Here's one you missed. It's for the unreleased 64DD game "Mario Maker".
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The PAL PIFram dump differs in three ways: The order in which things are done, but not what is done. osVersion is OR'd with 6; this is kept in S7 and eventually set to 80000314. osTVType will be set to 0; this is kept in S4 and eventually set to 80000300. Incidentally, the order of operations in PAL...
If you don't use a tool: 1) Open ROM in hex editor. 2) if the second byte is 0x80 instead of the first, byteswap. The V64s were targetting intel processors. It made sense for them dumping byteswapped because of what they are (blatant piracy tools that were so good at what they did even official comp...
- Sun Aug 24, 2014 1:19 pm
- Forum: Development
- Topic: Wii Virtual console emulation accuracy vs other emulators
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...and a few Japanese only games that never seem to be mentioned anywhere The RTC was found in Doubutsu no Mori, better known internationally as the first in the Animal Crossing series. It was rereleased in Japan on GC with no real modification, then expanded and translated for international releas...
- Sat Jan 11, 2014 1:11 pm
- Forum: Compatibility
- Topic: In relation to custom ROM compatibility
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Other popular emus can't run, for instance, the scummvm because it uses the TRAP opcodes. It also uses some of the COP0 registers as temporary storage, including a few that, according to documentation, are read-only. In actual fact they're also write capable, but this smacks a bit of intentionally b...