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 No.4132[Reply]

Yea

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 No.4189

>>4169

You may have heard of Radical Dreamers -Le Trésor Interdit-, Radical Dreamers -Nusumenai Housenki-, or BS Radical Dreamers, yes? You can download it and a fan translation by now and play it through an emulator, though there is no saving and you'll have to make use of savestates.

It's basically a text adventure starring some Chrono Cross characters. The basic story is that Serge, Kid, and Magil (or just Gil, depending on who's talking about the game, but the fan translation says Magil) are sneaking into Viper Manor to steal the Frozen Flame.

Magil/Gil is who Guile was supposed to be before heavy editing, by the way.

A few Chrono Cross songs originate in this game, too.

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 No.4192

Out of the many JRPGs I've played, this and Grandia II are the only two JRPGs I've actually finished

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 No.4193

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>>4192

I'd wager the combat plays a large role in that. The systems used in those two games keep them compelling, whereas in others the grind can put you to sleep.

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 No.4476

I played the original SNES version of Chrono Trigger only a few years ago for the first time. One of the things it reminded me of is how I asked for a goddamn Genesis with Mortal Kombat for my birthday. If I had asked for this, maybe my school years would've been more imaginative.

Same with Terranigma.

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 No.4481

>>4476

I asked for Genesis too, for Christmas. I wanted Toejam and Earl and Sanic in the worst way, those were the definition of "cool."

My father kept trying to sell me on SNES, leading up to Christmas, because he loved Zelda. I didn't buy into it, Genesis was still the coolest thing to me, but thanks to his shilling I put Genesis at the top of my Christmas list and then at the bottom I put "or Super Nintendo" and I made it clear Genesis was my preferred choice.

Santa brought me an SNES with Super Mario World on Christmas morning. The rest was history, after Mario Kart, World, LttP, Super Metroid, FFIII, Chrono, DKC, the list goes on and on, he made the right decision.

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 No.4450[Reply]

Figured I would ask here as opposed to /v/ as this is sort of a retro question.

I picked up the 8bit Music Power and I'm trying to play it on my famicom, but having no luck getting it to start up. Has anyone else happened to buy this game too and has gotten it to work? Or could I just be stuck with a fancy piece of plastic?

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 No.4462

>>4450

Didn't even know this existed until now, but the store pages on Play-Asia and Amazon have disclaimers in japanese saying it doesn't work on all FC consoles (official or compatible).

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 No.4474

>>4462

Yeah, I saw those before getting it. But just hoped that was more a "warning" that in a very rare chance it might not work. So I guess I may be out of luck then. Unless I could find a cheap converter that may actually be able to play it.

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 No.4457[Reply]

Hey /vr/. My SEGA CD keeps having issues reading discs, to the point it'll manage to read one, play for a bit, then be unable to read anything until it's turned off for like 20 minutes.

Anyone know what the issue could be?

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 No.4458

>>4457

Does the Sega CD need laser calibration over time? What kind of discs are you reading? Burned discs need to be burned in a slow speed since the Sega CD only reads in 1x.

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 No.4469

>>4458

Both. Legit copy of Sonic CD reads and can be played, then hangs and disc can't be read again. Exact same with burnt. They both work fine after 20-30 mins again.

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 No.4421[Reply]

If this board is dead or not, is there any advancement with the game's translation? I've been dying to play the game without having to learn Japanese, and it looks like a really great game.

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 No.4443

bump

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 No.4454

Yeah this board is pretty dead at the moment. Don't know about the game's translation; some guy did a let's play on youtube though and he translated it as he spoke.

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 No.2293[Reply]

Hey /vr/, I was looking to building myself an emulation machine

I was planning on running Arcades and consoles at least up to gen 5

Would a raspberry pi be enough?

Should I just salvage a "old" laptop/pc?

What do /vr/?

pic unrelated

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 No.3485

>>3471

Christ, you're insufferable. Look, if you're not really interested in having fun, there are other threads.

