If I'm not mistaken, aren't there two people? From what I've read, there is Litoskin, who I know still has his copy, and the second is 3DOMan who managed to get a disc-only copy (I guess it was just missing the case/manual).This MF is rare. Since it was only sold in Korea I think a pack in maybe for one player - I only have seen 1 reference to anyone having it outside of Korea in my whole NUON time.
LOL! OK 2If I'm not mistaken, aren't there two people? From what I've read, there is Litoskin, who I know still has his copy, and the second is 3DOMan who managed to get a disc-only copy (I guess it was just missing the case/manual).
I spent last night doing just that! Only found the PC version of it.You might have better luck having someone search for it in Korean.
There's that as well as somehow finding a way to convince people who own the game to dump the rom. I know that it not being playable on anything but the Korean player was one reason given to me as to why Litoskin hasn't dumped it (though I doubt that's the only reason). Perhaps contacting him and any others with the game while explaining your intentions to make the game playable on any Nuon player would be a good approach. Perhaps you could even keep the original dump private and only release the rom once you've cracked the region code (as a means of giving them like a peace of mind)? Maybe a partial reimbursement of the cost to have it dumped could be an option? I doubt it be possible to re-release the game through Songbird due to copyright? Just some ideas.The only other thing you could do is a long shot and that is search for the Korean Player that it was the pack in of
That was the only NUON in Korea and that was the only way to get the game. Very limited number were made from what I understand.