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  1. then turn it off and stfu, you know why I never complain about kingdom hearts, cause I played the first one for like a full hour and returned it to the store. wow
  2. And this is the biggest misconception, no it is not a clone, its an approximation and just like I said at the beginning of this thread it all depends on who makes it. There might be emulation that is extremely accurate There might be FPGA implementation that is just enough to make it work it might be vice versa, but that magical acronym doesnt mean its instantly the best of the best and flawless, its just a chip off digikey that someone chose (I mean here's one for 1.18$ im sure it plays a mean game of breakout, has to its FPGA)
  3. production has begun? heh ...
  4. make sure the physical size is the same (measure it) and that the volts and amps are correct, which means you might be better off getting it from digikey, mouser, etc rather than onehunglow who knows aliexpress
  5. nothing turns up on findchips, its just a generic rocker switch anyway, nothing special about it
  6. really? must be cause I always buy off brand cheapo's lol, I know my tiny little craig does pal fine, as do my 2 older TCL's and I am in NTSC land
  7. I have never ran across a LCD (LED is the backlight) that doesnt work with NTSC and PAL... they use a universal decoder board and the panel is not locked to the wall frequency
  8. yes the PBP is a executable playstation portable file, not just a disk image and can be anything from simple programs to game launchers or bootable disk images, I think but am probably totally wrong but I think its Playstation Binary Package
  9. yea but now I need to make an ataribawx
  10. yup, I have not used this thing in a while, work is tight, baby on the way, looking at my BOM cost I am selling it pretty much for the price of the base material, not including labor, paint, graphics, 3d printing filler plates for the jag shell, and setup ... but yea couple bills would pay a baby bill and its sitting around
  11. For sale is the coleco chameleon that I made while all that fiasco was going on, its essentially a raspberry pi in a box. What you get is ... Meanwell Power supply (I forget the exact specs its on the bottom of the board, I think its 5a) Custom board to handle power on and off though the case power switch and LED Raspberry Pi 3B (not 3B +) 1.2Ghz quad core, 1GB ram, wifi + BT 16 GB SD card for OS (like 10 gigs free) Extensions to break out 3 USB ports, HDMI port, Wired network port, and analog AV ports ASUS Bluetooth controller (normal generic xbox 360 style) Custom cart containing a 120GB Samsung MSATA SSD on a USB 3.0 Converter that is mostly full of "stuff" Coleco Chameleon brochure from the 2016 New York Toy Fair along with an invite to the 2017 Retro Gaming & Collectibles Expo One mostly used roll of electrical tape Items that are also included but not what one would call features ... DVD containing backup of OS, power control script, custom splash screen, and some basic instructions if you need Half meter long USB 3.0 male female extension cord so one can actually plug the 120GB jag cart into a computer to manage roms HDMI cable Power Cable What I am asking ... 250$ Shipped, USA and Paypal only Thanks for looking, stay safe
  12. seems like natural evolution to me, people were ______ enough to give them 3 million dollars
  13. dunno, didn't really care for the franchise in the first place and it looks like a soulless flash game, least the originals had something enticing about them ... more than a scrolling jpeg and some cell shading with slow moving animation bobbing up and down cause yea ... people bob up and down at a slow rate when trying to kick your ass
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