It would be nice to include this palette fix for Jason as well.
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Chrono Cross. I was so excited for this game when it came out for PS that I bought it pretty much sight unseen. It was the first time I can remember thinking that Square had failed me.
Please, please, just use a disassembler and save yourself a ton of pain...
According to the readme
One recommendation by RHDN to check CRCs on Windows is to install HashTab. Then you can right-click on the file and click Properties and get the hashes on the menu.
This do not answer my question, I understand resetting the console is the only way to get out of SPC playing, but HOW is it done (in hardware). The 65816 can soft reset itself, but it also resets the SPC.
the flash cart resets it when you back out of playing the spc. Heck the newest firmware on the flashcart has in game reset using button combinations on the controller.
This is hardly believable. The only way this can be technically achieved is by cloning the SPC chip in the cartridge and use the expansion sound pin. Perhaps that's what they did.
What I was upset about was that people were editing my reviews (or changing them entirely) and leaving my name on them. I don't mind at all if someone wants to replace them.
Maybe I can go into all my reviews and replace them all with a "CHANGE ME".
I thought there was one theme Nightcrawler had sort of hijacked as a forum mods testbed. Whatever was the least popular one. Can't remember which one it was though.
Can we make an exception in my case? All my reviews are over a decade old and kind of embarrassing (as I'm sure many here would agree), and I really wouldn't have a problem with them getting replaced.
However, should Game Reviews function like Romhack Reviews where only the authors (i.e. no staff access to it like romhack reviews) can solely edit them?
I use Notepad++ which allows you to set up syntax highlighting -- but it doesn't have auto complete.
It's explicitly given by the user.
I don't need much for DP awareness. Just a way to specifiy what direct page is and have the assembler take advantage of it. Many assemblers don't even do that much -- if you want to use DP you have to actually specify the size of each individual instruction. Like in xkas, you have to use the '.b' mnemonic suffix (lda.b) or it will always use absolute mode. I didn't see anything in Asar's notes which changed that -- though maybe I missed it.
Yes. You specify a range of banks for data to be mirrored across.
Asar is interesting, but it still doesn't have the mirroring acknowledgement or the awareness to shrink to directpage when appropriate which are two things I REALLY wanted. It does have some other interesting ideas that I might steal, though