Alright, back from the weekend! Continuing with the 90's theme, we're gonna move on to another one of Nintendo's consoles.
The Nintendo 64
Now, this is another case of physical lockout, like the Super Nintendo. But unlike the Super Nintendo, the Japanese and American N64 cartridges are basically identical in shape and size, but there is a key difference between the two. There are notches in both cartridges, but they are in different places depending on the region. In the cartridge slot, there are pegs molded in that will have to be dremmeled out (they are too thick to be pulled out like the SNES). This will require the system to be opened using a 4.5 mm gamebit. Carefully remove the Jumper or Expansion Pak using a butter knife, then open up the system, and then use a Phillips head screwdriver to remove the cartridge slot. Dremmel out the pegs, reassemble the console, and you're good to go.
Titles of interest:
Sin and Punishment: Successor of the Earth
Ya ya, I know that was only two, but I don't know much about import only N64 games quite yet, so come back tomorrow for more import tips!