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  1. Thank you to everyone who is helping me get to 1K!
  2. I still have the orig Playstation I purchased in 1996. It's worked quite well over the years. I modded it long ago. A year or so ago the occasional CD would not load or load slowly. I assumed drive was about to give up the ghost. Then the machine wouldn't spin at all and the display would flicker repeatedly. I assumed a PSU failure had taken place -- replace it with an eBay unit (with a blue LED) and that problem went away. But the CD-ROM drive problem got worse. Finally I couldn't load anything. It sounded like a spin issue. So, I bought a replacement new mechanism on eBay and installed it. I hear spinning and seeking, but the spinning doesn't last as long as it should and the seeking sounds stuttered -- as if it's having trouble focusing - not normal. So I looked and there was no other seller of such parts so I rolled the dice and purchased ANOTHER mechanism from the same guy and it's the same thing. Spinning that slows down -- I can hear like 5 spins per second before it stops, and it won't load anything. The seek sound sounds labored also. This is the unit and vendor I twice purchased for my SCPH-1001: https://www.ebay.com/itm/NEW-OPTICAL-LASER-LENS-MECHANISM-for-SONY-Playstation-SCPH-1001/360534474878 Does anyone have any advice here? For whatever reason I'd like to keep this unit working rather than buying a used, modded PS1. Thanks. bp
  3. Heyo! The same company that did the HDMI for Xbox adapter (Pound Technology) is working on a PS1 / PS2 HDMI cable. For whatever reason, it's available for pre-order through Limited Run Games. (Not dogging on them, just seems an odd choice for this type of product.) https://limitedrungames.com/products/pound-technology-ps2-ps1-hdmi-cable Heavy Metal Jesus did a preview of it as well. What little I can see there, I'd gladly use this for a PS1 setup, but I would probably stick to component for PS2. Figured I'd share just in case you missed it during all the Mega Sg hype!
  4. I have a lot of games I'm trying to get rid of so I wanted to offer them here before they end up at the game store. I may entertain cash offers but mostly looking for trades at the moment. Maybe closer to the end of the week for cash. I have my wishlist along with the other stuff in the attached link. Feel free to offer any items that aren't specifically on my wishlist, especially NES/Famicom, SNES, and PS1 games and/or accessories. Action/platformers, puzzle, and horror games are good for me. Send me a PM with any offers, and please get your offers in by Friday around 12:00 noon EST. Edit: Continental US only please https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/134tHlI07W4mDp5KlxVfEpaE6t_-P4xLgUSyQTTnA5sc/edit?usp=sharing
  5. I shared a status update, but I want everybody to have a chance to get these! https://shop.hdretrovision.com/collections/component-cables They are excellent component cables and while seemingly expensive, I can confirm they work great! Be sure to do their 240p test on your TV before ordering, or you'll be disappointed... http://www.hdretrovision.com/240p
