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Power Up with Mega Man Star Force DX!

10 June 2021 9:20AM EST - Update by Prof. 9

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The oft-overlooked, yet beloved cult classic Mega Man RPG series, Mega Man Star Force, has received an expansive mod for the first game. Mega Man Star Force DX aims to completely revamp and modernize the original, by bringing over many features and improvements from the sequels.

New gameplay elements and mechanics have been added, as well as an expanded postgame, restored Japan-exclusive and unused content, and a wide range of QoL improvements. Every aspect of the game has been touched up in some way!

Some of the highlights among the vast list of changes:

  • The font has been updated to that of MMSF2/MMSF3, greatly improving the story presentation.
  • Gameplay features which were exclusive to the Wave Scanner peripheral have been seamlessly integrated into the base game, in the form of Star Cards and Power Up data.
  • A new Legend Mode difficulty has been added, providing a sizable challenge to even seasoned players.
  • The touch screen is no longer mandatory; all touch inputs and minigames can now also be done with button controls.
  • The Lunar Knights crossover, which was cut from the international releases, has been fully restored in a single player context.
  • All version-exclusive content can now be experienced in a single game: including Star Force transformations, Giga Class Battle Cards and Satellite admin bosses.

But this is only the tip of the iceberg - head over to the project page and check it out for yourself!

Upgrade Your PSX Double Z Mod Experience with the Japanese Version!

09 June 2021 5:06PM EST - Update by eskayelle

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The American version of NBA Jam T.E. being one of the first PSX release discs in the States, some AI fixes were implemented in the Japanese rom that was issued close to a year later. This Double Z Mod takes advantage of those AI edits and moves over eskayelle / Double Z’s previous mods to the Japanese game.

Given the above, you’ll still have the following features…

  • Battle from worst to first in campaign mode, with standings loosely based on the 1992-93 NBA season.
  • Players like Shaq, Jordan, Magic and Barkley have been restored!
  • Secret players like Sub-Zero, Reptile, Scorpion, and Bart Simpson, are all accessible. Even Smoke and Noob Saibot are in this game!!!
  • Wanna play as Chris Webber? Hakeem Olajuwon? Scottie Pippen? Just like the arcade version, several 90s superstars are available both on teams and as secret players.
  • Detroit Bad Boys Laimbeer, Thomas, and Rodman are all available as secret players.
  • The 72-10 Chicago Bulls are here! Jam with Jordan, Pippen, Rodman, Kukoc and… Longley…
  • Think the AI still plays a bit too rough? Why not fight back with a super cheat. Use the code Right, Right, Left, Right, X, X, Right at the Tonight’s Match-Up screen to achieve true Maximum Offense and Defense. Fight back with everything but fire!
  • The Rookies have been rebalanced with more Eddie Jones and Tony Dumas. Plus, Brooks Thompson has been restored.
  • What other Superstars do you need when you have the Dream Team??? Beat the game in campaign mode to access the 1992 Olympic gold medalists.
  • Not a fan of the watered down house rock? Enjoy some ‘80s and ‘90s jams as well as some classic 16-bit Jam tunes instead.
  • A quick palette fix adjusts the attribute colors on the player select screen.

Also, beyond the original programming setting apart the American and Japanese roms, this mod boasts two different 90s tracks for the in-game music, plus a few different Dream Team roster combos, as well as an Astroblast-style stats font.

Interested in this version of the Double Z Mod, exclusively for the Japanese rom? Download the patch via retrohoops.net!

Zelda Kong V-VIII

07 June 2021 8:24AM EST - Update by Zero Meaning

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Zero Meaning continues celebrating the anniversaries of Donkey Kong (40) and The Legend of Zelda (35) with Zelda Kong V-VIII. This second four-part series of hacks morphs the ape’s arcade classic into even more Hyrulean adventures mostly focussing on Zelda 2.

Play as an Armos Statue (vs Aquamentus), Zelda 2’s Link (vs Thunderbird), the fabled Triforce Keeper (vs Dark Link), and an innocent village Child (vs a Giant Bubble). All enemies, graphics, and palettes are unique to each hack. Choose your character, save your friend, and stop the forces of evil!

