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  1. Ninja Doctor

    The Sega Dreamcast appreciation thread

    Basically yes. They replace the gdrom drive with a small pcb that takes an sd card. You then transfer your backed up disc images to the card.
  2. Ninja Doctor

    Emuparadise

    Theisozone has now fallen too. Sad times.
  3. Ninja Doctor

    The Sega Dreamcast appreciation thread

    eBay has a fair few on at around £65 a pop. So so very tempting.
  4. Ninja Doctor

    Neo Geo Appreciation Thread

    Looks like a 1c with the vertical slot
  5. Go to aldi and buy their antibacterial cleaning wipes. They get all sorts off.
  6. Ninja Doctor

    The Everton FC thread - Brace for disappointment

    I like how after ten years, I don’t have to bother changing the tag line.
  7. Ninja Doctor

    The Sega Dreamcast appreciation thread

    Mnemo. It’s a bit more expensive but supports big HDDs.
  8. Ninja Doctor

    The Sega Dreamcast appreciation thread

    Chinese clones. Won’t support firmware updates and don’t pay any royalties to Deunan .
  9. Ninja Doctor

    The Sega Dreamcast appreciation thread

    The gdemus have popped up on amazon marketplace now.
  10. Ninja Doctor

    The Emulator Thread

    Anyone here using Lakka?
  11. Are they shipping in old shoeboxes?
  12. Ninja Doctor

    SNES Mini

    People should just pick up a super cheap wii for n64 and NGC stuff. I’m using one to make a ghetto cube mini. All killer no filler (except extreme g 3).
  13. Ninja Doctor

    SNES Mini

    If you plug in a wii classic controller the home button takes you back to the menu
  14. If you want to sell the Astro Wars it’d make a great birthday present for my brother.
  15. Ninja Doctor

    The Sega Dreamcast appreciation thread

    Four screws to open the DC. No screws I think to lift the gd drive out and one screw if you want to support the gdemu board. The board just clips into the socket where the gd drive sat, no soldering.
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