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  1. This photo is actually from 2017 but (surprisingly) my collection hasn't changed that much. I am casing CIB NES and SNES games now and I have more Sega CD games than what's pictured. But this is still pretty much how it looks. I have a lot more photos up on my Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/retromegabit/
  2. Hello to all, I've just decided to create a type of Mission emulator for the SG-1000 and Master System. It can be seen here: https://www.smspower.org/forums/17943-MissionForSG1000BasedOffOfMSXVersionByMarcelDeKogel This was also based off of Mission for MSX by Marcel De Kogel. This post has been edited.
  3. Hello to all. I was just wondering if it would be possible to put ColecoVision games on the Sega Master System (Or mostly SG-1000). This is my first topic started. You can read this topic here: https://www.smspower.org/forums/1433-ColecoGamesOnASMS
  4. Hi everyone! I have the following up for sale: Sega Game Gear Handheld system Includes the following accessories: carrying case (Sega brand) charger (Sega brand) portable battery pack (Sega brand) Holds a charge. screen magnifier Includes the following 17 games: Aladdin Battle Toads Batman Forever Batman Returns Earthworm Jim Jurassic Park Madden 95 NBA Jam NBA Jam TE Road Rash Sonic The Hedgehog 2 Sonic Triple Trouble Taz in excape from Mars The Jungle Book The Lion King (worn label) The Majors Pro Baseball X-Men Quick video clip GG_demo.mp4 I'm not sure what's causing it but the speaker volume is really low. It, however, works fine with earphones. The power backup works great. PM me with any offers, questions, or suggestions Thanks for looking!
  5. I am currently working on a project to list all the Sega Master system games and the people who created them. I am having trouble finding the developers for the following games and was hoping someone could help me out. I have cross referenced my information with the leading SMS sites and they have either conflicting information or suspect someone else did it. Proof would be awesome if you have it otherwise just your reason why would be great! Great Basketball Klax Montazumas Revenge Ms Pacman PGA Tour Golf The Pro Yakyuu - Pennant Race Sega World Tournament Golf Streets of Rage Submarine Attack Ultima IV Wonder Boy in Monster World World Games
  6. Does anyone have or know where I can get a scan of a US or European manual for the 3D Glasses pheripherial for the Sega Master System?
  7. A video of my sega ntsc us collection. i showed them by there release dates. www.thevideogamecollector.com
  8. Hi guys, my name is Grazi and I'm from Brazil. Here in Brazil it's really difficult for collectors to find original game boxes, and when we find one it's not always in good conditions. So people love to buy repro boxes for their games, and the closer of the original, the better! The thing is, i'm moving to US and I would like to continue this work, but I'm still getting into your culture, so I would like to know if you guys like this kind of work, if you use to buy it, etc.. how do you like it? I already made game boxes for: Sega Genesis, SNES, NES, ATARI, N64, MASTER SYSTEM, GBA, GBC. And now I have this project of start making consoles/handhelds boxes also. You can see in the image below that I'm working on a GBC Yellow box, 100% vectorized (except the screenshots), and now I'm treating the background image in Photoshop. So I think the result will be really nice!!! I used to make repro boxes a long time ago, like this: (this material is different from what I'm using now) And this is an exemple of the new material I found: Now, few years later, I have studied Graphic Designer and I'm able to make a better job, because now I can improve the image so much more too. Just remembering, the images are not downloaded from websites and printed, they receive a long Photoshop treatment, and many icons and texts are all new (vector). So I would really appreciate if you guys could give some feedback of what you would like to see in terms of REPRO BOXES, like, 100% loyal to the original, custom version, etc. Just tell me
  9. Spectrum audio from After Burner Nt Mini (@Great Hierophant at FPGA Based Videogame System thread). Software (Windows): - foobar2000 - foobar2000 VST Wrapper plugin - Voxengo SPAN

    © http://atariage.com/forums/topic/242970-fpga-based-videogame-system/page-384#entry3985849

  10. Papa

    SegAmiga cabinet

    From the album: Custom Arcade

    This cabinet used to house an Amiga 2500 with special wired keyboard to allow for the front panel to use the space bar and the left and right amiga keys. It has since been equipped with a powerful PC and a Japanese Sega Master System. It uses a VGA adapter and USB converted Sega 6-button pad PCBs!!

