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Comment Re:Why? (Score 1) 395

Yeah, but in the case of the NES, you can disable it by clipping a single chip pin on the board, and for the SNES, just Dremel off a little bit of plastic in the cartridge slot. And typically, these games would be timed to the video refresh rate, so switching between NTSC or PAL will usually cause the game to run at the wrong speed.

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