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Rockman & Forte

Super Nintendo

Game Description:

After defeating the evil Dr. Wily numerous times, the robotic hero Mega Man is called into action once again when a powerful being known as King defeats Protoman and threatens humanity. Knowing the threat, Mega Man’s rival, Bass, decides to take care of everything with his own hands.

The game is of the action-platform genre where the player advances by defeating bosses and acquiring their characteristic weapons. MEGAMAN & BASS lets the player choose between the titular characters, each playing different from the other.

Translation Description:

Aside from a minor graphic, everything is translated and very enjoyable. Fixing this graphic isn’t really an issue, it’s just that satsu is L-A-Z-Y. So la.

Guys, this is the translation you want to go with. Even the elusive CD Database is completely translated. There’s even two different patches in the zip, depending on whether you prefer the Japanese or American naming conventions (ie. Rockman vs. Megaman, Blues vs. Protoman, Forte vs. Bass, etc.) Absolutely beautiful.

Speaking of different patches, use RMF-E.IPS if you want the Japanese names. Use MMB-E.IPS if you want the American names. Why Capcom always has to change the names I dunno, I always thought Biohazard was a cool name for a video game.

ROM / ISO Information:

  • Rockman & Forte (J) [!].smc - GOODSNES 3.04
  • CRC32: 5047E0D4
  • MD5: 55D9CDB05F53A3F7A5E3EACB81B28F09
  • SHA-1: BCD2FC38B4E4BF6B811B00301F349E85CA48FE1A
  • SHA-256: 4FC2832E7AA01D105CA67977B38840EC1188869B5E74D20E58613C1CD127D78F

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Screenshots:


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Credits:

Credits
ContributorType of contributionListed credit
Gideon ZhiHackingProject leader, romhacker
AndrewTOriginal TranslationEarly translation
Ian KelleyTranslation
satsuHackingGraphic hacking
DemiGraphicsGraphic design

User Review Information

Best way to play.

Reviewed By: MagicalFlyingD00d on 04 Nov 2018

This is the best way to play Mega Man & Bass without a doubt and without that painful screen crunch of the GBA. However, there’s still some text inconsistencies that need to be fixed. 1- The Mega Buster is called “R. Buster” in the menu, I know it’s Rock Buster and that it might not bother a lot of people but I always found it inconsistent and that I’ll appreciate if it was fixed. 2- The Robot Master’s names and Mega Man have a space between the word and Man (ie. Megaman to Mega Man, Snakeman to Snake Man, etc.) This happens with a lot of people which get confused to how spell the RB’s names, anyhow. This is a great translation overall.

Version 1.00 Recommended - Yes

User Reviews
HeadlineAuthorDateVersionRecommended
Best way to play.MagicalFlyingD00d04 Nov 20181.00Yes