These hacks exist for both:

A video longplay without commentary can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eC6pBW79NHc

If you enjoyed these hacks, please look forward to more soon!

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New voice hack Dragon Ball Z: Buyuu Retsuden

03 June 2021 6:00PM EST - Update by Kanon

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Dragon Ball Z: Buyuu Retsuden is the first and only (official) game from the Dragon Ball franchise made for the Mega Drive. As such, compared to its SNES cousins, it has a lot of exclusives (Krilin!) but lacked some content as well.

One of the divisive aspects is the character voices. It had less voices than the Super Butoden entries (3 per character), and while some are very exciting choices, at the same time most are not specific to the fighters actions, but`phrases like “Die!”, “Take this!”, etc.

This new hack for Dragon Ball Z: Buyuu Retsuden by KanonZombie aims to improve some of the choices made for the voices of the special attacks.

  • Gohan now says “Masenkō” when doing his signature move, instead of “Ha”, in consequence, now says “Ha” when doing a Kame Hame Ha.
  • Piccolo now says “Makankōsappō” for Makankōsappō, and “Ha” for Gekiretsu Kodan, his other super attack.
  • Vegeta now screams “Final Flash” for Final Flash, and “Ha” for Big Bang Attack.
  • Trunks now says “Finish Buster” for Finish Buster, and “Ha” for Burning Attack.
  • Cell now instead of some weird grunt in the original, now says “Kame Hame Ha“, and “Ha” for his Makankōsappō

Reportedly, limitations in the game engine (not ROM space) only allows for 3 voices per character, hence the need to change some voices to the generic “Ha!” instead of more specific phrases for the other attacks. But the author of the patch is working on that, so stay tuned for more in the future!

Download the patch HERE and check the new voices!

A short video with the changes can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GuZT5uRM6r4

Super Robot Wars GC English Translation Released

03 June 2021 10:21AM EST - Update by Arc_Impulse

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After nearly 8 years in the works, the team behind it is happy to present a full English translation of Super Robot Wars GC for the Nintendo GameCube.

Started in 2013 from a conversation on which robot to pick for the story, some users on 4chan’s /m/ imageboard banded together in order to hack and translate the game once the discussion began to lean in that direction. Originally opting to use a feature in Dolphin which allowed for images to be replaced as the basis for the patch, they later switched to a standard translation further down the line after collaboration with other fans in related projects. While activity slowed down for a while, the project came back in full force as of the end of 2018 and since then has been completed and polished, ready for play!

The characters, units, and setting of this game were later adapted for use in the “Original Generation” subseries in Super Robot Wars OG: The Moon Dwellers, and players can now experience the original story in which they appeared! Featuring a cast made up of robots from Earth and afar, this entry in the series departs from the norm in terms of both mechanics and presentation, but still offers the same mecha crossover experience that fans enjoy.

You can visit the project page for a download link, and the teams hopes that you’ll enjoy this translation!

New Hacks Added to the Database

02 June 2021 8:12PM EST - Update by RHDNBot

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New Utilities Added to the Database

02 June 2021 8:12PM EST - Update by RHDNBot

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New Translations Added to the Database

02 June 2021 8:12PM EST - Update by RHDNBot

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Toki Enhanced Arcade

30 May 2021 7:37PM EST - Update by sebastianangel

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This patch improves many more color palettes in this game to make it friendlier with arcade machines in this version 1.3, changing the sprite of the protagonist and improving the animations similar to the arcade version and improving all the backgrounds and sprites of the game!

Create Your Own 32-bit NBA Jammer!

30 May 2021 11:13AM EST - Update by eskayelle

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Looking to insert yourself or your favorite player into NBA Jam T.E. for PlayStation? Look no further! Thanks to heavy research by Mattrizzle, plus contributions by Double Z and resurrecta, you can!

Armed with this document, you can modify…

  • Portraits
  • Stats
  • Logos
  • Uniform colors
  • Head graphics
  • Secret character codes
  • Campaign mode team order
  • Certain sound clips
  • And more!!!

Ready to create your favorite characters in all their 32-bit glory? Grab the Beginner’s Guide… and start your journey today!

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