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  1. The jailbreak for SD card loading is supported with the cart adapters after all.
  2. The long-awaited cartridge converters for Game Gear and SMS cards on Analogue Mega Sg are here!
  3. I've got a couple of the hard to find and highly sought after Sega Genesis Model 2 consoles and Sega Game Gear systems which both were made by Majesco under license from Sega. I'm guessing if you're reading this you're already "in the know," but the Genesis Model 2 made by Majesco (MK-1451) towards the end of the Genesis' life is the "holy grail" of Model 2 systems, as it has the best video and audio encoders of any of the Model 2s. It has the fourth revision of the Model 2 motherboard, known as VA4. I can do console-only or complete in box on these. Meanwhile, the Game Gear made by Majesco is sought after because it has better quality capacitors than earlier Game Gears, a better LCD screen and also is newer overall, since they were made in 2000. Of note, this model Game Gear is incompatible with the TV Tuner (worthless now anyway) and requires a specific brand of Master System adapter if you're into that, called the Nuby Converter. Everything I sell is cleaned and tested and working. You're always able to purchase with confidence when dealing with me. Look no further than my AA feedback, which will show you I've been selling on AA for more than two years and have been an AA member for more than three years. If there's interest here, I would be happy to provide pictures and discuss pricing via PM. Otherwise, I will likely look to eBay in the coming weeks to unload these. Thanks!
  4. From the album: My Collection

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  8. here http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/200988746344?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1586.l2649 Any Qs - be in touch! Many thanks
  9. Hi everyone, I go through a lot of Game Gears and feel that I'm very familiar with them. Recently I acquired a couple, one blue and one grey, which showed "Made in China" on the back label. I found it strange as up until then I was used to seeing Japan, Taiwan, and Malaysia as the country of origin. I opened them up and found they had Japanese VA1 (837-9024) motherboards. The grey one has a different texture on the shell (slightly rougher) but the color is generally the same. The blue one has the same texture difference but is a darker blue than the others I have on hand (Japanese manufacture if I recall). It's bordering on more of a navy blue. Interestingly the screws for the motherboard and shell have a courser thread compared to my other examples. I wasn't aware Game Gears were manufactured in China up until now. I've also never seen another dark blue one in my travels. Everything seems legit and after a full cap replacement they look and work just like any of the others I've refurbished. What's the story on these? I will try to get some pictures up once I get home and get a little time.
  10. Need some cash to help fund some recent comic book purchases, so I'm looking to sell off a couple bundles! First up: AV-modded ColecoVision system from our very own Yurkie, tested and working, complete with a pause button. Comes with AV cables and AC adapter. Asking $115 shipped within continental U.S. SOLD Next: Game Gear lot, tested and working. Pretty sure it was LCD modded, which would make the Game Gear ~$75 alone. Does not come with plastic cover that generally goes over the screen, but the screen itself is in good condition. Not interested in splitting up the bundle; great starter set! Asking $100 shipped within continental U.S. MOTHERBOARD ISSUE Pics: http://imgur.com/a/ntoiL
  11. I recently saw that an AA seller has listed a Sega Nomad here. This has sparked my curiosity. Does anyone have any particular memories about this handheld? Might as well plug the posting (not mine) while I'm at it: http://www.atariage.com/forums/topic/191168-for-sale-sega-nomad-system-16-games-power-controller-case/page__fromsearch__1
  12. Austin


    meh.. decided to trade most of it in locally, and hold on to some of the other items (3DO games). Whoever has already paid, your package will be shipped out tomorrow or the next day.
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