> > How do we know a DK cab wasn't JAMMA converted? > > How do we know all of the resistors and capacitors are working to the levels > they've > > would've fresh from the factory? > > Is the high score "really" correct after potential bitrot/incorrect PSU/not enough > > voltage/the monitor wasn't from 1981/the ROMs have wrong stickers/Shigeru Miyamoto > > didn't bless it as genuine/The Ikegami conspiracy/... WHEELS WITHIN WHEELS MAN > > "King of Kong"'s lynchpin is that Nintendo "authenticated" the PCB, and that's > absolute garbage, even if it makes the likes of the folks on that board feel better > about themselves. We now know that Nintendo didn't even program the game, and aside > from Miyamoto most of the staff of that time is long gone.
yeah I'm not sure Nintendo of today would even know the difference between a real PCB and an xx-in-1 hacked to run just DK ;-)