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  1. Papa

    Neo Geo League Bowling

    From the album: Custom Arcade

    One of my all time favorite games is League Bowling.

    © Jay "Papa" Caraway 2015

  2. I love checkin' out other people's collections and thought it might be fun to start my own thread to update and chat on. For now, I'll have my Atari Jaguar and Neo Geo items shown and listed. Atari Jaguar Collection: Neo Geo Collection:
  3. Hi guys, a new year with a new project. This time it's a Neo Geo emulator on the Atari Falcon 030. As a first proof of concept please take a look at the following video showing an early test version running "Metal Slug". Actually it's more likely a target for accelerated machines. Cheers Sascha
  4. I've decided that instead of getting a NEo Geo that I will for now just buy a game on the PS3 and wait for the economy to pick up. Now my question, which game? I have Metal Slug so which other game is worth having. Any genre. The list of games is at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_PlayStation_Store_Neo_Geo_games
  5. (To be clear these are all wants. I am looking to buy and are not selling any of the below .) Feedback for me: http://atariage.com/forums/topic/248558-kreatorkat/?hl=%2Bkreatorkat&do=findComment&comment=3480270 The only "major" trade item I have at the moment is a loose N64 Console or with an AV cable, one loose controller, and one cracked controller if you'd like. Controllers: -(2 needed) N64 First Party Controller Any Color. I need two N64 controllers with tight sticks. -SNES or Super Famicom First Party Controller. I need a SNES controller with a tight d-pad that feels good, i.e. not squishy and stays in place. -Atari 2600 Paddles w/ no paddle Jitter. Just looking for some nice paddles that don't need any repair to function properly. -Xbox 360 wireless controller. Good condition and working with battery cover, preferably white but I'd consider any color. Boxes/Cases ONLY (where marked with an M manual would be nice too, but not necessary): Gamecube -Metroid Prime M Genesis -Sonic 2 M Wii -Wii Sports -New Super Mario Bros Wii -Mario Party 8 -Lego Batman: The Video Game M -Empty Wii game Case (only if I can get it for like $.50) DS -Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Time M -Pokemon Ranger: Shadows of Almia M -Mario and Luigi: Partners in Time M Games: Sonic & Knuckles (Sega Genesis) Good condition, with box or CiB Sonic Colors (Wii) CiB or just box and disk, good condition Castlevania: Symphony of the Night (PS1) CiB or just box and disk, can be greatest hits. Thanks all, KreatorKat
  6. I'd like to break any thoughts right now before I get started... This isn't a guide (currently) to buying classic consoles. I'm curious on advice on getting various vintage game consoles. I already own the general group of items. (Nintendo, Super Nintendo, Sega Genesis, PlayStation 1, PlayStation 2, etc) However, what I'm lacking on is some of the older and lesser remembered (as far as society seems) game consoles. Classic Game Fest is next weekend, and I'm hoping to find a few game consoles to add to the collection. I don't know how successful or unsuccessful I'll be, but I'd still like to try. In general, what I'm looking for are tips and suggestions as to what I should be looking for (IE specific models or avoiding problematic versions) in the various consoles I'll be listing below. I'm happy to offer suggestions and tips as well on many consoles, but my advice won't be the best honestly. I generally don't care about the outward appearance as much unless it's just awful. ANYWAYS! The consoles I'd like to acquire soon would be... Sega Master System - I know there are several models available, but only one or two offer composite output. I realize I'll want an S-Video mod on this if possible. Curious if anybody here at AtariAge does that, or knows someone who does. Atari Jaguar - I'm curious to give this system a shot since I've honestly never played much of any Atari system. (I have a hard time playing the old old stuff though... Sorry >_<) I need to experience more Atari though to figure out what I missed out on. I know nothing of the console beyond it's general look though... Not even sure about titles. Atari Lynx - I've seen pictures of it, but I'm curious to try it as well. I've seen a few on here for sale but never took the plunge. I also always see something about blown caps involving the screen? (Did I say that right...) Turbo Grafx 16 - This one seems to be the most expensive of those I've glanced over. Wouldn't mind having one, but not looking to spend a huge amount on something I have very little experience with. Is the system even worth the effort? If so, need suggestions for games as well. XD Neo Geo X - Forgot to put in this one. I know they have a re-released Neo Geo X "Gold" package or whatever that comes with a bunch of packed in games with the system plus a handheld piece. Is this thing any good and worth getting over the old Neo Geo system? Sega Saturn - This one is probably the lowest on the list, but I would be interested in getting one if I can get it for a low-ish price. However, I also don't know very many games I'd want on it, so it's on the back burner for the moment. Another thing to keep in mind is that my repair (solder) skill is pretty basic (consider a title like SUPER AMATEUR to be appropriate). I do apologize if this seems lazy or something, but I didn't see anything else like this on the forums. (If I missed it, I apologize and please link me. I searched price guides or console buying guides and came up empty.) Thanks for anybody who can give any opinion or suggestions on these consoles. I realize the Classic Game Fest may not be the best place to go for these items, but maybe I get lucky and find some killer deals. Even beyond that, I'd be interested in acquiring these items regardless of the convention. Wouldn't mind a few game suggestions as well of course.
