>>2960464 Kazuma Kaneko is best known for his major hand in the design of the Shin Megami Tensei series, lots of mythic and striking designs involving high fashion and penises/boobs: http://megamitensei.wikia.com/wiki/Kazuma_Kaneko
But apparently one of his first design jobs was drawing cartoon animals for the NES game Rockin' Cats: http://eirikrjs.tumblr.com/post/107718156191/kazuma-kaneko-rockin-kats-artwork-from-the-july
I'm nearly sure the humping picture above is fake but I'm tickled at the idea that it's some secret drawing he did that was later used on a sexy bootleg.
Personally I owned a SNES-looking Famiclone and have around 30 yellow repro cartridges. Some of them are blue, too. One of the games was a weird Tom and Jerry game that I learned was actually a homebrew release.
>>2966471 >>2966514 I used to love those figures when I was young. The thrill of opening a packet, wondering which one it would be. Usually Bishop Fish or Golem for the 4th time, but that wasn't the point.
I recently discovered this Russian guy on YouTube who grew up on pirated Famicom games on his Famiclone Dendy system. Dude has good knowledge and history of where many of these pirated Famicom games came from.
Actually fairly entertaining to watch his, Dendy Chronicles. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kne6AKyYUuM
>>2969895 The early models were legit hardware clones, and although they were PAL they were accurate. The newer models that look like the AtGames Genesis are the same NOAC as those plug-and-play N64 controllers.
>>2972094 >Dendy was PAL Not really. Neither were some "PAL" famicoms. It was an NTSC console that could output PAL. You can test that by plugging in a Famicom cart and watching it run at full speed, on a PAL screen. Nintendid what Sega don't. So did some Chinese. Mako , and probably others, sold 3rd party versions of these converter modules for modding NTSC famicoms.
>>2969343 I watched one of his first videos a long time ago but never looked him up again and now I'm powering through dendy chronicles, thanks for posting that anon. Real interesting stuff. That 8bit port of the SNES Aladdin actually looks legit as fuck, kinda wanna grab some dendy carts now. Anybody know if dendy carts will work on an NES with an adapter like pic related, what with the potential differences in video standards?
>>2974958 Atleast some (very very cheap plastic) Famiclone cards work with original Famicom, so it might be possible that such an adapter will work too. But not sure how and what will fuckup the Regioncheck to bypass, if at all since original Famicom and clones had no check at all, so might need some adapter like Action Replay which might help to bypass. But worth a try with a normal adapter of course. The cards are very cheap so nothing much to loose.. Anyway, just get a Famicom for profit.
>>2975260 I'm not concerned about the region lockout, I already snipped my 10nes chip so I could play famicom games on my NES with the adapter in my last post. it works perfectly, but they're both NTSC. I know that Russia doesn't really have a set standard and it's just sort of PAL or SECAM all over the place so I'm just curious is dendy carts would play on NES hardware or if there would be issues with speed or graphics.
>>2976345 Depends if those pirate cards use original games or hacked games from official and use PAL instead of NTSC or vice versa. Will vary heavily i guess, so no guarantee. Also not just because of the choosen rom "type", but also how they coded it at all. Well, they are all very glitchy so you won't feel a non glitchy experiency at all anyway, even on using "original" hardware like Dandy. Also in general, those cards are not just for Dandy, they are for every Famiclone produced on mass at that time, also as just normal cardridge for famicom. Like the Chinese cared enough to make a 100% compatible card for Dandy, it's all the same from the same production. So don't worry about it too much here.
>>2960008 On other note, there are a few websites which are currently dumping those cards on mass. So it's likely that most cards you can easily buy are already available on net and might work on emu or flash, depends if they used an own fucked up mapper, which isn't rare for all those weird bank-switching and stuff they did for those glops..
>>2977637 Good to know, thanks anon. Kinda hard to find information about this online since its such a crapshoot with pirate stuff.
Yeah with bootleg carts I guess I'm not really expecting high quality, but I'm interested in a number of the "exclusive" pirate games and some of the original Taiwanese games. I love the idea games for NES being released as late as the early 2000s.
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