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 No.3490

>>3124

That GPU is probably overkill. For emulators you want the fastest possible Intel cpu you can afford. And then you probably want to overclock it.

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 No.4437

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>>2293

The Wii is the best cheap option to play on a CRT. You get to also play Gamecube and Wii games on it.

A good option would be setting up Lakka (Retroarch as an OS, basically) on a ODROID -C1. The thing is cheap (37 dollars, but you have to buy an SD Card for the OS, and Wi-fi/Bluetooth USB dongles if you want them) and it runs quite well, it has some differences with a Wii, though.

- It only has an HDMI port, so no CRT TV for you.

- No Gamecube or Wii games.

+ You get access to PS1, PSP and even some Dreamcast emulation (In progress)

+ You get to play CPS3 games (embed related) and those big Neogeo Roms the Wii can't handle

+ You get a wider range of available controllers to use

+ You can use the ODROID to boot Android or Linux as well, with decent results.

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 No.4438

A modded original Xbox can do emulation surprisingly well, to the point it can do N64/PS1 emulation decently. Might be worth looking into.

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 No.4449

>>4437

>The Wii is the best cheap option

Unless you have access to some emulators I don't; no. It struggles to run anything past 16bit properly. And arcade game support was abysmal.

I mean, I'd like it to, I love using my Wii for NES stuff. I don't own the original console, and it looks amazing with component video. But from my experience it doesn't have the power, or up to date emulators.

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 No.4447[Reply]

Can anyone tell me about mods for an NES side loader to enable the Famicom exclusive sound channels?

I bought a Duck Hunt with a built in converter and intend to use it for Akumajou Densetsu when I find it, but I also intend to buy an Everdrive for FDS exclusive games like pic related.

My questions are:

1. Can you restore the Disk System exclusive synth (as in that weird sawtooth "Oboe" sounding synth in the Japanese version of Kid Icarus) for an Everdrive? I know you can restore shit like the VRC7, but what about the FDS only sound?

2. Will performing the Everdrive mod and the converter mod simultaneously cause any crazy interference when both are used at once or blow my NES tha' fuck up?

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 No.3342[Reply]

Hey /vr/, I recently picked up this controller for my computer, but the D-Pad isn't very good.

I can use it, but it makes my thumb really sore after a few hours since it requires so much pressure to use, as well as being one of those garbage pads that slides around in the controller.

What are some good USB controllers without garbage D-Pads?

For reference I hold the SP's D-Pad as the gold standard.

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 No.3515

>>3514

You've already disregarded the rest of the thread, so why ask?

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 No.3528

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>>3507

>I got the Saturn Pad and the USB adapter.

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 No.3535

>>3514

>just sold a Sidewinder on eBay

Was that you, anon?

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 No.4444

FC30 Pro or NES30 Pro

I have an FC30 Pro and it's fucking incredible. It'd bluetooth but it can connect to PC through the usb cable that comes packaged with it.

I got mine for like half price though.

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 No.4445

>>4444

>it'd

fuck, I meant to say "It's".

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 No.3908[Reply]

Is there list like that, but with console games?

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 No.4122

>>4102

I can seem to upload .pdf's.

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 No.4123

>>4122

>>3908

Actaully see

>>>/vr/6703646

For a PS2 recomdation screen.

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 No.4124

>>4123

Dam it. Messrd up.

Replace /vr/ with /v/ .

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 No.4170

>>3922

Silence, ignoramus.

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 No.4439

It's a bad list bro.

Maybe we should do our own. I'm tired of seeing that one as some kind of example of good PC gaming.

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 No.1144[Reply]

The identity of "Inezh," portraying actress of Jill Valentine in the first Resident Evil game, remains an unsolved mystery among veteran Resident Evil fans. Officially, she was a high school exchange student with no prior acting experience. Mikami regretted having her on board once production started the shoot at the Tama River. "Inezh" frequently complained about the mosquitos and insisted on wrapping things up ahead of schedule. No one knows where she is now, but I'd be mighty interested to hear her reflect on her experience and, moreover, her side of the story.

