The Nintendo Family Computer Famicom was slow to gather momentum; a bad chip set caused the initial release of the system to crash. In fact, after we got some popularity, a sort of little competition was born: intros were not added only in an automatic way, but they were added with some hack tricks, to make them more difficult to find and remove - there was nothing that we weren't able to hack. I'm not sure if copyright trolls watch archive. I just want to check mine are all ok. There are no descriptions available for Nintendo Entertainment System No Intro in our database.
If you're looking for a clean, almost 1:1 set for a console, No-Intro is definitely the way to go. Maybe, since they're still fairly recent. All off-topic posts will be removed. But it was a good way to let us know about the status on the Asian side of the world. If not then what other options are available? This means no dups, hacks, or bad dumps. I also notice that some of the no-intro sets are smaller. Old StarsYakushi~Kabuto, Saibork, Zikronix, Coolhj, Sol dSnake, A600.
The dat was near release five hundred, with only a few automatically removed intros included. The first site is now one of the biggest online communities about Nintendo hand held systems. Skybaby never contacted me, and I never had problems due to where I started, all my work was based on information that was well known to anyone. Well no more I say! Also, No-Intro is great because the dumps are perfect and verified, and they don't include every bullshit version like Good does. If you're looking for a clean, almost 1:1 set for a console, No-Intro is definitely the way to go.
Support Emuparadise: Sponsor Message: Share with your Friends:. Which others have the hacked header? Comments stepping significantly over the line will be removed- use some common sense. It isn't hacked, I think, unless Nintendo modified it somehow. He often stopped the project when he got too stressed. In addition, goodsets include a lot of bad dumps which are useless to most people.
I don't know what really happened, and I don't care. I'd imagine emulation authors also find the Goodsets useful for testing certain features. Are full romsets of Nintendo's systems still available on the internet if you know where to go? Time to enjoy some retrogames! It matches 1:1 apart from the edited header. Ignoring pre-store and world-first titles, for which we are not organized no parents that own a game store! Our different attitude often brings hate and malice thoughts against us, but we never cared and we used all of those flames as marketing to increase our popularity. Thus, we don't know if they consider verified images from other sets eg Goodsets to be verified for them as well. Tauwasser wrote:I'd also caution against deleting any kind of information gathered over years in a single swoop.
There must of been some kind of underground market for shit like this. Underground Gamer used to have lots of them, it's too bad that site went under. The scraper is great, out of 1439 cue files it found 1191 images, I suspect the missing images are either demo discs or multi-colelction discs, I've not gone through EmulationStation to list the missing ones yet. As a result, your viewing experience will be diminished, and you may not be able to execute some actions. Currently, we follow more than thirty dats and we will see what the future reserves for us.
It's just a little annoying that I might have to re-download everything. We approve newly submitted descriptions every day and you will find that it will not take long for your description to appear in this space. You can help us out by submitting a description for this title. A couple of intros were removed with patches provided by members of rival groups! Goodsets are the old standard for complete rom sets. If you do I will report your post. Ah ok, so let me know if you find something.
I maintain the website keeping an informal style, making humorous observations as well as the occasional malignant comments here and there, but we always treat others with respect. We can't pretend they be more active: we understand we have to continue with our own forces and this means a lot of personal money is spent buying cartridges, and a lot of time sacrificed. But when I decided to download a random no-intro romset retroarch scanned and created a playlist for it with no problems. The staff and the supporters may change, but the maintainer's core will be behind the project. I did daily updates, and this generated an affectionate public that gave suggestions too. An intro is a code that runs before the original game: often with music and animations, it often displayed the release groups credits and greetings to their friends.