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Old 20 July 2016, 22:53   #21
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isn't it Ctrix on the photo on the left?
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Old 20 July 2016, 23:30   #22
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Yeah, he filmed/edited the whole thing and is the "narrator" voice you can hear too.
They're all part of the Melbourne "chip music massive"
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Old 17 August 2016, 23:18   #23
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SSF move over, Mednafen is here with experimental Saturn support.

For a first release it's pretty damn impressive, this is now my Saturn emulator of choice.
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Old 18 August 2016, 09:11   #24
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Can you still use all of the features of the AR though?

I just bought and fitted a modchip to mine, that way I can use backups and still benefit from the AR features.
Sorry I did not reply. The AR features are gone (currently).

I might get a modchip, only around 15.
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Old 19 August 2016, 05:39   #25
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I have a modded Sega Saturn and I still think this is awesome. Replacing CD/DVD drives for old consoles is really a very good thing to do. My Saturn is still going strong (I have it for 14 years, and the thing is 20+ years old - still no signs of tired CD reader), but I know someday the reader will give in.

Also, even with a mod to run CDRs, nowadays it's a pain in the ass to burn CDs and find good-quality blank CDs, not to mention the room they take and the fact they do stop work after a few good years (a few of my PS1 cd burns had to be burned again because they stopped working).

I really wish people could manage to do this with every cd based system.
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Old 19 August 2016, 11:41   #26
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@Shatteredhand

I have to admit, despite their cheapness - Tesco branded CD's work flawlessly with the following systems I have here:

Playstation (chipped for standard CD's - region free bios)
Dreamcast (no mod)
3D0 FZ-1 (no mod)
CD32 (no mod)
PS2 (chipped for standard CD's - region free)
MegaCD (Region Free Pic Mod)
Saturn (chipped for standard CDs)

They are quite cheap at about 8 for 50 of them - they are an organic dye - but not had a failure yet.

Sadly it is a ball-ache having to write CDR's - but its worth it in the long run - Luna Silver Star has to be played on the Saturn!
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Old 19 August 2016, 12:34   #27
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Lunar Silver Star Story is Japanese only on Saturn. I guess you meant the translated Sega CD/PSX versions.

Yep, CD image loader for all CD consoles would be nice. Especially for my PC-Engine Duo which has problems with 2-3 games burned games (not a CDR/burner problem though).
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Old 19 August 2016, 14:21   #28
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Lunar Silver Star Story is Japanese only on Saturn. I guess you meant the translated Sega CD/PSX versions.
While I have played and enjoyed the SegaCD and PSX version, I also have the Japanese version for the Saturn - before you ask you can blame it on too much anime with subtitles
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Old 19 August 2016, 21:59   #30
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