Great post. Never realised Cross were based in Leeds
23 The Calls, Leeds, West Yorkshire, England LS2 7EH
I am currently sat at work over the river from that address. Small world
I live not far from the old Psygnosis building that was in Wavertree, Liverpool.
The building was on a business park next to an adjoining retail park.
I remember going to the Dixons store in the mid 90's and seeing Destruction Derby and Wipeout for PS1 on the shelves, not knowing that the building where these games where developed was about 50 metres away.
I have read somewhere that generic SCSI cards can be used.
I would be massively, massively grateful if this can be confirmed or refuted - I have a PsyQ console and cart, but no interface, and would love to get it working somehow.
Also if anyone's interested in seeing some of this stuff working, there's a Twitter thread here of my adventures:
and a repair thread here:
Also, on a different note, do you have any idea what this card is woth? You are possibly the best person to answer that question.
I got it from Dan a while ago.
@BigEvilCorporation I have a complete PsyQ Saturn dev kit, I will send it to you (it's the cart + PC card one; works with Sophia or Saturn, in fact it's mentioned here http://cowboyprogramming.com/2010/06/03/1995-programming-on-the-sega-saturn/ )
Yes, I saw one go on eBay last year, I'll see if I can find the link and I'll respond to that thread. I may even be able to track down some buyers if you're selling, someone was commenting on my YouTube channel a while ago about it (I *think* they were the winner of that MCD kit that went for $15,000 last year... yes, I wrote that correctly).
!!!!!Managed to find the link for that auction, God damn: https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/SEGA-GEN...303015?hash=item3b0a71d627:g:EHoAAOSwADpa3TAX
Well, that's my retirement plan sorted.
Yeah, to the right buyer, with a lot more disposable cash than I have, it'd be worth a lot. Not too many of them going around.I dread to think what my full setup would fetch - base unit, both the SNASM2 and CD emu cards, original manuals in the binder and box, original disks, all cables...
And I just read your other post and saw that you have the 32x cartdev @BigEvilCorporation. Lost track of where that ended up. If you want the binder, drop me a line. Maybe we can work something out.Yeah, to the right buyer, with a lot more disposable cash than I have, it'd be worth a lot. Not too many of them going around.
I ended up I'd the binder, box, and disks for the 32x cartdev. Only I don't have one. If anyone out there has a 32x cartdev and wants to do a trade/sale, let me know. Not doing me much good here. I'd love to get a 32x cartdev myself one day. I doubt I could pay what other people would probably offer though.