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Old 08-20-04, 06:19 PM   #31 (permalink)
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Intelevision, baby!
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Colecovision (Wing War, Space Panick, and BC's Quest for Tires)!!!

Although Frog Bog and Bump n' Jump for Intellivision were pretty cool.
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Emulators are available for virtually all the classic stuff.

The Xbox has become and emulation heaven with all kinds of emus available for download.

All you need to do is mod it via chips or using a Splinter Cell save game
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I'm buying it~!
You know the oddest part, is that I still have the vic 20, comodore 64 and the coleco at home. Hahaha, never know when you want to go back in time ;-)

Haven't played them in like 15 years or so. Maybe I will have a tournament of turbo on the coleco ;-) with the cheap wheel and gaz pedal...
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Emulators are available for virtually all the classic stuff.

The Xbox has become and emulation heaven with all kinds of emus available for download.

All you need to do is mod it via chips or using a Splinter Cell save game
How would you do that with a splinter cell save game? I have some save games, but I didn't mod my x-box yet, I wanted to use a solderless chip but people said it wasn't any good. I don't want to have to solder something on it...
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Bump N Jump, the Tron games and the D and D games were ALL good for Intelivision!
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D & D ROCKED for Intellivision. I was just playing it a week ago on my PC. I liked the ending where you get both pieces of the crown and the game ends with a big "gonnnggggg". Too cool.
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Oh yeah, they had a "3D" version too. It was such a vast game. I loved it! But no one seems to have heard of that one. Best game ever made for that system. YEARS a head of its time.
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Yep, all black screen with light blue graphics. I remember it well.

Funny how this thread has gone from a jerk-off moderator on reptibid to old video games. LOL!
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LOL... yeah. And I finally found someone else besides me and my brothers that has played that game!
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Old 08-21-04, 01:12 AM   #41 (permalink)
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Talking about mods' attitude, same was at Bob Clarks site 2 years ago. Rude and hysteric mods that all they ever did was talking about how huge their snake was (while their brains remained so tiny)...just awfull...
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Sirestap: I have the Xbit solderless chiip. It rocks. Although I may solder it anyway because occasionally it slips and I have to kick the machine a couple of times to get it to boot

And here's how to do the Splinter Cell hack:

http://forums.xbox-scene.com/index.php?showtopic=175558

Before attempting it, read EVERYTHING, and then go to the other tutorials and read lots of those too. One boo-boo and goodbye Xbox.

And in case anyone has worries about content of the post, currently it is not illegal to mod your box. Distribution of mod chips with a copy of a hacked bios is indeed illegal, but softmodding (using save games) or selling chips with no BIOS violates no laws.
Obviously using these techniques or tools to pirate games is illegal, but there is also a large homebrew community making some incredible tools for the Xbox. The media player for one is an indispensable tool.
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Greg, maybe it was hemipenes envy

Is '***** envy' a recognized term in Greece? We have so many strange idioms that don't work well internationally.
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LOL...hemipenes envy YES!

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Yeap! This is very true Cruciform. Well..."hope dies last" and i think that this is common here (Greece) and there (America)

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Sirestap: I have the Xbit solderless chiip. It rocks. Although I may solder it anyway because occasionally it slips and I have to kick the machine a couple of times to get it to boot

Thanks for the info. I will prob order one to put in my x-box.

I will try not to move the x-box soes the chip doesn't move.
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