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Xband Modem Cartridge Super Nintendo ( SNES ) Boxed

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Initially, Catapult Entertainment had a very limited staff and virtually no advertising. Many avid gamers first learned of XBAND via small news articles that were published in the popular console gaming magazines and strategy guides of the day. By January 1996, XBAND network playability had reached practically every metropolitan area and several rural areas in the U.S., even though there had still only been a handful of advertisements published. The most well known of these advertisements appeared in gaming magazines, and were directed towards people wanting to be able to play their favorite video games against anyone, anywhere, at any time. The actual XBAND modems were carried by a handful of software and video rental chains across the United States. Internationally, the XBAND saw some limited expansion in the Japanese market

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Initially, Catapult Entertainment had a very limited staff and virtually no advertising. Many avid gamers first learned of XBAND via small news articles that were published in the popular console gaming magazines and strategy guides of the day. By January 1996, XBAND network playability had reached practically every metropolitan area and several rural areas in the U.S., even though there had still only been a handful of advertisements published. The most well known of these advertisements appeared in gaming magazines, and were directed towards people wanting to be able to play their favorite video games against anyone, anywhere, at any time. The actual XBAND modems were carried by a handful of software and video rental chains across the United States. Internationally, the XBAND saw some limited expansion in the Japanese market

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