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The Wahttehhog Organization

Monday, October 24, 2005

I Bought an XBox...

Translation: I gave Bill Gates money. (I'm truly sorry.)

Isn't this post like the 4th post today? I believe that's a record...

Anyways, I bought the box from a friend of mine (who's name is Montana, and I'm not even joking) for something like 50 bucks. I plan to mod my evil baby with a modchip, and I'm feeling that the Xecuter line is the way to go, considering that I've had experience with the Xecuter chip in Jon's box. The awesome Xecuter 3 CE is like the cadillac of all modchips, and so it seems like that would be the right way to go.

Input from you guys would be nice.

October's newsletter will hopefully be out shortly, if I receive a jolt of motivation one of these days...

And I have now stepped into the console gaming scene (which, by the way, I had been trying to avoid forever), so I'll probably end up buying all the other consoles (XBox 360, PS3, Revelation) and every game ever conceived.

Please congratulate moi on making a horrible mistake. (>_<)


  • 3DO Multiplayer
    Atari 2600
    Atari 5200
    Atari 7800
    Genesis... Megadrive...
    Jaguar... Jaguar CD...
    Master System
    Neo*Geo CD... Neo*Geo CDZ...
    NES... Famicom...
    Nintendo 64... iQue...
    PlayStation... PSone...
    Sega 32X
    Sega CD... MegaCD... X'Eye... WonderMega...
    SNES... Super Famicom...
    TurboDuo... Turbo CD... PC Engine CD...
    TurboGrafx 16
    Apple II... Apple IIe... Apple IIgs...
    Atari 540ST... Atari 1040ST...
    Commodore 64... Commodore 128...

    Someone just laid the smackdown.


    By Blogger Reyals Bemus, at 9:13 PM  

  • No MSX, the original platform for Metal Gear? Shame on you.

    By Blogger Marquis de Suave, at 9:35 PM  

  • The complete list (PONG players removed to save time.)
    1972: Magnavox Odyssey
    1975: Odyssey 100, 200. Sears Tele-Games PONG.
    1976: Atari PONG. Coleco Telstar. Zircon Channel F. Odyssey 300, 400, 500.
    1977: APF TV FUN. Asaflex Video Sports. Atari 2600. Bingo Video Game HI-1012. Coleco Telestar Regent. Commodore T.V. Game. Concept 2000. Creatronic. DDR TV-Spiele. Diasonic. Gemini. Hanimex. Heathkit. Hit-Go. Intel TV Sports. Intertate 1104. Interton Video. K-Mart S Four Thousand. Match Color. MBO Tele-Ball V. MECCA TV GAME EP. Nintendo TV-GAME. Philips N20. Radio Shack TV Scoreboard. Radofin Electronic TV Game. Sortron 105. Tempest Video Game. TV Challenger. Ultrasound 9010. Univox 41N. Video 4000-EX. Windsor TV game.
    Gamatic. JCPenny Video Sports. Philips Odyssey. TCR Video Sports. Videomaster Home T.V. Game.
    1978: Binatone TV-Master. Continental Edison. Interstae. Interton Video 2501. Philco/Ford Tele-Jogo II. Radiola T-02. Sheen 406-6. TEC FS-204. Unisonic Olympian 2600. Video Stellar. Bally Astrocade. Coleco Telstar Colortron. Magnavox Odyssey. Philips Videopac G7000. Video Master ColourScore II Home T.V. Game
    1979: Asaflex Video Sports 2000. Grandstand Adman Colour TV Game. Grunding Tele-Spiel I. Harvard Mini Color. Ingersoll XK. Intercode TV. Klervox Jeu. Match Match Color. MBO Tele-ball. Occitane. Polycon. Prinztronic Tournament. RIL Robot. Sands Color. Scomark 4. SEB Telescore. Sinoca. TCR Video. TV 18. Universum Color. Univox 61N. Mattel Intellivision. Milton Bradley Microvision. TI-99.
    1980: Grandstand Sports Center. APF m1000
    1981: Entex Select-A-Game. Radofin Colur TV game. Universom Color Multi.
    1982: Adman Grandstand. Audiosonic Color TV. Atari 5200. Bally Astrocade. ColecoVision. Emerson Arcadia 2001. Entex AdventureVision. GCE/Milton Bradley Vectrex. ITMC SD-043. Poppy Color Video Game. Pollet Robot.
    1983: Bentley Compu Vision. Coleco ADAM. DMS Tele-Action. Mattel Aquaruis. Mattel Intellivison II. Nintedo Famicom. Philips Videopac+. Ultravision Video Arcade System.
    1984: Advent of Insoc. Collapse of game industry. RDI Halcyon.
    1985: INTV System III. NES.
    1986: Atari 7800. SMS.
    1987: Atari XE. Commodore C64. Mattel Power Captain. Worlds of Wonder Action Max.
    1988: NEC PC Engine.
    1989: Atari Lynx. Konix Multi-System. NEC TurboGrafix 16. Nintendo Game Boy. Sega Genesis.
    1990: NEC Turbo-Express. Sega Game Gear. Sega Master System II. SNK Neo-Geo.
    1991: NEC PC-Engine Duo. SNES.
    1992:3D0. Philips CD-I. Alone In the dark released on PC.
    1993: Atari Jaguar. Commodore Amiga CD. Goldstar 3D0. Pioneer Laser Active.
    1994: Nintendo Super Game Boy. Sega 32X.
    1995: Nintendo Virtual Boy. Nintendo 64. Panasonic 3D0. Sega Nomad. Sega Saturn. Sony PlayStation.
    1996: Nintendo 64(US). SNK Neo-Geo CDZ.
    1997: Tiger Game.com.
    1998: Nintendo Game Boy Color. SNK NeoGeo Pocket. Tigher Game.com Pro.
    1999: Sega Dreamcast.
    2000: Nintendo Pikachu. Sony PSOne. Sony Playstation 2. VM Labs NUON-enhanced Samsung DVD.
    2001: Microsoft XBOX. Nintendo GameCube. Nintendo GameBoy Advance.
    2003: Nintendo GBA SP.
    2005: Nintendo GBA Micro, Nintendo DS. Sony PSP. Sony PSX. Sony PS2 thin. XB360.

    j00 just got OWNED

    By Blogger Marquis de Suave, at 10:10 PM  

  • Jeez show-off!!

    The major boxes I typed.

    By Blogger Reyals Bemus, at 9:24 AM  

  • That's not even all of them. Don't you wish you were as 31337 as me.

    By Blogger Marquis de Suave, at 2:42 PM  

  • Just to let you know, you don't need a modchip to mod. This other method I am talking about is called soft modding.

    By Blogger -=WTH=-Mod Clay, at 3:47 PM  

  • Yeah but modding the core box is awesomer... Soft-modding is for n00bz.

    By Blogger Reyals Bemus, at 3:48 PM  

  • in the sweet eyes of jahovas witnesses thats one heck of a list. hey matt you gona mod it yourself cause my dads got friends who will do it for round 50$$$ good deal.

    By Blogger [wthg}jondrunken master, at 9:36 PM  

  • Dude that list was definitely copied and pasted.

    By Blogger Reyals Bemus, at 11:35 AM  

  • Nope, typed by hand.

    By Blogger Marquis de Suave, at 11:40 AM  

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