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News Submissions / Re: ROM Hacks: New Hacks Added to the Database
« on: February 04, 2014, 03:13:32 pm »
I almost want to return to my own MMX hack, but it's mostly a sprite hack for Megaman, and I want to change the dialog in the game. Also, unsure how to obtain Megaman's sprites.

February 04, 2014, 06:20:48 pm - (Auto Merged - Double Posts are not allowed before 7 days.)
Also, Luckyman 6 has an 8-Bit remix of Everlong by Foo Fighters. Kind of worth checking out.

News Submissions / Re: ROM Hacks: New Hacks Added to the Database
« on: January 25, 2014, 10:12:28 pm »
I've always kind of wondered one thing in Unprecedented. What is the Japanese Stage (Quick Man's Stage) theme? It starts out exactly like Magna Centipede's theme, but then turns into something else. Is it supposed to be a remix of Magna Centipede's theme? ...Also, Spoo makes a cameo in the game. :D

My case has nothing to do with the "base". I've just had tons upon tons of shitty experiences with the PEOPLE (not the material, the fans) of the fandom over the years, and especially how overfanatic they can be. While they're crying because they can't get x merchandise item, I'm worried about the financial status of my family, and whether we can pay all our bills or not.

Oh, and not to mention that it has false advertising. "Love and Tolerate" oh please. In reality it's more like "Not giving a fuck about anyone else, and covering the shit in a marzipan coat.

I'm done because the benefits (next to none) outweigh the drawbacks for me. That's all.

That sounds like it has EVERYTHING to do with the fanbase.

Personally, I never let fans ruin a series I like. The only time a fanbase makes me loathe a series is when I already dislike the series. And as far as "love and tolerate" go, IMHO, the haters can be every bit as bad, even worse than the fans of a series. And a lot of times, people hate something cause they think it's cool. Plus, too many fan bases to count are just as bad. "What!? You said something bad about... MARIO!?! But Mario is flawless in every way! FUCK YOU! YOU'RE NOT ALLOWED TO HATE MARIO!!!" I get that WAY too often when I talk about Mario.

Like I said, people only notice the fan base when talking animals are involved. Otherwise, it gets a pass.

The difference is toxicity of fandoms rather than "if it has animals in it".

Fandoms of games and series with only human good guys in them can be just as bad. I've been yelled at and insulted thousands of times for saying I don't like Earthbound or Mario or, actually, quite a lot of franchises. Not to mention franchises with a "Humans VS Animals" motif to them. People only notice how "awful" a fandom is if the franchise involves animals.

No offense, but I'm honestly kind of sick of seeing people "leaving fandoms and wanting nothing to do with a series" type stuff. What exactly ruins certain series for people? And for the love of Pete, why does it ONLY happen to series staring non-human characters? I never see people leaving the Mario fandom or the Earthbound fandom or the Resident Evil fandom or anything with an entirely (or almost entirely) human good guy roster, but I see people leaving Sonic, My Little Pony, and basically anything and everything involving talking animals all the time. I mean, I cannot be the only person who notices this trend that it can only be "Overrated" if it has talking, friendly non-humans in it.

Say, could there ever be a harder version of this hack some day? Personally, I could do it myself, except I have no knowledge of hacking Boss battles. But hacking levels should be easy enough.

Well I'm something of a brony and megaman fan myself... but when I opened the file, nothing but the ips patch and a custom written exe patcher (which shouldn't be necessary I would think... ?)

So where are the liner notes? Where's the readme file? How am I supposed to know what tools you used, how long you worked on it, what you were thinking in designing levels, sprites, gameplay, etc?

Come on man this is an interesting hack, don't keep us hangin! Inquiring minds want to KNOW!

Try Lunar ISP.

Edit: Also, the theme for Hill Top Zone's in it, but that's kind of obvious. I swear, Fluttershy and a few of the other stages sound familiar. And off topic, but why do people dislike Crash Bandicoot: Wrath Of Cortex? I hear part of it is because of hit detection, but I didn't notice much of a problem with that except in the Wah-Wah fight.


How the hell was I supposed to know those were spikes?

Well, they're not level. Anything that's not level will most probably kill you. ...TBH, I think I've actually seen that in other Megaman Hacks.

Edit: I swear, I always thought the Wizards and Lizards theme would sound good in a Megaman game, but I never actually expected someone would use it.

I can just imagine a fit breaking out over this.

Still, it's Megaman. I do like Megaman, and I do like (to an extent) the MLP cartoon, so I'll try it out.

Edit: Wizards and Lizards theme from Crash Bandicoot: Wrath of Cortex! :D

News Submissions / Re: ROM Hacks: New Hacks Added to the Database
« on: December 30, 2013, 08:20:52 pm »
I was playing that Rockman Claw 3 game well before this update, and I'm liking it so far. It seems to be a rare hack that tries to change Megaman without making it too unfairly hard. The levels are nice and fair, and the enemies AI has mixed changes, some enemies made harder, others made EASIER.

January 01, 2014, 07:32:39 pm - (Auto Merged - Double Posts are not allowed before 7 days.)
Still playing it, still liking it. But watch out, the bosses are tough and demand the use of weapons to beat easily. But overall, this game is pretty tough without being unfair.

...But I'm at Wily's Castle stage 2 right now, and I'm trying to figure out the name of the melody in the background. I'm used to hearing video game music in video game hacks, so I was thrown off when I heard a melody from the anime movie Macross Plus. ...But I'm trying to figure our what the melody's called.

Is there a program I need to patch the Saansara Naaga translation with? It doesn't work with Lunar ISP.

News Submissions / Re: Translations: Aeon Genesis Presents Royal Stone
« on: December 12, 2013, 06:39:16 pm »
Looks kind of... depressing. What are the other enemies like?

News Submissions / Re: ROM Hacks: New Hacks Added to the Database
« on: November 10, 2013, 09:05:05 am »
One thing that would be really cool? Seeing the graphics of the Lich, Medusa, Kraken, and Tiamat edited to look more like their modern counterparts. (From the Wonderswan remake up, the 4 bosses had different poses.)

News Submissions / Re: ROM Hacks: New Hacks Added to the Database
« on: October 03, 2013, 10:31:46 am »
Does the Super Mario 64 hack have new music in it?

News Submissions / Re: Translations: Oriental Blue Translation Released
« on: September 17, 2013, 10:14:38 am »
It looks pretty generic, that's for sure.

News Submissions / Re: Translations: Oriental Blue Translation Released
« on: September 17, 2013, 08:34:57 am »
I know of the Far East of Eden series, but the only game I've played from the series is Kabuki Clash, a FEofE fighting game for the Neo Geo.

...Exactly how does this RPG stack up to other RPGs?

Now hold on, there's another one of these!?! I loved Master of Monsters for the Genesis. That was one of my favorite games as a kid, and one of my dads favorites. ...And then they made Master of Monsters: Disciples of Gaia, which was mediocre. Now I learn of one I will never play in my life.

If I recall correctly, this game is based mostly on Suikoden 2, correct? I've never played the second game, but if it's better than the average original game, I wouldn't mind trying it if I get the chance.

Gaming Discussion / Re: Games With Good Voice Acting
« on: August 12, 2013, 04:11:07 pm »
IIRC, in one issue of Nintendo Power, one of the Japanese developper said that he liked the English voices with the Japanese text best.  :D

Isn't Star Ocean 2 the game where your characters can call a monstruosity that goes under the name of Barney,
said thing being so horrible that random encounters don't dare to bother you while you're on it?  :D

Claude: Hey cumEEER, Barney!

As far as I know, the creature's just called Bunny, but it sure sounds like they say Barney.

Gaming Discussion / Re: Games With Good Voice Acting
« on: August 12, 2013, 04:00:21 pm »
Yes, but at least it wasn't so bad you'd be embarrassed to be caught playing it, a la Resident Evil.

Thee speaks the truth excellency.

I always thought FFX was a valid attempt at effort. And one scene taken out of context makes everyone think it was a joke. It wasn't ideal, and some parts are very overacted, but that's as much or more the fault of the subject matter and direction than it is any poor performance. Also for comparison we got Star Ocean 2 less than 3 years before... FFX is light years ahead of that, right Craude?

Claud: Straud has advanced forward. Heh.

Yeah, a lot of the voice-acting in that game was pretty bad. I think Claude, Rena, Ashton, and Noel were the worst.

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