Contrary to misinformation courtesy of IMDb, Irish actress Una Kavanagh did not portray Jill and, when asked, curtly denies any connection to the game. The two actresses don't bear a close resemblance.
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 No.1936

Huh…
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 No.1942

>>1144
That's really weird. I wonder what happened to her
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 No.4432

She was eaten by Japanese cannibals

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 No.4433

>>1144

Now that is game trivia. Cheers.

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 No.2071[Reply]

Which Super Mario Bros 2 do you prefer, USA or Lost Levels, and why?
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 No.4120

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>>4107

I'm glad they haven't really messed with Link's Awakening at all. Great game.

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 No.4121

>>2071

USA simply because I grew up with it. Didn't play the lost levels until the SNES release.

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 No.4350

If I am not on heavy stims I like USA

If I am on a-pvp or something, Lost Levels.

I know it seems counterintuitive, but for some reason I can kick righteous ass at LL when I am so stimmed out I can't piss straight.

I think it has to do with it being so hard that I don't think about it, and accidentally do good because I stop being mad at failing at easy obstacles due to overcompensation.

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 No.4414

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>>4107

>Wart is an ally in Link's Awakening despite being a villain in his previous game

>mfw I realize this makes sense because your goal in Link's Awakening is to destroy the world from Super Mario Bros. 2.

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 No.4430

I'd take SMB2 over Doki Doki Panic any day. It's a fun, creative, challenging take on the original game. Whereas the original game was structured to introduce people to the sidescrolling genre, SMB2 was actually made for sidescroller players. I have similar feelings regarding Doom II over the original Doom.

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 No.4331[Reply]

Hey /vr/. I just finished beating Koudelka and seeing each of the endings. Despite the state in which it released and the issues within Sacnoth that produced it, Koudelka's a great game. It's worth playing for those that enjoy truly dark games and RPGs, though it plods along because of the crippled battle system, and it should've been Kikuta's magnum opus.

Anyways, I'm here not just to talk about Koudelka and what could've been, but also because I'm looking for something from Kikuta's discography: The Lost Files. Right now YouTube user whitenoisemonster666 has about half of the songs uploaded, but I can't find the rest anywhere else.

Here's the full tracklist, of which about only 8 or 9 are on YouTube: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lost_Files

If you can't help, that's fine. Just consider this a Hiroki Kikuta, Sacnoth and/or Shadow Hearts general.

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 No.4405

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>>4364

Just got it. No issues playing it from my ASUS DVD-RW drive, sounds great too. Will rip it and post a mega link here, then maybe I'll set up a burner account on YouTube to upload the CD tracks.

Got this cute little Japanese ad for a CD/DVD shop there. Looks like it's the shop I bought the CD from. Probably won't be the last time I do business with them.

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 No.4406

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 No.4407

>>4405

>>4406

Neat, hope you're enjoying it.

Might be worth putting the link to the rip of it in the share thread on /v/ as well. While it's not exactly vidya (I could be wrong, but aren't the songs on that all original works by Kikuta that weren't used in games?), but related enough that I think it would be welcome (not as if they don't get a range on non-vidya stuff in there too; I know one anon occasionally posts a mega full of lewd fan art).

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 No.4410

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>>4407

Will do. The Lost Files album was what Kikuta submitted to Square with his job application, so I'd say it's pretty closely vidya related. The songs are reminiscent enough of his work on the Mana series.

https://mega.nz/#!AVp1iR6Q!sgJ2cZQgJKNEfBYFTD_GtlZz0K6O-86sJghW0sMzyWk

Linking it here: http://8ch.net/v/res/7623591.html

Direct link because I never figured out how to do that shortcut linking

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 No.4412

>>4410

Sweet, thanks.

To quick link between boards, you use three right carrots, the board name, and post number. So that link would be >>>/v/7623591.

