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  1. Title: Bandai WonderSwan Color Scrape As: WonderSwan Color Release Date: 12/9/2000 Developer: Bandai Co., Ltd. Manufacturer: Bandai Co., Ltd. CPU: NEC V30 MZ 3.072 MHz Memory: 512 KB VRAM/WRAM shared Graphics: Custom Chip (Supports 241 Colors) Sound: Custom Chip (4 Channels) Display: 224 x 144 Media: Cartridge Max Controllers: 1 Sort Title: Bandai WonderSwan Color Notes: The Bandai WonderSwan Color, usually just referred to as WonderSwan Color, is a fifth generation (1993-2005) handheld video game console developed and distribu
  2. Title: Bandai WonderSwan Scrape As: WonderSwan Release Date: 3/4/1999 Developer: Bandai Co., Ltd. Manufacturer: Bandai Co., Ltd. CPU: NEC V30MZ @ 3 MHz Memory: 64 KB Graphics: Custom Chip (Supports 8 Shades of Gray) Sound: Custom Chip (4 Channels) Display: 224 x 144 Media: Cartridge Max Controllers: 1 Sort Title: Bandai WonderSwan Notes: The Bandai WonderSwan, usually just referred to as WonderSwan, is a fifth generation (1993-2005) handheld video game console developed and distributed by Bandai Co., Ltd. It was released on Mar
  3. Title: SSD Company XaviXPORT Scrape As: XaviXPORT Release Date: 8/31/2004 Developer: SSD Company Limited Manufacturer: SSD Company Limited CPU: 6502 CPU (8-bit) 21.0 MHz Memory: 1 KB High Speed Graphics: (((UNKNOWN))) Sound: 16-bit Stereo 44.1 KHz Sampling Rate Display: 640 x 480 Media: Cartridge Max Controllers: 2 Sort Title: SSD Company XaviXPORT Notes: The SSD Company XaviXPORT, usually just referred to as XaviXPORT, is a sixth generation (1998-2013) video game console developed and distributed by SSD Company. It was releas
  4. Title: VM Labs Nuon Scrape As: Nuon Release Date: 11/9/2000 Developer: VM Labs Manufacturer: Motorola, Samsung, Toshiba CPU: Quad Core VM Labs Nuon MPE (Media Processing Element) 108MHz Memory: RAM: 32 MB 33MHz, Sound RAM: 512 KB, Video RAM: 8MB 66MHz Graphics: Sound: Dolby Digital 5.1 Channel Display: 360 x 240 Media: DVD Max Controllers: 2 Sort Title: VM Labs Nuon Notes: The VM Labs Nuon, usually just referred to as Nuon, is a sixth generation (1998-2013) video game console developed by VM Labs and distributed by Motorola,
  5. I am cool with any help that others want to help with. My goal is to do enough of these to spur interest to finally get the database admins to make the polishing changes. Again worse case is they don't update the game database with these changes, but they will be available for others that want that data and don't want to dig for the research on all of the platforms. The best way to help is to keep the encouragement coming and offering suggestions on my submissions. Additionally helping supply field data like Graphics/Sound/etc. saves researching. I already have a ton of images I have
  6. Title: VTech CreatiVision Scrape As: VTech CreatiVision Release Date: 12/31/1981 Developer: VTech Manufacturer: VTech CPU: Rockwell 6502A (8-bit) 2 MHz Memory: RAM: 1 Kb, Video RAM: 16 KB Graphics: Custom On Board Chip Sound: Texas Instruments SND76489 (4 Channels - 3 Tonal, 1 Noise) Display: 256 × 192 Media: Cartridges Max Controllers: 2 Sort Title: VTech CreatiVision Notes: The VTech CreatiVision, usually just referred to as CreatiVision, is a second generation (1976-1992) video game console developed and distributed by VTe
  7. Title: VTech Socrates Scrape As: VTech Socrates Release Date: 7/11/1988 Developer: VTech Manufacturer: VTech CPU: Zilog Z80A 3.58Mhz Memory: 64 KB Graphics: Custom On Board Chip Sound: Toshiba tc8802AF Display: 256 x 228 Media: Cartridges Max Controllers: 2 Sort Title: VTech Socrates Notes: The VTech Socrates, usually just referred to as Socrates, is a third generation (1983-2003) video game console developed and distributed by VTech. It was released in July 1988 in North America at a retail price of $129.99. The console was
  8. Title: ZAPiT Game Wave Family Entertainment System Scrape As: Game Wave Family Entertainment System Release Date: 10/31/2005 Developer: ZAPiT Games Manufacturer: ZAPiT Games CPU: Mediamatics 8611 Memory: 16 MB SRAM Graphics: N/A Sound: 2 Channel D/A Full Stereo Display: 480p,480i,720p,720i,1080i Media: DVD Max Controllers: 6 Sort Title: ZAPiT Game Wave Family Entertainment System Notes: The ZAPiT Game Wave Family Entertainment System, usually just referred to as the Game Wave, is a seventh generation (2005-2017) video game cons
  9. Title: WoW Action Max Scrape As: WoW Action Max Release Date: 9/30/1987 Developer: Worlds of Wonder Manufacturer: Worlds of Wonder CPU: HD401010 (8-bit); 4 MHz Memory: 32 bytes Graphics: N/A Sound: Internal Speaker Display: 320 x 200 NTSC; 320 x 256 PAL Media: VHS Cassette Tape Max Controllers: 1 Sort Title: WoW Action Max Notes: The WoW Action Max, usually just referred to as the Action Max, is a third generation (1983-2003) video game console developed and distributed by Worlds of Wonder. It was released in September 1987 in
  10. Back in 2018 I was making submissions on how we could standardize the platform information to be of one voice. This includes Notes and Specs. Since I dropped off the community for a few years, I have since come back and decided I want to try and continue that work as I see not a lot of impact has been done on the literal platforms. It looks like platforms are still approved by admins rather then by the community so I will post here the notes that I add for systems in case updating is not done that quickly and others want to accurately document their platforms. If these posts get
  11. I made the following submissions on 10/22/2018 ~3:00AM UTC. Thanks GamingZone
  12. I agree with that. I will change that submission and resubmit. (Change also below)
  13. Sure, but I am talking about duplicate Platforms as the root cause. The games are because user's were either unaware of the other entry or because of error. Thanks.
  14. Looking at the GamesDB https://gamesdb.launchbox-app.com/platforms/games/216 (Gamewave) is a duplicate of: https://gamesdb.launchbox-app.com/platforms/games/172 (Game Wave Family Entertainment System) Looks like there is a lot of duplicate games there too. How are things like this fixed, and what is the impact to the end user that has them linked in their DB?
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