FZ1-ODE Review – Drop-in Optical Disc Emulator for the 3DO!
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FZ1-ODE Review – Drop-in Optical Disc Emulator for the 3DO!

Find one here: https://3do.dev/ (not an affiliate link) – The 3DO was relatively short-lived but had a great run in the mid 90s before the Playstation decimated their competitors. This new optical disc emulator (ODE) for the 3DO replaces the aging CD-ROM and allows booting games off of an SD card or USB stick. It dramatically speeds up load times and even makes gameplay smoother in certain situations! See more retro: http://lon.tv/retro, my prior 3DO content: http://lon.tv/3do and subscribe! http://lon.tv/s

VIDEO INDEX:
00:00 – Intro
02:13 – Compatibility
02:31 – External model
02:44 – Price
03:13 – Menu, Interface, Supported File formats
03:37 – Booting Need For Speed
05:12 – Load Time Comparison CD-ROM vs. ODE
06:25 – Quick Reset
06:54 – Game Queue Feature
08:09 – NVRAM Backup
09:09 – CD Audio
10:06 – Conclusion

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