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jpj wrote:* massively over-rated
*And maybe not coming out at all unless developer drama gets sorted :P
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I'm sure in the "old days" when they used the old numbering system for releases they had a cut-off of 2000 using the argument that any arcade game that was less than 5 years old would still be making the copyright owners money.
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Yeah, I noticed those in the most recent MAME update Romset (they weren't listed in the readme, so I looked at the ROMs and figured they were the games as expected!). Not bad WIP aside from sprites coming from the wrong location, and in the wrong direction :P

I was also quite interested by ddp3blk.zip :D
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Chi wrote:Not bad WIP aside from sprites coming from the wrong location, and in the wrong direction :P
That was fixed yesterday morning.
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:lol:

DOJ and DOJ:BL are also in there.

Pro tip : The Ketsui ROM isn't called ketsui.zip
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Soundwave wrote:Quick question all...

Whats the best way to play CAVE shooters under emulation??

Also are all CAVE games playable using emulation??

My Japan 360 died at the weekend & I cant afford the £300ish to buy a new one to just play the shooters & I'm wondering now if I should just build a PC to run emulation on to get my fixes instead

But I need to be able to play Death Smiles & Mushi Futari so I need a way to play them...if 360 is the only way to play them then so be it I'll have to find the cash.

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what would be a good mame spec to run games such as these in my cab?
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chubsta wrote:what would be a good mame spec to run games such as these in my cab?
Fairly low spec. Runs 60fps on my C2D 6400 and 4gb ram.
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Yep, runs fine on my Samsung NC10 Netbook, Intel Atom N270 CPU and 1GB RAM.
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cools wrote:That was fixed yesterday morning.
Bugger, and I was just planning to sell my Ketsui to free up some money :{ Looks like I should have done so a week or two ago :P
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Chi wrote:
cools wrote:That was fixed yesterday morning.
Bugger, and I was just planning to sell my Ketsui to free up some money :{ Looks like I should have done so a week or two ago :P

Your Ketsui PCB will always be worth quite a bit. Look at DDP and Guwange for instance.
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WooT! :awe:
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ESPGaluda right around the corner too by the look of it, only the main program ROM dumped atm though.

Patched version of MAME is available to support Ketsui and DOJ right now
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It works pretty well, as well. Aside from the usual slight input lag, that is...
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Aye, the music seems to be playing a bit fast, other than that :awe:

And DOJ Black Label right enough

Is that our yosai getting a namecheck on the coder's blog? :awe:

And RetroRepair too, although not in bold :palm:
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emphatic wrote:A new ShmupMAME is out: http://shmups.system11.org/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=30659" :awe:
Is good, as lagless as it's gonna get.

Almost missed my train plaing Ketsui this morning :awe:
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It's very, very good. Never owned the original PCBs but looks perfect to me.
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Are there any issues still to be ironed out? Also what kind of processor spec is this needing?

I have a shuttle I was thinking of Mame’ing, but it’s an old ****.

PS, you know we are ****. Prometheus is going to rape these games.
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