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B > BANDAI > WonderSwan


 

This mini forum is intended to provide a simple means of discussion about the Bandai WonderSwan videogame system. If you want to share your own experience or memories, or add relevant information about this system: post a message! For other purposes like sales messages, hardware & software questions or information requests, please use our main forum.

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Wednesday 27th September 2017
Kaleb losher (USA)
none

idk why i said i don''t know my keyboard glitched out but what i wanted to say was These old systems are really cool and i actually had a nintendo 64 and i still have it! :p XD xD xd Xd lol lel lul :P $p $P $D d$ d: D$ D: lolololololololololoXdXDXDXDXDXDXxDxDxD WHY AM I SAYNG XD LUL


Wednesday 27th September 2017
Kaleb losher (USA)
none

I don''t know


Monday 9th May 2016
Godzil (UK)
986-Studio

If you have ever found a WonderSwan, B$W, Color or Crystal in another country than Japan, it was imported, without the approval of Bandai. and $150 is 2 to 3 times more expensive than what is was in Japan..

Also there is a small error in the desctiption

"ROM: 1KB save EEPROM" mean nothing, there is an internal EEPROM but it''s not used as a save memory for game, it''s only to store some internal information for the console, and the Owner Infos

Also, the Media is proprietary ROM, that''s true, but the "small amount of EEPROM for game save (max 16MB)" is eaither badly written, or just false.

There are two type of possible save method on the WonderSwan, SRAM and EEPROM (like early GBA game in fact), the EEPROM capability have a limit of 16KB (maximum of 13 bit of Address with 16bit data) and have the ability to address 256 * 64KB of SRAM so 16MB in this case.)


Friday 30th July 2010
Raindance Rob (UK)
Rave Info

this handheld was also sold in the UK, im not sure if it was sold in all of Europe but it was definitely on sale here in the UK. i can remember Argos $ Toys R Us selling them $ also the colour version.


Saturday 3rd February 2007
Bearzilla (USA)

I would like to "correct" the information given about this system. It was infact sold here in the US, mainly through Toys R Us. Later when the system failed a very weak "buy back" offer was put to use to "reclaim" all hardware so it could be destroyed. The system itself sold for nearly $150.00 us and only had a few games available.





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