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#1
Re: Price check: boxed original (non-+) FlashBoy
Posted on: 8/25 8:47
VB Gamer
Joined 2007/5/31
USA
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Long Time User (12 Years)
Heh, I own the infamous 005 (was pictured in a thread before the first batch was released). I wish I had a Flashboy+, but I don't want to buy it again if they're even still available.

Lol is an OG one cooler to anyone?
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#2
Re: PVB Emulator & Fundraiser
Posted on: 4/1 15:53
VB Gamer
Joined 2007/5/31
USA
45 Posts
Long Time User (12 Years)
How do I load this up in my 3DS?
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#3
Re: PVB Emulator & Fundraiser
Posted on: 2018/6/5 15:16
VB Gamer
Joined 2007/5/31
USA
45 Posts
Long Time User (12 Years)
Man, let me tell you, I have no idea what is being described because I'm not a programmer, but I absolutely love these technical updates.

It's like you're creating the Rosetta stone so the entire world can enjoy these games that we all love on a more easily accessible device that seems like the most natural solution.

I cannot wait for the one day to actually see this work as it should. I'm also confused at why Nintendo never did this themselves a long time ago.

I cannot thank you enough Guy!
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#4
Re: PVB Emulator & Fundraiser
Posted on: 2018/5/7 16:00
VB Gamer
Joined 2007/5/31
USA
45 Posts
Long Time User (12 Years)
I haven't logged onto these forums in a long time, but thank you SOOOOOO much Guy!!! I've been DYING for a VB emulator on the 3DS and I'm really surprised there hasn't been a good one released yet. You are doing the lord's work.
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#5
Re: Bounds Highs for sale on Assembler
Posted on: 2016/2/2 20:44
VB Gamer
Joined 2007/5/31
USA
45 Posts
Long Time User (12 Years)
Quote:

L___E___T wrote:
Heh, seconding that NES comment - I think Nintendo Age sums that up pretty well.

Having said that - the Japanese side (Famicom) of NES collecting is much, much friendlier in the west, and I've been visiting FamicomWorld.com daily for ten years now, they are a great bunch and there's nothing like the elitism and passive aggression you see on Nintendo Age there.

For any NES fans, the Famicom is also a better machine to play and collect for (if I can put my bias to one side), for many reasons.


Oh weird, I just noticed the username. I bought an Everdrive N8 shell from you of Famicomworld

I completely second your thoughts on it all. Famicom collecting is much better than NES and the community is excellent.
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#6
Re: Some exciting news for this community
Posted on: 2014/11/19 17:36
VB Gamer
Joined 2007/5/31
USA
45 Posts
Long Time User (12 Years)
Quote:

Lester Knight wrote:
there has been 3ds homebrew for awhile and a way to play them. smealum's launcher is the only one that will be free (it won't require an expensive 3ds flash kit) and will not luanch 3ds rom back-ups.


I had no idea. I thought that they had found a way to run homebrew in DS mode and finally now they can run everything natively on the 3DS. Either way, I feel that this will open up a ton more people to 3DS homebrew and the Virtual Boy will gain more of a fanbase.
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#7
Re: Some exciting news for this community
Posted on: 2014/11/18 21:30
VB Gamer
Joined 2007/5/31
USA
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Long Time User (12 Years)
You just got me super excited. It would be great if Virtual Boy ended up gaining a whole bunch of new fans due to this.

Demand for Cubic Ninja is thru the roof now.
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#8
Some exciting news for this community
Posted on: 2014/11/18 15:34
VB Gamer
Joined 2007/5/31
USA
45 Posts
Long Time User (12 Years)
I hope this turns out legit and the hole blows wide open, but it looks as though someone out there found a way to run homebrew on the 3DS. All we need now is someone to write a good Virtual Boy emulator and this community can breathe a sigh of relief and store our Virtual Boys. Not that I don't love me some actual Virtual Boy play, but it would be nice to keep everything stored away in great condition.

Funny thing is that absolutely no one in that other community is looking forward to wanting to play Virtual Boy games, go figure...

http://gbatemp.net/threads/update-1-s ... s-of-3ds-homebrew.374233/
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#9
Re: The VB Glitchy Display Problem
Posted on: 2014/10/16 16:30
VB Gamer
Joined 2007/5/31
USA
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Long Time User (12 Years)
Just curious, has anyone ever tried using a magic eraser on the displays to expose the metal instead of a fiberglass pen or the NaOH solution? Don't those things work like fine sandpaper
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#10
Re: Anyone ever think we'll see VB games on 3DS?
Posted on: 2013/6/5 21:01
VB Gamer
Joined 2007/5/31
USA
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Long Time User (12 Years)
I don't know about you guys, but I have a VB in my closet all boxed up. As much as I would like to play new demos and games its a pain to dig through, take it out, and set it up all the time.

Anyway, what I'm getting at is that I WISH this would happen. VB games NEED 3DS hardware badly. There will be so much rejoicing when this happens. It'll just be 1000 times easier to put games on a micro sd and load them up.

In the end I think it'll actually make the VB more popular as there was always this negative stigma against the VB and thus many people never got to try it. It was way too ahead of its time and it never got a chance. This would be that second chance.
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