Here’s a listing of some of the known hardware part numbers of various Sega Dreamcast bits and pieces. List copied from ASSEMblergames. Thanks to Quzar and DreamCaster and everyone else who contributed!
(These first models often appear simply as … Continue reading
Back in 2016 I sent across a funky GameShark cartridge for the Sega Saturn that came bundled with something or other. I didn’t have much use for it so I sent it on to Skyway1985 over in the US in … Continue reading
Previously, way back in August 2016, I posted about having power supply problems on my Sega TeraDrives.
I had considered falling back onto a PSU replacement if replacing parts blindly failed. As it turned out this was the plan I … Continue reading
Here we have some video of the Amstrad Mega PC, which has been upgraded to the Amstrad Mega PC Plus (or the Amstrad Mega “Plus”) by replacing the 386SX motherboard with a 486SLC motherboard. That’s right, all the instructions of … Continue reading
Let’s go through all the different types of Sega Saturns. All images courtesy of Zyrobs. Thank you Zyrobs! And who knew the Sega Saturn had so many revisions. How Sega managed this… well I suppose they didn’t… too soon? … Continue reading
Lately I’ve noticed folk have been replacing their TeraDrive power supplies either due to failure or needing 220v power in place of a big transformer sitting on their desk, I’m the latter. In the following photos we have the TeraDrive … Continue reading
Not the capture device we need, but the capture device we deserve. For $25 it doesn’t do a bad job at all and it even works on a Mac? Incredible. Glitching videos where we cross random address lines (and I … Continue reading
The Dreamcast Broadband Adapter is one of the most awesome pieces of technology for a Sega Dreamcast system. Not only does it enable you to “download” your GD-ROMs and GD-Rs, it allows you to download your BIOS straight from your … Continue reading
Sega Saturns tend to have one of three power supplies. The very long (above), aka “Type B”…
And the slightly shorter known as “Type C”.
You can mix and match between like types, 110V to 220V and visa versa but … Continue reading
So how did I get to this point, error after error “Cartridge unsuitable for this system” or “Game disk unsuitable for this system”. Stop whining already Segata! Plus instead of Japanese text, it would prompt which language to enter each … Continue reading