> This is a tragedy! > > byuu has experience with an issue like this and can maybe give you some pointers. > > - Stiletto > > Submitted to emulation subreddit where byuu may be more likely to see it.
I think Byuu got lucky, and SNES cartridges are generally easier to identify for the general public than random arcade PCBs.
The fact Shou says he ended up with somebody else's package in this instance also indicates the situation is a bit different, probably labels came off and got swapped? meaning his package likely was delivered, to somebody else. Unless they're honest about it the PCBs will probably just end up being split up and sold if that's the case.
Probably also a problem if ShouTime wants to stay low key, this type of thing usually results into people digging into the private lives of everybody involved and blaming them if they tried to do anything on the cheap etc.
Hopefully it turns out good, but I don't recall any previous 'lost PCBs' actually being tracked down :/