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  1. Sorry for my bad terminology. What I'm basically saying is you don't need to do anything to your standard Wii to use this service, no hacking, no Homebrew Channel, mod mod chips. Just changing the DNS and waiting a minute and a half is all you need and you're playing with a dedicated group of fanboys keeping the Wii alive. I think it's awesome. AND FREE
  2. Hi there, not sure if anyone else posted this but I thought I'd share. This guy's instructions on how to play your non-modded Wii online again in present day totally works. I just played Tatsunoko vs Capcom online tonight for the first time in years!
  3. no worries, I saw some power supplies for sale on eBay and they all say center should be negative EU AC/DC 9V 1A Switching Power Supply adapter, negative polarity inside
  4. I'll be there and would love an AA badge please to go with my collection of previous years' badges.
  5. Just picked up a Grandstand Firefox F7 tabletop and it works great but instead of batteries I'd like to plug it into the wall. Only problem is the instructions say to use the Grandstand Mains Power Adapter and to flick the switch on the back of it to negative. Their quote is "Set polarity switch to negative polarity" Can't get an official Grandstand Mains Power Adapter but the good news is I have a Universal Adapter ... now my only problem is what should the pin configuration be? Center positive or center negative. Anyone know?
  6. I've looked at several versions and your BEST one is the one leaked and runable on PC, the one wongojack mentioned, if you can get it somewhere. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6w1w67X9DR8 Having said that the mini cab is a lot of fun too, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sv1ubdfYgfo
  7. I'm interested in that Asteroids machine but I got to try the 1Up unit and man oh man the ship did not respond well to button presses so I'm worried that a mini version of the same game will suck.
  8. I saw three Retron 77's on the shelf at Frye's on my way to the NW Pinball and Arcade show last weekend. They were $69.99, was that a good price? I never see Retrons on store shelves and I'm kinda kicking myself I didn't pick one up.
  9. interesting but too bad that video barely shows anything about them, I will be interested and keep an eye open ... having said that mini-pinball machines are notoriously victims of slow down the moment you get a multiball situation going so I'd be surprised we'd ever see a small PinMAME device of any type until you get into expensive odroid / raspberry pi territory
  10. And a new challenger enters the ring ..... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_37Z-2jLVuU
  11. I totally agree, a design where we can tell what position the Difficulty Switches are in just by glancing at them would be nice.
  12. just did a followup video on this topic https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1tBx90NaGBY
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