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Originally Posted By Shideravan
I increment with the following systems:

-PV2000 (computer)
-Bit Corp. Gamate
-Tomy Kiss site
-Bandai Telebiko
-Nintendo Super Famicom Satellaview

And, of course, i'm assuming that this part of the wiki is updated :p

http://mess.redump.net/dumping:wanted?s[]=pocket&s[]=computer


The Gamate's European, not Japanese. I have some stuff for it, but it seems the carts are quite difficult to dump.

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Also the Nintendo Super Famicom Satellaview is dumped and the Bandai Telebiko isnt what you think it is, it's a kids toy, the lightgun vhs-tape thing it's labeled as on a few sites is wrong. That's actually a Bandai Video Challenger. I have 2 of those crappy things, both of mine are the European version.

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my gamate is going to reach a dumper's hands soon... hopefully it can be dumped

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Probably not coincidence that that's the cart I sent Guru.


Can be. smile

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I sent an email to Takeda Toshiya once, but no response.


It seems, he keeps his ROMīs like a Holy Grail.

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no. the point is that Japanese people take very seriously the legal issues related to dumping. no matter how old a piece of hardware is.

that's why you seldom find dumps from Japan released by Japanese people.

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Originally Posted By etabeta78
my gamate is going to reach a dumper's hands soon... hopefully it can be dumped


Nice! If he has any luck, I can send my carts if any are needed.

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Originally Posted By incog
Also the Nintendo Super Famicom Satellaview is dumped and the Bandai Telebiko isnt what you think it is, it's a kids toy, the lightgun vhs-tape thing it's labeled as on a few sites is wrong. That's actually a Bandai Video Challenger. I have 2 of those crappy things, both of mine are the European version.


I ever thought that Telebiko was a japanese version of V. Challenger...

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Looks from that Telebiko picture like it displays on the TV, so it's probably emulatable unless it's a horrible VHS bodge...may not be terribly fun unless you're a Japanese kid though.

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Originally Posted By Darkstar
I will be in Japan from October to February, and I could try to look for some missing systems (from the miss list in the wiki) there... I can't promise anything though


It would be nice to get these models with Japanese symbols on the keyboard:

NEC PC-8201
NEC PC-8300

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cybiko drivers have been enabled again in MESS. Notice that cybikoxt crashes almost immediately due to unemulated opcodes. This is the expected behavior until H8S2xxxx support will be added to the H83002 core.

cybikov1 & v2 would crash as well for the same reason if I would have not unmapped the ROM from the address maps (it can be easily re-added once the CPU is supported)

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