« on: October 26, 2014, 04:57:58 pm »
I just bump to say that the patch "with orchestra" should now be fixed and working.
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Just to be sure, a NES modded with the famicom expansion audio, will be able to play the enhanced music?Of course, but I don't know if the Power Pak or the Super Ever Drive supports this mapper (VRC7) with its expansion sound.
WHAT ? 10 YEARS AND NOT EVEN A VWF ?On the NES/FC a VWF is extremely hard to do because
I always love it when developers push NES' capabilities to the limit on their games, but... if only it wasn't an RPG... I swear, I have no patience for them. I might give it a try for the soundtrack alone, really.Why not just listen the NSF then ?
rom 1 is Original ROMThis is very dumb, as the ips patch will contain most of the ROM's data. Unless everything was kept at the exact same adress in ROM which I seriously doubt.
rom 2 is Modified/Translated ROM
And you have your ips file.
So what? that actually would be nice, have you seen the 8-bit versions of Megaman 7 and Megaman 8? really cool shit, but even if CAPCOM takes these ROMS and puts them on the Virtual console or makes and sells collectable NES cartdridges, the authors would get no money from it...Actually it's not ROMs but PC programs, that were designed to look/play similar to NES. And I agree they're very cool. Since the original Mega Man 7/8 were made by Capcom it makes perfect sense to me that Capcom are the owner of this, even if they didn't ask anyone to do it.
sad but trueI don't think this is sad, but plain logical.