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  1. As I type this, you have SIX wanted threads on the front page of this forum. Is there some reason that all of this crap can't go into one consolidated "GOTHCLAWZ's Wanted List" thread?

     

    Chris

     

    Look, if I WANT something then it doesn't matter who the topic author is because who ever gets me my product gets money. That is the point of this forum and the people who post in my topics get money, so it doesn't matter who it's for as long as the seller gets there money.

     

    That's like saying "I'll sell Jake & Billie some video games, but I won't sell GOTHCLAWZ because I've sold him loads & made loads more money from him already".

     

    You can't read and people like you are annoying, you don't need to post 200 wanted threads, you make one and list the items you are looking for.

     

    Have you even bought a single item yet?

     

    correct me if I'm wrong, but the hardware isn't region specific (FFE didn't manufacturer a PAL vs a NTSC model of its wildcard products).

    also, they are still available (along with the disc dual cases) direct from FFE (I just received mine about 3 weeks ago for a friend and myself)

     

    What do you see in the picture? A PAL SNES. I've seen Australians selling this PAL device too (they use PAL SNESes in Australia).

     

    You're an idiot. Got any PAL joysticks around? :roll:

     

    I think I am gonna start a thread about age check and I.Q. tests in order to join AA.


  2. The fact that Al has dumped it to rom, but hasn't released it (but runs a site that hosts 1,000's of other roms he doesn't really have permission to release roms from)

     

    FREE ROMZ DUDE!!!111!!

     

    It's always the same, "give me - give me - give me", I hope he doesn't release it at all or it doesn't work on emulators. :roll:


  3. Thanks for your wonderful and heart felt response to my comments.

    I wish I had your grasp of the English language and eloquent use of the F word.

    I will continue to update this thread until it is finished and all you assholes who don't like it, can just.....

    ....Well, then don't read my comments concerning this thread.

    I did not ask or want your money, you would not quit pestering me until I accepted it. That was my mistake.

    This is a product in development, and I told you that in advance. It has NO completion date.

    When its finished its finished

    When its not, its not.

    No matter how many months or years that it's been.

    Your refund has been offered several times and refused over the last few months.

    Do I have a shitty attitude? Yes

    Am I a victim here? No.

    Take your refund that I have offered and go away.

     

    Have a nice day :)

     

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  4. On the other hand, you've mentioned in several posts that you don't seem to mind if people choose to play the game for free through emulation. I don't understand that logic since those players would be using the exact same code that you labored over for the commercial release. How can you want to be sure that you're compensated fairly for your effort from people who purchase a physical cartridge but don't care that you won't receive any payment from anyone else?

     

    Nevermind the fact that jokers like Hozer are gonna pump out repros, the day the binary hits the net. :roll:


  5. Wow, total ripoff on the logo, kind of like that unauthorized Gorf homebrew. :-o

     

    What an asshole you are. Really. No REALLY. Jealous talentless troll.

     

    LOL, jealous of you?

     

    A.) You don't know me, hence you have no knowledge about my talents, but you are well known for making assumptions.

    B.) I think someone who is 40+ years old, who needs to form some lame LLC to call themself "professional" to release a homebrew, is really the person that is talentless here.

     

    How many months rent did that "professional" title of yours pay? Did it fill the fridge more than once? :lol:

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  6. Gorf

    was done professionally accordng to they typical mainstream market standards.

     

     

     

     

    * crickets *

    I thought so.

     

    At best you can call it a "Indy" game, which is practically the same as "homebrew".

     

     

    1.) What is your company called?

     

    3D Stooges Software Studios

     

    2.) When was the company registered?

     

    In New Jersey in 2000 as Steven Scavone enterprises DBA 3D Stooges Software Studios

    Split up this year as 3D Stooges Software Studios, LLC to allow my other two teammates

    as equal partners. I still have the Steven Scavone ent. business too.

     

     

    3.) Were taxes paid?

     

    Yes dear Lord were they!

     

    4.) Were royalties paid?

     

    No as there were no royalties required by Jamie Fenton.

     

    5.) What company pressed the discs?

     

    3DSSS, LLC a video game publishing compnay.

     

    6.) Which stores carried it?

     

    It was an on line product. But you could also buy it from Songbird and from a

    few other Jaguar dealers. Scott walters has that list.

     

    * crickets *

     

    Why cuz yer speechelss?

     

    I thought so.

     

    You thought wrong.

     

    You should do yourself some homework or ask questions before you

    make an ass of yourself like just now.

     

    LOL, what do they call that again? Full of yourself?

     

    You got any paperwork you can scan to back that up? If there were no royalties needed, why can't you sell the damn thing then? C&D letter perhaps?

     

    Jeez dude, you really need to get out of your moms basement, burning CDR's on your computer is not making professionally pressed discs.

     

    You crack me up with your lame attempts of insults against most people here and on JS-II. :lol:

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  7. Gorf

    was done professionally accordng to they typical mainstream market standards.

     

    1.) What is your company called?

    2.) When was the company registered?

    3.) Were taxes paid?

    4.) Were royalties paid?

    5.) What company pressed the discs?

    6.) Which stores carried it?

     

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    * crickets *

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    I thought so.

     

    At best you can call it a "Indy" game, which is practically the same as "homebrew".

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