Nintendo Spam

Gregory Alan Bolcer (
Sat, 29 Nov 1997 12:02:18 -0800

Hilarious! This must be an automated response. I told
them that their N64 would be much improved if they added
3 PCMCIA slots to it and I get a form email asking
what product I am thinking of.


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We're glad to hear that you are interested in developing for us. Before we can give
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an experienced developer, please send us the following information:

1. Company name.
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5. System you're interested in developing for (N64, Super NES, Game Boy

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From: Peer Schneider <>
Subject: Re: Nintendo 64 and PCMCIA

>Please forward this to the appropriate person; as expert game players
>and system designers, we feel your system would be vastly improved by
>adding in 3 PCMCIA slots in the 64DD package. This would allow
>greatly enhanced network play, incremental feature add-on, added
>support for other interaction devices and so on.
>Please consider this for your design.
>Gregory Alan Bolcer

You got the wrong guys. We're an unofficial site covering Nintendo
products, not Nintendo.

You can reach them at


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