.. thanks! Looks like a tricky process, but hey, how much a new NES? ;)
> If you just want to play Famicom games all you need is an converter (something
> that will fit the 60 pin game into the 72 pin slot). There is no need for any
> hardware modification since the Famicom does not have any lock-out mechanism.
> If you want to play PAL / European on a American system or vice versa you could
> try this http://nesworld.parodius.com/unines2.htm
> > Hi,
> > Does anybody know how to 'chip' a NES so that it will accept carts from any
> > region? I know the carts are different shapes, but I want to get past this
> > hurdle first ;) Somebody tells me it's a very simple one-snip on the circuit
> > board operation, but doesn't know any more than that. Anyone know how it's
> > done, or of a good NES site that may have the info I need?
> > Cheers,
> > Jay
> > [ www.mameworld.net/retroview ]