> > > Actually, I saw on Ebay someone was Selling this, but I did not see the GD-Rom,
> > > it did have a HDD and a USB Drive on it. Is it possible the Game might need to be
> > > Written like the CPS3 Games need when being run 1st time?
> > Are you talking about Capcom vs. SNK 2 or Street Fighter IV?
> > Capcom vs. SNK 2 was only sold as a GD-ROM with a security dongle (a ROM chip). The
> > first time the game is run, all GD-ROM content is copied into the NAOMI's DIMM
> > RAM. The machine restarts itself, checks if the data is correct and runs the game
> > from memory. That memory is battery powered but it has to reload the game from the
> > disc if you leave the cabinet powered off for several days.
> > Street Fighter IV was sold as a hard disk with a security dongle (USB key). No
> > install disc exists. The full operating system (Windows XP Embedded) and game are
> > present on the hard disk and are run from there by the Type X2 system.
> Cap VS SNK 2
That's what I wrote above, first link is a Super Street Fighter IV hard disk (the HD is under the metal plate).
Second link is a cartridge of Capcom vs. SNK, not Capcom vs. SNK 2. Capcom vs. SNK 2 was released as GD-ROM only.
I have all these games as originals in my collection (the SFIV version I have is Super Street Fighter IV Arcade Edition Ver. 2012, I have 2 of them since you need to link 2 systems to have 2-player gameplay. It was pretty expensive back in the days).
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