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  • 16:47, 4 July 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) automatically marked revision 164986294 of page User:Evan-Amos patrolled
  • 16:46, 4 July 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) automatically marked revision 164986177 of page User:Evan-Amos/VOGM/ActionMax patrolled
  • 16:44, 4 July 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) moved page File:Action-Max-Set-FR-Alt.jpg to File:Action-Max-Set-FR.jpg (correct naming scheme)
  • 16:42, 4 July 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) automatically marked revision 164985829 of page File:Action-Max-Set-FR-Alt.jpg patrolled
  • 16:42, 4 July 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Action-Max-Set-FR-Alt.jpg ({{Information |Description=The light gun controller for the Action Max video game console. Released in 1987 by Worlds of Wonder, it was a console that worked in conjunction with a VCR to play light gun "games". Games came on VHS tapes and were on-rai...)
  • 16:42, 4 July 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Action-Max-Set-FL.jpg ({{Information |Description=The Action Max video game console. Released in 1987 by Worlds of Wonder, it was a console that worked in conjunction with a VCR to play light gun "games". Games came on VHS tapes and were on-rails shooters that featured no...)
  • 16:41, 4 July 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Action-Max-Red-Light.jpg ({{Information |Description=The red light accessory for the Action Max video game console. Released in 1987 by Worlds of Wonder, it was a console that worked in conjunction with a VCR to play light gun "games". Games came on VHS tapes and were on-rail...)
  • 16:40, 4 July 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Action-Max-Gun-FR.jpg ({{Information |Description=The light gun controller for the Action Max video game console. Released in 1987 by Worlds of Wonder, it was a console that worked in conjunction with a VCR to play light gun "games". Games came on VHS tapes and were on-rai...)
  • 16:40, 4 July 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Action-Max-Gun-FL.jpg ({{Information |Description=The light gun controller for the Action Max video game console. Released in 1987 by Worlds of Wonder, it was a console that worked in conjunction with a VCR to play light gun "games". Games came on VHS tapes and were on-rai...)
  • 16:39, 4 July 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Action-Max-Console-FR.jpg ({{Information |Description=The Action Max video game console. Released in 1987 by Worlds of Wonder, it was a console that worked in conjunction with a VCR to play light gun "games". Games came on VHS tapes and were on-rails shooters that featured no...)
  • 16:39, 4 July 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Action-Max-Console-FL.jpg ({{Information |Description=The Action Max video game console. Released in 1987 by Worlds of Wonder, it was a console that worked in conjunction with a VCR to play light gun "games". Games came on VHS tapes and were on-rails shooters that featured no...)
  • 16:39, 4 July 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) automatically marked revision 164985541 of page File:Action-Max-Console-BL.jpg patrolled
  • 16:38, 4 July 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) automatically marked revision 164985489 of page File:Action-Max-Console-BR.jpg patrolled
  • 16:36, 4 July 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Action-Max-Console-BR.jpg ({{Information |Description=The Action Max video game console. Released in 1987 by Worlds of Wonder, it was a console that worked in conjunction with a VCR to play light gun "games". Games came on VHS tapes and were on-rails shooters that featured no...)
  • 16:35, 4 July 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Action-Max-Console-BL.jpg ({{Information |Description=The Action Max video game console. Released in 1987 by Worlds of Wonder, it was a console that worked in conjunction with a VCR to play light gun "games". Games came on VHS tapes and were on-rails shooters that featured no...)
  • 14:09, 27 June 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) automatically marked revision 164441874 of page User:Evan-Amos/VOGM/NeoGeoCD patrolled
  • 14:06, 27 June 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Neo-Geo-CD-TL-Daughterboard.jpg ({{Information |Description=A closeup of the daughterboard for the front-loading Neo Geo CD, a video game console released by SNK in Japan in 1994. |Source={{own}} |Date=2015-06-11 |Author= Evan-Amos |Permission={{PD-self}} |other_ver...)
  • 14:05, 27 June 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Neo-Geo-CD-FL-Open3-FR.jpg ({{Information |Description=A Neo Geo CD, a video game console released by SNK in Japan in 1994, with the top casing removed. This is the front-loader model, which was the first version released and only in Japan. Like the Neo Geo AES, the console was...)
  • 14:05, 27 June 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Neo-Geo-CD-FL-Open3-FL.jpg ({{Information |Description=A Neo Geo CD, a video game console released by SNK in Japan in 1994, with the top casing removed. This is the front-loader model, which was the first version released and only in Japan. Like the Neo Geo AES, the console was...)
