I would if it means there is no way at all to play it on real hardware, which is the case here. I keep hearing about sd2snes, but it's currently a.) unavailable and b.) doesn't support SPC7110. Will it ever be released in quantities big enough to satisfy over 200 people in the future so everyone can have one? Will it one day support the SPC7110? Perhaps one day it may, but at present it cannot do either. The cart has and always will be able to support the SPC7110 and more readily available than sd2snes is likely to be this year from what I understand about it's 1 man limited production runs. It's a nice product, and I wouldn't mind having one if available. Even when launched, I believe only 200 are coming.LostTemplar:
Hey, I'm not the guy doing the translation or developing the new mapping (yet). I could juggle all kinds of things around to make Frankenstein's monster live a variety of ways, but at present I'm just talking about YOUR/HIS mapper intentions, and what the two of you have publicly said about it, which didn't add up to me. How do you intend to also map the second meg non-linearly (in relation to the first) in the $40 region? I'm not sure how you intend to do that. I thought you said you did care about it working on the original cart as easily as possible. I just thought you should re-confirm or at the very least clarify this issue in the interest of making the original cart work and providing information to those interested. You can see my comments above to KingMike on the sd2snes.
I'm passionate about the project and I have a vested interest in doing all I can to help the project along and ensure it reaches as many people as possible. Real hardware people included.