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  1. 8 points
    All credits go to the anon guy from reddit who PMed me with files and asked me to release them for him Features: -Removed godrays & chibi faces, -Replaced body textures with 4K (4096x4096) uncensored textures (with no pubic hair), -"perfect" dessert bonus is untouched, -works on EU/US dumps. Known Issues(will be fixed in next version): -Crash at free mode Screens: [Hidden Content]
  2. 5 points
    Credit goes to the unspecified chinese dude. This mod partially uncensor the game. Features: -Removed 1st censor layer - white godrays/spotlights/mist -2nd censor layer is untouched (flowers) -works on both EU/US dumps Screens: [Hidden Content]
  3. 4 points
    Translation info found here. Genre: Tactical RPG Size (compressed): 330 MB Size (uncompressed): 618 MB Link: [Hidden Content] Password:
  4. 4 points
    Tested in Shantae Half-Genie Hero and it works. More stable than newer version, but you'll still face some problems. Use it at your own risk! It's an old version of VitaCheat. Proof below.... [Hidden Content] Updated to VitaCheat v365 Z05 [Hidden Content]
  5. 4 points
    Senran Kagura: Shinovi Versus Nipples Exist mod has been updated and improved thanks to the anonymous person who contacted me on reddit. Features: -Removed any form of censorship - fog, godrays, chibi faces etc -Replaced all models - now they all have nipples & vaginas -Replaced most of 2D sprites - now you can see nipples/nip slips or nipples under their clothes. -1K textures -works on EU/US dumps. Screenshots: Changelog: Credits: [Hidden Content]
  6. 4 points
    I just discovered this site last night, and -- WOW! If half the things I'm seeing on this site are real, I'll be a member for a long time! Looking forward to getting to know ya!
  7. 3 points
    Hey Ahh the 'ol introduction post. . . Been a while since I've done one of these! Nice to have found this site - to be fair I wasn't looking around much until a few sites closed their doors recently. Anyway I'm what you would call a vintage gamer - yup that old! I'm from the UK and currently really enjoying the PSP & the PS Vita -though I will always have a soft spot for the Saturn & Dreamcast. Nice to meet you all
  8. 3 points
    I played on the C64S emulator (supposedly there is much better emulators for it out there now though). I would say it's my favorite port, mainly because I favor the C64's sound chip over the NES version. This pro makes the game look simple, but the CPU AI can be quite brutal on max difficulty. There is also this island version which I enjoyed a lot too. The traps are a lot of fun on both of them though! I never played any other ones but these two.
  9. 3 points
    Welcome to the forum, hope you enjoy the stay !
  10. 3 points
    Welcome to NGR "Vintage Gamer" lol You know the only consoles I never really had a chance to play were Saturn, Dreamcast, and TG16. I heard so much about the DC but never really could afford one and the emus never seem to get working. Anyways welcome and hope you like it here. (wow so many new faces today!)
  11. 3 points
    Welcome to our community, glad you like what you have see, have fun around and dont forget to say hi on the chat from time to time. Im not so much active lately but some still are.
  12. 3 points
    HI and welcome to NGR. Yeah iv been a member since the VP days (the 1st incarnation of this web sight) but only recently started moving my butt to get more roms archived and uploaded now the big hitters like emu paradise went RIP. Well this sight was kinda founded on vita roms so we should pretty much have you covered there and our psp section quite good and growing but our Saturn section is only OK and our Dreamcast section is kinda non-existent if I had a Dreamcast to test the few roms I do have i would upload them... anyways let use know if you need help finding anything
  13. 3 points
    Yeah I pretty much live here
  14. 2 points
    This seem like a nice enough place! Hi everyone
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  16. 2 points
    Welcome it's great to have your new insight and knowledge. Hopefully you have fun here
  17. 2 points
    I signed up 2 years ago and never used it. I have been missing out on everything the site has! that and I missed those sweet sweet IPS themes 😄
  18. 2 points
    Hello and welcome! And if you find any broken links, don't hesitate to report them.