  • 14:04, 27 June 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Neo-Geo-CD-FL-Open3-BR.jpg ({{Information |Description=A Neo Geo CD, a video game console released by SNK in Japan in 1994, with the top casing removed. This is the front-loader model, which was the first version released and only in Japan. Like the Neo Geo AES, the console was...)
  • 14:04, 27 June 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Neo-Geo-CD-FL-Open3-BL.jpg ({{Information |Description=A Neo Geo CD, a video game console released by SNK in Japan in 1994, with the top casing removed. This is the front-loader model, which was the first version released and only in Japan. Like the Neo Geo AES, the console was...)
  • 14:01, 27 June 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Neo-Geo-CD-FL-Open2-FL.jpg ({{Information |Description=A Neo Geo CD, a video game console released by SNK in Japan in 1994, with the top casing removed. This is the front-loader model, which was the first version released and only in Japan. |Source={{own}} |Date=2015-06-11 |Auth...)
  • 14:01, 27 June 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Neo-Geo-CD-FL-Open2-FR.jpg ({{Information |Description=A Neo Geo CD, a video game console released by SNK in Japan in 1994, with the top casing removed. This is the front-loader model, which was the first version released and only in Japan. |Source={{own}} |Date=2015-06-11 |Auth...)
  • 14:00, 27 June 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Neo-Geo-CD-FL-Open2-BR.jpg ({{Information |Description=A Neo Geo CD, a video game console released by SNK in Japan in 1994, with the top casing removed. This is the front-loader model, which was the first version released and only in Japan. |Source={{own}} |Date=2015-06-11 |Auth...)
  • 13:59, 27 June 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Neo-Geo-CD-FL-Open2-BL.jpg ({{Information |Description=A Neo Geo CD, a video game console released by SNK in Japan in 1994, with the top casing removed. This is the front-loader model, which was the first version released and only in Japan. |Source={{own}} |Date=2015-06-11 |Auth...)
  • 13:59, 27 June 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Neo-Geo-CD-FL-Open1-FL.jpg ({{Information |Description=A Neo Geo CD, a video game console released by SNK in Japan in 1994, with the top casing removed. This is the front-loader model, which was the first version released and only in Japan. |Source={{own}} |Date=2015-06-11 |Auth...)
  • 13:59, 27 June 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Neo-Geo-CD-FL-Open1-BR.jpg ({{Information |Description=A Neo Geo CD, a video game console released by SNK in Japan in 1994, with the top casing removed. This is the front-loader model, which was the first version released and only in Japan. |Source={{own}} |Date=2015-06-11 |Auth...)
  • 13:00, 27 June 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) automatically marked revision 164438494 of page User:Evan-Amos/VOGM/Xbox360Pro patrolled
  • 10:04, 27 June 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Xbox-360-Audio-Adapter.jpg ({{Information |Description=The audio adapter for the Xbox 360. This adapter allows someone to use stereo and optical audio hookups separately while using HDMI for video out. |Source={{own}} |Date=2015-06-26 |Author= Evan-Amos |Permi...)
  • 12:16, 26 June 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) automatically marked revision 164363032 of page User:Evan-Amos/VOGM/NeoGeoCD patrolled
  • 12:14, 26 June 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Neo-Geo-CDZ-Open2-BR.jpg ({{Information |Description=The motherboard/inside of the Neo Geo CDZ, a video game console released by SNK in Japan in 1994. The third and last Neo Geo CD model, the CDZ had a lot of refinement and was much smaller than the previous models. |Source={{...)
  • 12:13, 26 June 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Neo-Geo-CDZ-Open2-FR.jpg ({{Information |Description=The motherboard/inside of the Neo Geo CDZ, a video game console released by SNK in Japan in 1994. The third and last Neo Geo CD model, the CDZ had a lot of refinement and was much smaller than the previous models. |Source={{...)
  • 12:13, 26 June 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Neo-Geo-CDZ-Open2-FL.jpg ({{Information |Description=The motherboard/inside of the Neo Geo CDZ, a video game console released by SNK in Japan in 1994. The third and last Neo Geo CD model, the CDZ had a lot of refinement and was much smaller than the previous models. |Source={{...)
  • 12:12, 26 June 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Neo-Geo-CDZ-Open2-BL.jpg ({{Information |Description=The motherboard/inside of the Neo Geo CDZ, a video game console released by SNK in Japan in 1994. The third and last Neo Geo CD model, the CDZ had a lot of refinement and was much smaller than the previous models. |Source={{...)
