You may consider making the smaller letters of "astlevania" thicker/bolder.
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But on topic, I also thing your title screen looks a lot better than the new official one--I think the font design you use stays a lot truer to the original, and just plain looks better as a total product.Thanks, that is exactly what I was trying to achieve .
I don't think FlashPV is making any further changes. He sent me the layered graphics a few days ago. You're probably stuck with it the way it is.
As far as I know, there's no Android emulators capable of running this game (No free ones anyway.)retroarch has several nes emulators... Do none of them work?
Hey, wait a minute. Why not just make the new title screen part of the new intro patch? I mean if people are such purists as to not want a new title screen they probably won't want the intro either.
...do you have any suggestions for names that would both keep the internal soundalike consistency and not sound rude? :pThat is tough . Maybe you can replace "kun" with "er", to keep consistency among the names (Ex: Rocker, Blocker, Macker, Hacker and Potter). Hacker and Potter are real surnames in English... and Potter from "Its A Wonderful Life" was a mighty shifty guy too
...keeping them ending with "kkun" keeps an internal consistency with the game's title and establishes an overall convention with all the other names.You can replace "kun" with "y", to keep consistency among the names (Ex: Rocky, Blocky, Macky, and Potty). The game is not fully translated with the honorifics still "untranslated" (Unfortunately there is no direct English equivalent)... It just doesn't look fully translated IMO, so I would have to agree with the others .
Can some good soul explain me, in more mundane terms, why BPS is superior to IPS? Thanks in advance.
I have problems with the .bps format. The "BEAT" patching tool just crashes with my PC when I open it, and I can't find another tool for .bps patching.
If you do submit them yourself use xdelta for your patch cause Sonic hackers shift data and that leaves IPS patches with portions of or all of the ROM in them.
If it really bothers you still then add a crc field to the patch submission forms and reject submissions that leave it blank. Also go back and find the CRC for all 62 Genesis hacks that have been submitted so far so all pages will be uniform. Or find a way to contact the original authors and have them do it for you. Don't forget the translations however many there are. Don't impose CRC requirements on one person.
Let's say I have a hack which works on the Japanese and English versions of a particular game. IPS supports this just fine (for older games). Can BPS?
Pro salesmen tip: Calling your customers stupid and backwards will certainly help sales.
IPS, not ISP
Here's the problem with these new formats:
They suck at the same things IPS sucks at, for no good reason.
Any proper replacement needs to:
- Support multiple ROMs without requiring multiple patches.
Part of the BPS spec, it is blind to file type.I misunderstood, the point. You can simply just not use the file verification option and your BPS patch will work fine on multiple ROMS.
Part of the BPS spec, there are no file size limits (Unlike IPS), meaning large files ARE supported
- Support a range of game sizes, from 16k NES ROMs to multi-gigabyte PS3 titles.
Simplicity is part of the BPS design goal
- Require little to no effort for end-users to use.
BPS was designed so this could be done.
- Provide for soft-patching, at least on older/smaller games.
BPS allows for extremely small sized patches (especially when compared to IPS) and has been demonstrated to be capable of beating xdelta patches
- Produce reasonable patch sizes for most cases.
|Reference Encoder speed||Slow on small and large files||Fast on common file sizes, slow on large files.|
|Reference Encoder quality||Horrible. Loses in image quality to encoders for other formats and is not user friendly.||Excellent. Beats ISP files in size and can even beat xdelta on several files. It is simple to use and has a help menu.|
|Specification||Complex.(when compared to ALL its competitors)||Simple. (When compared to xdelta)|
|licensing||Fee must be paid.||Free.|