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ROM Hacking Discussion / Re: What are you looking for in a ROM hack?
« on: June 18, 2016, 05:47:50 pm »
He stopped by our forums a few weeks ago and showed us his latest progress. It's supposed to be out before the end of the year.
Dude, who are you? That website is amazing! http://www.baddesthacks.net/ I know your name your like legendary in the community or something. It's like I know you but I don't know you.

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I recently picked up Rage for the PS3 and there are various fetch quests and little shooting.

I am mostly looking for shooters where all you really do is shoot enemies and possibly find keys and stuff.   I also like when they plop you into the world with very little story (I don't care about the story when I play shooters, I just wanna shoot stuff)   Essentially I just want to play games like Doom and Quake.  What are some more games like that?  I am aware of the Serious Sam series, that seems to be what I may be looking for possibly.  What else?

Thanks!
Okay this is totally surreal for me right now because I was totally going to suggest the Serious Sam series of games to you before I read the second half of your post where you say you're aware of the Serious Sam series.

Serious Sam is a great shooter! Don't even think about trying it on Hard = you will not win.

If you like Serious Sam you might try Serious Sam 3. I downloaded that several months ago and it is a very good game as well and it's true to the original. A genuine threequel.

So what games are you looking for? FPS shooters?

Maybe try Homefront and Homefront 2 is supposed to be coming out soon I believe.

June 18, 2016, 05:00:08 pm - (Auto Merged - Double Posts are not allowed before 7 days.)
I recently picked up Rage for the PS3 and there are various fetch quests and little shooting.

I am mostly looking for shooters where all you really do is shoot enemies and possibly find keys and stuff.   I also like when they plop you into the world with very little story (I don't care about the story when I play shooters, I just wanna shoot stuff)   Essentially I just want to play games like Doom and Quake.  What are some more games like that?  I am aware of the Serious Sam series, that seems to be what I may be looking for possibly.  What else?

Thanks!
Oh you want to play games like Doom and Quake? Okay I gotchu. Download this multiplayer game off Steam it's called Nexuiz. It's like a synergy of all those old arena games.

And while we're on the topic I have a collection of Unreal Tournament ('99) mods that you should be paying me money for. This mod/map collection is totally nonexistent online nowadays - it comes from the good old days when multiplayer FPS gaming was still a baby.

June 18, 2016, 05:12:23 pm - (Auto Merged - Double Posts are not allowed before 7 days.)
hexen, heretic
I downloaded and played both of those back in the day but didn't save them. That was the beginning of FPS gaming!

Actually FPS games have been in existence since the early 90s when consumer computers couldn't even run them properly. I remember playing the game Marathon on an Apple IIci in about 1992. That game was remade into an Unreal Tournament 99 mod.

You look up Marathon PC game on the internet and Google says it was released in 1994. The internet is a retard. I played Marathon on Apple Macintosh in 1992.

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ROM Hacking Discussion / Re: What are you looking for in a ROM hack?
« on: June 18, 2016, 04:46:42 pm »
What's a undub?

Does it make a game stop talking to you?

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ROM Hacking Discussion / Re: What are you looking for in a ROM hack?
« on: June 17, 2016, 11:45:08 pm »
Just curious what people on this forum are looking for in a hack, and what they are not looking for.

I prefer hacks that mainly is an improvement to a flawed game, or makes a good game even better.


I'm not too found of hacks that is frustratingly hard since i don't use savestates. Or graphical hacks that are more a mockery of the game.
OK to answer your question I'm looking for total converstions. Or the next best thing to total converstions.

Since there aren't many actual total conversions I'm looking for hack games that took a lot of time and effort, are balanced, and that give the player a whole new gaming experience.

Think uhh . . Metroid Origin. Now that's a good game hack. It's like the original but totally different map. Since these types of total converstions are relatively rare, I'm willing to settle for hack games like Metroid X which is very similar to the original but relatively altered.

With the hacking utilities available nowadays there should be much more interest in the rom hacking community in my estimation. People now have the freedom to make their own unique gaming product but the ones taking the initiative to do this are too few and far between IMHO.

