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Help identifying accessories; ID'd: Gamester Evolution System
Topic Started: Jul 22 2013, 11:19 AM (1,824 Views)
Diodado
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Hi guys ,I ve just found that this topic would fit my needs . Yesterday at a flea market I 've bought this "adaptor" for n64. It has two slots and I really can't understand why. The upper slot doesn't have any plastic so I think that it fits cartridges from any region , but the side slot has the shape of Pal cartridges. I' ve opened it looking for more info but it actually looks like a bridge , and nothing else, no chips , no rom etc. I' ve also found a code on the board " n64slot-r2" but google didn' t give me any answer. :( Does anybody have a clue? ;)
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Well , a friend of mine just let me notice that this is only a cart that allows you to play piratated n64 games... not an happy discover :-/
Edited by Diodado, Sep 16 2013, 07:35 AM.
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Diodado
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well...at least I could use it as an import player. worth it for 1 $ ! :) thanks !
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