nomad

Falstaf

New Member
Whoot!!!Went out for lunch a little while ago and stopped at a gaming store. Grabbed a Nomad W\ac & car adaptor for $45. Only need battery pack and av cable. I'ze so happy!!
 

ToMaTo

New Member
you bastid i want one too but they damn expensive everywhere i look they go for like 120 canadian
i will get one though somehow someway hehe
 
I've had two nomads now, sold em both. Good little system, although its too big to lug around. I'm just gonna go for a GBA with breath of fire 2.
 

Falstaf

New Member
Originally posted by solid_snake@June 17 2002,12:54

Did you get any games ?

Yeah, they through in Vectorman, Sonic 2 and Stargate. Anyone know of an internet site that sells Nomad battery packs? Tried googling and came up dry. Also, will the genny av work with the Nomad?
 

M3d10n

New Member
I think the Nomad used the same power accessories as the Game Gear. Look for a GG rechargeable battery instead.
 

mtxblau

Mid Boss
Yep, the A/V cables are the same. But when you use them, you might notice that the Nomad is a tad slower than the Genesis.

At least, that's what I noticed. Not with Streets of Rage, but with NFL 95, and other sports games.

But when you fire up Streets of Rage 2 (as I did repeatedly last weekend) you forget all that - there's nothing like playing it as a handheld.


There are two types of GG battery packs, from what I can tell, one is the actual packs that sit in the battery compartment, the other is this mouse looking thing that connects to the A/C Adaptor. Obviously the first won't work w/ the Nomad, but the 2nd is touted as working. (I'm sure it'd work w/ a lot of things)

That reminds me - up until this point I thought I didn't buy anything at a console launch, but I got the nomad the day it came out (what was that, 6 years ago?).
 

Subura

New Member
I love my nomad, but its a big mistake to play shining on the darkness on it because you will either go blind or have to memorize the text.
 
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