to KRIKzz everdrive64
I hope in the furure you make
everdrive for nintendo 64?
everdrive pc engine (turbo duo?
everdrive for Neogeo AES ?
I cant see it working very well on N64. It would need a t-connector to attach original carts to read the protection chips that vary with the games, like with the Doctor V64 and the like.
AES.. I'd like one for that, but the flash size would have to huge for the 600+ mbit games.
It doesn't need a t-connector. You can solder one security chip inside and then have a boot emulator do the rest.
Marshall posted how this works somewhere here. It had something to do with a patched pif rom that gets loaded instead of the real one.
Last edited by sanni; 02-14-2011 at 08:56 AM.
Ok that would be very cool. I guess things have moved on a bit since I was last playing with the cd/v 64 units.
NeoGeo would be pretty unrealistic. Also it would be hard to compete with the existing MultiCarts for NeoGeo MVS. I have a 150-in-1 that is only missing 59 titles. Of those I can't say there are a ton I would miss.
PC-Engine shouldn't be that tricky.
I didn't want to start a new thread but does he have any plans for an NES cart? I can see that selling like hotcakes (especially if it had FDS support).
Krikzz said that he probrably consider making Famicom Everdrive , many asian guys and I really looking forward to one since we never get and flashcart to use with Famicom except some rare Japanese exclusive that sell in deep under ground secret bases that no one know of...
I agree about nes flashcart, in America the NES was very popular and nowdays a lots of people would like to play again in the NES some games that they missed when they were kids or teenagers and couldn't afford them back in those days.
Since there's already an up and working NES flash cart, I myself would much prefer an N64 one. Especially since my V64 died a long time ago:dammit:
There is a working N64 flashcart out there to, just visit neoflash.com
I think the main complaint about the Neoflash N64 product is the high price. The N64 doesn't have that many truly great games, at least by most people's reckoning, and the price of that cart+extras far exceeds the price of the must-have games.
There's also very little in the way of ROM hacking going on for the N64. From what I've seen most hacks involve emulator-specific hacks, high-res texture packs etc which wouldn't be possible on original hardware. The main reason I bought a SNES PowerPak was to play ROM hacks on the console itself.
I'd probably buy an Everdrive64 if it was cheap, but I doubt I'd get much use out of it. With a few exceptions I own most of what I want out of that console.
NeoMyth's problem is the lack of storage space, and astronomical price. There is a guy in the U.S. working on an N64 multi-cart that, if it does what he says, will be the grand daddy of N64 carts. He hasn't confirmed it's final release, nor if he's definitely mass producing them though.
It's called the PowerPAK. Google it. Want to use it on a Famicom? Get a good adapter, or better yet just buy a NES as they are cheap.
Originally Posted by aleomark
Last edited by MottZilla; 02-14-2011 at 10:59 PM.
witch one can have more sales? ( no witch one would you like) one for NES or one for N64?
edit: I know about powerpak but I'm not talking about if there are or no carts, I mean about everdrive carts
BTW http://www.elotrolado.net/hilo_recop...asicas_1490286 that's my topic (in spanish) about all flashcarts
Last edited by aleomark; 02-14-2011 at 11:03 PM.
Famicom or NES, I'd jump on either one at this point. I'm tempted to jump on the PowerPak, but I'm thinking that it's just too much for a flash card.
I'd also jump in on a PCE/TG Everdrive. I can think of several others that would love one, too.
Meh. NES and Famicom games look too different. Those adapters are unsightly, necessary as they may be. There's a Super Famicom style Super Everdrive sold, why not something for Famicom?
You don't know how much it takes to ship an NES across the continents or how hard it is to find a pin adapter that works with powerpak on famicom....plus Powerpak with pin adapter looks like a tower which is too tall/ugly on famicom.
Originally Posted by MottZilla
Last edited by DC_Lov; 02-16-2011 at 05:45 AM.
Not that it is a reason for KRIKzz not to but there is a board member already making one.
Originally Posted by neomatrix
Originally Posted by marshallh
Last edited by LeGIt; 02-16-2011 at 06:07 AM.
Thanks for that Legit. I'd see that before but couldn't remember where!
That 64drive is in my starting page since december. Hope it gets complete soon it's a great project.
Marshal has a youtube channel with demonstrations of his cartridge working and it's awesome.