  6. EDIT - I just increased the font size as I did not realize how tiny the font was yesterday when I copied and pasted the text from Notepad! Also, CIB obviously means Complete In Box, but for other abbreviations R = Rarity, C = Cart, I = Instructions, B = Box and O = Overlay. Post and questions or hold requests in this thread or PM me. I recently began organizing my game collection and taking inventory which resulted in realizing I had much more than I need. Several duplicate items were found which I have decided to list for sale. These will be listed here for a week and then off to eBay with those that do not sell. As prices are listed below, shipping will be actual shipping costs however I will reduce shipping costs by $1 for every $20 spent up to the total of all shipping costs. Ex: purchase $140 and shipping costs will be reduced by $7 up to but not more than free shipping. More may be added later, but these are definitely for sale. PM me with the items you want, first come first serve. Payment through PayPal. Atari 2600 Asteroids Sealed - R1 $7.00 Atari 2600 Asteroids Sealed - R1 $7.00 SOLD - Atari 2600 E.T. Sealed - R1 $45.00 Atari 2600 Missile Command Sealed - R1 $9.00 Atari 2600 Missile Command Sealed - R1 $9.00 Atari 2600 Space Invaders Sealed - R1 $8.00 Atari 2600 Astroblast Sealed - R2 $8.00 Atari 2600 Astroblast Sealed - R2 $8.00 SOLD - Atari 2600 Centipede Sealed - R2 $11.00 Atari 2600 Centipede Sealed - R2 $11.00 Atari 2600 Circus Atari Sealed - R2 $10.00 SOLD - Atari 2600 Crossbow Sealed - R2 $4.00 SOLD - Atari 2600 Crossbow Sealed - R2 $4.00 Atari 2600 Crystal Castles Sealed - R2 $14.00 SOLD - Atari 2600 Galaxian - R2 $12.00 Atari 2600 Gravitar Sealed - R2 $5.00 Atari 2600 Human Cannonball Sealed - R2 $15.00 Atari 2600 Human Cannonball Sealed - R2 $15.00 Atari 2600 Joust Sealed - R2 $10.00 SOLD - Atari 2600 Jr. Pac-Man Sealed - R2 $9.00 Atari 2600 Jungle Hunt Sealed - R2 $9.00 Atari 2600 Moon Patrol Sealed - R2 $8.00 Atari 2600 Ms. Pac-Man Sealed - R2 $12.00 Atari 2600 RealSports Baseball Sealed - R2 $10.00 Atari 2600 Super Breakout Sealed - R2 $10.00 Atari 2600 Super Breakout Sealed - R2 $10.00 Atari 2600 Super Challenge Baseball Sealed - R2 $7.00 Atari 2600 Super Challenge Baseball Sealed - R2 $7.00 SOLD - Atari 2600 Adventures of Tron Sealed - R3 $15.00 Atari 2600 Adventures of Tron Sealed - R3 $15.00 SOLD - Atari 2600 Midnight Magic Sealed - R3 $12.00 SOLD - Atari 2600 Millipede - R3 $9.00 Atari 2600 Planet Patrol New - Open Box - R3 $20.00 Atari 2600 Planet Patrol New - Open Box - R3 $20.00 Atari 2600 RealSports Tennis Sealed - R3 $9.00 Atari 2600 RealSports Tennis Sealed - R3 $9.00 Atari 2600 RealSports Tennis Sealed - R3 $9.00 SOLD - Atari 2600 Tron Deadly Discs Sealed - R3 $38.00 SOLD - Atari 2600 BMX Air Master (TNT) Sealed - R4 $20.00 Atari 2600 BMX Air Master (TNT) Sealed - R4 $20.00 SOLD - Atari 2600 Defender II Sealed - R4 $22.00 Atari 2600 Defender II Sealed - R4 $22.00 Atari 2600 Double Dunk Sealed - R4 $10.00 Atari 2600 Double Dunk Sealed - R4 $10.00 SOLD - Atari 2600 Football - RealSports Soccer Sealed - R4 $5.00 Atari 2600 Football - RealSports Soccer Sealed - R4 $5.00 SOLD - Atari 2600 Karate Sealed - R4 $25.00 SOLD - Atari 2600 Radar Lock Sealed - R4 $25.00 Atari 2600 Radar Lock Sealed - R4 $25.00 Atari 2600 Skate Boardin’ Sealed - R4 $8.00 Atari 2600 Skate Boardin’ Sealed - R4 $8.00 SOLD - Atari 2600 Title Match Pro Wrestling Sealed - R4 $11.00 Atari 2600 Title Match Pro Wrestling Sealed - R4 $11.00 SOLD - Atari 2600 Tomcat: The F-14 Flight Simulator Sealed - R4 $20.00 SOLD - Atari 2600 Cross Force New - Open Box - R5 $28.00 SOLD - Atari 2600 MotoRodeo Sealed - R5 $28.00 Atari 2600 MotoRodeo Sealed - R5 $28.00 SOLD - Atari 2600 Off the Wall Sealed - R5 $10.00 Atari 2600 Off the Wall Sealed - R5 $10.00 Atari 2600 Off the Wall Sealed - R5 $10.00 Atari 2600 Off the Wall Sealed - R5 $10.00 Atari 2600 Pete Rose Baseball Sealed - R5 $25.00 SOLD - Atari 2600 Road Runner Sealed - R6 $55.00 Atari 2600 Road Runner Sealed - R6 $55.00 SOLD - ColecoVision Destructor Sealed $35.00 Game Boy Solitaire CIB $3.00 SOLD - Game Boy Advance Texas Hold ‘em Poler CIB $3.00 Game Boy Color Hoyle Card Games CIB $3.00 GameCube Metroid Echoes Bonus Disc $3.00 Intellivision 61 Overlays + 2 Atari 5200 Overlays $30.00 Intellivision Demon Attack CIB except no tray or overlays $7.00 Intellivision NBA Basketball CB - no instructions or overlays $6.00 Intellivision Truckin’ CIB - w/map no overlays IM7603 $40.00 Intellivision Truckin’ CB - no map or overlays IM7607 $30.00 Intellivision USCF Chess CIB except No overlays $22.00 Intellivision White Water CIB except No overlays $16.00 Intellivision Boxing C $2.00 Intellivision BurgerTime C $2.00 Intellivision Chess C $3.00 Intellivision Happy Trails C $6.00 Intellivision Horse Racing C $2.00 Intellivision MicroSurgeon C $2.00 Intellivision Pitfall! C $3.00 Intellivision Skiing C $2.00 Intellivision Skiing C $2.00 Intellivision Space Armada C $2.00 Intellivision Space Hawk C $2.00 Intellivision Auto Racing I $1.00 Intellivision Mission X I $1.00 Intellivision Night Stalker I $1.00 Intellivision Reversi I $1.00 Intellivision Snafu I $1.00 Intellivision Space Battle I $1.00 Intellivision Star Strike I $1.00 Intellivision Sub Hunt I $1.00 Intellivision Tennis I $1.00 Intellivision Tron Deadly Discs I $1.00 Intellivision US Ski Team Skiing I $1.00 Intellivision US Ski Team Skiing I $1.00 Intellivision US Ski Team Skiing I $1.00 Intellivision Utopia I $1.00 Intellivision Bowling CO(2) $3.00 Intellivision Frog Bog CO(2) $3.00 Intellivision Happy Trails CO(2) $8.00 Intellivision Loco-Motion CO(1) $4.00 Intellivision Sharp Shot CO(1) $2.00 Intellivision APBA Backgammon CI $3.00 Intellivision Armor Battle CI $3.00 Intellivision Astrosmash CIO(1) $3.00 Intellivision Auto Racing CI $3.00 Intellivision Auto Racing CI $3.00 Intellivision Bomb Squad CIO(2) $4.00 Intellivision Boxing CIO(2) $4.00 Intellivision BurgerTime CIO(2) $4.00 Intellivision Hockey CI $2.00 Intellivision Las Vegas Poker & Blackjack CIO(2) $3.00 Intellivision Las Vegas Roulette CI $2.00 Intellivision Major League Baseball CIO(2) $4.00 Intellivision Masters of the Universe Power of He-Man CI + Comic $10.00 Intellivision Motocross CIO(2) $8.00 Intellivision Motocross CI $6.00 Intellivision Motocross CI $6.00 Intellivision NASL Soccer CIO(2) $7.00 Intellivision NFL Football CI $3.00 Intellivision Night Stalker CIO(1) $5.00 Intellivision Sea Battle CIO(2) $4.00 Intellivision Snafu CIO(1) $4.00 Intellivision Space Armada (Sears) CI $3.00 Intellivision Space Hawk CIO(2) $4.00 Intellivision Space Spartans CIO(1) $3.00 Intellivision Star Strike CIO(1) $3.00 Intellivision Sub Hunt CI $3.00 Intellivision Vectron CIO(2) $4.00 Intellivision Truckin’ C $8.00 Intellivision Astrosmash CIB $3.00 Intellivision Football CIB $3.00 Intellivision Kool-Aid Man CIB $20.00 Intellivision Las Vegas Poker & Blackjack CIB $3.00 Intellivision Major League Baseball CIB $3.00 Intellivision NFL Football CIB $3.00 Intellivision Night Stalker CIB $3.00 Intellivision PBA Bowling CIB $3.00 Intellivision PGA Golf CIB $3.00 Intellivision Sea Battle CIB $3.00 Intellivision Sea Battle (Sears) CIB $3.00 Intellivision Space Armada (Sears) CIB $3.00 Intellivision Star Strike CIB $5.00 Intellivision Auto Racing CIB (1 Overlay) $3.00 Intellivision Basketball CIB (1 Overlay) $5.00 Intellivision Ice Trek CIB (1 Overlay) $7.00 Intellivision Swords & Serpents CIB (1 Overlay) $4.00 Intellivision APBA Backgammon CIB (No Overlays) $4.00 Intellivision Buzz Bombers CIB (No Overlays) $4.00 Intellivision Checkers CIB (No Overlays) $5.00 Intellivision