« on: July 27, 2016, 04:26:43 pm »
You patched it all wrong. ALL NES ROMs are headered, and should start with "4E 45 53 1A".
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It's simple, NES can't handle the running speed. You ever try using the run fast code in Super Mario Bros? NES can't handle those speeds.I'm sorry about what I'm going to say, but let what has to be said be said. This is just complete bullshit and you have so much no idea what you're talking about.
Rejecting a hack like "Fucker's Quest", but allowing hacks that virtually do nothing but change an arrow cursor to a finger is hypocritical.Wow, I wouldn't have ever tought my little hack was subject to so much hate.
Which is another weird and insignificant oddity.Both Ralph and Trevor are fairly normal surname in German language, I guess.
Anyway I don't particularly have any advice that would work with your level of paranoia, I don't have an account there for similar reasons but hey.So they want to secure the account as if it was access to my bank account, (even though it's just accessextra functionality in google/youtube), and then I'm the paranoid one ?
Well..I definitely doubt it was done manually, considering how time consuming that would be.By "manually", you mean by punching .DB statements in assembly files ?
Once you are able to login to stack exchange ... try switching to a different email provider that isn't big-brother-like...I never used any gmail account and probably would never want to. That's why these extreme security measures are pathetic, what could someone do if they "pirate" my google account ? They could do google searches and watch youtube videos in my name, whoo, how horrific. They could even ask, answer or comment questions on stackexchange in my name, which would certainly be problematic but not catastrophic. Such drastic security measures are certainly not needed, and are a major annoyance. How can they even know that I log in from Windows/Linux on different places ? This is not their buisness.
Is the palette stored in hex in any of the supporting files for Nesticle? If so, it could be edited manually.It really depends on each person's experience. Personally I spend just as much if not more time playing games on Nesticle on my 486 PC as I didn't have a real NES yet. I am aware most people have a different life experience.
"Not all Muslims are like that"Actually, I think the Islamic states and islamic terrorist are much more analogious to soviets/bolsheviks than to nazis. They have their rogue state (IS : UUSR) their civil war (syrian/iraq war : red/white civil war in Russia), do terrorist acts in western europe by manipulated people with failed lives (islamists terrorists : communists/bolsheviks) and are financed by foreign powers (saudi arabia and turkey : germany)
Again, that's like saying "Not all Nazis are like that".
Ludwig Van Beethoven didn't play rock and roll.Rock & Roll stopped being a rebel music genre long ago, probably in the early to mid 70s, where it became mainstream. Today it's probably even more mainstream than Bethoven (or anything that came before).
On the other hand, I can't believe people are being duped into buying this stuff.+1
Honestly, how is this any different from playing NEStopia (with an extremely limited game selection and no hacks) on a big screen? I guess you get to use the classic controller....
I don't know why Square would go and put in PS1 music when they can just throw in the SNES tracks lol.For a lot of reasons. 1st, the SNES tracks are stored as AKAO bytecode that is very obscure and low-level format. Also it was developed by Square proper.
but wasn't Square's SPC emulation on the PS1 on par with ZSNES 0.9xx or whatever (extremely terrible. I mean, seriously like some of the SAME deficiencies?)First, as I said, none of the PS1 ports were ever developped by Square, but by TOSE. They definitely didn't emulate the SPC or not even the S-DSP (the part of the SPC700 which actually produces sound), there's no need to do that - just using the same sound samples is enough to get a similar sounding result.
I don't see lots of reasons why what would work for translations from other languages shouldn't work for Japanese. You don't see much people saying Sultan instead of Emperor, Vizir instead of Prime Minister, Khan instead of Commander, is unacceptable in translations and only the (ironically) literal translation of the title/honorific is acceptable. As long as it's done in moderation and where it's appropriate to do so (and not stuff like Elizabeth-sama in something about England) it shouldn't cause allergic reactions, the way Japanese characters in the backgrounds do for 4Kids.Chrono Trigger does not take place in japan but in a fantasy world, so your argument falls apart.
That game's whole setting and story got changed and not for the better,Who even cares of the story for a game like Contra, seriously ? Are you seriously telling me you'll be playing a game of this genre for its story ?
That game was even more censored than what NoA's censors mandated,The north American release of Contra wasn't any tiny bit censored, unless I'm mistaken.
Castlevania games and countless Amiga games with copious amounts of gore and dismembermenCastlevania games do not display violence against humans being but against mostly undead monsters, and the european version just copied the American censorship where applicable. Germany probably relaxed their laws eventually.
I don't think it's very rewarding to play a game with missing text or cutscenes supposed to reward the playeThere is no missing text or cutscenes, in the original Contra there is almost zero text and custcenes exept the "game over" title.
The second one of course was - how the heck can we get mankind back onto a more peaceful track?We need yet another world war with all the atrocities, then everyone feels "oh it was SOOOO awful, NEVER AGAIN", and the cycle repeats again and again.