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Gaming Discussion / Re: Impossible gaming memories.
« on: June 17, 2016, 09:43:04 pm »
Does anyone have a memory related to gaming that you know could not happen?

For example, I vividly remember playing Final Fight on the SNES when I was younger with my older brother. However, I remember playing 2-player, which we all know was not a feature on the SNES version of Final Fight. My only two explanations to this are that I was playing a different version of final fight, or that somehow I was transported to an alternate dimension where the only difference is that the SNES version of Final Fight is single player only. Your thoughts?

OK so here's what I was talkin'bout. I was gonna make my own thread but you posted this one so it's kindof like serendipity or whatever.

About 15 years ago when I downloaded my collection of emulators and roms about 2001 & 2002. I have a NES rom game that I downloaded and I don't know where it came from. Best I can remember it would have come as a rom packaged with an emulator I downloaded sometime around that time. (Don't remember what emulator but it may have been FCEU or something. Not sure.)

The NES rom is Time Diver Avenger. Apparently it's an EON Man hack that may only alter the title screen of EON Man and nothing else.

Here's the thing. This is the false memory or fake reality whatever you want to call it.

I remember before trying this game and it being a totally unique and awesome angular scroller in the fashion of the game ZEN Intergalictic Ninja except with different colors at the beginning. It didn't have dark tiles in the first level there were brighter colors in the first level kind of like you would think it would have had to have been a hack rom of ZEN Intergalactic Ninja except it was Time Diver AVENGER - a hack of EON Man.

But now when I play the game Time Diver Avenger it just seems to play the game EON Man with a custom title screen that says Time Diver Avenger.

I THOUGHT that Time Diver Avenger was a totally unique hack game that I happened to have downloaded by accident many years ago but now the game I remember is disappeared from reality. It was supposed to be a game that looks and plays like ZEN Intergalactic Ninja but with different brighter colors in the first level. Now that doesn't exist and I'm pretty much totally confused over it.

I was going to make a hardware version of that game and it was going to be a game that nobody's ever seen before and can't even be found online.

Now it's gone.

bummer.

 :'(

June 21, 2016, 04:08:28 am - (Auto Merged - Double Posts are not allowed before 7 days.)
The best I can tell I was just wrong. The game was Zen Intergalactic Ninja and it came in a 4in1 rom that came with a NES emulator I downloaded one time. For some reason I was confused and thought that game was supposed to be what I was playing when I played Time Diver Avenger. :-\

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Gaming Discussion / Re: Impossible gaming memories.
« on: June 17, 2016, 02:19:42 am »
that's totally a conspiracy against American video game players. Like AVGN should have put that in his video about that game. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B0iwC58K6t0

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Gaming Discussion / Re: Impossible gaming memories.
« on: June 16, 2016, 05:47:43 pm »
Does anyone have a memory related to gaming that you know could not happen?

For example, I vividly remember playing Final Fight on the SNES when I was younger with my older brother. However, I remember playing 2-player, which we all know was not a feature on the SNES version of Final Fight. My only two explanations to this are that I was playing a different version of final fight, or that somehow I was transported to an alternate dimension where the only difference is that the SNES version of Final Fight is single player only. Your thoughts?
Oh dayang. Now we're gonna start talking about this thing.

Yes I know that people have said stuff about this they remember games being different in different levels or even having played video games that they can't find evidence of ever having existed now. Different claims, different platforms - PS1. I've heard Super Mario 64 be mentioned in a couple of different contexts. They remember levels that don't exist now and stuff like that.

I've never experienced it.

Well . . I have experienced something that I was thinking about posting here but I don't want to get into that right now. It's probably not what you're talking about anyway.

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ROM Hacking Discussion / Re: Are there any Namco-163 hacks out there?
« on: June 16, 2016, 02:49:49 am »
ok umm whatever it is you wizard people are doing . . it's pretty cool!  :o

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Newcomer's Board / Re: Introduction Topic
« on: June 15, 2016, 06:43:19 pm »
Hi welcome to the forum. Hope you can find everything you're looking for.

