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about 1 week ago

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Minion of Bak'laag: 100+ unfinished games
Master of Unlocking: Majority of games are completed
Invincible: 10+ beat or complete in a row
Focus: Only playing one game
Oh, okay. I just thought you were busy with other things. at least you're fine.

Misadventure?

Just feeling kinda eh as I usually am.

I'm doing regional difference guides for older games out of boredom. mostly FC/NES stuff at the moment.

Not anymore. sorry.
about 1 week ago

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Backlog Beaten: July 11, 2010
Minion of Bak'laag: 100+ unfinished games
Master of Unlocking: Majority of games are completed
Treasure Hunter: 1000+ games
Since you're around again, there is a Backloggery Discord server: [Link]
about 1 week ago

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Consider Yourself a Hero: Majority of games are beaten
Invincible: 10+ beat or complete in a row
Confused: Playing 10+ games at once
Wew lad. Haven't been here in a while.
If anybody wanna add me on Discord: hyakulegger#0666

I've also started streaming [Link]
about 5 months ago

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Minion of Bak'laag: 100+ unfinished games
Consider Yourself a Hero: Majority of games are beaten
Cursed: 10+ new games in a row
I'm gonna get around to Fatal Frame 2 pretty soon. I'm wrapping up a playthrough of RE2 today, but I'm debating what to start after. Either Dragon's Crown Pro, Fatal Frame 2 or Mega Man Legends. What have you been playing lately?
about 6 months ago

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Right Hand of Bak'laag: 1000+ unfinished games
Treasure Hunter: 1000+ games
Confused: Playing 10+ games at once
Haha thanks! It feels weird that it's really been that long, really doesn't feel like it..
about 6 months ago (edited)

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Minion of Bak'laag: 100+ unfinished games
Master of Unlocking: Majority of games are completed
Invincible: 10+ beat or complete in a row
Focus: Only playing one game
Yeah, but automatically (you don't choose who). It means you only have 1 life, but if you die the bosses you defeated replace you once (each count as 1 life) in the order you defeated them (which is linear).
This mechanic you're trying to implement kinda reminds me of the Famicom version of Double Dragon 3. you start the game with just Billy, but 2 of the first 4 bosses (Chin and Ranzou) would join you after their defeat, and they all had one life, though unlike your example, you could switch between them at any time. if any of the 3 characters survive, you get to see their epilogue, similar to Fire Emblem (it was in development with its Arcade counterpart when FE was released). so if you beat the game with Billy and Chin still alive, but Ranzou died, only Billy and Chin's ending was shown (Jimmy's epillogue was only shown in 2P for this reason). so if you wanted to do something with one of the characters you have left, there's one idea.

Sengoku 3 also had 2 of the game's bosses join you, though in that game you had more than one life and had limited continues.

There's also going to be a different ending depending on which character you end the game with.
Rushing Beat Shura's endings worked EXACTLY like this. you have to select your character at the beginning of each level and after you die, but your ending was based on the character you beat Velk (the final boss) with. beat him with Dick, and you got to see Dick's ending. beat him with Elfin, and you got her ending instead, and so on. each character had two endings as well (one good, one bad).

Rushing Beat Ran and Shock Troopers also did this but you only get a picture of your chosen character (or characters, if you're playing Team Wolf mode on Shock Troopers) doing something. no dialogue associated with it.

I read the description you gave me. I kinda get it. I don't think I've heard of a song like that.

That sounds like a neat idea, actually. it would help make it stand out from the rest of the soundtrack, too.

Hyaku's Submarines sounds really good. definitely has an aquatic feel. the remix of Plaid Cape is good, too.
about 6 months ago (edited)

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Minion of Bak'laag: 100+ unfinished games
Master of Unlocking: Majority of games are completed
Invincible: 10+ beat or complete in a row
Focus: Only playing one game
It's fine, I have my own issues (been starving).

Yes, Crazy Bus is actually set to play notes randomly each time you boot it up.

Yeah, the drums gave off that feel. though I've never really heard music from any of those genres.

Yeah, the Triangle.

I just checked and yeah, you're right. haven't played/seen DKC 2 in a while but I'm familiar with the first one a lot, that, and hearing that trivia made me assume otherwise.

Stage 1 and 2 are like, the same stage but 1 is night and 2 is day.
That's unusual. not seen a game where you go through the same location back-to-back...

