Ultimate Neo Geo MVS To AES Converter- The Daedalus

Ultimate-Neo-Geo-MVS-To-AES-Converter-The-DaedalusAs a much cheaper alternative to Neo Geo AES home cartridges many retro gamers turn to SNK's arcade counterpart, the MVS. While some will acquire modified arcade hardware to get their MVS fix, others prefer to use converters to keep their action on the home console. The Daedalus is set to revolutionise that.

While we do like to think we're quick to report retro gaming news, we have to admit we're a little slow on this incredible arrival to the Neo Geo scene. DavidG of the Neo-Geo.com forums announced his new limited edition product last month after years of frustrations with the existing converters out there.

As he explains, the few converters already available unfortunately lack near perfect compatibility, may require hardware modifications,and occasionally require an external power supply to feed the adapter. Given these are just a few of the flaws in existing range of converters, DavidG set out on a quest to remedy all these issues and create the ultimate and near perfect solution to playing MVS cartridges on a Neo Geo AES home system.

After a long period of hard work and testing, the Daedalus was born. Boasting compatibility with almost every MVS game out there (including the Neo Geo MVS pirate multi-cartridges), DavidG feels confident in his product and has begun offering the 100 built units for general sale. But such power however comes at a price. To get your hands on one of these devices you'll be looking at forking out $395 CND.

Link: DavidG's Daedalus NeoGeo Converter

Last Updated ( 06 February 2012 )  


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(Link to this comment) chocklo 2012-02-06 23:12
I considered getting a Phantom a while ago but never got round to it. At £170, it's significantly cheaper than this one. I thought that the Phantom convertor was the tried and tested path to take. Was it flawed?

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