BS-X: Sore wa Namae o Nusumareta Machi no Monogatari
BS-X: The Town Whose Name Was Stolen
|Patching Information||No-Header (SNES)|
|Game Date||13 February 1995|
|Release Date||27 November 2016|
|Last Modified||29 November 2016|
The BS system was a add-on for the SNES that allowed users to connect with a satellite dish that broadcasted games for download. It didn’t catch on because of the high price tag. This game was packaged with each system, it served as a interface for the BS system. You could create an avatar, explore the town, or download content. It wasn’t a game, just a hub kind of like the Mii screen for the Wii.
This is the English translation of the BS-X BIOS, also called: “BS-X: Sore wa Namae o Nusumareta Machi no Monogatari”. Which can be translated to “BS-X: The Story of The Town Whose Name Was Stolen”.
This BIOS is used for the Satellaview, a Super Nintendo addon that can connect the console to a Satellite Tuner and download games, magazines, and DLCs.
This can be used with bsnes-sx2, snes9x-sx2 and no$sns, which simulates the Satellaview Online. This is a BPS patch, you need BPS patchers like beat to patch the ROM (which must be unheadered).
Every text should be translated now. It includes 3 patches instead of one now: English Patch, an Anti-DRM patch, and both-in-one.
ROM / ISO Information:
- BS-X - Sore wa Namae o Nusumareta Machi no Monogatari (Japan) (Rev 1).sfc
- CRC32: F51F07A0
- MD5: FED4D8242CFBED61343D53D48432ACED
- SHA-1: 604556B2E62860AF18DB5A77F2956EBC75450020
- SHA-256: 3CE321496EDC5D77038DE2034EB3FB354D7724AFD0BC7FD0319F3EB5D57B984D
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