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  1. Debating $55 on NES homebrew hardware, or like $130 on an Everdrive !vgp

    about 4 months ago from web
    1. @scribus what is the homebrew hardware? Otherwise an Everdrive is a good deal any day saving you the money to hunt for expensive and rare games that are supposed by it.

      about 4 months ago from web
      1. @adiwan "expensive to buy" . Never write something right after waking up before doing anything else.

        about 4 months ago from web
      2. @adiwan This here: http://www.infiniteneslives.com/nesmaker.php They have a kit with a board, cartridge shell, and the flasher-device-thing, and it's supposed to be basically a one-button procedure with the NESMaker software. I'm sure I'll end up with both devices, anyway. Haha Just trying to decide for today. Probably will end up putting it off until I have a job again...

        about 4 months ago from web
        1. @scribus I'd get an Everdrive first because it seems to be a more versatile tool. I read that there is an unofficial firmware for the Everdrive that supports the mapper of NESMaker games.

          about 4 months ago from web