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Last Shout - Posted by: Bernie - Sep. 09, 2020, 04:40:16 PM
WTF is up NW?!!!! ;D

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This is the one I'd LOVE to see finished!! 

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General / Re: Running Turbo CDs on PSP
« on: Sep. 09, 2020, 04:38:57 PM »
Ahhhh, the times when I was a noob..  LOL LOL..

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Announcements / Re: Ys IV Dubbing Project Revival
« on: Feb. 07, 2012, 04:50:02 PM »
Excited about this project.  Hopefully it is seen through.   ;D

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Rants / Re: * The Great Merry "Fuck You!" (Better late than never)
« on: Feb. 09, 2011, 04:37:16 PM »
hmm..  Although I see your point about him "holding a grudge", I have to say I can see where he is coming from.  Sure, a lot of people arent able to buy the games.  I can understand that.  However, if they can download a patch, to apply to a downloaded game image, I feel they can donate at the very least 5.00.  And thats at the VERY least.  If every download just donated 5.00, think about what that would do for the translator.  Im a huge Turbo Grafx/PCengine fan, and I hope to own every game at some point just from a collectors stand-point.  Did I own Y's IV before I heard of Nightwolve's patch?  Not hardly, so I applied a patch to a downloaded image.  I donated out of my appreciation since I now had a new game to play, that I could not have played without the translation.  Now, I own the actual game thanks to ebay.  ;D 

We have to remember, translating takes a HUGE amount of time and effort.  The least we can do is show our appreciation through donations.  I find it mind blowing that so many people have applied his patches, and never once thought to give something back for the translator's efforts.  Its simply unreal and selfish.  The first thing I read when I downloaded the Y's IV patch, was the readme.  And in that, was everything I needed to know, including donation info.  I didnt have to think twice.  Why do so many other people??  I give you an example.  Recently TruMisery released a translation patch for Startling Oddyssey II for the PCengine Super CD.  One of the first things I did was contact him about donations, and permissions on sharing his work.  Although Tru did not want to accept donations, I am sure the thought was appreciated.  Thats what its about people, appreciation.   ;)

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General / Re: Slap Fight!!!
« on: Sep. 18, 2009, 04:37:45 AM »
Well, that was different....

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Announcements / Re: Hello World!!!
« on: Feb. 16, 2006, 12:05:18 AM »
Sorry to jump in with a topic TOTALLY unrelated, but can you (or anyone) point me to a FAQ or something similar which explains how to convert a PC-Engine CD-ROM into a .zip file which will subsequently be run by PCEP or HUE for the PSP? Specifically, I have my Dracula X CD and would love to play it on my PSP, but have have NO clue what to do after I put it in my computer...

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General / Re: Running Turbo CDs on PSP
« on: Feb. 21, 2006, 06:29:35 PM »
All is good. Thanks for all the help. Both current PC Engine emulators (PCEP and HuE) for PSP will run the game fine, but HuE has no music, only sound FX. Now I'm working on the rest of my TurboDUO library.

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General / Re: Running Turbo CD's on PSP
« on: Feb. 20, 2006, 04:59:56 PM »
OK, I'll get crackin on that.

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General / Running Turbo CDs on PSP
« on: Feb. 20, 2006, 04:46:41 PM »
Hey. Hope anybody else who doesn't know how to rip a Super CDROM2 to a format usable by the PSP PC Engine emulators will benefit from this topic. After I try out some of your suggestions I will post my progress later tonight...

Question 1: What format is a TOC file? Is it a simple text file? Do I just format the table of contents as you've shown and then save as a text file from my text editor with an extension .toc?

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