Sega NAOMI rom list

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OldFoo

Post by OldFoo » Wed Dec 13, 2006 10:42 pm

25209801 World Kicks

OldFoo

Post by OldFoo » Wed Dec 20, 2006 12:12 pm

840-0028C Virtual-On Added

OldFoo

Post by OldFoo » Tue Mar 13, 2007 9:48 pm

Gilles54 wrote:
841-0011C-02 CAPCOM VS. SNK MILLENNIUM FIGHT 2000 [REV.A]


strange, I also have a rev a and its labelled 841-0011C


No serial but the mystery of the numbers behind the normal serial-number

are region-numbers. I found it in a Sega Marine Fishing manual.



840-0027D-01 ASSY CASE NAO MFS USA USA

840-0027D-02 ASSY CASE NAO MFS EXP OTHERS

840-0027D-03 ASSY CASE NAO MFS KOR KOREA

840-0027D-04 ASSY CASE NAO MFS AUS AUSTRALIA

OldFoo

Post by OldFoo » Wed Mar 14, 2007 8:08 am

icronnya wrote:
Gilles54 wrote:
841-0011C-02 CAPCOM VS. SNK MILLENNIUM FIGHT 2000 [REV.A]


strange, I also have a rev a and its labelled 841-0011C


No serial but the mystery of the numbers behind the normal serial-number

are region-numbers. I found it in a Sega Marine Fishing manual.



840-0027D-01 ASSY CASE NAO MFS USA USA

840-0027D-02 ASSY CASE NAO MFS EXP OTHERS

840-0027D-03 ASSY CASE NAO MFS KOR KOREA

840-0027D-04 ASSY CASE NAO MFS AUS AUSTRALIA


On most game boards the last -xx digit is region, normally for Japan you do not have the -xx digit on the end.



Most kits where sold as mainboard + rom board.



Most games run on all regions regardless, well on the Naomi you can tell by opening the cartridge and checking the security chip.

OldFoo

Post by OldFoo » Wed Mar 14, 2007 11:25 am

AndyGeezer wrote:
icronnya wrote:
Gilles54 wrote:
841-0011C-02 CAPCOM VS. SNK MILLENNIUM FIGHT 2000 [REV.A]


strange, I also have a rev a and its labelled 841-0011C


No serial but the mystery of the numbers behind the normal serial-number

are region-numbers. I found it in a Sega Marine Fishing manual.



840-0027D-01 ASSY CASE NAO MFS USA USA

840-0027D-02 ASSY CASE NAO MFS EXP OTHERS

840-0027D-03 ASSY CASE NAO MFS KOR KOREA

840-0027D-04 ASSY CASE NAO MFS AUS AUSTRALIA


On most game boards the last -xx digit is region, normally for Japan you do not have the -xx digit on the end.



Most kits where sold as mainboard + rom board.



Most games run on all regions regardless, well on the Naomi you can tell by opening the cartridge and checking the security chip.


I was to fast.

Its not the romboard, it is the mainboard.

I take a look on my Marine Fishing board and there are no extra numbers on the end.

OldFoo

Post by OldFoo » Wed Mar 14, 2007 12:14 pm

It is a white sticker on the case on the mainboard, most get removed.



My HOTD2 has one HOD-4200-02



-02 = Export

-01 = USA



HOD-4200 is Japan

OldFoo

Post by OldFoo » Thu May 03, 2007 7:19 am

GDL-0025 CHAOSFIELD

GDL-0035 UNDERDEFEAT

OldFoo

Post by OldFoo » Thu May 03, 2007 2:41 pm

Thanks hotaru but this post is about the ROM list not the Gd-rom list.

OldFoo

Post by OldFoo » Thu May 03, 2007 6:26 pm

@Gilles54- could the topic be amended to include NAOMI GD-ROM SYSTEM data? a query of the forum index returned bupkis for that system.

OldFoo

Post by OldFoo » Thu May 03, 2007 6:51 pm


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