« on: December 09, 2015, 06:07:39 pm »
It's been a long while, but doesn't Breath of Fire IV do this as well? At least I recall getting to play as both the antagonist and the protagonist.
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Actually, he popped in here for one post last year. Apparently, he deleted his account aftewards.
What is so damned 'sacred' about 'preserving the original archive' if it preserves all the worst aspects of the past rather than what the FOCUS should be on (the rom hack itself). We should not be so hardcore-focused on preserving the obtuse minutae and utility-wank of the past.
RHDN needs to update their submission rules to permit 'update' hacks to be uploaded that fix issues like requiring a header or special utilities to be patched.
If we can create a version of something like FuSoYa's Super Demo World that don't require jumping through hoops and only a simple BPS patch then that is something that should be permitted rather than immediately rejected.
NES games that does most of the work in the main thread does indeed have a game loop, but the amount of time in each iteration of the loop is typically one frame, so there is not what you mentioned (a varying amount of time elapsing between them). The NES is not technologically advanced enough to make such an approach practical.
Wouldn't it be better to contact the authors of certain browsers to notify them about false positives?
Whilst that would not affect account-holders, wouldn't doing that severely limit the number of downloads off of the site?
A lot of people like ROMhacking.net being the (closest thing to a) one-stop shop for their ROM hacking needs.
Wouldn't doing what you're suggesting cause fewer people to come to the site?
But if it is causing a problem with the provider and is making ROMhacking.net's site reputation bad, then by all means, do what you must. The last thing that this site needs is a bad reputation. ROMhacking.net being a safe and trustworthy site is one of the most important things about it, I think.
Our interface could be a bit better on that one, yeah. It can be done by anybody, but, IIRC, only when submitting a hack/translation/document/utility/review for it. I'd add it myself, but I don't have anything to submit, nor do I have the keys to the database.
The ones that I enjoyed that you should check out are Lego Star Wars: The Complete Saga, Lego Indiana Jones and Lego Batman.
Incidentally, since Lunar 2 is mentioned, I'd much more highly recommend the SegaCD version over the PS1 version. The changes from SegaCD to PS1 are both less and more dramatic than with Lunar 1; where Silver Star had fairly major plot divergences and was way less grindy on PS1, Eternal Blue on PS1 is essentially the same game but with less interesting dungeons. What's more, the translation was lazy and was mostly lifted from the SegaCD version, and even references mazes and puzzles that are no longer in the game.