That doesnt mean it's not rare, I have plenty of 'rare' things, doesn't mean they're not rare thoughOriginally posted by gamefoo21@May 18 2002,02:53
rare my ass my friend was over in japan and the person he was staying with had one.
I think you're right soldermonkey.Isnt that the same thing cecelia-chan had a pic of from hong kong?
That depends on when you're talking about. In the 1980s when all it took for disk/tape-based apps was knowledge of 6502 or Z80 and some time, the US was right up there. It's only in industrial piracy that far east nations really have an advantage.I think when it comes to pirating, the US is kinda slow.
That's because there really wasn't much of a market for it until after the SCPH-900x models were released. Before then, someone who didn't want to bother with a chip install would just get one of the so-called "Game Enhancer" carts (which, by the way, were based on hardware developed by an English company and software developed by a Japanese hacking group, as long as you're interested in attributing innovation to countries).I think that PSX Exchanger boot disk or whatever was really late (Like many years after the Chinese mods).