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I’m now playtesting Satellaview support on the sd2snes!

I got a sd2snes a couple weeks back, and I’ve been playing stuff on it for all it’s worth.
Of course, though, I gotta give special attention on the blog to the Satellaview stuff!

Yes, the sd2snes promises a higher Satellaview compatibility than any prior ROM loading cart before. This is thanks to the power of the sd2snes itself combined with LuigiBlood’s BS-X Project work and, well, my playtesting being used to iron out bugs.

This is, of course, on top of some of the other features the device has, such as compatibility with DSPs, CX4, MSU1, and really large ROMs such as Tales of Phantasia’s fan translation.

Feel free to read more about sd2snes on it’s own page!

The sd2snes will soon be available in stores such as StoneAgeGamer and RetroGate.

If anyone wants to ask me any questions about the sd2snes in terms of Satellaview compatibility or compatibility with other ROMs, feel free to leave comments. I’ll be glad to tinker around with a game that should logically be compatible.

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  1. That’s a good idea to test. It probably works, but I’ll give it a double-check anyway. Feel free to give me any other suggestions!

    BTW, for a bit of a teaser; some new ROM dumps came around. 2 of them currently do not work on the sd2snes. We’ll see if ikari can resolve that. I’m hoping when all is done the sd2snes will have Satellaview compatibility as good as Luigiblood’s bsnes-sx + easy-to-play Soundlink game compatibility.

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