Dreadnaught Factor, The CIB (No Overlays) $14.00 Intellivision Electric Company Math Fun CIB (No Overlays) $3.00 Intellivision Electric Company Math Fun CIB (No Overlays) $3.00 Intellivision Electric Company Word Fun CIB (No Overlays) $3.00 Intellivision Electric Company Word Fun CIB (No Overlays) $3.00 Intellivision Fathom CIB (No Overlays) $70.00 Intellivision NHL Hockey CIB (No Overlays) $4.00 Intellivision Sub Hunt CIB (No Overlays) $4.00 Intellivision Big League Baseball Sealed $20.00 Intellivision Dreadnaught Factor, The Sealed $40.00 Intellivision Frog Bog Sealed $22.00 Intellivision Frogger Sealed $30.00 Intellivision Las Vegas Roulette Sealed $20.00 Intellivision Lock 'n' Chase Sealed $12.00 Intellivision Night Stalker Sealed $14.00 Intellivision Nova Blast Sealed $25.00 Intellivision Reversi Sealed $18.00 Intellivision Royal Dealer Sealed $15.00 Intellivision Sharp Shot Sealed $15.00 Intellivision Sharp Shot Sealed $15.00 SOLD - Intellivision SNAFU Sealed $15.00 Intellivision Stampede Sealed $33.00 Intellivision Tron Maze-a-Tron Sealed $29.00 N64 Midway Greatest Hits 1 CIB $10.00 N64 Rainbow Six $5.00 N64 World is not Enough CIB $15.00 NES Bump’n Jump CI $5.00 NES Ironsword Wizard & Warriors II CIB $15.00 SOLD - NES Millipede CI $6.00 NES Slalom CI $7.00 NES Wizards & Warriors CIB $15.00 NES Wizards & Warriors III IB $18.00 NES Xevious CIB $7.00 PS1 Williams Arcade’s Greatest Hits CIB $10.00 PS1 The Atari Collection 1 CIB $10.00 PS1 The Atari Collection 2 CIB $10.00 PS1 The Midway Collection 2 CIB $10.00 PS1 Ultimate 3D Pinball CIB $5.00 PS1 Tomorrow Never Dies CIB $5.00 PS1 Worms Armageddon CIB $4.00 PS2 Tomb Raider Legend Sealed w/guide $20.00 PSP Burnout Dominator Sealed $15.00 14 Strategy Guides $2 each PVP2 console $15.00 * This is a simple console that might be fun for a hacker as there is the capability of storing many games directly on the console.
  7. I would like to use a USB trackball on PS1 games that support the Playstation Mouse (especially Atari Anniversary). I'm wondering if anyone knows if there is any type of adapter that would work for this? There seem to be adapters out there that are designed to allow the use of USB mouse and keyboard on FPS for the PS2, but since those games were likely not designed for the Playstation Mouse, I am doubtful that I'd get the same kind of accuracy and responsiveness on games designed for the Playstation Mouse, but perhaps I am wrong?
  8. All gone again! Thanks for playing!
  9. Hello retro fans! I was a Net Yaroze (SCEE) member back in the day. I did do a bit on it, after finishing uni, but never finished nor released anything and since then lost what I did I never pursued a gamedev career, mostly after seeing how difficult the gamedev was compared to business software Anyway, the 20th year anniversary of the Net Yaroze is March 2017, so I've been working on a 3D Net Yaroze game since the start of 2016 in my spare time... You can follow/contact me via: https://www.youtube.com/user/gwald/videos https://twitter.com/xpCoin http://xpcoin.com/ I want to make clear, contractually I can't release Sony binaries nor code.. and Sony can still take back the dev kit when they like! :D I'll probably contact Sony see if I can release it somehow (free of cause) on PSN. If not, then I'll just port it to SDL2 over time. Cheers gwald
  10. Sony's Playstation 1 ruled the second half of the 1990s and there were hundreds of great games for the console. However, some hidden gems are still out there for serious collectors. This is Part 2 of my Hidden Gems series with local game collector Reggie.
