A Satellaview research blog.

What’s your Satellaview’s Serial?

(Excuse the crappy picture.)

Just the other day Callis showed me an upcoming addition to the Superfamicom.org domain, the Console Serial Database.

This is currently going through a testing phase. I presume the goal is to use the collected serials to further research things such as slight hardware tweaks or whatnot, but don’t quote me on that.

Anyhow, the important thing is, it accepts Satellaview serials! These are located at the bottom of the base hardware much like it would be on a SNES or SFC.

Is anyone willing to submit their’s? I’ve already submitted some serials, myself – two from loose bases.

More Bakusho Mondai radio programming.

Ok, so an update that isn’t about BS-X Project!


A while back on NND, some more episodes of “Bakusho Mondai no Shirikon Chounaikai” were uploaded. I was so caught up in BS-X Project that I haven’t gotten around to taking a close look at these yet.
I’ll toss these up now.
Interestingly enough, they’re actually labeled in terms of episode number. These are marked as episodes 3 and 4 respectively. 3 is dated April 20th, 1996. 4 is marked the week afterwards, April 27th.
Another neat thing about them is that these encodes also include the preceeding and following Satellaview game ads! In particular, episode 3 has a BS Fuurai no Shiren ad at the end!

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New ROM Dumps: BS-X Shooting! + Extras

Amidst all the BS-X Project news (Download v002 today!) it’s almost been tough to keep up with the “Schedule”, per se. Regardless, I promised to have the following ROM up on my birthday, which is, well, November 4th!

This ROM is probably the worst-kept secret of the blog since around May or so, when it was initially obtained. It’s also, in my opinion, one of the best releases since Konae-chan no DokiDoki Pengin Kazoku, and a nice recovery of what we’ve only had video of before.

Can you guess what it is? Well, if you’ve checked some of the comments I made or checked what I was doing around Youtube, it should be easy to guess, actually:

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