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#51
Re: Post your obscure items
Posted on: 10/30 14:30
VB Gamer
Joined 2018/8/4
USA
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Long Time User (1 Year)
This guy is the Game Wave Entertainment System, made by Canadian company Zap-IT! Games in 2005 and cancelled in 2009. About 13 games came out for it and was also a DVD player. I have two, this one doesn't have a working DVD drive and a boxed one.

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#52
Re: Post your obscure items
Posted on: 11/8 9:02
Nintendoid!
Joined 2012/11/19
USA
104 Posts
Long Time User (6 Years)
Quote:

McJones9631 wrote:
This guy is the Game Wave Entertainment System, made by Canadian company Zap-IT! Games in 2005 and cancelled in 2009. About 13 games came out for it and was also a DVD player. I have two, this one doesn't have a working DVD drive and a boxed one.

Funnily enough, I saw one of these things at a local used game store last week; I thought it was a Nuon at first.
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#53
Re: Post your obscure items
Posted on: 11/8 9:14
Nintendoid!
Joined 2012/11/19
USA
104 Posts
Long Time User (6 Years)
Earlier this week I found a Game Gear Soft Check cart at a thrift store. Supposedly this cart can check/test various things in the Game Gear like the speakers, contrast, buttons, V-RAM, etc. However, I'm unable to get it to pass the first test which appears to be a COMM Port check since I don't have a Game Gear Link cable (I think Sega called them Gear-to-Gear cables). Not that I'm really in a rush to get one at this moment though; the Game Gear was never really a console I had much interest in due to its size, capacitor leaking issue, and that Sega never made a Super Game Boy equivalent for the Game Gear.

I kinda wonder how this cartridge got to my neck of the woods. Maybe someone in my area used to work at Sega or something? I'm not sure if it's just a coincidence or maybe from the same person, but the same thrift store had a Genesis 2 in box the other week too that was still in pretty good condition.

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#54
Re: Post your obscure items
Posted on: 11/8 19:20
PVB Elite
Joined 2013/6/17
Canada
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Those service carts are pretty neat. I'm sure Sega had a few authorized repair depots, so that could possibly explain why it got to your area.

Cool stuff!
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#55
Re: Post your obscure items
Posted on: 11/9 10:07
PVB Elite
Joined 2013/6/17
Canada
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Had some time to play NES on my micro TV. Ever play Duck Hunt on a 1.5" screen?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B19qDkUgDI8
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