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News NES Flash Cartridge released

Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by Guest-16, 15 Jun 2007.

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  2. DXR_13KE

    DXR_13KE BananaModder

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    to late, to expensive and not for me.
    but a good initiative.
     
  3. Krikkit

    Krikkit All glory to the hypnotoad! Super Moderator

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    That looks awesome. Alright it's late, but that's tough tbh, better late than never! :D
     
  4. riggs

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    Pretty cool, but too expensive imo. Give it a while and you'll probably be able to pick up a cheaper 'clone'...

    I mean, ffs, you can pick up GBA/DS flash carts for <$50...this is older tech, so why is it more expensive?
     
  5. LVMike

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    i would play ball at the 90$ range but, it is to late i donated my NES to GoodWill yesterday.
     
  6. devdevil85

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    I have every NES game created (ROMS of course) and when I use emulation it looks almost twice as good as what it would on the original NES console through AA and buffering techniques AND it fits my entire projection screen when I bump up the resolution. Why would anyone want this at the price it is? Why wouldn't you just use emulation? cause it's free.
     
  7. DXR_13KE

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    and illegal...... most of the time.
     
  8. completemadness

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    emulation is illegal ??? since when ?
     
  9. Bauul

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    Well, emulation itself isn't, it's the roms you run on it that are usually illegal. Basically you have to own an original copy of the game, then you may download one copy alone of a ROM, as part of the "it's legal to make a single backup of any owned media" law. But most people don't own the original cartridages, hence the problem.
     
  10. completemadness

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    but in the original context
    He is saying that using an emulator is free, rather then paying $135 or whatever for this silly cartridge (which will still leave you in the same ROM related legal issues)
     
  11. mattthegamer463

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    Why would anyone need this? If you download ROMs your supposed to have a legitimate copy, so if you do, why do you need a flash cart when you have the original one? I just say play it on your PC, it looks so much better and you can mod a NES controller to play them with if you want to get that retro-experience.
     
  12. SNIPERMikeUK

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    MMMMmmmmmm!!!

    It's like one of these really good ideas u have but never get round to doing for years.....and at that price point, me thinks u could get a lot of NES for your money or SNES it was far superior and can even be modded to 60hz.
     
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