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Posted byRyu_Hayabusa
Posted on05/23/01 01:05 AM



If you have any older NES games, you should open them up and look inside. When NES was first released, sometimes Nintendo would use Famicom chips and put converters on them, then put them in NES casings because they couldn't meet the demand I guess. So if you open it up and pull off the converter, well, you have a free converter that you can use for Famicom games.


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*How to de-regionalise a NES?  Raspy tongue04/29/01 08:33 PM
..Check this out  Ryu_Hayabusa05/23/01 01:05 AM
..*Re: Check this out  Videoman04/20/02 09:25 AM
...*Re: Check this out  Halcyon08/25/02 03:37 AM
....*Re: Check this out  fuuma3001/18/04 12:06 PM
...*true that  Joffeman04/21/02 05:43 PM
.*Re: How to de-regionalise a NES?  postamessage04/30/01 09:21 AM
..*That's exactly what I was after ... :) ...  Raspy tongue04/30/01 06:58 PM
.*Re: How to de-regionalise a NES?  Fly V04/30/01 00:22 AM
..*Re: How to de-regionalise a NES?  Luisv04/30/01 06:24 PM