Still... what?
I just found it frustrating and sad (as funny as it seemed) that a company sued a reviewer (and would have sued some Steam users) to begin with.

but that's kinda what I would expect from some devs on Steam.
Dumping bad games onto steam? perhaps. suing a reviewer and attempting to sue individual steam users for complaining about their games, though?

Oh. I mentioned those two because I can't think of any other games like it on the two systems.

I noticed that the most of the voice acting lines are different in the game and the soundtrack. Do you maybe have an idea why?
I've not heard of the soundtrack, but I know the JP version used different voices for both the narrator and the characters, [Link] so I'm guessing its licensing; the studio or whatever handled the voice work either asked for too much money than the company who localized it was able to afford, or they flat-out refuse. that's usually the case for why we don't see JP dubs in certain localized games (Persona in particular had a weird case when it came to Arena Ultimax).

I own most of the games I suggested. they're actually part of the reason why I decided to look into the Famicom's library some more. I didn't get to play much NES games growing up and it got tiresome to just play the same games over and over; wanted to try something new/different. great time-wasters, most of them are (once you know how the controls work, anyway).

I'm probably one of the few people who like the FDS's wavetable channel; quite a few people actually prefer the NES version's song (such as Zelda 1's title theme), but for me, the FDS version sounded so much better. in fact, the only soundtrack where I think the NES version is better is Castlevania 2, as the FDS version was more "plain" sounding in comparison (though I like the FDS rendition of Monster Dance).
about 6 months ago

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Consider Yourself a Hero: Majority of games are beaten
Confused: Playing 10+ games at once
Absolutely have been interested in Nioh since it's release. Looking forward to playing that for sure. Probably gonna pick up Last of Us since it's on sale this week!
about 6 months ago

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Consider Yourself a Hero: Majority of games are beaten
Focus: Only playing one game
Get well soon!
about 6 months ago

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Consider Yourself a Hero: Majority of games are beaten
Invincible: 10+ beat or complete in a row
Confused: Playing 10+ games at once
Not feeling well. BRB ASAP.
about 6 months ago

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Minion of Bak'laag: 100+ unfinished games
Master of Unlocking: Majority of games are completed
Invincible: 10+ beat or complete in a row
Focus: Only playing one game
I needed the final boss to have the crazier/longer one.
I see. fair enough.

The Stage 2 song sounds like club music. pretty good.

The Game Over theme... kinda sounds like a really sad underwater song. reminds me of DKC 2's Bramble Blast (which was originally going to be used for an underwater level, but got used for a different level entirely as they chose not to make any underwater levels).

The TFP theme (I assume it plays after the credits?) is pretty nice, although to me it sounds like a song you hear on the high score screen instead.

It's pretty close to what it used to be, with a bit less of detail.
It really suck when you make a song perfectly, then it gets lost, and your recreation isn't as good because you forgot how you made it good to start with.

Really liked the unused boss theme. conveys a real sense of danger... and for that reason, I can see it being used for a timed event. though I don't know what you mean by polyrhythmic/polymetric.

The RPG Dungeon 1 is really nice. I can kinda hear the original version (?) in the background every now and then. though it feels like it should be used for an endgame dungeon or something.
about 6 months ago (edited)

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Minion of Bak'laag: 100+ unfinished games
Master of Unlocking: Majority of games are completed
Invincible: 10+ beat or complete in a row
Focus: Only playing one game
Yeah, I guess you're right.

I just use a micro SD card that's in a SD card.
How does that work?

But then, don't use Steam? It's not like it's the only way to play games.
True, but still...

Did you watch the video?

Glad you like these, since it's a lot of randomish notes
Crazy Bus used random notes for its "soundtrack" and is 50x worse. this is actually listenable.

That guitar MIDI reminds me of this actual song from Extreme Paintbrawl. [Link]

What we're going with right now is having a kick/punch combo button (B), and being able to switch to a flame thrower with limited ammo that insta-kills enemies with Select
This reminds me of Konami's Mad City (AKA Bayou Billy). it was also a beat-em-up, except instead of a flamethrower, you could pick up a gun, can switch to it with Select, and it had limited ammo. didn't insta-kill enemies, but it was still pretty powerful. though you couldn't carry your gun between levels (the ammo remaining is used as bonus points your score).

There's other stuff we want to add, like having only 1 life, but being able to continue the game with any of the bosses you defeated if you do die.
Gourmet Sentai Bara Yarou and Rushing Beat Shura were both beat-em-ups that also only had one life. though I don't get that second part; do you mean you can switch to the bosses that you've defeated so far upon death?

