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    Default Super Cassette Vision game list/can you read Japanese?

    Hi, first of all if there is already a list of Super Cassette Vision games in english please point me to it. The best I have found is this from The Video Game Consoles F.A.Q.:


    * Super Cassette Vision - Epoch/Yeno - 1984 - Japan/Europe
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    Games:
    * N.01 - Astro Wars
    * N.29 - Sky Kid
    * N.?? - Pole Position II
    * N.?? - Doeramon
    * N.?? - Mappy
    * N.?? - Boulder Dash
    * N.?? - Dragon Slayer
    * N.?? - Lupin III
    * N.?? - Elevator Fight

    There are 30 games that have came out but i don't understand Japanese,
    here's a link to the list of all 30 games. If someone can translate the
    list, plese send it to us so we can add it in the FAQ, Thanks!

    Complete Cart List:
    http://member.nifty.ne.jp/code_VR/game/Scv/SCV-list.htm

    Link:
    Epoch: http://www3.wind.ne.jp/toragiku/game_ma/s_ca.htm
    Epoch: http://www.ne.jp/asahi/cvs/odyssey/v...scv/index.html
    Epoch: http://www.intercraft.co.jp/aquacastle/takara/scb.html
    Yeno: http://www.multimania.com/romualdl/frscv.html
    Yeno: http://www.silicium.org/consoles/yeno_scv.htm


    some of the links are bad but this on is good but in Japanese:

    Complete Cart List:
    http://member.nifty.ne.jp/code_VR/game/Scv/SCV-list.htm

    and this one has pictures of most of the games:

    http://www.intercraft.co.jp/aquacastle/takara/scb.html


    to the listat the top I can add Punch Boy (which I own) and Comic Circus & BASIC which are pictured on the above website. Help me add to this list.

    Astro Wars
    Sky Kid
    Pole Position II
    Doeramon
    Mappy
    Boulder Dash
    Dragon Slayer
    Lupin III
    Elevator Fight
    Punch Boy
    Comic Circus
    BASIC
    Dragonball
    Soccer
    Pro Wrestling
    Kung Fu
    Syogi
    Mahjong
    Golf
    Baseball (2 different)
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    Have you been to this page?

    http://aizuma.hp.infoseek.co.jp/scv/scv.htm

    It's Japanese, but if you put your cursor over the game pictures you can see the English names with the alt text.

    I can see a couple there you're missing from your list:

    Dragonball (yes, this is based on the original anime/manga preceding DBZ)
    Soccer
    Pro Wrestling (proresu)
    Kung Fu (I think this is different from Irem's Kung Fu/Spartan X)
    Syogi
    Mahjong (I think these two games are on EVERY Japanese console ever in some form)
    Golf
    At least one baseball game

    I don't really know much about the system beyond that. I hope that helps a bit.

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    Ok, big help to you.

    http://babelfish.altavista.com/

    Babel Fish is a Hitch Hikers Guide to the Galaxy book series... (now in filming ) but you can put the link to the site there, and it'll translate japanese to english. Its helped me many many times in the past.
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    @slownerveaction-I hadn't seen that website. That looks like all of them if there is supposed to be 30 games (there are 31 pictured but I think BASIC may not be included in the 30).

    "It's Japanese, but if you put your cursor over the game pictures you can see the English names with the alt text."

    I have a Mac, that sounds like something that works on a PC

    @macabre26-I have tried that translator but it doesn't work for me. I'm not sure if my computer isn't able to show Japanese characters or what but when I copy and paste it becomes junk.

    Thanks for the help. If someone else has some free time maybe they could translate the names for me.
    Thanks, y-bot

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    Quote Originally Posted by y-bot
    "It's Japanese, but if you put your cursor over the game pictures you can see the English names with the alt text."

    I have a Mac, that sounds like something that works on a PC
    No, it should work on either, or at least it should be visible in the HTML source.

    @macabre26-I have tried that translator but it doesn't work for me. I'm not sure if my computer isn't able to show Japanese characters or what but when I copy and paste it becomes junk.
    It may not give a "good" translation either...