    © Jay "Papa" Caraway 2015

  11. Spectrum audio from After Burner JSMS (@Great Hierophant at FPGA Based Videogame System thread). Software (Windows): - foobar2000 - foobar2000 VST Wrapper plugin - Voxengo SPAN

    © http://atariage.com/forums/topic/242970-fpga-based-videogame-system/page-384#entry3985849

  12. Would prefer to sell in bundles and within the UK for postage. Ask for single prices / Mega drive power stick, 15 + pp / Mega drive carts, £40 + pp All mega drive, 50+ pp / Master system boxed, £80 + pp Mk2, prince of Persia and asterix have no manual / Master system carts £40 + pp £110 all master system + pp
  13. should i rely on the wiishop channel for nintendo and sega games or should i hold on to the master system and nes? will we always have the wii store to buy games? i perfer actual cartridges/discs so i know i have the game. this question is the reason i dont play games on pc
  14. The Master System library isn't the biggest here in the States, but it sure got a lot of love over in Europe. With that in mind I'm curious what European games the SMS fans here might recommend importing to supplement the US library that play without issue on a US NTSC system or Power Base Converter and 60 Hz CRT TV?
  15. When I was recording these games I was surprised by how well some translated to an 8 bit system such as Mortal Kombat & Road Rash, while others probably should not have been released like Altered Beast. What are some of your favorite ports between Sega cartridge consoles? Here is every game compared in 1 video: Here is each game individually:
  16. Sega Force Mega Edition 01 to 07 the last one... "Sega Force Mega was marketed as a grown-up games publication that would better compete with Future’s MEGA magazine. The first issues were produced at Europress Impact, but later the magazine was outsourced to a company located in Newton Abbot, while Impact staff moved on to a new magazine, Mega Machines. Each issue of Sega Force Mega featured 100 pages, consisting of news features, reviews, G-Force and a buyers guide. Six issues were published along with a ‘special’ seventh issue that included past reviews and news" http://gameplayerspecial.com/2012/08/29/sega-force-mega-issue-01-august-1993/ http://gameplayerspecial.com/2012/08/30/sega-force-mega-issue-02-to-07/ In Video format, see in 1080p and in full screen... Thanks !
  17. Hey there! Hoping someone might be able to help me with an issue I'm seeing on a new SMS I picked up. It's the original version (model 3010) with no pre-loaded games on the console. (Also note that this is my second SMS; I have a main that works perfectly with everything I throw at it, including all the cartridges mentioned below.) The problem is this: when I turn on the console with some games plugged in, it works just fine. Examples include The Ninja, Global Defense, Choplifter, Hang On/Safari Hunt combo. But when I insert other cartridges, it starts up, shows the Sega logo, plays the "Sayyy-Guhhh" jingle, then displays the screen telling me to insert a cartridge. No software error or anything like that. Examples of games which fail to load are Outrun, Sonic 1 & 2, Mortal Kombat, and about 66% of the others I tried. I'm not sure, but I suspect that the games which are working are those which have relatively small ROMs to load, whereas those which fail and the larger memory releases. I disassembled the unit and checked both the pins inside the slot (all pins look like they have plenty of flex to make contact with the cartridge, and I've cleaned them three times with 1000-grit sandpaper and an alcohol soaked slot cleaner) and the solder points beneath the slot (all looked intact with no cracking or other indications of a CSJ). I also didn't see anything else noteworthy on the board other than a few spots of minor oxidization which I cleaned off with a dilluted baking soda mixture and a dry cloth. Is there anything else I should be looking for or trying? It's driving me crazy that this thing is so close to working perfect, and yet not quite there. Oh, and before I forget to mention it, I did try a Sega Card (F-16) and it worked just fine as well. Thanks in advance for any and all help or advice on how to fix this one! - Matt W.
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