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StoneAgeGamer

StoneAgeGamer

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StoneAgeGamer

#1

StoneAgeGamer commented on Review: Everdrive 64:

@theblackdragon Obviously you could say I am biased (not you, but in general), but I don't see this as painting the NintendoLife user base as anything negative. People who don't like flash carts won't use them, those who do may be interested in this article. To me this site is about providing Nintendo related news along with the community. This article was about a N64 flash cart with no actual information on how to use the device illegally. I guess I personally don't see the issue. I am not just saying this because I provided the product. If this were a competing flash cart or another "gray market" (as you called it) device my opinion would obviously be the same.

Really in the end, if you do not like the content any site provides then the best way to show that is by voicing your concern and if you feel you did not get the result you desired from the people who run the site then the next best course of protest is to stop supporting the site by no longer visiting it. I hope this site does not lose viewers because of, what I consider a pretty mundane article. I wouldn't even call it a review (which I personally was hoping for).

There are plenty of people and sites that are just as reputable and respected as NintendoLife that have reviewed flash carts. Maybe I am seeing things through Stone Age Gamer-colored glasses or maybe things like this just don't bother me like it may others.

Thanks for the conversasion theblackdragon, not often do you experience actual respectful dialog on the internet. If the community is truly against such articles as this I would suggest contacting NintendoLife and letting them know.

StoneAgeGamer

#2

StoneAgeGamer commented on Review: Everdrive 64:

@theblackdragon I am not privy to UK law. I am a U.S.-based business.

Thanks for posting that article. Although I obviously disagree with the ruling I understand the moderators concern. I do understand Nintendo's concern over flash carts for systems that are still in production though. We would never release such a flash cart. We are only interested in long abandoned systems.

If this article must be removed, so be it. If it is I will contact Damien and have him return the EverDrive64.

StoneAgeGamer

#3

StoneAgeGamer commented on Review: Everdrive 64:

@oldgamesonly No offense was taken. Honestly the responses to this article are pretty typical to what we see every time someone does a review or overview of one of the EverDrive flash carts. Two common things: Its a rip off / too expensive and its illegal. One is subjective and the other is not true (at least not in the U.S.).

StoneAgeGamer

#4

StoneAgeGamer commented on Review: Everdrive 64:

@tanookisuit The EverDrive64 Deluxe Edition was always $174.99. I don't jack up the price or rip anyone off. I don't think you realize how much work actually goes into making a Deluxe Edition.