Any of you recognize this screen?
Today is an important day for me. I found this video, which is of the 1st console I ever had and holds enormous nostalgia value to me.
Now I'm looking for information on how to get this ROM running. Does it exist? Can normal NES emulators even run it?
I've read somewhere additional chips were needed on the original hardware other than just the ROM. And since they're famiclones and not the official hardware, emulators probably don't cover it.
I don't get it. They're hacked imperfect copies of NES games.
Literally some pirate has sat there with some cart reader/writer and modified good working retail games so they all fit on one cart and can be illegally sold.
That guy wasn't always perfect at his job, so some of the games have glitchy graphics or parts removed so the game is incomplete.
Wouldn't you get a better experience by playing the original working non-glitchy versions?
You can still buy these things from eBay except they come in a handheld shaped like a PSP, and have a rudimentary cartridge system. I own one and it sucks.
>Wouldn't you get a better experience by playing the original working non-glitchy versions?
One of the reasons I want to run that ROM is because I don't remember all the games I had there. I was too young.
I have no idea if these ROMs have ever been dumped or if anyone organized a list of them or something. I was hoping /vr/ would be versed on this kind of thing.
You're lucky that you found the specific multicart from your childhood.
I'm still looking for mine. It was a 30 (or maybe 36?) in 1, and the menu looked like pic related, simple as it gets.