11 March 2016 - Forum Rules
Started by Piotyr, March 23, 2007, 10:11:50 PM
QuoteThere is a lot I would love to do with SCV4, but it seems like either there is little interest in hacking it or perhaps the compression is a big stumbling block for most people?
QuoteI know that Proton created decompressor and compressor tools for Konami SNES games, you can get them here but I don't know if they work for SCIV:http://www.romhacking.net/utilities/1101/http://www.romhacking.net/utilities/1102/
QuoteAlso, I'm really curious if the level data is as much of a pain in the but to edit as with CV1 & 3.
Quote from: CyberFox on August 12, 2015, 01:53:49 AMI propose a overhaul hack of Transformers: Convoy no Nazowith these needed tweaks- fix the difficulty- add cutscenes and make up a storyline- implement unlimited continues- better bossesand a new name is an order - Transformers: The Secret of Prime
Quote from: SCD on August 12, 2015, 09:26:53 PMAnother thing that would make that game better is a health bar where you can actually take more than one hit. I would like to see hacks that would disable the new voice clips that Nintendo added to the GBA versions of The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past and Super Mario Advance 1, 2, 3 & 4. I also would like to see color restoration hacks for The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past and Super Mario Advance 3 & 4 as well.
Quote from: CyberFox on August 12, 2015, 10:30:56 PMSpeaking of SMA 4, I wanna see a hack of that game with all the eReader levels (even those from the Japanese release) in the game
Quote from: Rodimus Primal on August 11, 2015, 09:38:13 PMI'd like to see some translations finished or updated that at this point are abandoned and could use a little TLC. Some are worth it some are not: Dragon Ball Z Super Butoden, Dragon Quest VI, Final Fantasy II (I attempted this one), Romancing Saga 2 and 3, and games that have horrid Engrish like the first Breath of Fire.
Quote from: magictrufflez on August 14, 2015, 09:25:28 PMI hope you mean NES FF2, because your FF4 Translation is pretty much it as far as translations go for that game.I personally never had a problem with DQ 6's translation--I know it's not officially "complete", but it definitely wasn't the hot mess RS3's translation was. And BoF 1 doesn't really need a retranslation---we all may as well skip it, since everyone knows BoF 2 is far superior anyways
Quote from: magictrufflez on August 14, 2015, 09:25:28 PMAnd BoF 1 doesn't really need a retranslation---we all may as well skip it, since everyone knows BoF 2 is far superior anyways
QuoteSpeaking of translations....here's a crazy one.What about the idea of something akin to Ted Woolsey Uncensored applied to Chrono Trigger? I mean the DS one is great and so is the original, but it seems some still prefer the original's charms.
Quote from: CyberFox on August 03, 2015, 12:36:46 AMBlast Processing is actually true as the Genesis has a faster CPU than the SNES/SFCtoo bad the Genesis lacked everything else, the Yamaha chip is a joke compared to Sony's on the SNES
QuoteWell there is Sega CD and at the very least, the music quality was great. Also I liked alot of the Genesis soundtracks and games even with the soundchip. Hell IMO soundtrackwise and gamewise Streets of Rage kicks the crap out of SNES Final Fight. As far as RPGs are concerned, I played both Zelda 3 and Monster World 4, both games musicwise and contentwise are amazing in very different and unique ways.
Quote from: SunGodPortal on August 15, 2015, 02:14:40 AMIt was possible to make great music on the Genesis but I see that as more of an acception rather than the norm. I think Castlevania: Bloodlines has one of the best soundtracks of any game for any system. It's def Michiru's best because there's no filler and no inappropriate pop music contrasting all of the cool gothic baroque. Even though I love that soundtrack and the way it sounds, for some reason I still tend to harbor unfavorable views for the Genesis' sound. The sound fx are of course where the Genesis fails most miserably. The ugly, limited palettes and the poor sound compared to the SNES have always prevented me from properly warming up to the Genesis. The palettes may have been more of a stylistic choice though. I've seen a handful of Genesis games that didn't suffer from this problem but most I believe are hideous. I'd say if I didn't have to factor in nostalgia I'd probably feel the same way about the NES. The NES had ugly graphics too but the synth based sounds (square, triangle, etc.) were more to my liking and sounded more flexible.
QuoteWell I would think if we want to talk hardware of that gen, Neo Geo was prob the most superior all around. It was just horrendously costly all around so nobody bothered with it. Still it had some fun fighting games. I did enjoy world heroes in the arcade.
Quote from: SunGodPortal on August 15, 2015, 02:33:47 AMMetal Slug is all that I'm familiar with but those games rule.
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