  • 12:12, 26 June 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Neo-Geo-CDZ-Open1-FR.jpg ({{Information |Description=The motherboard/inside of the Neo Geo CDZ, a video game console released by SNK in Japan in 1994. The third and last Neo Geo CD model, the CDZ had a lot of refinement and was much smaller than the previous models. |Source={{...)
  • 12:12, 26 June 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Neo-Geo-CDZ-Open1-FL.jpg ({{Information |Description=The motherboard/inside of the Neo Geo CDZ, a video game console released by SNK in Japan in 1994. The third and last Neo Geo CD model, the CDZ had a lot of refinement and was much smaller than the previous models. |Source={{...)
  • 12:11, 26 June 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Neo-Geo-CDZ-Open1-BR.jpg ({{Information |Description=The motherboard/inside of the Neo Geo CDZ, a video game console released by SNK in Japan in 1994. The third and last Neo Geo CD model, the CDZ had a lot of refinement and was much smaller than the previous models. |Source={{...)
  • 12:11, 26 June 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Neo-Geo-CDZ-Open1-BL.jpg ({{Information |Description=The motherboard/inside of the Neo Geo CDZ, a video game console released by SNK in Japan in 1994. The third and last Neo Geo CD model, the CDZ had a lot of refinement and was much smaller than the previous models. |Source={{...)
  • 07:57, 26 June 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) automatically marked revision 164351316 of page User:Evan-Amos/VOGM/NeoGeoCD patrolled
  • 07:55, 26 June 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Neo-Geo-CD-TL-Open2-FR.jpg ({{Information |Description=The inside of the Neo Geo CD, a video game console released by SNK in Japan in 1994. This is the top loader model, the most common version and the only one that saw a worldwide release. The Neo Geo CD was a conversion of the...)
  • 07:55, 26 June 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Neo-Geo-CD-TL-Open2-FL.jpg ({{Information |Description=The inside of the Neo Geo CD, a video game console released by SNK in Japan in 1994. This is the top loader model, the most common version and the only one that saw a worldwide release. The Neo Geo CD was a conversion of the...)
  • 07:54, 26 June 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Neo-Geo-CD-TL-Open2-BR.jpg ({{Information |Description=The inside of the Neo Geo CD, a video game console released by SNK in Japan in 1994. This is the top loader model, the most common version and the only one that saw a worldwide release. The Neo Geo CD was a conversion of the...)
  • 07:54, 26 June 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Neo-Geo-CD-TL-Open2-BL.jpg ({{Information |Description=The inside of the Neo Geo CD, a video game console released by SNK in Japan in 1994. This is the top loader model, the most common version and the only one that saw a worldwide release. The Neo Geo CD was a conversion of the...)
  • 07:54, 26 June 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Neo-Geo-CD-TL-Open1-FR.jpg ({{Information |Description=The inside of the Neo Geo CD, a video game console released by SNK in Japan in 1994. This is the top loader model, the most common version and the only one that saw a worldwide release. The Neo Geo CD was a conversion of the...)
  • 07:53, 26 June 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Neo-Geo-CD-TL-Open1-FL.jpg ({{Information |Description=The inside of the Neo Geo CD, a video game console released by SNK in Japan in 1994. This is the top loader model, the most common version and the only one that saw a worldwide release. The Neo Geo CD was a conversion of the...)
  • 07:53, 26 June 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Neo-Geo-CD-TL-Open1-BR.jpg ({{Information |Description=The inside of the Neo Geo CD, a video game console released by SNK in Japan in 1994. This is the top loader model, the most common version and the only one that saw a worldwide release. The Neo Geo CD was a conversion of the...)
  • 07:52, 26 June 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Neo-Geo-CD-TL-Open1-BL.jpg ({{Information |Description=The inside of the Neo Geo CD, a video game console released by SNK in Japan in 1994. This is the top loader model, the most common version and the only one that saw a worldwide release. The Neo Geo CD was a conversion of the...)
  • 05:15, 26 June 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) automatically marked revision 164345088 of page User:Evan-Amos/VOGM/NeoGeoCD patrolled
  • 05:13, 26 June 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Neo-Geo-CD-Power-Supply-JP.jpg ({{Information |Description=The power supply for the Neo Geo CD, a video game console released by SNK in Japan in 1994. This model is used for both the front and top loader models. The power supply also uses a unique, proprietary connector and differs...)
  • 05:09, 26 June 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Neo-Geo-CD-Controller-FR.jpg ({{Information |Description=The controller for the Neo Geo CD, a video game console released by SNK in Japan in 1994. This controller came packed in with all three models of the Neo Geo CD and replaced the large arcade-stick controller of the Neo Geo A...)
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