Thursday, 11 October 2007

THE SEGA SATURN CDR SWAP TRICK

Hi folks. Its been a while now since I posted anything decent, I'm well aware of that tragic fact. Trust bloody work to get in the way of blogging! Harumph! By way of a stop gap, I've decided to cheaply post a bit of video. Lame I know, but this particular video shows erstwhile Saturn users how they can play CDRs without modding or chipping their lovely consoles... And I don't need any excuse to show the lovely white Saturn that I crave so much... One day maybe, one day...

7 comments:

NebachadnezzaR said...

Hmm...why did he press the reset button? Anyway, although there are better videos about the swap-trick, this one has the white Saturn on it, so it's welcome in the Junkyard :)

fatherkrishna said...

Thanks Nebacha! Sorry about my lazy posting at the moment... Whilst work is a bitch at the moment, there is another distraction consuming me at the moment... Resident Evil DS!!!! I'm absolutely loving it and am somewhat obsessed with it! As I recently posted over at GGOTG, I seem to have found the perfect handheld balance at the moment, with Fifa 07, NFSC: Own The Streets and Project Rub, all the gaming I do at the moment seems to be on Nintendo's finest creation... The Wii has been reduced to a Megadrive, with Shinobi 3 being my favourite game of the moment. Red Steel has become a stalemate with a particularly difficult sword fight blocking progress... Resident Evil 3 (Dreamcast Edition) remains unplayed and D2 for the Dreamcast seems to be very uninteresting....

The Saturn remains unplayed at the moment, even though my Christmas NiGHTs CD is here... Would you believe I'm waiting till Christmas to play it??? (LOL!!)

I'm hoping to get back to proper posting any time soon....

Caleb said...

The swap trick is rough on your Saturn.

Racketboy has a really good article about it on his blog.

I have done the tape trick on one of my v1 Saturns so I am all ready to swap. I tried to use this trick on a broken disk but it didn't work.

Dammit.

Hopefully YAbuse will eventually get to the point where all Saturn games can be played on the Dreamcast...

gnome said...

Still, very intriguing... No mod-cips needed...

J said...

A 'Saturnatic' (a term I am in the process of copyrighting) at college used to disc swap. I'm not sure what he did to his beloved Saturn, but after years of disc swapping his Saturn ended up a mess and certain games would only boot with the lid open, propped up by some stick or something.

elend said...

Damn I hated that trick. I still have one Sega Saturn Modchip left, if anyone needs one. A no solder one. Dunno on which models it'll work!?

Disrupthor said...

Can I Have It? I'm using Swap Trick on a model 2 Saturn but I'm getting tired of being Flash on swaping, Please Can I?