Is this more rare than the deprecated wi and we characters ?
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In theory, you can use an ancient Flash2Advance cart (the ones that ran off a parallel port) and something called a "GB Bridge". I've also heard suggestions that you can force GB/GBC mode just by sticking a piece of paper on the right pin in the cartridge port.I have exactly the flashcard you're talking about and this does NOT work (I tried). I'm also glad it didn't destroy the flashcart, considering the GBA becomes 5V when you force it in to GBC mode while the flashcard has been designed to be powered by 3V.
Given the choice of buying a game or waiting two to three months for a pirated version, a lot of pirates are going to start buying games. Or at least they'll buy their favorite ones.That's where they are clearly wrong.
But even when it's well done, I'm not saying grinding should be added artificially. Required grinding usually turns the game tedious no matter what. The best compromise are RPGs with gameplay based battles, as opposed to purely stats/chance driven menu battles. If you are really good, you can pass with almost no grinding at all. If you suck, you need to grind to get by. Most players would be mid range, with only a small amount of grinding required, but even then they are motivated by trying to get better in the battle system.I agree completely with this.
I've seen some similar things before, but never on such a magnificent scale. I can only imagine it's the product of a macro or tool, though, and going back and making code prettier doesn't pay the bills, so that's what we get.Making the game fit into a ROM which is one power of two smaller WOULD have saved costs. Now if you are anywhere remote form 2 power of two values for your ROM, wasting or preserving it will have not much effect.
One person out of an installed hardware base of 153 million units.... nope. Don't see how that disproves what they said about that in any way, sorry.This wasn't supposed to disprove anything.
show that only 5% percent of people play old games on new hardware.It's fun because I use my DS almost exclusively to play GBA games (with the advantage of a better LCD), and I also use my PS2 half of the time for PS1 games (there is no real advantage over a PS1 though).
I can't even change the year 2012 into 2013, because there's no room for the glyph of "3" in the VROM bank :-)Oh I had a similar problem with Dragon Skill's title screen (my NES homebrew project).
Normally I tend not to leave things that would normally go unsaid said but I will here: for all that I said above I have zero patience for anybody that says "but we already have a translation in English so why do I need one for ?".I do not understand your english here...