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Game Pak: Front
Game Pak: Front
Game Pak: Back
Game Pak: Back
PCB: Front
PCB: Front
PCB: Back
PCB: Back

All Trademarks are (c) their respective owners.
All scans are "owned" by The Cart Scan Repository, if you want to use them, please ask us.

Nintense; The Corporation.
WT_Riker; Obsidian.

Game: Star Wars: Shadows of the Empire
Game Pak (Front): NUS-006 (USA)
NUS-NSWE-USA
Game Pak (Back): NUS-USA/CAN
ROM Chip: TOSHIBA 9644EAI
TC536433P
NUS-NSWE-1 02
N171 JAPAN

TOSHIBA 9644EA1
TC533233P
NUS-NSWE-1 12
N172 JAPAN
CIC Chip: (c) (m) 1995 Nintendo
CIC-NUS-6102
9640 E
PCB Label: (c) 1999 Nintendo
NUS-02A-01
Save Chip: BU9850
643 H5A
Other Chips: None
Other Features: 5 Resistors
1 Capacitor
WT_Riker nfo: Wow, I didn't realise any carts had this sort of feature (other than RE2). Two ROM chips. Perhaps when dumped it should be split into 64mbit and 32mbit peices for collectability... ;) A 4KBIT EEPROM chip also.
Nintense nfo: Remind anyone of Resident Evil 2? Well it should, as this games also contains two rom chips. It appears that Nintendo did not have 96Mbit rom chips ready to go upon this games release, so they used a 64Mbit one and a 32Mbit one. Or maybe it was just cheaper this way. Note the TC536433P and TC533233P indicating the size of each chip. Would be nice to see the v1.0 of this game. Would also be nice to see a copy of Killer Instinct Gold, which was 96Mbits as well, and it would also be interesting to see the chip used in a 32Mbit game, such as Iggy's 'Reckin Balls.
Supplied by: Nintense

Game Pak: Front
Game Pak: Front
Game Pak: Back
Game Pak: Back
PCB: Front
PCB: Front
PCB: Back
PCB: Back

All Trademarks are (c) their respective owners.
All scans are "owned" by The Cart Scan Repository, if you want to use them, please ask us.

Nintense; The Corporation.
WT_Riker; Obsidian.

Game: Star Wars: Shadows of the Empire
Game Pak (Front): NUS-006 (USA)
NUS-NSWE-USA
Game Pak (Back): NUS-USA/CAN
ROM Chip: NUS-NSWE-1 02
D23C64028CZ-W17
9645K7010

TOSHIBA 9644EA1
TC533233P
NUS-NSWE-1 12
N172 JAPAN
CIC Chip: (c) (m) 1995 Nintendo
CIC-NUS-6102
9641 E
PCB Label: (c) 1996 Nintendo
NUS-02A-01
Save Chip: BU9850
639 153
Other Chips: None
Other Features: 5 Resistors
1 Capacitor
WT_Riker nfo: Hrm... does the NSWE-0 version of this cart exist?!
Nintense nfo: Hmm, they used a different brand rom chip for the 64Mbit chip here, but used the exact same chip as in the first scan set for the 32Mbit chip.
Supplied by: f_fire