  7. Found! Hello everyone, I am currently looking for a dedicated Neo Geo MVS arcade cabinet in a good state of repair (as in all functions works as they should and it looks very nice). Any number of slots (1,2,4,6) is fine, preferably not 6. It needs to be in New Jersey or near NJ (such as the NJ side of Pennsylvania or New York) so I can pick it up. I am looking to pay about $500, maybe more if comes with a good amount of good condition cartridges. I look forward to hearing from anyone with one available!
  8. Just purchased this...anyone have any fond memories? I'm a big fan of power drive rally on the Jaguar so i figured I couldn't go wrong with this one.
  9. Hi. I already have a thread in the wanted section asking the question in the title above, but I figured that many arcade lovers and cabinet owners never look there but hang around here. I am looking for a non-conversion Neo Geo cabinet- 1, 2, or 4 slots is fine. Please PM me if you have one available or know of one around NJ. Thanks all and have a good weekend!
  10. I've been on a pretty big Neo Geo kick lately, and I've started looking at my Pro Controllers (bean-shaped) as something to upgrade. The issues I'm running into are trouble with precise stick control (impacting fighting games, and Neo Mr. Do) and a general cheapness in the buttons. I've seen mod guides for these in the past, but darned if I can find them now. Has anybody done one of these before, and if so, what am I in for? I'm a fair modder, but I've never done a controller before. The wiring seems pretty straightforward, but the shallow depth of the controller might mean I have to do some butchery both on the button end and the case. What I have seen are a few places mentioning using a 'Sanwa LB-35' balltop to get a better grip and some more precision, so I bought two of these. I don't think I want more shaft length--at least not yet. I also notice Jamma Nation X has one in their store (priced very well, but out of stock) that mentions 24mm Sanwa buttons, so I've purchased one of these to test fit. Again, anybody done one of these before?
  11. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hQoGZ0yEdOI&feature=plcp Above is a Video of my Game Room. I know it is a little small and stuff is crammed in there but I am trying my best. The drums aren't always set up they fold away into the closet for the most part. Please enjoy and below is a list of ALL my systems. Thanks for looking and if you guys know why my Jag CD causes interference when attached please let me know. It does it now and it did it back when my Jag was brand new with a brand new CD attachement so I am not sure. XBOX 360 XBOX PS1 PS2 Neo Geo AES Neo Geo MVS Sega Genesis Sega CD Sega 32X Sega Saturn which I forgot to mention, it has Guardian Heros in it. Sega Dreamcast Colecovision Atari 2600 Expansion thingy for the Colecovision Starpath Supercharger. Supercharger interface multiplied the Atari 2600's RAM 49-fold, from its meager built-in 128 bytes to 6,272 bytes, i.e. giving it an extra 6 KB, allowing for larger games with higher resolution graphics. NES SNES N64 GameCube Gamboy Adapter which plays Gameboy, Gameboy color, and Gameboy Advance games Atari Jaguar Atari Jaguar CD Gameroom Classics Mini Arcade Machines The Video is too dark to show a stack of loose 32X carts next to the boxed games.
  12. Hi everyone, 'Tis the season and for the holidays, I plan to treat myself and (finally) get a Neo Geo system. However, I've heard many argue about which console is better the CD or the AES. The AES and its games are much more expensive but the loading times are supposedly awful for the CD. Then again, I could try to fork up the cash for a CDZ. I wanted to hear your opinions on which is better buy. Thanks for any responses.