  19. 2 points
    Yeah there are soo many things that got ported to the psp back in it's day >__< I'm actually unsure about how DLC works on the psp. Iv had a tiny bit of experience with wipe out and the game it's self download stuff to its self so I don't know if you can install DLC the same way you can on vita... Umm yeah I guess, my yeah DLC on the psp is kinda a mystery so that probably why we don't have a section for it... yet. if people find a bunch of it and have a good process for installing them then a section probably will get made. I was going to install h-encore to attempt to fix my vita but o got lazy and then the 3.69 update happened so that's not happening now Im my experience NoNpDRM is better then maidump as mai dumps are decrypted version of the game so there easy to install, dump and mod but the vita doesn't see it as a real game install NoNpDRM dumps and install the games encrypted so the vita sees it's like any other legit install game so multiplayer, patches and any other PSN stuff should work fine. maidump came befoul NoNpDRM and stuck around for ages so most of the vita games are dumped as mai dumps
  20. 2 points
    A bit late to the party, so have you enjoy the forum so far? hope you feel confident enought to post from to time, also if you dont have nothing to say you could always come and play with us on the FUN & GAMES section
  21. 2 points
    Welcome to NGR hope you enjoy your stay and have fun around! As a side note I didnt know that some site where closing up, kind of sucks.
  22. 2 points
    太鼓の達人 ぽーたぶる2 Scan: Tested and working on PSP-3002 Running 6.61 PRO-C∞ CFW using the M33 UMD ISO mode driver. You will need to know a little Japanese to play this but you can button mash your way through it and pick it up as you go ^__^/ While trying to find all the Taiko no Tatsujin games I found a nice wright up of the series a hole over on neogaf if you want to find more abort Taiko no Tatsujin Download: [Hidden Content]
  23. 2 points
    Hey welcome to NGR. Even if it is just for one post lol @Myetche
  24. 2 points
    Well even with Marvelous's decision a few days ago to bring an English version of the game to the PS4 and PC, we we still went out on completing the patch seeing as how we were already knees deep and almost finished. The RAR file contains the patch with instructions on how to install it, written by @happydance. You require the NoNpDRM version of the game, which you can get from NPS. This is the full translation and has been tested out thoroughly. However, we'd still like some user input on any errors, if they exist. ^Best dialogue, 10/10. Oh yeah, and a huge thanks for @TheQuietOne for putting the project together. Edit: personal thanks to the YouTubers that streamed the game, DRAGKUDOƸ̴Ӂ̴Ʒ and fei CHANNEL. Watching someone play the part I'm translating helps a lot. Link: [Hidden Content] Password:
  25. 2 points
    What are No-Intro sets? No-Intro is a group dedicated to collecting ROMs of older video game systems for the sake of preservation. Their main goal is to collect complete and accurate collections of old video games. This means no hacks, bad dumps, etc, only clean ROM files accurate to what was commercially released. The name "No-Intro" came from the early days when they used to rip out annoying "scene" intros that were sometimes injected into dumped games. If you want more information you can visit the No-Intro website. Difference between No-Intro and Goodsets The most common complete ROM sets you will encounter on the internet are known as "GoodSets". While these aren't bad, they have a slightly different goal and are usually several years outdated. Goodsets basically collect together as many known dumps as possible into one set. The good, the bad, hacks, multiple dumps, all there. No-Intro sets only include one good ROM for each region or revision of a game (usually one US, one Europe, and one Japan). In addition, No-Intro sets are updated frequently as new or more accurate ROMs are found. Basically what you get in a No-Intro set is equivalent to what was on the original cartridges. What are the numbers next to each set? After the Name of the set there are parentheses and numbers. This is the date when the set was last updated in Year-Month-Day format. For example a set with (20101126) was last updated on November 26th, 2010. [Hidden Content]