Myself and my friend (also co-op partner) go against each other in San Francisco Rush 2049's Battle Mode. Best out of 3... so who will win?
This is Update #1 of my Sega Mega-CD repair series, which was provided to me by YouTuber ShaolinSkunks88.
The console has no power, which after many hours of research, was pointing to a blown fuse on the power-board.
I had purchased a new pair of these fuses and of course, I intend to replace the blown fuse.
However, in this video I explain that the fuse may NOT be the problem, and I'm no longer convinced that replacing the fuse will fix it.
In this unboxing video, I unbox a Sega Mega-CD sent to me by a YouTuber by the name of ShaolinSkunks88.
The Mega-CD is dead with no power at all. So my aim is to try and fix it. This will come as series of repair videos as I try to figure out what is wrong with it and then hopefully get it back to a good working state.
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[ From My YouTube Description ]
I am a Let's Player, who currently has a few too many games on the go. I mostly game on the Xbox One X and PC, with the Xbox 360 and Dreamcast also getting some attention. And since receiving a Nintendo Switch from my girlfriend, expect videos on that as well.
There will be many retro games as well from older consoles. These will likely be emulated on PC if I do not have the specific console (or there is no way to capture them).
If you like what you see, feel free to subscribe to my channel. Any donations via PayPal or Patreon will be used on games, software and hardware, so I can keep bringing new videos to this channel.
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• ASUS B250H Strix Gaming Motherboard
• Intel i3-7100 @ 3.90GHz 7th Gen
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• Western Digital Blue 1Tb HDD x2
• EVGA nVidia GeForce GTX 750 Ti SC 2Gb
• Windows 10 Pro x64
• Corsair CX550M PSU
• Cooler Master HAF-XB Case