  13. My name is John Hancock and I am a longtime collector. I go by swlovinist on all forums. Years ago, I decided to create a DVD movie series that showcased a visual guide to collect videogames. These DVD videos are not simply showcasing my videogame collection, but a well organized movie series that breaks down system packaging, accessories, and games for wide range of videogame systems. These videos have been featured at various gaming cons such as the Classic Gaming Expo, Portland Retrogaming Expos, Seattle Retrogaming Expos. They also have been featured on Youtube channels MetalJesusRocks and Gamester 81. Here is what I am offering. The Entire DVD set of all 8 DVDs is $30 shipped. Nuts and Bolts to Video Game Collecting Vol.1 Oddball Systems 70's to Mid 80s This video runs 62 min and showcases the following systems. Each Chapter showcases a different system, game, accessories, and system packaging(If I had it) The DVD showcases the following APF M-1000 ATARI XEGS BALLY ASTROCADE EMERSON ARCADIA 2001 FAIRCHILD CHANNEL F MAGNAVOX ODYSSEY MAGNAVOX ODYSSEY 2 MICROVISION RCA STUDIO II VECTREX Nuts and Bolts to Video Game Collecting Vol. 2 is focused on home NINTENDO SYSTEMS. Each Chapter is focused on system packaging, games, or accessories of a specific system. The DVD runs 82 min and is an excellent guide and overview showcasing many holy grails as well as good value games to pick up. The DVD overviews in detail the following Nintendo Entertainment System Super Nintendo Nintendo 64 Virtual Boy Gamecube Nuts and Bolts to Videogame Collecting Vol. 3 is focused on all US Sega Systems. This project grew in size and is featured on two DVD discs. The DVD runs over 2 hours and overviews in detail system packaging(if I had it), games, and accessories of the following systems Sega Master System Sega Genesis Sega CD/CDX/X'ye Sega 32X Nomad Game Gear Pico Laseractive Saturn Dreamcast ATARI TWO DISC DVD VOLUME 4. IT RUNS HOUR AND A HALF. IT COVERS ALL US ATARI SYSTEMS AND COVERS MUST HAVE GAMES, SYSTEMS, AND ACCESSORIES FOR THE FOLLOWING: 2600 5200 7800 8-bit COMPUTERS LYNX JAGUAR JAGUAR CD VOLUME 5 Playstation Playstation, Playstation 2, and thePlaystation Portable. This DVD series showcases packaging, accessories, and games for Playstation systems. This DVD series is to be enjoyed by anyone who wants to find out more about videogame collecting. The following game systems are covered: PlAYSTATION -System Packaging/System Variations -Recommended Accessories -Greatest Hits/Longbox Game Variations -Hidden Gems -Top RPGS/Strategy Games PLAYSTATION 2 -System Packaging/System Variations -Recommended Accessories -Greatest Hits and TopRated Games -Hidden Gems -Top RPGS/Strategy Games PLAYSTATION PORTABLE -System Packaging/System Variations -Recommended Accessories -Top Recommended Games Vol 6 Neo Geo Turbo Grafx DVD Turbo Grafx Turbo Grafx CD Turbo Duo Turbo Express AES MVS Neo Geo CD Neo Geo Pocket Neo Geo X ALL EIGHT DVDs ARE FOR SALE FOR $30 shipped. The best way to contact me is to pm me. I have appreciated the positive support of this homebrew project.
  14. All prices are in U.S, funds, but I will gladly accept the equivalent in Canadian funds. Payment by paypal. All prices included shipping to mainland U.S. and Canada by Canada Post. I will not ship to other countries within the Americas. Shipping overseas with tracking & insurances costs hundreds of dollars. I will ship overseas untracked if you pay the difference in shipping, payment is made by paypal "gift" and you want to take the risk. I've sent many packages to Europe this way and none have been lost, but it can take a couple months to arrive. Red Famicom Twin system with newer belt and NESRGB, games and Sansuii pad: $400 shipped I can add the matching Famicom Everdrive pictured below for $80 The belt was supposed to have been replaced not long before I bought the system a few years ago, but I haven't spent many hours playing FDS games using the actual disk drive. Working Disk games load fast and work flawlessly. I've already sold most of the working FDS games I had. Zelda loads side A fine, but gets Error 27 loading side B. Galaxy Odyssey loads side A fine, but gets Error 27 loading side B. I have tried the audio cassette. Kiki Kikkai works fine. Kid Icarus works fine. The weird disk with different stickers on either side and the Castlevania case does not work. http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/ftwin%20(1).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/ftwin%20(2).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/ftwin%20(3).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/ftwin%20(4).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/ftwin%20(5).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/ftwin%20(6).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/ftwin%20(7).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/ftwin%20(.JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/ftwin%20(9).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/ftwin%20(10).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/ftwin%20(11).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/ftwin%20(12).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/ftwin%20(13).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/ftwin%20(14).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/ftwin%20(15).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/ftwin%20(16).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/ftwin%20(17).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/ftwin%20(18).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/ftwin.JPG PC-FX $175 shipped http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/pcf%20(1).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/pcf%20(2).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/pcf%20(3).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/pcf%20(4).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/pcf%20(5).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/pcf%20(6).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/pcf%20(7).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/pcf%20(.JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/pcf%20(9).JPG Neo Geo CD system with AES stick and 4 games $300 shipped I can include an 8-way gate and arcade ball top if you like. All games play flawlessly. http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/neocd%20(1).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/neocd%20(2).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/neocd%20(3).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/neocd%20(4).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/neocd%20(5).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/neocd%20(6).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/neocd%20(7).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/neocd%20(.JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/neocd%20(9).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/neocd%20(10).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/neocd%20(11).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/neocd%20(12).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/neocd%20(13).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/neocd.JPG Neo Geo Omega CMVS system with AEST stick, power supply and component cable: $530 shipped I can add the NeoSD flashcart pictured below, with 32(?)GB microsd card for $350 The AES stick has an 8-way gate installed and arcade ball top. http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/neoo%20(1).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/neoo%20(2).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/neoo%20(3).