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SG-17
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Tue Aug 11, 2009 1:50 pm
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Type: NTSC-U/C
What does Verses CR and NSC mean? There is no legend at the bottom of the page.

Also for SWBF and SWBF2 headsets do work in LAN and there is no buddy list because you don't connect through GameSpy.
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lordnikon
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Tue Aug 11, 2009 5:01 pm
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Type: NTSC-U/C
CR stands for Cross Region, and is used as an identifier for PAL vs NTSC networking via LAN.

Blue = Works
Red = Doesn't Work
Grayed out = either game wasn't released in that region at all, or the game was released but without LAN features

NSC stands for "Network Splitscreen", though maybe I should change that to NSS. Basically it refers to being able to play splitscreen on one gameconsole, but over the network via LAN. So for instance in Tribes Aerial Assault you can have 2 people on one game console playing online.

Duelly noted on SWBF 1 and 2. I will have to test those features in real time in a LAN tunneled environment before changing them in the list. For maximum accuracy everything in the lists gets hand tested before it is added.

I added the fact that the system link list needs a key legend to my to-do list.
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