Well, in that case, here's the list of early Famicom games with no language barrier that you can check out first. home-exclusives are bolded.

Battle City (Namco)
Door Door (Chunsoft/Enix)
Binary Land (Hudson)
Ikki (Sunsoft)
Devil World (Nintendo) -- saw a limited overseas release in Scandanavia (later saw a full-scale PAL release on VC)
Route 16 Turbo (Sunsoft) -- an enhanced version of Route 16
Road Fighter (Konami) -- was also released in Europe
Pooyan (Konami)
Circus Charlie (Konami)
Kekkyoku Nankyoku Daibouken (Konami) -- also known as Antarctic Adventure.
Warpman (Namco)
Onyanko Town (Micronics)
Formation Z (TOSE/Jaleco)
Field Combat (TOSE/Jaleco)
Front Line (Taito)
Chack 'n Pop (Taito)
Argus (TOSE/Jaleco)
Mappy (Namco)
Majou no Bouken (TOSE/Jaleco)
Ninja Jajamaru-kun (TOSE/Jaleco)
Jajamaru no Daibouken (TOSE/Jaleco)
Dig Dug (Namco)

You can then move onto the later FC stuff if you're feeling brave.
about 6 months ago (edited)

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Minion of Bak'laag: 100+ unfinished games
Master of Unlocking: Majority of games are completed
Invincible: 10+ beat or complete in a row
Focus: Only playing one game
For fighting games, I'd try Joy Mech Fight. don't let the shitty bootleg fighting games turn you off of this one; it plays really well (notably, it lacks flickering and slowdown as the robots' six parts are all animated individually). the controls are simple (there are no half-circles or quarter circles) and there's even a training mode (the first home fighting game to have one) so you can practice each character's moves. did I mentioned that there are 36 characters? on SFC, the fourth Ranma ½: game (Chougi Rambuhen) is pretty good.

For survivor horror, there's Sweet Home (FC) and Clock Tower (SFC). the former plays similar to RE as it shares a lot in common with it (takes place in a single mansion, has limited items, door opening animations, death sequences, multiple endings)... in fact, RE was originally going to be a remake of this game (the director of SH was also RE's co-producer). the latter is a point-and-click. I've not played either, but I've heard good things about them.

For Action RPGs, I'd check out--

Madoola no Tsubasa (Sunsoft)
Dragon Scroll (Konami)
Esper Dream (Konami)
Getsu Fuma Den (Konami)
Esper Dream 2: Aratanaru Tatakai (Konami)
Radia Senki: Reimeihen (Tecmo)
Alcahest (HAL)

ED 1 and Madoola, while not unplayable, are a bit rough around the edges, but the others come recommended. all of them have a fan-translation you can use (except Madoola, as that's already in English). ED 2 uses VRC 6 so you have the extra sound channels as well.

That should be enough to get you started.

Here's some more FDS soundtracks that I forgot.

Famicom Tantei Club II: Ushiro ni Tatsu Shoujo (Nintendo) [Link]
Yuyuki (Nintendo) [Link] the second game in Nintendo's Famicom Musashi Banashi series.
Exciting Billiard (Konami) [Link]
Exciting Basket (Konami) [Link] has a gameplay track not in Double Dribble, the NES counterpart.
Famicom Grand Prix II (Nintendo) [Link]
Time Twist (Nintendo) [Link]
about 6 months ago (edited)

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Minion of Bak'laag: 100+ unfinished games
Master of Unlocking: Majority of games are completed
Invincible: 10+ beat or complete in a row
Focus: Only playing one game
So basically the whole game is in English if the only text is Press Start?
No. most games didn't even have that prompt. just the usual "1/2 players" menu and copyright info. in fact, the JP version of Castlevania 2 (Dracula 2) had this prompt in English [Link] but the rest of the game (except for the ending) is in Japanese (Katakana). [Link]

Most of the early Famicom games are arcade-style games where the goal is simply to get a high score (and some actually were ports of AC games), and most of those carry no Japanese text; stuff like Devil World, Binary Land, Nuts & Milk (Hudson's debut FC game and also the first third-party FC game), Battle City, Route 16 Turbo, and I enjoyed them for what they were. but if you're not a fan of those types of games, then I'd try The Goonies which is a exploration-lite game where you have to locate three keys and then head for the locked door, while also looking for the kids in each level. there's also optional items that you can find that can help you. it's kinda like Metroid (which came out just six months later) in a way, but much more simplistic.

