The only reason to own a Powerpak is if you bought one before the Everdrive was released. Otherwise, it's too outdated and undersupported. The developer gave up on it well before he should have and the NESdev community stepped in and did what he should have. It's reason enough to stay away from the PP and, tbh, all of his products.
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Aug 07, 2016 · Also, on the carts not working tip: Blaster Master works fine for me, but NES Tetris does not. Here's the funny bit -- NES Tetris does work fine in the AVS I gave to my mom. I'm guessing there must be differing tolerances in the pins in the cart connector. At some point, I'll take a look and see if they can be "pried" a little.
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[NES] NES PowerPak / 海外版ファミコンの開発ツール ※画像とデザインが若干異なる場合があります ※パッケージは有りません(バルク品となります)
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The current price of the NES PowerPak is US$135 + shipping and for that chunk of money you get a shiny red, slightly transparrat, NES "PowerPak" cartridge, a used NES cartridge sleeve and a small manual.
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Jul 17, 2017 · These carts (Everdriver & PowerPak for NES) can be purchased legally, but they contains no games themselves & utilizes NES ROMS... where the "legally questionable" part comes in terms of copyright law. In order to maintain legal use under Fair Use Policy, you have to create your own ROMS from the games you legally own.