« on: November 29, 2015, 03:31:35 pm »
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http://www.aliexpress.com/item/Free-Poke-Mon-Yellow-English-Edition-Game-Card-NES-72-Pins-Game-Cartridge-Replacement-Plastic-Shell/32516794973.htmlIndeed they are. I find it interesting that "NJ###" is on the cart. The original publisher does that for all their games so it could be a repro from Nanjing... maybe.
Am I seeing things or is this guy selling an NES repro of the game for $50 with a crappy label
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Probably a stylistic thing. I tried to write some music for Chillyfeez FF4 hack and it became difficult and depressing because I had taken on a project that was unfortunately not close enough to my own personal style. It also didn't help that I was in one of those periods where I was thinking "Do I even want to play music anymore?" and at the time, the answer felt like a "no". I love black metal and baroque, so I guess it goes without saying that my style is better suited for Konami than Square.Interesting. A lot of Square's music has a classical music influence, Uematsu comes to mind but his style has later matured.
That has indeed been a backburner plan for a long time. Unfortunately I haven't had much inspiration and talent at developing such a soundtrack to it myself, and the few submissions I have received (almost all by chpexo) haven't quite felt satisfactory enough.
People are making a killing off making Pokemon Yellow NES repros. Just FYI: https://instagram.com/p/-E5FNVhyob/?taken-by=nhanphanhippoThat price is a total rip-off. Isn't this the same guy who did the FF7 repros as well? I also signed up on instagram just to comment on that picture.
He will be selling these boxed repros with a custom manual for $200-300 a piece. This guy makes repros all the time, (I actually own one of them, his MM Legacy Collection). He claims he doesn't make them for profit but I find that statement extremely difficult to believe.
Since I learned about forums, I've noticed that people have trouble communicating socially with each other on them.
This is likely because, at this point in time, most forum goers are probably huge nerds. Facebook has taken the online communication world by storm, and left most forums a little emptier than they once were.
This leaves people who prefer communicating in a forum; i.e., nerds. Now nerds are not people who are known for their great social tact, if you don't mind my saying so. I'm a huge nerd myself; I've seen 80% of all things Star Trek and am aware of the Star Wars Expanded universe. I've done hacks of Final Fantasy II and IV-VI, for goodness' sake, I don't know how much more nerdy a person I could be. I play pop rock because I want to temper my nerdiness, but I digress.
Why couldn't someone write a guide for forum and debate etiquette? I don't know enough about it to write one, but maybe one of you does?We've had this conversation many-a-time with you and you'll probably get the same response even if you word it differently.
That wasn't a typo or a misspelling.Ah, good old European and American spelling differences. Firefox still detects this stuff as typos.
That's easier said, y'know?Good point. I recall the USA being anti-globalisation at some point. I forget the details of what pushed them over the edge, but it took a good amount of propaganda to sway the American citizens.
Whilst, personally, "not participating in globalisation" is something which I would love for every country to do, it becomes harder and harder as the big companies try to march in and take more land.
Even worse, they kept it secret from the public while it was being written, so it doesn't even take into account the opinions of anyone other than a few select corporations that are being kowtowed to.This type of thing happens all the time and it's completely on purpose. You can't imagine how hard it is to a) find out the meeting is happening and b) know when and where it is happening and c) to get into the meeting. Welcome to globalization!
You do realise [sic!] that the more people do that the more burden it puts on other countries and the hosts located there, and that that could eventually lead to the teapot boiling.If a country doesn't participate in globalization and doesn't care about the content, there seems to be no issue here. The worst that can happen is that other countries can block the website if the country refuses to take action. Also can you please elaborate on "eventually lead to the teapot boiling" as I feel it is a rather vague statement.
Should it ever pass. Will this site, and many others all cease to exist? The more I think about it the more depressing it gets because that would mean every translation ever done, and even fan-art is pretty much gone down the drain.If this website has a threat to be shut downand/or does, I have a few points to make:
This is less of a problem if globalisation is done away with.You should read some of Naomi Klein's books, specifically The Shock Doctrine: The Rise of Disaster Capitalism.