Wow damn that was fast :-)
Will the protocol be released publicly? I'd like to see if I can get a GDB stub going.
$200, I guess that finally answers all the questions. Be a while before I can justify it but a purchase is definitely on the cards at some point.
Slightly higher than I expected, but still a day 1 purchase for me. Absolutely no qualms paying extra for a quality product that makes a mockery of similar products on the market.
Hey Marshall, what are the two games that are known to not work ?
and how can you copy files to a CF ? I think my notebook adapter can only handle SD cards.
Can you use the usb in the cartridge to copy files over the CF ?
It will be cheaper buy those two games them :)
Thanks for the info.
$ 200 = € 138 :lol:
It's great to buy from the States. :dance:
Removing them from carts is dirt easy if you're adept at soldering, just gotta find some donor carts. Glad I kept a few of my carts that have gotten their contacts broken over the years.
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My feedback thread, since it seems somewhat difficult for people to find.
You can get an N64 Neo Myth for the same price. And with the slot adapter at the back you get 100% compatibility. No need for any solder just plug in a 6105 cic game like Perfect Dark.
Additionally the menu even supports box arts, which looks great!
But only the future can tell which one is the better device. Though the N64 Myth doesn´t support 768kb sram save which is needed for Dezaemon 3D...
I'm going to wait a few months to see if it has any problems.
I'm definitely going to purchase, just not immediately. I'm mainly going to use this for development!
I can't wait! :clap: