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Haha ... beat me to it! ...Image to text script I assume..?Is there an Image to text script floating around that is worth a shit? someone link me.
Honestly, I only own about .01% of the roms I have. (Damn Romsets)
Do try to understand: I do my best to have legit physical copies of games but who here can say they have EVERY game that they have a ROM of? or every movie they ever wanted to see legally?
you do realized that Nintendo is worth more money than all of Sony, right? that's including all of Sony's businesses combined.Not true, according to these sources.
only buy good games, you'll be very happy with this policy. Don't by crap, doesn't matter who makes it, if it's crap.
You are saying that it would only cost you 30 bucks to make such a device, in contrast to the 60 usd price tag. However, you need to take into account the cost of each of the 30 games included, which, as much as I would like to, arent freeOh. You are talking about why Nintendo is pricing this at $60 rather than something lower? I am aware that they have to increase price for licensing, I'm just saying that as a consumer this product holds little value to those who are not collectors. I never said that it would only take 30 to make the Mini Nes, I said you could make something much better at around the same price. Which is true.
I'm talking about that 30 dollar used pc you intended to buy.
Edit: Oh you mean one of those little handheld pc's. Well, you can't just spend 30 dollars and call it a day. You got to buy a ac adapter, mouse, keyboard, controller, hdmi cord, then you gotta download and install an OS, emulators, roms. Good luck gifting that to your parents.
I can get a computer that far surpasses the system requirements for NES games at ~$30. That includes everything needed except for a monitor, which a TV can act quite well as. also controllers are only $10. that will bring you to about $50 once you include shipping.
You didnt account the price of the games, and licensing seem to be a big part of that price tag
Yeah, but then you'd have to live with the shame of still using windows xp in 2016. Thanks for the advice tho. I do want Nintendo to make more things like this. Mini SNES here I come! If anyone should be profiting off their own systems it's Nintendo.Im using windows 7, and have 0 problems. my brother uses windows 10, and has 0 problems. are there any I should know about?
Emulators require you to buy expensive equipment in most cases. Like a pc or a phone, then you gotta buy a controller. This plug in play thing only requires you have a tv, which most people already have. 60 bucks and you get 150 dollars worth of virtual console games.I can get a computer that far surpasses the system requirements for NES games at ~$30. That includes everything needed except for a monitor, which a TV can act quite well as. also controllers are only $10. that will bring you to about $50 once you include shipping.
My apologies to any translator that cringes at Romanji patches and partial translations, but no one else was doing these and they help.Partial translations are fine by me, but this is the first time I have heard of a romaji patch. What does it mean? putting romaji in the game instead of keeping the incredibly basic hiragana/katakana system in? Yeah, I guess that's weird, but this a hobby where you can do whatever the hell you want and tell everyone who is against you to suck your E-peen.
Nope. Not bewps not bewbs and not helicopters with bewbs. None of this is what I would be looking for in a ROM hack.Okay, how about this. A full translation. With bewbs.
I want users to sacrifice themselves. To give themselves utterly unto the rom hack.
Full translations. Please..
Anything less is only a "hack."
I wonder if they might take this discovery at their emulation advantage.He says in the video that he has been talking with emu developers about the whole thing. My guess would be that he contributed to that one.
I guess you get to use the classic controller....I bought a pretty solid USB NES controller for about $15. It has four buttons, but other than that I cannot tell the difference.
Plus, I don't really think I can play this much anyway since my tablet's WiFi only.Same here, my phone is wifi only. I am considering getting a new one to try the game out, but when I played Ingress I didn't have a great time.
Is the author still working on this hack?It was last updated in may of this year, and the page says he plans to continue working on the hack.
Because that's the big reason it wasn't done two years when Tomato played through the game.
So, what are the hardware requirements for the PC version ? If they're not too high I could consider getting the game.My computer is an Acer laptop made in 2011. The framerate seems to be low sometimes but due to it being a turn-based strategy rpg, I can't even tell.