Dude, you need to get that thing ripped on a ROM, it's part of video game history, and your the only guy that still has it. If you don't do it, get to someone that can and that can get it to some ROM sites. It will be gone after your's stops working and it will be like you killed part of history.
If you do try to get it to someone to rip it for you I would strongly advise it be someone you trust, because if they know how valuble it is they run off with it in no time; there was 30 betas of Zelda 3 made in English and sent to NOA; but no one was the same, your's is about 60% finished, and when the game was canceled it was about 70% in development.
Do you have any idea how much this is really worth? To give you a vague idea, I saw a Nintendo World Tournament original NES cart auctioned off for a little over $6000, and there were over 300 hundred of those made. Do the math and you could make quite a profit from the $20 you paid for it.
After you get it over the internet, do whatever you want with it; sell it, keep it, or if your feeling generous, give it to the museum in the Nintendo World Store in NYC orthe one in NOA in Remond, WA.
Just make sure you get it ripped to a ROM!
Published By bensvoodooshack (firstname.lastname@example.org) -
21 October 05:38