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It will gradually. Since it draws more power from the system, it will wear it out faster. It has been a long time since I've looked inside an NES, but with any electronic system, it is built to a certain specification, and since Action 52 draws so much power from the console, it's going to cause abnormally-quick wear.
3 years ago on AVGN: Action 52
Was that "Butt Trumpet" playing the last song in the battle?
3 years ago on The Wizard and Super Mario Bros 3
Little Red Hood. The title alone sounds dirty to begin with.
3 years ago on Little Red Hood
They should have known their would be heat issues with the cartridge before they even manufactured and tested it in the first place. You already have more chips inside the cartridge than a standard NES game. That and the poor NES system trying to send more power to the cartridge than was probably allowed in the specs. The NES is going to struggle to send enough watts to the cartridge without being able to up the voltage, thus greatly increasing the heat. Any electrician knows that a 240 volt heater is safer than a 120 volt heater, because it doesn't have to struggle to send the voltage to the heater and the wires in the walls stay cooler. This applies to the NES as well. :p
I had a 32X as a teenager. The Sega Genesis by itself was 32-bit to start with, considering it had a Motorola 68000 processor which is 32-bit. But Sega didn't want to push their luck advertising the system as 32-bit back in that era, even though it was truly 32-bit. Just goes to prove bits aren't everything.
3 years ago on Sega 32X
Ulysses 31. A strange cartoon I must say.
3 years ago on Inspector Gadget Review Part 2
This reminds me of "Space Ghost: Coast to Coast"
3 years ago on Late Night With Ganondorf Dragmire