The patch correctly displays the "OCEAN" logo screen!Treasure of the Rudras:
As stated earlier, the battle menu still displays the increased gamma unfortunately.
I've re-uploaded and cropped the "Battle Menu" picture due to my camera adding discoloration that I didn't notice until now. Apologies for that.
Comparison pictures: Ace o Nerae!:
I created a video of the C7 error for reyvgm's list. I actually made this video a while ago, but it took me a while, to say the least, to finally edit it into something easier to look at. Exact same C7 error with vanilla and translated ROM.
Hopefully we'll be able to clarify every game that gives a C7 error.Video of C7 ErrorSuper Star Wars:
I tested the latest patch earlier, but the list still says to test the patch, so I just wanted to make sure.https://www.romhacking.net/forum/index.php?topic=25789.msg354030#msg354030As for Romancing Saga 3
, I believe its official Preset ID allows the game to work correctly (10F6). So I don't believe a patch is necessary for it. Please correct me if I am mistaken though.
And huh, that's really interesting about Mario's Super Picross! Thank you for that!
Mario's Super Picross utilizes a "psuedo-high resolution" mode. In this mode, the game is actually rendered at 512x224 resolution making for a long, distorted picture; to compensate for the distortion, the picture is then stretched vertically to emulate the standard pixel aspect ratio at 2x scale. This mode is only used for screens that use text to allow a higher level of detail to display the kana characters. The puzzles themselves and the menus are in the standard Super Famicom resolution, 256x224.
I've tried a bunch of different games with some of the "high resolution" Preset IDs, but unfortunately they have always just returned a C7 error, with the exceptions of Mario Picross, Kirby 3 (not true hi-res), and Rudra (ID does not enable hi-res). I know that some Preset IDs look for a specific ROM otherwise will just C7.
I was wondering reyvgm, do you by any chance happen to know of any games that actually work with these hi-res IDs that appear to be looking for something specific in the ROM?