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  1. Many Sega legends participated in the making of this game. Sadly, it's kind of short. Genre: Third Person Shooter Size (compressed): 302 MB Size (uncompressed): 334 MB Link: Password:
  2. (I prefer the Japanese box-art) Genre: Hack and Slash / Action RPG Size (compressed): 381 MB Size (uncompressed): 390 MB Link: Password:
  3. Plays like a Zelda game. Genre: Action Adventure Size (compressed): 40 MB Size (uncompressed): 99 MB Link: Password:
  4. So Sega announced they will bringing a bunch of games to the PC. Starting with Yakuza 0, followed by Kiwami and Valkyria Chronicles 4. Yakuza 0 will be hitting Steam This first of August, with 4K resolution (which I don't care about). With a price tag of $20, hopefully this move will help them succeed in exposing the series to a wider player-base.
  5. I have search this anywhere, but did not get results https://store.playstation.com/en-ca/product/UP0005-PCSE00764_00-ADDCONTDLCD00010
  6. 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 While these aren't bad, they have a slightly different goal and are usually several years outdated.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]
  7. 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]
  8. So 14 years ago I passed by a man selling random CDs on the street. One of them had the PS1 logo on the side and had the photo of Sonic on it for some reason. Being the little fanboy I once was, I immediately bought this game for a whole buck 50, anticipating to play a Sonic game on my modded PS1. Long story short, I was disappointed that it wasn't what I hoped for. How dare Sega not make a game on its number 1 rival system?!?! Blasphemy!!!! Turns out it was a CD filled with Master System games. Which probably resulted me wasting time on it more than how much I would if it actually turned out to hold 1 Sonic game. (Rest assured, for It does include the crappy Master System version of Sonic) Found this CD a few days ago while cleaning up my parents' home. One thing I should warn you about is that the sound emulation is a bit off. Best played with external good music. For example: Size (compressed): 14 MB Size (uncompressed): 31 MB Link: Password:
  9. Genre: Horizontal Scrolling Shoot'em'up Size (compressed): 19 MB Size (uncompressed): 40 MB Link: Password:
  10. Genre: Card Battle / RPG Size (compressed): 53.6 MB Size (uncompressed): 128 MB Link: Password:
  11. Genre: Fighting Size (compressed): 77 MB Size (uncompressed): 128 MB Link: Password:
  12. Genre: Action / Educational Size (compressed): 5.7 MB Size (uncompressed): 16 MB Link:
  13. Genre: Puzzle Size (compressed): 13.4 MB Size (uncompressed): 32 MB Link:
  14. Might have spent more time with this game. If the girls' voices weren't so annoying Genre: Arcade / Card Collecting / Visual Novel / Rhythm Size (compressed): 60 MB Size (uncompressed): 128 MB Link: Password:
  15. Genre: 2D Fighting Size (compressed): 85 MB Size (uncompressed): 128 MB Link: Password:
  16. Considerably one of the "newer" PS2 games. Genre: Vertical-Scrolling Shooter (obviously) Size (compressed): 336 MB Size (uncompressed): 1.62 GB Link: https://mega.nz/#!yw5QXQQB!g770_jg0kNaYrl2vnr0m9mruUn-8W-6m5AJ2Ytcaics
  17. Sega GT 2002 Download: Password: [email protected] Size: 1,38 GB compressed Format: Folder XBE Tested on: Softmodded Xbox 1.6