Since you said you'd take recommendations, I got a few. I'll start with the OSTs from FDS games that use that extra wavetable channel.

Falsion (Konami) [Link]
Almana no Kiseki (Konami) [Link]
Meikyuu Jin Dababa (Konami) [Link]
Exciting Soccer Konami Cup (Konami) [Link]
Bio Miracle Bokutte Upa (Konami) [Link] and as a bonus, here's the FC version, which uses PCM percussion in place of the wavetable [Link]
Gyruss (Konami) [Link]
Ai Senshi Nicol (Konami) [Link]
Dracula II (Konami) [Link]
Shin Oni Ga Shima (Nintendo) [Link]
Nazo no Murasamejou (Nintendo) [Link]
about 6 months ago (edited)

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Minion of Bak'laag: 100+ unfinished games
Master of Unlocking: Majority of games are completed
Invincible: 10+ beat or complete in a row
Focus: Only playing one game
Oh, you mean like that. still, some of them can be persistent, and that's what I'm worried about the most.

Seems so. [Link]

So I looked around and it seems that if I want to use an SD card to play downloaded games, I'll have to use a USB drive that has a SD card reader.

Oh, I thought you were like early in the game and just quit playing because you found it too easy. my bad.

I thought you were saying you were avoiding PC gaming completely simply because of these games existing.
If that was the case, I wouldn't be playing video games period, since every console and handheld has their share of low-effort (shovelware) games, and I was unfortunate enough to play a few of them growing up (not knowing how good they are because I didn't have a way to check how good said game was). I didn't play most of the really good stuff until the Virtual Console and nowadays I have a way to study up on these games to see if they're good or not, so that's not the issue I have with Steam. it's the other problems I mentioned. but you really need to look at the Digital Homicide situation where they actually tried to sue Jim Sterling for ridiculous reasons. [Link] [Link] sure, they pretty much lost, but Jim still lost money due to lawyer fees, and I fear another company ran by dumb execs will do the exact same thing and actually win/get their way somehow.

Oh, I see.

You're welcome.

Stage 1 was pretty good. I like it.

Boss Intro is also good. it has a bit of a high-tension feel, which I feel fits.

Boss theme is okay, but I don't know... it sounds like it should be used for a final boss rather than a normal boss.

Final boss intro and theme are pretty interesting. the tempo seems to go all over the place (not that I find it to be a bad thing), which gives it more of a frantic "shit's about to go down" feel.

I'm really liking the MD/Gen-esque songs. sound like they'd fit in a fantasy setting.

Two questions, though.

1: Are these WIPs or are they pretty much finished?
2: Burn em' up? is it a beat-em-up in which you get to burn your enemies, or...?
about 7 months ago (edited)

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Minion of Bak'laag: 100+ unfinished games
Master of Unlocking: Majority of games are completed
Invincible: 10+ beat or complete in a row
Focus: Only playing one game
Since I tend to not deal with trolls/assholes, I'd probably just block them.

Unfortunately, I'd have to put the plan on hold, as I'm not getting as much money as I used to.

Too bad the game also has a game-breaking bug that's only in the US version (though it can be easily worked around).

How far did you made it up to? because it gets harder later on. upgrading your skill trees and equipping certain gems for your equipment is crucial for some of the later boss battles and enemies. and it's pretty forgiving even if you do screw up and die; the only penalty for dying is being sent back to the last landmark you made it to.

I don't know what you mean by "trying too hard".

Have you thought about... I don't know... not playing these particular games?
I haven't played these games at all. I just feel like Steam has no real sense of quality control at times when they're just dumped onto the storefront the way they are.

Many early Famicom games are actually entirely in English, because many of these games were so small (the largest pre-FDS games were 40kb) that it was easier to just put in the English alphabet as opposed to using Kana (there's only 26 letters to worry about as opposed to a single Kana table of 46) to save space. examples include Devil World (although that one was released in Europe) and Battle City. only later games start using Kana, but even then, there's very few games on FC that use Kanji, same goes for Game Boy games. you only really need to know Japanese to understand RPGs, really (because of all the menus and dialogue).

I didn't know importing a song to FT can cause that effect.

