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Quote from: jonboze on November 20, 2013, 09:54:06 PM
Alright, so I know I'm a bit late to the party, since this is completed and all (it rocks guys!) but I was wondering how feasible it is to insert more music into the game? I don't know a thing about coding for the NES, but I decided to start making NSFs to insert into the rom. Here's one I did for the Bombing Mission. It's quite long for an NSF, but the source material is pretty repetitive and could be trimmed to fit.

I just uh, don't know how to put them in.

Here's the NSF:
Here's an MP3:

EDIT: The above links appear to suck. Here's some that actually work.

I think there maybe space limitations. Cause I know that I know Lugia2009 and others may have more songs but they did not put them in because of space limitations. I could be wrong so don't quote me on that.
Personal Projects / Re: Final Fantasy VII NES Project
September 02, 2013, 01:53:16 PM
Quote from: Lugia2009 on September 02, 2013, 07:45:15 AM
The laptop's dead. It doesn't power on at all anymore...

I do have a dropbox account with quite a bit of things saved on it. 
I'm just going to keep the hard drive and the 2gb memory stick to use in a new laptop.

Yeah it sounds like your motherboard needs to be replaced. I have had that happen before and it was not worth it to get it replaced. Depends on how old the laptop is on if it will be worth it. But if you got a new laptop then it probably is the best solution and get your data back.
Personal Projects / Re: Final Fantasy VII NES Project
September 02, 2013, 01:29:26 AM
Quote from: Bregalad on September 01, 2013, 04:17:11 PM
If the screen is not showing anything then it's probably a problem with the screen no ?
Like the cable that connects your screen to your motherboard that is broken, or the power of the screen that doesn't work.

In any case, laptops are hard to fix for issues like this... long live desktops.

Not necessarily a problem with the screen. It could be the graphics card. I have had that happen to me before. Yeah laptops suck when something breaks.
I cannot wait till this is finished. I remember trying the translated version a while ago and the music turned me off. I felt like I was not playing a Final Fantasy game.
Quote from: RetasuNeko on May 05, 2012, 11:51:14 PM
Okay, so can someone help me out? I managed to obtain SW for PC and it installed okay but it keeps crashing when I try to run it. I can mess with the settings and it will play the opening video, as well as the one it plays when it first starts the game, but if I try to click anything or press anything when the start-of-game video plays it will freeze--then it freezes when the start-of-game video is over...

If the compatibility thing did not work, you might want to try downloading a codec pack. A few times games are trying to play certain movies and if you cannot play them the game won't work after that point. Are the colors ok? If they are inverted you need to disable direct draw if possible.
Quote from: BRPXQZME on May 04, 2012, 06:21:50 PM
Try reading the thread from the beginning.


Now for those that have played the Sega Saturn and Dreamcast versions, how do they compare? Is there any extras in this version or is everything the same?
Is this the very first game in the series? I really hope so because I want to play them from the beginning.
News Submissions / Re: Translations: Akira!
May 02, 2012, 03:33:02 AM
Is this game any good? I remember trying the Japanese version a little while back and kept dying all the time. Just wondering if it is worth a play through.
Edited sorry my mistake.
Not the title screen. The opening anime sequence.

That is the English opening and the sound is changed a bit for the music.
I am not sure why they had to do this. It just sounds really bad imo.

Here is the Japanese opening. Skip to close to 2:40 and you will hear the music in the opening.

I realize a lot of good ones came over but some of the translations are not really as good as they should be imo. I was playing popful mail and noticed they changed names and some other things when I started playing the Japanese version. Even the opening sequence music did not sound the same. Now is the PCE-CD ultra difficult to work with?
How difficult is it to translate games on the Mega/Sega CD? I notice that not many people work with this system. Is it that much harder to work with than let's say the Playstation?