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/neoo%20(4).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/neoo%20(5).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/neoo%20(6).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/neoo%20(7).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/neoo%20(.JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/neoo%20(9).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/neoo%20(10).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/neoo%20(11).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/neoo%20(12).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/neoo%20(13).JPG Sega Master System with S-Video, composite and audio output mods + one controller: $80 shipped No power supply or video cables. http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/smss%20(1).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/smss%20(2).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/smss%20(3).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/smss%20(4).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/smss%20(5).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/smss.JPG HDG Genesis with "all" the mods: $150 shipped[b/] I'll update this with more info after I find the full list of work done. Definitely includes 2 overclock speeds, language switch, component, s-video, composite and audio output mods. http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/genm%20(1).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/genm%20(2).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/genm%20(3).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/genm%20(4).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/genm%20(5).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/genm%20(6).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/genm%20(7).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/genm%20(.JPG Atari 5200 system with rebuilt controller and 27 game carts $300 shipped I can add an Atari 5200 Ultimate SD Cartridge for $90 and/or the pictured controller adapter + overlays set for $80 This system was cleaned and refurbished inside and out from the seller I bought it from. The controller was rebuilt with modern parts and works great. If you are interested I will test each cart again. I don't remember any being duds. http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/a5200%20(1).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/a5200%20(2).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/a5200%20(3).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/a5200%20(4).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/a5200%20(5).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/a5200%20(6).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/a5200%20(7).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/a5200%20(.JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/a5200%20(9).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/a5200.JPG Atari 2600 system with 2600RGB mods, refurbished paddle controllers and Harmony Encore flashcart $350 shipped http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/a2600%20(1).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/a2600%20(2).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/a2600%20(3).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/a2600%20(4).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/a2600%20(5).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/a2600%20(6).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/a2600%20(7).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/a2600%20(.JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/a2600%20(9).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/a2600%20(10).JPG Colecovision system fully refurbished and modded $300 shipped I can add the pictured Atarimax flash cart for $80 I also have a Famicom controller with full keypad, modified for Colecovision that will be available if the lot sells. This Colecovision console was refurbished and upgraded by Yurki and includes the following mods: 2 black controllers with ball knobs and straightened cords Composite and Audio out jack (cable included) RGB output (scart cable included) Pause button Bios skip LEDs to indicate Power On and Pause Comes with the original power supply, 2 original controllers, RGB scart cable and composite/left/right audio cable. http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/coleco%20(1).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/coleco%20(2).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/coleco%20(3).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/coleco%20(4).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/coleco%20(5).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/coleco%20(6).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/coleco%20(7).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/coleco%20(.JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/coleco%20(9).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/coleco%20(10).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/coleco%20(11).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/coleco%20(12).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/coleco%20(13).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/coleco%20(14).JPG "Hong Kong Version" NES $200 shipped http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/hknes%20(1).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/hknes%20(2).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/hknes%20(3).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/hknes%20(4).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/hknes%20(5).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/hknes%20(6).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/hknes%20(7).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/hknes%20(.JPG Korean SNES/Hyundai Super Comboy $150 shipped http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/ksnes%20(1).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/ksnes%20(2).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/ksnes%20(3).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/ksnes%20(4).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/ksnes%20(5).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/ksnes%20(6).JPG Clear black/smoke gray Dreamcast system with 10 games and SD card adapter $220 shipped More details soon. http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/dclot%20(1).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/dclot%20(2).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/dclot%20(3).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/dclot%20(4).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/dclot%20(5).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/dclot%20(6).JPG Just Breed CIB Famicom game with English translation: $90 shipped Authentic Famicom cart with translated rom chips installed. Saving works great. http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/jbreed%20(1).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/jbreed%20(2).JPG Lagrange Point Famicom game with English translation: $90 shipped Authentic Famicom cart with translated rom chips installed. FM sound and saving works great. http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/lagr%20(1).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/lagr%20(2).JPG
  15. Hey there everyone I'm looking to buy a Neo Geo CD or a Neo Geo CDZ. I'm looking to buy it for $100 to $150 and for trade I have a like new copy Ikaruga for the Dreamcast or Shenmue II for the Dreamcast. Both games go for around $100 on Ebay so I think it will be a fair trade.
