I'd like to give a try to some Genesis hacking, but I can't find a perfect tool for disassembling / studying game code.
So far, I've tried :
- IDA pro with the Genesis plugins : it requires IDA pro, which is over-expensive. The free version doesn't support 68000 and is of no use (unless I've missed another Free version) (feel free to pm me if you have something to say quietly about this
- Nemesis, which is an absolutely wonderful Genesis emulator with awesome debugging features (the drawback is that it runs at 6 fps on my computer) (but 'Active Disassembly' is like a gift from the God of Hack) but some games are still not supported, among them the one I want to study
- Gens-KMOD can disassemble on-the-fly but can't save the result. And it lacks many features Nemesis has.
What do you use in this situation ? Aside disassembling, I'd like some features like tracing the code, watchpoints on RAM...