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    Streets of rage 2 build

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    Loved that game.. didn't own it as a kid but would rent it every bloody weekend and smash through the levels. The soundtrack in that game is gold.

    Nice clean cabinet looks great! Love the CP


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    Thats really cool.

    Can you explain the bits of the puzzle?

    SMD into a Jamma interface into 1 side of the switcher?

    Which interface is it?

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    Streets of rage 2 build

    Quote Originally Posted by Laxity View Post
    Thats really cool.

    Can you explain the bits of the puzzle?

    SMD into a Jamma interface into 1 side of the switcher?

    Which interface is it?
    Setup:

    Sega Genesis > 2-way jamma switcher (riddledtv) < Sega Mega-play board.

    The jamma switcher is switched via holding P1 & P2 start buttons down for 1.5 secs.

    Both boards are connected to external amp with a stereo setup.

    I have 8 sega megaplay games on two multicarts.

    And I added the megadrive in to save on setting to free play and to avoid the cabinet getting boring with the option of playing the entire (3-button) megadrive game library.

    I have a line doubler and scan line generator inside but currently not in use because I canít get the line doubler to work (maybe faulty) therefore itís running at 15k (not full screen).


    *The jamma interface used is by retrokidz that I purchased from vector-labs.com*

    Any other questions let me know

    Thanks




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    Thanks so much for taking the time to explain.
    I've had in my head to do a Streets of Rage Trilogy build one day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Laxity View Post
    Thanks so much for taking the time to explain.
    I've had in my head to do a Streets of Rage Trilogy build one day.
    Yes,

    I was gonna theme the cabinet on the whole trilogy, but I decided to dedicate it to streets of rage 2 specifically because It is the only game in the series that had a true arcade port. It takes coins per life and hi score saves.

    Streets of rage 1 was released on megatech. But that was a time based machine so the game itself is the same as console version.

    This was also my other motive to have the genesis in the cab too, so I can have the whole series in the cab as well


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