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BDW last won the day on October 6 2011

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  1. Are you sure you're using the cracked rom file? Here's a thread with people having a similar issue. See if this has any affect:
  2. Gameplay videos are now popping up. It's a shame this build got shelved, Rare really knew how to use the N64 hardware to its fullest extent.
  3. A late build of Dinosaur Planet for the N64 got leaked. Current estimate is that it's 90% complete. Devs are working right now to fix software bugs and get it completely playable. Crazy stuff. Here's the archive.org link for the unaltered ROM file. Playability is hit or miss on emulators but apparently it works well on actual hardware.
  4. .....because it's a video discussing an arcade game?
  5. It is a bad thing considering Robinhood receives a huge portion of its revenue from Citadel LLC. Citadel LLC, if you recall, invested in Melvin Capital to bail it out after getting squeezed from the Gamestop short. Robinhood knows what side its bread is buttered on. Robinhood isn't looking to protect retail customers, it's looking to protect its own bottom line.
  6. My favorite part about this ordeal is learning that not only does Itchy sockpuppet, but he argues with his own sockpuppet accounts.
  7. Youd put more than $130 into building an equivalent cocktail cab, that's for sure
  8. Okay. The horizontal freq and vertical hold pots for the G07-FBO are located on the monitor chassis board. If you want to adjust them safely then I'd suggest discharging the monitor and removing it from the cocktail. It's a pain in the ass to adjust it with the monitor in the cab.
  9. I'll dig into my centipede cocktail when I get home in an hour or so. I remember adjusting it somewhere but I cant remember where.
  10. Hnnnnnnnng... I've been looking for one of those for a while. Such an awesome theme/artwork
  11. If you want a non-joking reply, heres my take: it's worth whatever someone is willing to pay for it. Really. These things are rare enough that theres no real pricing info and depending on your location this can be either very rare or somewhat common. If you're looking to sell, I would start high and lower it as time goes on. If you're looking to buy, I personally wouldnt pay more than $400 for a nice working example. But if you really want it dont feel bad about paying more.
  12. Picked up this Centipede cocktail from a local collector. Advertised as working with rebuilt trackballs. I met up with him and of course when we pulled it out of his storage shed and plugged it in it didnt work. I was able to get the test mode to work, so I guessed it was something like a rom chip getting unseated due to the cold. So, I haggled him down another 50 bucks and got an additional centipede board thrown in. I went home, started fiddling with rom chips and had it working in 5 minutes New overlays are on the way, dont worry
  13. Bought 3 NIB Dell E773s 17" monitors for 50 bucks the other day. 10 years ago I would have balked at something like this but nowadays these things are worth their weight in gold. One went to my brother's DOS rig, the other 2 went to replacing arcade monitors with horrible burn in. Dog not included.
  14. I just want you to know no matter how hard you project on the internet to total strangers, Marcin Iwiński and Michał Kiciński are not going to be friends with you. At the end of the day all they care about is your money. I know nothing I say will convince you otherwise, but companies like CDPR dont care about you at all. Feel free to send another 6 paragraph essay my way but I'm not going to read it
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