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  1. sega_kid

    Neo Geo Appreciation Thread

    I remember our local cinema had an MVS arcade cab, that and seeing magazine ads was my only real exposure to the Neo Geo I had back in the 90s
  2. sega_kid

    Neo Geo Appreciation Thread

    Both are very cool, I wonder why the title changed overseas?
  3. sega_kid

    Neo Geo Appreciation Thread

    New Arrival! I was always in awe of the giant sprites in this game when it first came out
  4. sega_kid

    What type of retro fan are you?

    I enjoy retro gaming on my crt, with decent RGB consoles, mostly Sega stuff but I enjoy PC Engine and Neo Geo too. I only buy what I want to actually play, wether it's games I had when I was younger, or stuff I missed out on before. I also enjoy emulators on the PC, mostly for arcade gaming, but I find it a happy medium being able to use emulation or the real deal.
  5. sega_kid

    Neo Geo Appreciation Thread

    The packapunch rgb cable arrived today and works perfectly! Teach me for buying an eBay cheapie! Thanks for all the advice
  6. sega_kid

    Neo Geo Appreciation Thread

    Thanks for the link! I'm hoping it might just be a dodgy cable though, Or i could just stick with the composite as the picture still looks good through my crt. I tried the s-video too, and that looks even sharper, but I'd then need more cables for sound going that route
  7. sega_kid

    Neo Geo Appreciation Thread

    That's the indentation that's annoyingly stopping the megadrive scart from going in
  8. sega_kid

    Neo Geo Appreciation Thread

    Yes that's it, it's the stock one. If I can get the stock yellow white cable to work in that connection, but the RGB one gives the noise and tint, do you think it's just a duff cable? It was only a 12.99 eBay job
  9. sega_kid

    Neo Geo Appreciation Thread

    I have a megadrive 1 RGB scart, but it won't fit into the back of the AES, there are 2 slight indentations in the circle around the pins and it won't go? The standard yellow white cable that came with it works fine in the same connection though with no tint or noise
  10. sega_kid

    Neo Geo Appreciation Thread

    Yes, I don't why someone would want that, other than to provide audio for S-Video maybe? Either way I'm just using the standard Neo Geo connection instead
  11. sega_kid

    Neo Geo Appreciation Thread

    It's a NEO-AEC serial: 014610. It also has a few mods from a previous owner- s-video and red white yellow connectors added, along with what I understand to be a region switch. Although it has a unibios too? Thank you
  12. sega_kid

    Neo Geo Appreciation Thread

    Ok my Neo Geo has arrived! I currently only have Samurai Spirits 2 to play on it. I do have a question though- the picture looks fine through the standard composite cable that came in the box, but I did buy a RGB scart lead from ebay... However if I use the RGB scart I get a tinted yellow/green image, and a horrible buzzing sound. Have I bought a duff cable? I know the tv is fine with the scart sockets as I use other consoles with RGB scart via it...
  13. sega_kid

    Neo Geo Appreciation Thread

    Only briefly when I worked at Gamestation, and someone traded one in, I remember we were all in awe of it.
  14. sega_kid

    Neo Geo Appreciation Thread

    Long time lurker of this thread, I have finally taken the plunge on an AES! It's winging it's way to me now. My only experience of the system is through Superguns and MVS carts, but I've always yearned for the home console so here I go...
  15. sega_kid

    Sonic All Star Racing Transformed (2012)

    Fingers crossed this is at least on par with the last transformed game!
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