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#1
Looking to trade SD Gundam Dimension War Repro w/ English Patch (you heard that right kids)
Posted on: 2018/8/19 4:15
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Hi yall, I'm looking to trade this beautiful repro cart! Here's a list of things that I'm looking for

-Japanese Sega Saturn (the white one) and games (oh baby)

-Phantasy Star II-V

-Super Famicom

-GBA player for gamecube

-Metroid Fusion

-Flash Carts

-Wii Games

-JRPG's for PS1 + PS2

-Anything else you have to offer really, I'm pretty open to whatever but the items listed above are particularly juicy :}

With awkward platonic love

-Supa Hot Fiya

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#2
Re: SD Gundam Dimension War English Patch Cart Trade Feeler
Posted on: 2017/4/22 12:20
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Quote:

Lester Knight wrote:
all of the released carts were sold with a box and manual. what you have sounds like one of the "unofficial" carts. from what i have read no one has gotten to the bottom of who is making them or how. i would love to see photos of the PCB.

here is info on the official release: http://www.planetvb.com/modules/newbb ... t_id=25308#forumpost25308


Ah, that explains it! Well, then I have an "unofficial" English translation cart for trade.
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#3
Re: SD Gundam Dimension War English Patch Cart Trade Feeler
Posted on: 2017/4/22 1:53
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It's not in the box. It's just the cartridge, I'm not sure they made a box for this as it is the English translation version.
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#4
Re: Game idea & mockup thread
Posted on: 2017/4/10 19:08
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I'd be willing to help create an RPG. I can do all the writing, art work and music, if anyone else would like to write coding and help with development? I'd totally be in for the long haul. It might be a great segway into getting development teams together to create more homebrew games.
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#5
Hello PVB
Posted on: 2017/4/10 14:07
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Hi everyone, just wanted to introduce myself to the community and plan on integrating in depth within the world of Virtual Boy. I just restored a VB with a display issue, and let me tell you, this is a beautiful feat of engineering! It almost hurts to think about how this system was sooo overlooked. I am a game collector, and I love everything I have, but nothing is quite like the virtual boy. There's just something about it that I cant quite place my finger on, I suppose it seems to embody some strange kind of nostalgia, even though I've never had one and only heard and acquired one recently. Anyway, hello to everyone- I look forward to bringing something to the table and have many good discussions with you all!
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#6
Re: Wanting to buy a Virtual Boy swivel stand
Posted on: 2017/4/9 19:43
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I might try to make one myself and see how it turns out for me, I'll let you know.
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#7
SD Gundam Dimension War English Patch Cart Trade Feeler
Posted on: 2017/4/9 19:31
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I just got an SD Gundam English Version homebrew cartridge from ebay. For some reason I was super amped about it, but now I'm kind of meh. I was wondering if anyone would maybe be down for a trade, like for a couple games or for something like a Japanese Jack Bros. cart? Honestly I'm open to pretty much anything, as I'm new to the world of virtual boy, just let me know.
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#8
Virtual Boy Stand
Posted on: 2017/4/9 14:12
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I just got a broken virtual boy and repaired the display with a heat gun and it is beautiful! I love this feat of engineering, however, I'm not too amped about the stand that it's mounted on. I just don't like having to lean forward and extend my neck like a giraffe the whole time, and it makes any amount of extended play quite uncomfortable. I've seen a couple tripod "solutions" for this problem being sold on ebay, but I'm not so convinced that they would really alleviate it completely. Is there anywhere else to buy a really good stand for the virtual boy that is super adjustable, or is there any resources on how to make one?
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#9
Re: What is the hardest/most difficult game you have ever played?
Posted on: 2017/4/2 12:53
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Super Contra. I must have quick saved and loaded at least 100 just to beat that game.
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