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Is there a complete German (Deutsch) translation of this game? I've tried searching online but only only found an unfinished project at forums.

Gaming Discussion / BEST Emulation News Websites?
« on: August 02, 2016, 04:07:15 pm »

What are the best websites with emulation news? The hasn't been updated since Nov. 2013!  ::) ::)

Here's some that I'm subscribed to via RSS:

Reddit Emulation:
Emulation on Android:

Do you guys have anymore?

Thanks for the information FallenAngel2387.

Is there a list of all official German language SNES/MD releases?

I want to find a list of all German language releases (not ROM translations) for the SNES and Megadrive. For example, Landstalker for Genesis/Megadrive had an official German language release.

In the Goodset codes the ROM will have a (G) after the name.

Gaming Discussion / Re: List of untranslated Famicom games
« on: March 20, 2016, 03:34:59 pm »
I mentioned in the other thread that I was working on a comprehensive list of all Japanese games and their availability in English. At first I was like "god, are they ever going to stop translating NES games, MOVE ON, people" but now I'm looking at it and I'm like "YAAAAAAY only 318 left to go!!!!!!!"

This was time-consuming, but a lot of fun. I might work on a list for SNES next (or Playstation, as someone suggested, but testing all the games seems really difficult).

I'm sure I got a lot of stuff wrong, so I'm counting on all of you to correct me. :)

What was your methodology in making this list? I found an SFC game list.

The problem though is that it also includes games that were also released in the United States.

Gaming Discussion / Re: Fun/Favorite Dreamcast Games?
« on: March 20, 2016, 03:24:51 pm »
Illbleed is a fun little adventure produced by the guys who did Blue Stinger and Landstalker for the Genesis. The Toy Hunter segment was funny.


I found a great website that has Top 100 lists for a myriad of old consoles.

Maybe you'll find an overlooked gem to play.

Gaming Discussion / Favorite Android Emulators!?
« on: January 17, 2016, 06:08:21 pm »
So over the past five months I've had more experience with portable Android emulators for my Sony Tablet S. I really like the .emu Free series.

NES: NES.emu Free
Genesis: MD.emu Free
GBA: GBA.emu Free
GB/GBC: GBC.emu Free
Arcade: MAME4droid / MAME4droid 0.139
DOS: aDosbox
N64: Mupen64 Plus AE
Game Gear: Gearoid
Turbografx 16: PCE.emu Free
SNES: Snes9x EX+
Playstation: psx4droid
MSX: MSX.emu Free
Neo Geo Pocket: NGP.emu

What are your favorites? What about Sega Saturn, Dreamcast, or Sega Master System? Let us know in this thread.

Gaming Discussion / Re: Those Catchy, Catchy Tunes...
« on: May 25, 2015, 10:08:44 pm »
Wormland from Super Turrican 2 (SNES).

Of course there's others but I can't think of them right now. Check the Donkey Kong Country 2 OST for really good tunes.

By the way, the video I linked to is part of a "100 Best SNES Music" list so maybe you'll find something you like there.

Gaming Discussion / Re: Question maybe you fellas could help with.
« on: May 25, 2015, 09:51:27 pm »
Can anyone point me to any good politics-free gaming news sites?

I don't mean one that serves your opinion, or what you think my opinions might be (though I doubt you would know anyways, as I don't post here often and do not recall saying boo about politics here because I am not a person who cares for politics). I actually mean a site that either has it in their rules not to discuss politics, or maintains a ban on discussing can-of-worm topics whilst they are still hot topics.

Also, by "banning the discussion of topics" I do not mean "banning one side from giving their views". I actually mean "banning/warning/reprimanding anyone whatsoever for discussing the contentious topics at all, for whatever reason".

It doesn't have to be as strict as that, of course, but my basic point is that I am looking for a "we don't want to hear your political views, nor do we want to share ours"-gaming site/gaming news site.

Does anyone know of any?

Whoa. I was actually going to come here and post this question myself. What a strange cosmic coincidence.
Yeah websites like Kotaku and others have tainted themselves because of #Gamergate.
What about IGN and I feel game reviews are redundant now because anyone can upload a review onto GameFAQS or put a Longplay on youtube with their commentary.

To be honest, I wish there was a website today that was like NEXT Generation magazine. Does anyone here remember NEXT Generation from the 90s (first issue Jan. 1995)? That was a gaming magazine, that had reviews, but mostly it had articles about the industry itself, where it was going, what new technologies it would use (remember this was the 90s with the transition to 3D) and they would interview industry leaders, CEOs like Howard Lincoln, etc. Man that was a great magazine.

Here's a link to the uploads: The story from May 1995 is about the upcoming "Ultra 64"

Programming / Re: Google code shutting down
« on: May 20, 2015, 01:13:45 am »
Personally, I like, but if you plan on making your utility closed-source, I guess it's not an option (although remember there are open-source licenses other than GNU-license)

Gaming Discussion / Re: The Ultimate Doom
« on: May 20, 2015, 01:03:03 am »
Don't forget to visit and check out their Cacowards over the last 21 years, you will find the best WADS/modifications for Doom.

