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  Forum Index - Gaming - Just finished gaming like it was 1998
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cantstraferight
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Joined: Jan 16, 2007
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Post Subject: Just finished gaming like it was 1998
Posted on: Apr 10, 2009

Im currently going through all my old technology trying to decide what i should put in the garage out of sight and what i should keep around when i realised that i never once hooked my sega dreamcast up to my very very old projector form 1994.

It took me a very long time finding all the old cables I needed and then it took more time to get the projector to work but it was so worth it to play the original soul calabuir projected to around 50"-60" against a friend.

I'll post some pictures of this tomorrow only then will your realise how old my projector is.


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Gh0sTly
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Joined: Jul 24, 2007
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Post Subject: subject
Posted on: Apr 11, 2009


dude, that sounds like TONS of fun. I would so have joined in too!


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cantstraferight
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Post Subject: subject
Posted on: Apr 12, 2009


It was a hell of a lot of fun.









The the projector needs a bit of a clean which is why there's some marks on the projection but you didn't notice when you were playing.



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Gh0sTly
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Post Subject: subject
Posted on: Apr 12, 2009


OH! HOMEMADE PROJECTOR FTW!

I think that this would be "Gaming like its 1999(dreamcast came out 9/9/99) But this is awesome. I love the the dreamcast and still play it alot. I still need to get myself a old projector like that and give that hack a go.


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cantstraferight
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Post Subject: subject
Posted on: Apr 12, 2009


Its not actually home made. Its a infocus projection panel from 1994. Ive thought about upgradining it with a new panel taken from a monitor but theres 3 things that put me off.

1 trying to keep it clean would drive me insane.
2 if you put a 15" lcd on a over head projector it would cut off the corners and sides.
3 if a 6" lcd makes a 50" projection what's a 15" one going to do.


I was mildly drunk when I started this thread so its possible that I meant to hit the 9 key but hit 8 instead or maybe I counting the original Japanese release date of November 1998, Im not quite sure myself.



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