ST-V scans/wiki

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Re: ST-V scans/wiki

Postby turntablism » March 2nd, 2017, 7:17 pm

if i remember correctly, i bought this game as an conversion. i never opened RSG before :shifty:
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Re: ST-V scans/wiki

Postby Moonwalker » March 3rd, 2017, 12:32 pm

I have Souky, Dynamite Deka and RSG and would be happy to help if needed.
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Re: ST-V scans/wiki

Postby Stompp » March 3rd, 2017, 1:54 pm

Moonwalker wrote:I have Souky, Dynamite Deka and RSG and would be happy to help if needed.

Much appreciated :awe: Have a look at the carts already on the wiki and if your carts differ in any way from them please upload them. One thing we'd like to figure out if there's different versions or revisions of the carts. If you don't have time for placing them on the pages, don't worry - I can fix that later :)
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Re: ST-V scans/wiki

Postby Stompp » March 3rd, 2017, 10:32 pm

Weee :awe: in less than a week we've got more than 23 titles added to the wiki. Much thanks to Turntablism :-D :slowclap:

Some only got pictures of bootleg carts and some need confirmation is they're genuine or boot, but still awesome. I've got some wiki editing to do over the weekend :shifty:

A big thank you to everyone who's given a hand. Much appreciated!

Have a wondrous weekend :ugeek:
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Re: ST-V scans/wiki

Postby thomj » March 3rd, 2017, 10:56 pm

This is an awesome thing you're doing. I only have Terra Diver on STV, I'll give it a check over to see if it's any different. If you have the energy for it it's be a great idea to do the similar thing for supernova and maybe even F3 :awe:
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Re: ST-V scans/wiki

Postby phillv85 » March 4th, 2017, 12:29 am

Then Atomiswave and NAOMI :awe:
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Re: ST-V scans/wiki

Postby ifog » March 4th, 2017, 2:17 pm

Good idea :thumbup:
Will try to send you some pics next week (if still needed).

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For STV system, bootleg are mostly Cotton games and RSG.
Ratio bootleg/original for Cotton Boomerang is just unbelievable :mad: .
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Re: ST-V scans/wiki

Postby Stompp » March 4th, 2017, 6:48 pm

ifog wrote:Good idea :thumbup:
Will try to send you some pics next week (if still needed).

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For STV system, bootleg are mostly Cotton games and RSG.
Ratio bootleg/original for Cotton Boomerang is just unbelievable :mad: .

Wow! That's a huge pile of carts :awe: Much appreciated if you would take a look and add any missing titles you've got and if you've got any carts that differ from the ones already on the wiki. I still haven't figured out if there's different versions of games, like with the MVS carts or not.

Personally I only own the Steep Slope Sliders (which apperas to be a boot). I'm expecting handful of games to arrive on Monday along with a mobo with the video daughter board.

Gotta admit I didn't start the wiki because I'm especially knowledgeable about the ST-V system. I started it because I had the need for it, myself :shifty: And I reckoned I probably wasn't alone.
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Re: ST-V scans/wiki

Postby nem » March 4th, 2017, 8:38 pm

The PCB front and back photos of Die Hard Arcade are actually of Dynamite Deka.
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Re: ST-V scans/wiki

Postby p1pkin » March 5th, 2017, 3:47 am

phillv85 wrote:Then Atomiswave and NAOMI :awe:

for Naomi we have -
http://www.citylan.it/wiki/index.php/Na ... -_Triforce
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Re: ST-V scans/wiki

Postby Stompp » March 5th, 2017, 11:47 pm

nem wrote:The PCB front and back photos of Die Hard Arcade are actually of Dynamite Deka.

Thanks for spotting it. Removed them and split moved the two titles to their own pages :)

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