  16. The Immortal John Hancock (SWLOVINST here on AtariAge) walks us through his amazing NEO GEO console and game collection. He covers the AES (Advanced Entertainment System) and arcade MVS (Multi Video System), plus the differences between the two cartridges, controllers, accessories and even the NEO GEO X GOLD and rare NEO GEO CD... Anybody else collecting for this system? And if so, who is your stock broker?
  17. I was a big fan of the original on the AES. In fact, it was my next game purchase after my all-time favorite - Magician Lord. It appears only as a Neo Geo cd exclusive which I didn't have.... My question... was this as good as the original or basically a facsimile of the first game? (Not that's a bad thing....)
  18. Neo Turf Master is a great golf game! It will probably be the best golf game on the switch for a loooooong time so i'll probably be playing a lot of it. Its fun and the control is very intuitive, yet the courses are challenging due to trees, water, and other obstacles. Some observations: -Its very japanese...lol. I suppose most Neo Geo Games are like this? -Clearly based on an arcade game, again as I'm sure most Neo Geo games are.. Annoying "two player can't join" flashing in upper left gets old, but other than that nice to be able to add credits with the L button. -Wish I could input a player 1 name Looking exploring other game modes, have just been playing the US version so far. Switched the "A" button to A. Not sure why they had that backwards to begin with.. Anyone played two player yet? Big fan of this game so far...using the US golfer. Anyone use another character as their favorite?
  19. Hello! Just to say, I am making a podcast looking at all of the Neo Geo AES, MVS, CD, Pocket, Pocket Colour and Hyper Neo Geo 64 games in chronological order. I plan to cover two games an episode, with an episode dedicated to hardware and year reviews. It will use the typical Game by Game podcast format, with user feedback welcome. Because of the insane prices of Neo Geo games, as well as audio equipment and so on. I will use official emulation if available (for example SNK Arcade Classics vol. 1), I hope to have the first episode out by the end of 2020, that may seem like a while but this will be expensive, and I need to save money. If a Neo Geo podcast is already out or in the works that I do not know of, I will scrap this. Also, what are people's thoughts on using patreon to fund this? Anyway, the Facebook page is here https://www.facebook.com/The-Neo-Geo-Game-by-Game-Podcast-1738041289842671/?fref=ts And my Wattpad account is here https://www.wattpad.com/user/philipthewhovian Feel free to contact me here, or on either page. Any questions?
  20. OK so i have a few items I'd love to re-home and I know there's a collector somewhere here. PICS BELOW (most). All items tested. SHIPPING INCLUDED (w/ tracking) IN PRICE FOR U.S. residents. I will ship to Canada for an additional charge...All i'm asking is fees paid via PP, ty. SNES: Super Castlevania IV (cart + manual) $56. SOLD Contra III (cart + manual) $55 SOLD Sunset Riders (C/B w/ all inserts) $172 SOLD Super Bomberman (cart) WITH Hudson Multitap $72 SOLD Wolfenstein 3D (cart) $38 TRADED PS1: Castlevania Symphony of the Night WITH OFFICIAL BRADY GUIDE BOOK $75 SOLD SATURN: Three Dirty Dwarves (cib) $95 SOLD Die Hard Arcade (cib) $75 TRADED SEGA CD: Sonic CD (cib vg) $30 Heimdall (CIB) $30 SEGA GENESIS: Pirates of Dark Water (C/B) $40 NEO GEO POCKET COLOR: (all cart w/ case) $15/ea or 3/$40 Dark Arms: Beast Buster 1999 Fatal Fury: First Contact King of Fighters R-2 GAMECUBE/Wii/DS: Pokemon Colosseum (cib) $45 SOLD Pokemon Battle Revolution (Wii) NEW $75 Mario Party 4 (cib) $34 My World, My Way (cart) $25 Misc: Dragon Warrior IV Map/Chart (nes) $30 Advanced Dungeons & Dragons Monster Manual by Gary Gygax (book) $25
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