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Personal Projects / Re: Opera of the Red Moon (my Castlevania game)
« on: September 19, 2010, 09:21:47 pm »
whoa, I didn't even know those were available for non-developers (or at least non-official), except (maybe) those who had one of those black playstations supposedly meant for allowing users to make games (which name I can't remember). I guess it's not that surprising since the PSOne has been dead since... ok, now I feel old :P

What you're referring to is the Net Yaroze, which had an entirely different SDK. The "official" SDK is floating around on the internet, and while you're unlikely to ever find any of the hardware components, debugging stations (basically region-free PS1 consoles that can run CD-Rs and the like) tend to pop up on eBay from time to time.

Personal Projects / Re: The Console Tool (by Low Lines)
« on: April 05, 2010, 07:14:03 pm »
Can't wait to see what the final version will be like  :thumbsup:

How does this game compare other PS1 flight sims? I thought I had played all the other flight sims on PS1, but this title seems to have escaped me because it was Japan and Europe only, I think.

It's pretty arcade-ish compared to Ace Combat and has "low budget" stamped over it, but it has some depth to it, like in the tournament mode where you can purchase and upgrade planes (of which there are plenty, all real-life), as well as hire new pilots, for instance. And if nothing else, the translated text is kind of funny (Team E. Map, anyone?). I'd definitely give it a go, but you'll want to at least try the Japanese version as well so you know what you're missing.

There's this obscure PSX flight sim called Wing Over that was localised with "improved" dialogue and names and a "better" title screen background, and was "purified" of the scenario mode. They even swapped your starting plane with that of another pilot because it was Japanese. It's a shame, because the game is actually pretty interesting (though the AI is fairly basic).

Programming / Re: armips assembler (v0.5b released!)
« on: September 08, 2009, 10:05:36 pm »

About time someone did a TP of this game :beer:

I actually considered hacking the game myself, but thanks to schoolwork and other projects I only got as far as taking a peek inside, so I wouldn't really be of much help. So instead, here's a little encouragement for you guys:

Personal Projects / Re: Video demo of my untitled platform homebrew game
« on: February 09, 2009, 05:42:05 am »
Holy crap, that's sexy. Are you sure this is homebrew and not a commercial app? :thumbsup:

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