    Thanks for the help. If someone else has some free time maybe they could translate the names for me.
    One of the systems I'd always meant to add to the DPCG... Send me an email reminder, and I can try to help out with what I know later. I can read a little Japanese, and my dictionary can help me read more.
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    Here you go

    01 Astro Wars
    02 Astro Wars II: Battle in Galaxy
    03 Super Golf
    04 Super Mahjong
    05 Suepr Baseball
    06 Punch Boy
    07 Elevator Fight
    08: Lupin the 3rd
    09 Nebula
    10 Wheely Racer
    11 Boulder Dash
    12 Miner 2049
    13 Super Soccer
    14 Comic Circus
    15 Lune Van Darl no Hoshiuranai Milky Princess (the romanization of the first part is iffy at best. Damn European names)
    16 Pop 'n' Chase
    17 Nekketsu Kung Fu Road
    18 Star Speeder
    19 Ton Ton Ball
    20 Super Sansuputer (strange.. again, questionable romanization)
    21 Shogi Nyuumon
    22 Doraemon
    23 Basic Nyuumon
    24 Dragon Slayer
    25 Ranto Pro-wres(tling)
    26 Wai Wai Monster Land
    27 Dragonball: Dragon Daihikkyou
    28 Mappy
    29 Sky Kid
    30 Pole Position II
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    Lupin the 3rd AND Doraemon? How old IS Doraemon anyways? O:

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    @GaijinPunch-thank you so much for translating those names.

    @Ed Oscuro-I don't know how old Doraemon is but I don't think he is even from this century. He's from the 23rd century or something like that. Seriously though I think Lupin III and Doraemon are from the early 80's. I know the laserdisc arcade game Cliff Hanger (from '83 or so) is Lupin III.

    Thanks, y-bot

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    Lupin's from the late '70s, actually.

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    Technically, the Lupin character is based on a series of books from the early 20th century featuring Arsene Lupin, the world's greatest thief! Lupin III is supposed to be his decendent.

    Props to GaijinPunch for translating. I definitely did not feel like doing my slow-poke translating thing.

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    I'll have this system and its games in the database over the weekend. Thanks gang!

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    For the super cassette vision there should be the "Basic" cart listed in demos samplers and non games,

    for the cassettevision The rumor mill listing for Grand Champion, the game is probably cart no. 10, the part numbers go up to 12 and there is only 11 games and number 10 is missing, making it more than likely number 10.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vintagegamecrazy
    For the super cassette vision there should be the "Basic" cart listed in demos samplers and non games,
    There is.

    http://www.digitpress.com/DP/cmf/game.cmf?gameid=35885

    for the cassettevision The rumor mill listing for Grand Champion, the game is probably cart no. 10, the part numbers go up to 12 and there is only 11 games and number 10 is missing, making it more than likely number 10.
    "Probably" doesn't cut it, I'm afraid! I'm going to leave that empty until someone can confirm. There's no hurry to get this info - it will come in due time

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    Joe you don't need to make that concrete evidence, I have noticed "maybe called this, or maybe this part no." in other rumor mill listings, so I thought maybe listing it in that aspect may be of some help for someone who may want to investigate that in the future. Either way, it's your call.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vintagegamecrazy
    Joe you don't need to make that concrete evidence, I have noticed "maybe called this, or maybe this part no." in other rumor mill listings, so I thought maybe listing it in that aspect may be of some help for someone who may want to investigate that in the future. Either way, it's your call.
    Oh I see what you mean. Sure, I can "speculate" in the game's description. I'm going to leave the actual part number field blank. Thanks!

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    Thanks Joe. I will try to be a little more percise in my posts from now on to save you from the headache.
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    I know I've heard that Grand Champion is #10 (and in fact I think I've said as much in these forums before (?)), but I can't recall if I ran across that tidbit online, or if I was following the logical conclusion as well. I will try to do a little research...
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    is the yeno super cassettevision cart releases the same as the regular super casssettevision carts i feel there might be a different list.

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