I have to say I disagree with Kevin on this. I hope the guy makes 10x his investment on these. Although i would have been happy to get the rom emailed to me after purchase so i can play via emulators, I totally understand why he doesn't release the roms at least until his money is made back.
I don't see it as dirty, I see it as smart. Allthough just my opinion. From my perspective, he did exactly what he said he would. Get these games, not one but all of them in the hands of lynx fans quickly and relatively inexpensively. I for one can't actually believe I may have my hands on these by next weekend! For that I am extremely and unbelievably happy and satisfied with all of this.
Again, think of the alternative... these could be sitting in a closet like that of the original owner for the next 30 years or more, or someone's upcoming projects tab on a website for 20 years with no light at the end if the tunnel. Not picking on anyone impetiular, but it happened, you all know this.
Some homebrew authors won't release a Rom until a year after the physical release to curb piracy. Can't say I blame them. Would I like to see these just released in rom form? Sure, but also happy that I can purchase in physical form now.
These could easily be lost to time forever given the current status of our planet's situation. Could also be last opportunity to ever see this game. I for one want the opportunity to see what could have been with these unreleased titles.
Again, just my 2 cents.
And for what it's worth, Thank you, thank you for doing what you said you were going to do. Release these games in a timely and not too expensive fashion and not hoard them so no one can play them ever.
Again I was only expecting a character select screen on Guardians given the limited info from the original owner and past rom dump. Come to find out its actually a playable demo. Couldn't be happier with that news...