Preservation and Reverse Engineering of Arcade Video Games
Tuesday, 11 December 2018
Capcom CPS1 B21 chips in the wild
Do you own any Capcom CPS1 games with a dead or faulty graphics chip? UTsource is holding onto a large new original stock of B21 chips aka ...
Saturday, 8 December 2018
Sega System 16 / 18 / 24 / X Security Programming Guide
Dear all, after some lengthy testing we are happy to release full details on the security programing of the Hitachi FD1089 / FD1094 cpus use...
Tuesday, 5 June 2018
Sega System 16 Security Reverse Engineering
Dear all, I'm glad to announce the successful reverse engineering of Sega's System 16 cpu security modules. This development w...
Wednesday, 30 May 2018
A Journey Into Capcom's CPS2 Silicon - Part 3
Welcome to the third and last post in the Capcom CPS-2 reverse engineering series, if you missed any of the previous post you can find them ...
Sunday, 4 March 2018
Is Your Gaming CRT Exposing You to X-Rays?
Motivated by this discussion at UKVAC I decided to run a little experiment to find out if your typical gaming CRT leaks any measurable X-ra...
Tuesday, 2 January 2018
A Journey Into Capcom's CPS2 Silicon - Part 2
Welcome to the second post in the Capcom CPS-2 reverse engineering series, if you missed the previous post you can find it here: Pa...
Monday, 20 March 2017
A Journey Into Capcom's CPS2 Silicon - Part 1
Capcom's Play System 2, also known as CPS2, was a new arcade platform introduced in 1993 and the company call on bootlegging. Featuri...
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