  11. Prices don't include shipping. Hardware: Sony PlayStation (SCPH-1001) - $45 System with controller, A/V cord, and power cord. -Plays back-ups -CD drive replaced with one from a later PS1 FM Towns 2H - $375 System in box. Comes with DB15 to HD15 video cable adapter. Accessories Steel Battalion Xbox Controller - $120 Games: Rise 2 Resurrection - Sega Saturn - $12
  12. http://youtu.be/34kEY0404d4 Sony's Playstation 1 ruled the second half of the 1990s and there were hundreds of great games for the console. However, some hidden gems are still out there for serious collectors. How many have you played? What would you like to see in Part 2?
  13. hi, i'm hoping someone can help me with this. i bought a NIB innovation x-drive which is a ps1 memory card reader / writer / copier that also works with pocketstation, i've set it all up on an old laptop (it uses the parallel port) running windows xp (sp3), copied the supplied (dos) software onto my hard drive, turned off EPP in the bios plugged it all in correctly using a pal megadrive 1 psu (which i know works) but when i run the software i just get presented with 2 empty blue boxes in the dos window and none of the keypresses required to use it work. does anyone have any idea how i could get this working? (i want to be able to back up my saves from ps memory cards and to upload "doom" homebrew game onto my pocketstation). i have tried win 98 compatibility mode.
  14. Brittney helps me with our Top 10 PS1 Games & we discuss our first Playstation memories + Honorable Mentions! This list isn't like most Top 10 lists, but that's ok. Games shown: 1. Final Fantasy IX 2. XenoGears 3. Breath of Fire III 4. Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped 5. Twisted Metal 2 6. Einhander 7. Resident Evil II 8. Chrono Cross 9. Tetris PLUS! 10. Fear Effect 1&2 What would be on your list? What did we miss?
  15. I'd like to pick up some PlayStation games that I missed, but I'm slightly confused as to all the intricacies of backwards compatibility between the generations. I know PS1 games will play on a PS2, so I don't need a PS1. PS2 games will play on certain PS3s - but those command a hefty price premium? PS4s will play PS1 games (from disk? do you have to repurchase them?) - will they play PS2 or PS3 titles? So at a minimum, I need a backwards compatibile PS3 and a PS4 to access the full library, but it may be more cost effective to get a PS2 and a non-compat PS3? Is my knowledge out of date? I have a Trinitron in the basement so I can hook up a PS2 there if need be, but I'd like the keep the number of systems to a minimum.
  16. Ten years ago, I had a decent understanding of emulators and what specs were required to run them. Times have changed and I haven't kept up with new technology very well. So, I'd like to ask for help from some of the current emulator users. I have some consoles I'd like to emulate and I have a few different computers availible, but I'm not sure if any of them can do everything I'm interested in. What I'll do is list the consoles I want to emulate, so you can get an idea of what I'm trying to accomplish. 2600 7800 NES SNES Genesis GBA TG16 PS1 PS2 I know that PS2 is the one that will require the most to run effectively, so if you have a suggestion on what emulator works the best for PS2 and if possible, a rundown of the minimum specs for it, that would be awesome. I have a desktop computer that I'm sure will run any of them, but I'd like to keep it more portable. So, I'm hoping one of my laptops will do the job. I also have a tablet, which I'd love to use, but it's very doubtful it has the muscle to do anything newer than the 16 bit consoles. I don't have the specs for everything availible right now, but If it will help, I can see what they are and post them tomorrow. Thanks in advance for any help. Edit: I just found the specs for what seems to be the most popular PS2 emulator and it's even beyond what my desktop computer could handle. Unless there is one out there that doesn't need as much as PCSx2, I'll just have to forget about emulating anything above PS1. I'd still like recommendations on what people think works the best for the other systems, on Windows and Android. Like I said, I haven't kept up with emulation in a long time, so I'm guessing a lot has changed. Also, I'm fairly new to Android, so I can use all the help I can get if I'm going to try and use my tablet for anything.
  17. Austin

    done

    Well guys, I think I am going to wrap things up here. I've got some back problems and will be out of work for the next week as a result, and I want to minimize trips to the post office. I don't think anything left is going to sell anyway. So, thanks to everyone that helped out! It's been a crazy-busy week for shipping stuff out.
  18. There are approximately 1.6 billion Star Wars games out there...and here are some of the WEIRD, odd and FORGOTTEN games released that (you’re glad) you never heard of.
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