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Wizbiscuit wrote:Haha nice, sounds like somebody just messing with there carts, Cybermorph was the packin game 90% of the time, so doubt they would have given you Dragon instead.
Should get out my Jag again, that joypad is quite something, always fancied picking up a couple more games for it, only purchased it original for Tempest 2000.
Consolecharlie wrote:Wow I've never heard that before, but gotta agree with Ewjim, you've got a better game as a result. Cybermorph's sequel Battlemorph is much better but you can only get it for the Jaguar CD!
I'm needing to get some more games for my Jag; luckily there's a fantastic homebrew scene so there's new games being released for the system to this day! Doom on the Jag is fantastic but it lacks the music soundtrack, Power Drive Rally is a great wee top down racer and there's a couple of good platformers for the system too.
But yeah check out the homebrew scene for some more quality titles, some can be bought in the UK from here:
http://sales1632.myzen.co.uk/acatalog/1 ... ar_32.html
Consolecharlie wrote:I'm not the biggest fan of the Jag in the world either but it's a good console if you find the right games for it. MInd you I suppose you could say that of any console haha!
Sounds bizarre how the label on the cartridge doesn't match, but I wouldn't be surprised if there was a misprint at the Jag cartridge factory and the wrong game got put on. Odd gaming stories like that pop up every once in a while and always make for good reading! You got a fab deal there mind, what games did you get with the Jag?
CD-i wrote:No, that is not possible, since the jag carts are no flash carts. They use standart EPROMs for the games. so to switch the games, you have to open up the cart, desolder 1-4 Chips holding the game, flash another EPROM with an EPROM writer and solder them to the cart. Thats no easy job. so I doubt any shop offered this. This is more work then buy the game new...
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