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Friday 17th October 2014
Robert (usa)

also the data recore could be used as a standard tape player/ recorder and has a built in mic it runs off of 4 aa batteries or a 6V Adapter


Friday 17th October 2014
Robert (usa)

i acutally own one of these in my game console collection and yes there was a tape recoreder avallable for it called the famicom data recorder which allowed you to save your basic programs or save games that have an edit mode like lode runner etc





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