By the way, I would also recommend you purchase Doom II. In fact, I would recommend most new people to Doom II first, because there are more WADs/modifications.

Check out Zandronum (formerly known as SkullTag) if you want to find people from ALL AROUND the WORLD to play with. The sourceport is based on Zdoom/GZdoom so you should have no problem setting up your controller.

My favorite multiplayer WADS are All Out War 2 and Real Guns Advanced 2. Set up your own server and play coop RGA2 with others.

Interesting game reminded me of Desert Strike with the isometric perspective.

i recently acquired a copy of mechwarrior for the snes and the game is great! its fun! why has no one made any hacks or utilities to hack mechwarrior? or maybe there are hacks and i just wasnt able to find them? anyone?

Perhaps you should become the first SNES Mechwarrior ROM-hacker.

Gaming Discussion / Re: So I discovered PC gaming
« on: May 20, 2015, 12:39:07 am »
Does anybody in this thread know what's the best way to play Windows 98 games on modern Windows Vista/7/8 32-bit and 64-bit laptops? Dosbox takes care of DOS games but what about Win 95/98?

Is there any program that does that or should one use Gparted on their harddisk-drive and install Win98 on a seperate partition?
I'm curious to figure out how to play Warcraft II, Age of Empires II, and Baldur's Gate II on my Win7 machine.

Gaming Discussion / Re: Expound on your favorite 8 NES games. ;D
« on: May 20, 2015, 12:29:43 am »
Super Mario Bros. 3
Super Mario Bros. 2
Kirby's Adventure
Legend of Zelda
Bionic Commando

Honorable Mentions:
Puss 'n' Boots (first game I ever completed/beat)
Metal Mech (first NES game I ever owned, yeah it's not enjoyable)
Super Mario Bros./Duck Hunt
Ninja Gaiden 1 + 2
...and others

I've read that Final Fantasy III is VERY DIFFICULT, more so than Final Fantasy V. Maybe this patch will make it more playable ala the Mother/Earthbound 0 patches. In any case, I like that it makes the graphics more "SNES"-like.

PS: In the screenshot..."Mahboi"? "Pingas"? LoL too funny.  ::)

Gaming Discussion / What should I try out? MUGEN or Project M?
« on: May 15, 2015, 02:36:01 pm »

What do you guys think is a more entertaining fighting game. MUGEN or Project M?
For those who are unaware MUGEN is a 2D-fighting game where anyone can create and upload custom content like fighters/stages/etc. so one can have fights like Ronald McDonald vs. Godzilla.

Project M is a mod of Super Smash Bros. Brawl (I don't know how they did it) that allows anyone to create custom characters.

Gaming Discussion / Chronsega 9 is here!
« on: May 15, 2015, 02:30:16 pm »

Do any of you guys enjoy the Chrontendo/Chronsega/Chronturbo series?
He updates sparsely (can't blame him, it is free labor) but I wanted to inform you that Chronsega 9 is out.

If any of you guys enjoy his documentary style, please look into his other videos, there's HOURS of content. He goes through EVERY SINGLE GAME for these platforms in chronological order!

Gaming Discussion / Mobygames hits 50,000 Unique Games!
« on: May 15, 2015, 02:25:28 pm »

Mobygames now has 50,000 unique games in its database. As thanks, they're changing all the box arts to be high resolution and without their watermark. is a good website for any retro gamers who are looking for interesting games to play. Use the sidebar on the right to sort through their list. For example, filter 1995, super-nintendo, if you want to find what games were like 20 years ago.

Gaming Discussion / Re: So I discovered PC gaming
« on: May 15, 2015, 02:20:27 pm »
Here's my list:

First Person Shooters:
Doom/Doom II (Play with either Zandronum/Skulltag or GZDoom) + wads (Go to to find them)
Heretic/Hexen (Play with either Zandronum/Skulltag or GZDoom) + wads (Go to to find them)
Duke Nukem 3D (Play with EDuke32) + addons (Plutonium Pak, Duke it Out DC, Life's a Beach)
Shadow Warrior (Play with Jonof) + addons (Wanton Destruction, Twin Dragon)
Blood (Play with DosBox)
Turok: Dinosaur Hunter
Mechwarrior 2, 3, 4

Real Time Strategy
Warcraft II
Age of Empires II


Simcity 2000

Halloween Harry
Jazz Jackrabbit (play with Dosbox)
Jazz Jackrabbit 2

Point-and-click Adventure (Play with ScummVM)

Secret of Monkey Island 1, 2, and 3
Sam and Max: Hit the Road
Day of the Tentacle
Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis
The Dig
Flight of the Amazon Queen


Super Tux Kart
Assault Cube
Cube 2 Sauerbraten
0 A.D.


Max Payne (great story + gameplay)

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