Super Spy Agent
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- Mar 14, 2001
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I believe he meant the released SSVS, which is barely any different.Is it? Does it mean that anyone with an arcade cab, a legit MVS motherboard and cartridge can profit from it?
This might sound like a dumb question, but I'm not 100% sure this would be the case in all countries.
It looks very similar to the Sega Nu, which is the same bullshitSo this exa Arcadia thing is just a pc with an old ass i3 processor. Running games off usb sticks?
They could just include a 1 slot . It seems Alieexpress has thousands upon thousands
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People are mad that new arcade hardware is more expensive than the 25 year old stuff that was tossed as literal trash by the actual target customers long ago.
Pirate SSVP carts would fit right in there and since SNK would rather license this nonsense than sell MVS carts and they don’t ever sue anyone what’s going to happen is that nearly every arcade that has this game will run a pirate copy because it’s going to cost them $150 net instead of $4500.
Half of this thread is your confusion from not knowing how much arcade equipment costs, and then you backpedaling after being corrected multiple times. You could just stop posting.This thread: a bunch of people explaining shit to other “mad” people who already know it. Anyone who doesn’t understand that Street Fighter II cost $1100 when it came out is an idiot, I don’t see many people like that here but there sure are people telling them what time it is regardless…meanwhile none of these arcade anthropologists seems to be able to explain what setting exists TODAY where you could install this ancient game and have it pay for itself in modern money.
WE ALL KNOW ARCADE STUFF IS EXPENSIVE. PLEASE STOP REPOSTING THIS WISDOM. We also know that usually arcade games are designed to overcome their huge price as quickly as possible and generate profit. How will this happen?
The original question is: Who is this for? I KNOW ITS NOT FOR ME. Who IS it for? “Arcades” are not the entire answer. What sort of arcade?