XXXX - Famicom Mini Extra Series - Kido Senshi...

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  1. shaunj66
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    ROM NumberÂ

    XXXX - Non commercial




    Full NameÂ

    Famicom Mini Extra Series - Kido Senshi Z Gundam Hot Scramble



    RegionÂ

    Japan




    LanguagesÂ

    Japanese




    Release GroupÂ

    WRG




    ROM SizeÂ

    32Mbit




    Save TypeÂ

    EEPROM_V124




    ROM SerialÂ

    AGB-FGZJ-JPN




    PublisherÂ

    Nintendo




    GenreÂ

    Action




    ROM VersionÂ

    1.0




    FilenameÂ

    wrg-fmks.zip




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  2. science

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    Is this like the NES Classics that N. America saw?
     
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    Yes, it's an emulated NES game.

    You should read the NFO for further information.
     
  4. bryehn

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    i assume this one will need to be cracked?
     
  5. Takeshi

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    is it me or is the link to the nfo broken?
     
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    I think this one should be XXXX, it's not a commercial game. [​IMG]
     
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    yep, nfo seems to be broken
    same goes for the screenies
     
  8. Takeshi

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    mmh ... seems like it works now! [​IMG]
     
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    Yes, it should all be fixed now! With thanks to Hunter! [​IMG]

    Let me know if you spot any more problems! [​IMG]
     
  10. MattyXB

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    Wow, sounds so special, that I want it for my collection. [​IMG]

    Has someone a cartridge scan from it? I would like to know how it looks like. [​IMG]
     
  11. TPi

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    From the release:

    [​IMG]
     
  12. Heran Bago

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    The game was produced legally, and because of the work that it took getting this release, I'd say it devers a nomal release number rather than XXXX. But, whatever =P.
     
  13. blackeromegalon

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    The guys who release these rare gaming examples are real heroes. There's a whole culture based on unreleased and super secret gaming goodies, where people actually aquire games that you probably didn't even know existed. These people almost never share their findings by releasing isos and roms, let alone tell others of their existence.
    So people who provide games like these and Propeller Arena, Earthbound zero (english nes version) etc. are really doing the gaming community a huge service imo.
    Cheers to wrg for aquiring this!
     
  14. dreary79

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    It angers me that this does not have a number. ERRRRR

    It shouldn't be looked at as a non-retail game, but as a retail game never release retail.
     
  15. yuyuyup

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    so is this crap worth flashing or is it a japfest
     
  16. OrR

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    Seeing as the screens are completely in English, it probably won't be a problem. But why would you want to? You could have played the original NES rom all along and this probably doesn't differ from that in any way.
     
  17. FAST6191

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    Whoa, I remember seeing this on No-Intro's undumped lists and wondering if it ever would be dumped (I think I even made a bet against it).

    As for "hoarders" as they are known I will join the collective firing of expletives their way.
     
  18. xuom2

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    this was possible with merged forces of no-intro and wrg. now i hope we will find some GBC goodies..
     

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