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Posted byJoffeman
Posted on04/21/02 05:43 PM

> > 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.
> Yep. I have a stack of Gyromite games that had those (official, Nintendo-built)
> Famicom adaptors inside of them. I used one to hook up my Dragon Quest IV cart.
> (AWESOME RPG, hope you like Katakana and Hiragana. :) )
> If anyone is looking for one of these adaptors, I could try to find my stash
> somewhere in the basement. The cost would be very reasonable. I think I have
> about 5 or 6 of them left.

i 'made' mine from excitebike. the trick is to find older games which are a bit heavier than normal. they generally have fun, happy converter parties going on inside. invite yourself.


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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