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James A wrote:Anybody know much about these? Saw one today at a carboot sale, first time i've ever seen one. Are they worth picking up and are there any good games for them?
I have to thank you, you jogged my memory!!!
My Aunt has one of these... I hope she still has it at least... I should find out if she needs it re-homed
Plus my 500 died recently so I need a replacement
...So, thanks mate!
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I saw one of these in, I think, Curry's years ago. It was quite interesting and was playing Defender of the Crown if memory serves. The constant CD access was a bit confusing to me as it was the first time I'd ever seen, let alone used, a CD drive.
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I owned one back in the day. It did look cool, but the CD caddy was a bit censored as they used to scratch the discs - and scratch them bad.. I remember one of the selling points was that you could 'remix' CDs - fun for five minutes. I did see one a few months back at a car boot. I think the guy wanted Â£50 with a load of bits.
Officially a crap gamer - but one that works for SEGA