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    KingMike I'm assuming we had long ago determined certain revisions of games in the US set were never released.
    Stunt Race FX 1.0, Mystic Quest 1.1, Fighter's History 1.0.

    That is the last one I think one glaring issue people had forgotten, including me until I randomly checked while ordering a bunch of random games and noticed there was about a six month delay between the Japanese and US releases.
    And then I remembered there was a good reason for that: it was certainly delayed because Capcom USA unsuccessfully filed a copyright infringement lawsuit against the game.
    Plenty of time to get Rev 1 ready by the time the judge declared it no worse than any other games saturating the market.
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      you need to wake up michael