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Member Since 16 Jan 2008
Offline Last Active Apr 14 2009 10:34 PM

Need help using Alcohol 120%!

14 April 2009 - 10:33 PM

I apologize in advance this is kind of promoting piracy but... I'm stuck with using Alcohol 120% which can supposedly burn ISOs onto CD-Rs and the like. How can I properly burn Sega Saturn games onto a CD-RW?

Again, sorry if this thread breaks any rules. It's just so hard to find Saturn games. (If also possible, anyone have ideas of which Saturn games I should play?)

Stunt Ribbon Glitch

17 March 2009 - 03:59 PM

So after my (READ) very long absence away from this darling forum, I hooked myself up with a Sega Saturn and NiGHTS, along with the 3-D controller!

While practice makes perfect, my scores haven't been as great as the ones on Score Attack (not even close to Charlie's lol) and I can't seem to nail the trick ribbon glitch that allows you to spam points during the bonus time runs. Sometimes it works, other times it doesn't. What do I do?!

Peter Moore and the wonderful "F" word

18 September 2008 - 04:43 PM

This news story is a bit old, about two weeks worth, but everytime I read it, it cracks me up. Here it is.

When you think about Yuji Naka's accusation, it would piss someone off massively. But then again, people should remember that Naka's meddling during the Sonic X-Treme development made the entire urban legend even more tragic then it already was.

Ha ha, EA was considered to be "the high-school quarter back who always got the cheerleader - an arrogant son of a bitch." Awesome.

SSF Emulation

01 May 2008 - 09:00 PM

Ok, I think I said in one of my first posts "I don't condone piracy." Well, I know it's kind of stupid to admit to being a pirate (not the China types, and not Jack Sparrow either) but...

I really want to play NiGHTS into dreams, really badly.

I have downloaded the SSF emulator and got everything working, and I got an XBOX 360 controller for the PC. I also got the CUE and ISO files (I won't tell you where) but... WHAT DO I DO NOW!? D8

I tried burning the ISO and CUE files onto a CD-R, but all that happens is that I end up going to the music screen. The machine (which the emulator is emulating) says that the game disc is not suitable for the system. WTF? Aren't Saturn CDs CD-Roms?

*prays and hopes TRiPPY or DiGi doesn't murder him because of this thread*

...*prepares himself by hiding in the deep woods of Canada*

Yoshi's Story

24 April 2008 - 07:37 PM

I like Yoshi's Story more then Yoshi's Island.

By saying that one line, I have a feeling that some members on these forums will want to hunt me down with pitchforks, but hear me out! Yoshi's Story is one of my favorite 64 titles (still is, I have it on VC), but it has gathered alot of flak from the Nintendo fanbase for a couple of reasons.

- It's not like Yoshi's Island.
- It's too damn short.
- The fruit system shortens the levels.
- Looks "kiddy".

Researching the game a bit more, and playing it, I have found something startling. Instead of YI's "reach the end of the world go to the next one" structure, YS's strucure is built like a score attack game, which gives replayability. In fact, I use YS as a toner for my skills, because nothing is better then finding all thirty melons on the stage, which gives alot of points.

I also liked the graphics, the storybook setting is still, to this day, some of the best N64 graphics I've ever seen.

Agree? Disagree? Opinions are wanted.