> > That's just to cover their ass. If you pull out an SNES that hasn't been turned on
> > since 1995 and it catches fire, then that's on you.
> > So no suing Capcom claiming that they forced you to plug in your ancient untested
> > electronics by selling you this game.
> Nope. They probably said this because iam8bit is cheaping out on components and using
> 3.3V Flash chips.
> This was linked in a post on the NintendoAge thread on this subject. I would
> appreciate it if some MAME devs would chime in on what it says, since I'm a
> translator and don't understand squat about electricity.
I see an article speculating that they use 3.3V flash. But that's all I can find.
So it looks like people are saying that
(1) They contain 3.3V flash (why are they using flash? We don't have to write to the cart like with an everdrive...)
(2) the cartridge doesn't drop the 5v that the console delivers to the 3.3 needed by the chips properly.
All without having a cart in hand to verify any of this.
I'm not saying that this can't turn out to be an issue. But for now, this is literally completely made up by people that read about the Everdrive 3.3v problem recently and invented the fact that this new rerelease cart has the same problem.