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About T-REX

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  1. "I love listening to these little piss-ant soldiers trying to talk tough. They make me laugh. If Kevtris were here, he'd laugh too." Sorry but I couldn't resist!
  2. Kevtris, what can I say but incredible work, as with the Nt. For those of you who are in the process of installing jailbreak firmware, keep in mind that the console LED will flash red, then turn to solid red for a good few minutes. The system will load to main menu when it's complete. Have faith!
  3. If Kevtris wanted a real challenge, he would attempt to build a X68000 core. Now that would be epic!
  4. Interesting point. I think they're totally separate markets. There are people who want fidelity over all. And there are people who want nostalgia. Some people (myself included) want both but understand that they cannot exist in the same machine. Even if you mod original hardware, it's not the same experience you had as a kid playing over RF or composite. Nobody back then talked about scan lines or number of sprites. I think collectors who get mad at the fact that emulators or "clone consoles" (I hate that term) exist are missing the point. But that's just me.
  5. Kevtris - wanted to join the bandwagon to express appreciation for the terrific work on the Nt mini. One suggestion for the instructions regarding the SMS core. Your instructions indicate a location for the SMS bios to be saved as a .bin file. All the bios versions I've come across are available in .sms format. Simply renaming the file as smsbios.bin seemed to work in terms of getting the os to recognize the bios. But I wanted to point this out since some users may be confused about the file extension mismatch. Not sure if this is an obvious point or not. Thanks again and keep up the great work. Looking forward to upcoming versions (and obviously the Z3K).
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