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   Fonzie , 08/10/2018
On the 27th of October 2018, we are having a party in Paris, France. Let’s celebrate SEGA Genesis / Mega Drive's 30th anniversary and the release of PAPRIUM.
We understand this is a long trip but if by any chance you are around at that time, you're of course very welcome. You will receive an email shortly with more details, booking, etc. The event is free but booking is required in advance.


PS: We are working hard to ensure you to receive your games around that time but we can't guarantee it at the moment. You will receive another email shortly to confirm your shipping address.


For the few people still awaiting for their refunds on Paypal, we are still looking for a solution at the moment, thanks for the extra patience.

   spoonman , 07/12/2018 - 12:47
Has anyone been able to successfully get their credit card/bank to charge back the initial funds from 18 months ago? People need to realize that their Paprium money has basically paid his rent for a few yearsyears w/remaining $$ funding his fake "release" party. There will be no game released.
   Michel , 03/12/2018 - 14:17
The bottom line is, regardless of all the different chips the Datenmeister has, If the sega genesis is not designed to display all of what the Datenmeister has, then WM is just wasting their time and all those years of delays and the terrible demo proves it.
   Michel , 03/12/2018 - 14:12
One of the features of the Datenmeister is the ability to allow ost using 24 sound channels but I have high doubts that any vintage sega console has that many sounds channels built in and during the demo of the game "Paprium" there was no soundtrack at all among many other errors.
   drag0nneus , 03/12/2018 - 12:55
What about the mystical Datenmeister chip???
   Michel , 30/11/2018 - 15:19
Example: There was a game called "Lagrange point" that got release for the famicom in Japan but never released for the NES in the States. That's because the cartridge has a special sound chip allowing the use of extra sound channels already in the famicom but the NES does not have extra channels.
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