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N64 Cartridge Board Scan/Picture Repository Complete! (NTSC); Identify those pesky counterfeit N64 games!
Topic Started: Mar 7 2016, 12:59 AM (17,781 Views)
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Excellent piece Rocky. Totally with you on this one. At least with Sculptor's Cut if it is not plagued with the illusive "Property of Blockbuster" sticker then it is likely to be a fake. Joking aside, I think you make a good point here and as time goes on and these carts become more pricey and sought after there will be no doubt increased pirates entering the market for these and we need to be prepared for this. We also have a duty to make our members aware to mitigate the risk of people being scammed.

Thanks Rocky! A big step in the right direction with this.
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Mar 9 2016, 08:33 PM
Are there regional differences in the boards? As in, placement of batteries or other technical things?
Not as far as I am aware. I am pretty sure it was just the cart case but there is only one way to find out I guess. Don't think I have the tool to dismantle a cart. :facepalm:
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