese MD Sega Arcade Pad has ridiculously short cord as short as the Japanese MD Hori Mega Commander Pad...
I wonder if they did it thinking about those ~10mē "apartments" that were there.
Most of the time I have to use my Tyco Power Plugs as extension cords for these controllers if I want to properly here my stereo speakers... It's really annoying sometimes.
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All local buys after game shopping all day with a friend
Finally got a pic of my $10 Frogger:
The pic doesn't really show the amount of water damage this thing has - I'm going to have to replace the lower 6 inches of the sides at a minimum. Surprisingly, the marquee isn't bad & the only thing that appears to be missing is the boardset (kind of important, but I'm surprised @ this price).
My console collection:
Sega: Game Gear, Master System, Genesis, CD, 32x, Saturn, Dreamcast
Nintendo: GB, GBP, GBC, GBA, GBA SP, GBM, DS, 3DS, NES, SNES, 64, Gamecube w/ GB Player, Wii
Atari: Lynx, TeleGames Super Pong, 2600, 5200, 7800, Jaguar
Sony: PSP, Vita, PS1, PS2, PS3
Others: Astrocade, NGP, NGPC, WonderSwan Color, Intellivision, ColecoVision, TurboGrafx 16, 3DO Fz-1, xBox, xBox 360
Got this for $45.
In the pictures:
- Atari 2600 Jr. (short rainbow)
- x2 VCS joysticks
- Video Touch Pad
- Space Attack
- Plaque Attack
- Star Raiders
- Yars' Revenge
- Missile Command
- Crystal Castles
Everything comes with it's manual and there's an Atari Force #3 comic. All the older Atari-made games are picture-label versions (not text only).
Nice haul, Guntz. Missile Command is my favorite VCS game. Can the 2600 Jr output composite or just RF?
You know who else loves Sega....
Nope, RF only. It can be modded for S-Video, composite and either mono or stereo sound though. Most of these 2600 / VCS systems have those capabilities.
The 2600 does actually have two separate audio channels, they are just shorted together before going to the RF modulator. You can cut that short and with a few components you can have stereo. Some games like Pitfall have music on one channel and sound effects on the other, so sometimes mono is better, hence needing a switch.
edojapan76: Nice haul right there.
One thing though: what GBC game is that?
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