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This is a reproduction cartridge of Lagrange Point for Nintendo Famicom. So have you ever heard the music in the Japanese version of Castlevania 3 (Akumajo Densetsu)? Pretty impressive audio improvement right? That's because Konami employed a special expansion chip called the VRC6, which unfortunately never saw the light of day in the USA, which is why the Japan and USA Castlevania 3 soundtracks sound so vastly different. Now, imagine if you will that Konami was somehow able to improve on the VRC6, and could pump audio out of a NES/Famicom that rivaled a Sega Genesis. Well that's what happened in the case of Lagrange Point! The only game in existence which uses the VRC7, and it has to be heard to be believed! At least Konami ported Castlevania 3 in a lesser form to the USA, but no such luck with Lagrange Point. This pricey Final Fantasy style RPG with a custom cartridge form factor is unlike anything else and unfortunately never left Japan. The most advanced Famicom title in existence, the music is unrecognizable as a NES soundtrack!

Recently I was made aware of an English translation ROM hack by a fan who wanted this one. I bought a copy of my own for R&D, and it's now a working English version! Be aware since this cart has a taller form factor it doesn't fit inside a Famicom adapted NES cartridge (like I've done for past NES repros). So I'll have to sell this one as a Famicom cartridge. Which means you'll either need a Famicom to play, or a NES with 47k resistor audio mod and modded Famicom to NES pin adapter to play on NES (and be able to hear VRC7 expansion audio). I can provide these hardware mods along with the game via special request! Easiest way to play is an AV Style Famicom.

Cartridge is clean, tested and working in a Japanese AV Famicom. SRAM battery is brand new. Any problems with compatibility or gameplay and I will issue a refund. Donor cartridges may vary slightly from condition shown in photo. Rest assured I will never send a cartridge with cracks or gouges in it.

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Lagrange Point Reproduction (Nintendo Famicom, 1991) Repro


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