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    This cool system plays Famicom/Super Famicom/PC Engine games

    Yes, I know it's basically a modder's project incorporating each console into a large chassis, but it's still cool!


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    I Love The Super Famicom

    I think it has a better name than the Super Nintendo I Think it has a better name than the Super Nintendo Entertainment system untill you say that to yourself I Think the video-games are better of course I But I want More video-games like Robotrek :)

    I Love My SSEGA-CD Thank The Gods They Whoever Invented it MBoy I Have One

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    Makes You Want To Eat Your Wheaties

    MAkes You Want Eat Your Wheaties Huh ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by storino03 View Post
    Yes, I know it's basically a modder's project incorporating each console into a large chassis, but it's still cool!


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    I..I, I want @_@. This thing is too cute to be a mod... and they're selling units too... in Japan. I wonder if it has support for PCE peripherals like the CD attachment.

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    I highly doubt it. If they left the back expansion port exposed at all, you'd have to hardwire it up to the cd unit somehow.

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    That's sad... it's still looks pretty unique though @_@

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    Quote Originally Posted by storino03 View Post
    I highly doubt it. If they left the back expansion port exposed at all, you'd have to hardwire it up to the cd unit somehow.
    There's a thing called the RAU-30 that is designed to go off the PCE expansion port to connect to a IFU if you have a configuration that won't fit in there. That would probably work for this.

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