Also, I've advanced to Junior member, yay!  :happy:

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Gaming Discussion / Re: How to do Final Fantasy Epica NES hack
« on: June 12, 2016, 11:37:45 pm »
Hm okay that must be it I'll try it thanks! Nice map too lol

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Gaming Discussion / How to do Final Fantasy Epica NES hack
« on: June 11, 2016, 08:03:47 pm »
Halp. Can't play hack game Final Fantasy Epica. FF Epica v1.9a

How do you finish after the 1st dungeon. I've aquired the 'STOLEN CROWN' and defeated the castle guy. And I've aquired 'MATOYAS GLASSES' (somehow - apparently it's automatic after you aquire the CROWN) so how do you get to Matoya's cave and revrieve the HERB to revive the Elvin king or whatever you're supposed to do next?

Lvl. 10 FF Epica cannot go to Matoya's cave it's blocked by a mountain on land route and cannot sail boat outside of elf earthquake cave - cannot get out to other town to retrieve canoe. Don't know what to do.

Halp!

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Gaming Discussion / Re: Obscure FF3 NES questions
« on: June 09, 2016, 08:40:20 pm »
I wish I could have an NTSC version of this game for play on my hardware. I really don't want to do whatever bullcrap you have to do to make a repro of it and I DON'T want to buy one either.

I'll probably end up buying it but the prices are too damned high for this.

ARRRGHH.

/rant off

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WOOOW. Holy fricking shipploads. This looks totally amazing!!

Can I make one suggestion please? It looks like you have changed the Samus character graphics sprites. This is fine but in my personal experience with another Metroid hack called Metroid Origin (one of the best Metroid hacks ever made), they had changed the jumping/spinning mechanics of the Samus graphics sprites and it looked terrible every time Samus jumped and spinned in my opinion.

The original fast vanilla spinning is way better than the custom Origin graphics in my opinion and so I do make a point to play Origin without any of the custom Samus graphics solely to avoid the bad jump/spin graphics. I think the original Samus sprites are just fine and I absolutely want to avoid any bad spinning sprite graphics that make the character look like Samus is inside of a spin dryer .  :laugh:

So have you edited the jump/spin graphics as well?

If you have I would suggest to leave the Samus sprites as they are in vanilla Metroid and please don't do anything like the Metroid Origin hack authors have done with the jump/spin graphics because that looks terrible.

Thanks for your consideration!

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Ninja Gaiden III is generally regarded as one of the hardest games on NES. It pissed me off as a kid but I did beat it. The last boss is hard - you screwed if you die once.

- Golgo 13:  Top Secret Episode

Golgo 13 wasn't that hard I beat it when I was about 11 or 12. I remember it being annoying at the end because you actually have to find the secret base and there's a fake one or whatever but the end sequence was fairly straight forward just shoot everything  :laugh:

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Yea it looks pretty good. I'm not a Mega Man fan but this looks great.

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Ohh I see, thanks!

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Hm okay I hope somebody makes a manual into English because I can't figure out how to play and the game looks pretty neat! it's a 8-bit 3D first person game kinda weird but unique!

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so any updates on this? were people going to make manuals for it or something? was it a translation of the manual into English?

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ROM Hacking Discussion / Re: ARETHA....... II . Im Scared
« on: May 29, 2016, 03:48:26 pm »
Oh. I thought you meant they make bad games. It's too awesome? What is this sorcery you speak?

So you want to play English versions of the awesome Japanese exclusive games, right?

Let me just get on the same page so we can all have compatibility.

 :D

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Personal Projects / Re: Maps for Shin Zelda Densetsu 3.1
« on: May 29, 2016, 02:30:58 pm »
It looks wonderful. I've actually never played this. I never been a big Zelda fan I think I may have tried it once a long long time ago.

Maybe I'll take your advice and try it out sometime.

Also "Vote against Bush 2004" LMAO but seriously they could have thought of something better than that.  :-\

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