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***[https://archive.org/details/No-Intro-Collection_2016-01-03_Fixed No-Intro Collection] for most cartridge-based systems (2016-01-03). ***[https://archive.org/details/No-Intro-Collection_2016-09-06 No-Intro Collection] (June 27, 2017) ***Redump GameCube ([https://archive.org/details/RedumpNintendoGameCubeAmerica Part 1], [https://archive.org/details/RedumpNintendoGameCubeAmericaPart2 Part 2], [https://archive.org/details/RedumpNintendoGameCubeAmericaPart3 Part 3]) USA sets (2016-05-27). ***[https://archive.org/details/gamecubenaiso Complete North American GameCube Collection]. ***[https://archive.org/details/NoIntroNintendoDsNumberedDecrypted No-Intro Nintendo DS] set (2017-02-13). File names are organized by scene release order. ***Redump PS2 ([https://archive.org/details/RedumpSonyPS2NTSCU Part 1], [https://archive.org/details/RedumpSonyPS2NTSCUPart2 Part 2]) USA sets (September 2016). Game IDs are used for file titles. CD-based games are .bin files, DVD-based games are .iso files. ***[https://archive.org/details/RedumpSonyPlayStationAmerica20160617 Redump PS1] USA set (2016-06-17). ***[https://archive.org/details/SgaStrnCmplt Redump Saturn] set (2015-09-13). Includes manuals and magazines. ***[https://archive.org/details/Sega_Mega-CD_and_Sega_CD_Reference_Set_-_Redump_ROMs_BIN_and_CUE Redump Sega CD] set. Includes DAT files to verify with ClrMamePro.
a lot of archive.org links died at some point. go ahead and undo if there's still a way to download the files, but it doesn't seem so. they might still exist on the server itself??
***[https://archive.org/details/NeoKobe-NecPc-98012017-11-17 Neo-Kobe PC-9801] and [https://archive.org/details/Neo_Kobe_NEC_PC-8801_2016-02-25 PC-8801] sets.
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***[https://archive.org/details/@john_mr_smith?sort=titleSorter Redump PS1] NTSC-U and PAL sets.
*[http://www.atarimania.com/rom_collection_archive_atari_2600_roms.html Atarimania] Contains a complete Atari 2600 ROM set.
*[http://romhustler.net/ ROM Hustler] Has Renascene PSP dumps. Has a good selection of games from all consoles Gen-6 and earlier