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 No.2760[Reply]

I can't be the only one that feels this game is mediocre when compared to Super Metroid?

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 No.4353

>>2776

Totally agree, the transition from 2D to 3D was painful. I am so glad to see 2.5D be a thing these days (like New Super Mario Bros) and it is alive and well on the WiiU (for platformers at least). I'd love to see more 2.5D "remakes" or reboots though, esp a Super Metroid style 2.5D Metroid game. Shit would be so cash.

>>2760

Prime was good, and had a surprisingly good feel gameplay wise, but I'm with you, it was no Super Metroid. I even like Fusion better than Prime. :/

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 No.4357

>>4353

I just want Super Metroid to be remade with hi-res 2D sprites of 3D graphics. It would make the wall jumps a hell of a lot easier.

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 No.4363

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>>4352

Fundamentally, it felt like a 3D action game with a heavy emphasis on exploration, one that happened to have a first-person camera; rather than, like you suggested, a traditional FPS. I played a lot of FPSeses before that time, and nothing that attracted me to that genre (the pace, the twitch) attracted me to Prime.

>I never really understood why it got so much praise… I enjoyed the platforming and exploration though

I think you just answered your own question. I probably put less time into it than you, but I really felt that it was good at immersion. The exploration and the first-person view contributed as much - or more - to that than the aesthetics. And after horseshit like Turok, it also managed to make platforming via first-person view at least somewhat palatable.

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 No.4366

>>4363

I see. Sounds like it's easier to appreciate when you can compare it to other games in the genre and know what it did differently.

>it felt like a 3D action game with a heavy emphasis on exploration, one that happened to have a first-person camera; rather than, like you suggested, a traditional FPS.

Fair enough. I think my opinion of it is mostly set on the last section I keep trying to get through and it's all filled with pirates. I enjoyed it enough to get that far but not enough to really care about going on.

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 No.4411

I don't think "mediocre" is the word.

I like Super Metroid more, but Prime is still a very good Metroid game

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 No.4399[Reply]

tell me about LaunchBox

worth to spent time for it? any good?

Going to use it for all my emulation, i'm sick as fuck to use the complicated way to get them into my steam libary.

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 No.4400

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

I prefer attract-mode because it's free software.

It also works with steam but I haven't tried that yet.

Since the layout is scripted you can make it look any way you can imagine if you're willing to throw your time at it but for MAME I just use an artwork torrent and one of the layouts posted on the forums.

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 No.2506[Reply]

Hey /vr/! Tell me, what's your favourite N64 game? My favourite is Ocarina of Time.

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 No.2545

>>2544

whether*

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 No.4378

Rogue Squadron. Didn't play much N64 (was always on the Genesis at the time) so I'm sure there are better games.

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 No.4380

>>2544

Didn't you get shitted off with the back-tracking and the collecting? I liked the game for a while, but those two features turned me off 100%ing it.

>>4378

I never enjoyed Star Wars, but I put in a little time with that one, and it seemed solid. Not sure how it compared to the PC dogfighting games set in the same universe, though.

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 No.4382

>>4380

I also couldn't compare it to any PC dogfighting games at the time, but like you said, it was solid.

>>2544

>trade your DK64 back in ~02 for a reason you can't even remember

Damn that game was fun

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 No.4384

>>4382

I remember it being pretty arcadey, but with solid, varied mission objectives. Space Dynasty Warriors, but not quite as braindead.

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 No.4346[Reply]

My current faves:

Dragon Egg

Bonk series

Dragon's Curse

both Doraemon games

Parasol Stars

Doraemon: Nobita no Dorabian Nights is really surprising in that it starts piss easy and gradually gets harder and harder. I'm at the spooky ghosts level now, it's great

Also Hudson Appreciation Thread

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>tfw no PC Engine Duo

At least I have the Everdrive.

Oh and my favorites:

Gradius

Soldier Blade

Bonk's Revenge

Tiger Road

Jackie Chan's Action Kung-fu

Final Soldier

Tower of Druaga

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