You go to "Module", check "Module Properties", and there should be a menu that says "Expansion sound". you can change the sound expansions. assuming that you downloaded version 3.5 or better (most recent is 4.6), VRC 7 will be available in the options. then you have to highlight a VRC 7 channel and choose to create an instrument while it's highlighted to make a VRC 7 instrument. VRC 7 has 15 pre-made instruments, but you can make your own if you wish. just a word of warning; using VRC 7 slightly reduces the volumes of the initial 2a03 sound channels (that's not a bug within Famitracker; the chip did that on actual hardware), although you can adjust the volume by going to "Configuration" and clicking on "Mixer".
about 7 months ago

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Backlog Beaten: Sept 5, 2017
Master of Unlocking: Majority of games are completed
Huh - I'd never really thought about why the moles were there before, but that was an interesting video! Thanks for sharing!
about 7 months ago (edited)

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Minion of Bak'laag: 100+ unfinished games
Master of Unlocking: Majority of games are completed
Invincible: 10+ beat or complete in a row
Focus: Only playing one game
I don't know what exactly you mean. how does someone like me make it harmless? like forget about it?

Ah, okay. my mistake. I haven't seen anything that implies that you can transfer anything from the flash memory to the SD card in a legit fashion. would definitely make things a lot easier.

Right, I get it now. myself, I've yet to beat Pandora's Tower (I beat the other two already). I was 1/3rd of the way through the game (playing it on and off) before I got hit with the dreaded "system memory corruption" error and had to send the console to Nintendo. luckily, the repair was free of charge, but they couldn't recover my save data, so I'll have to start over (and had to redownload everything, which took hours).

So you didn't like Xenoblade? you said "can't say the same about Xenoblade". what you didn't like about it? the gameplay? the story?

Yeah, someone else I told this to said that, too, but that kind of bug scared me. I wouldn't know what to do if that bug were to happen to me (granted, it was quickly patched and they did tell users how to restore the boot file, but... I don't know, I just don't want my computer to be bricked). I mean, I know my way around a computer, but I wouldn't call myself a computer expert.

And for the latter, there's other reasons, too; Denuvo (which I hear can both prevent you from playing the games if they're not connected to the internet, and can also damage your computer) and the infamous Digital Homicide situation.

Yeah. I'm trying to learn Japanese (that, and I own the actual carts). been trying to do so for years. granted, as they're beat-em-ups, you don't need to know Japanese to know how to play any of the games, although the third game is very story-driven so being able to understand the text would make it easier to follow (and if you're wondering, the US version's storyline and endings were completely rewritten from scratch because Jaleco didn't bother to give their US branch the original script).

Oh, you mean like that. no, sadly, it isn't possible. although the notes can go lower in VRC 7 mode.

Where's the link? I was going to listen to the song once I woke up (I was on the verge of sleep when I wrote the last message).
about 7 months ago

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Backlog Beaten: Sept 5, 2017
Master of Unlocking: Majority of games are completed
Not sure I'd agree with that, but I do agree that EarthBound is amazing.
about 7 months ago (edited)

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Minion of Bak'laag: 100+ unfinished games
Master of Unlocking: Majority of games are completed
Invincible: 10+ beat or complete in a row
Focus: Only playing one game
I also like the Elm Street one. It sounded rich.
It's because 3 of the FM sound channels are used for bass and the other 3 are used for the lead notes/back-up.

I had a HDD that went bad on me after only two years, so I know the feeling...
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harmless anecdote?

It's more believable when the audio is in the language from the country the game is set in
This sadly doesn't always happen. supposedly, most of this is due to licensing issues (the publisher may be willing to pursue including the Japanese dub, but the agency that handled either asks for too much money than the publisher is willing to pay or flat out says NO) and sometimes space issues.

What is a coup de coeur? I've heard of coup de grace, but not that one.

Wii U games download to the flash memory, though... unless you mean to the SD card via some kind of hack? no thanks. I'm good.

I don't use PC for gaming. don't want to risk installing a game that makes my computer unusable (Eve online's infamous bug scared me away from it, plus Steam has way too much crap polluting the storefront as it is).

It's part of the Rushing Beat series (it got its name from the fact that you can do a running attack and the main characters are cops, and thus would be working on a beat), which are all beat-em-ups made by Jaleco for the SFC. the first one is simply called Rushing Beat, the second game is called Rushing Beat Ran: Fukusei Toshi (Rushing Beat Chaos: City of Clones; released here as Brawl Brothers). Shura (which refers to a scene of carnage) is the final game, and wasn't released in Europe (despite having Jaleco Europe listed in the credits of the US version).

No. only the first game got fan-translated.

As in a lower pitch? you have to click on Octave and choose a lower number (or use Ctrl + F3). lowest is 0, highest is 7.