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  1. A. Arc Rise Fantasia US (UNDUB) B. Balloon Pop US Boom Street EU Burger Bot US C. D. Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 3 EU E. F. Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn US EU G. Ghost Squad US H. I. Impossible Mission US J. K. Kirby's Dream Collection US L. M. Mad World US Metroid: Other M JP (UNDUB) N. Need for Speed Nitro US New Super Mario Bros. Wii US O. P. Pandora's Tower EU (UNDUB) Project Zero 2 EU (UNDUB) Q. R. Resident Evil 4 US Rune Factory Frontier US US (UNDUB) Rune Factory Tides of Destiny US US (UNDUB) S. Sonic and the Secret Rings EU Super Mario All-Stars US T. Tales of Symphonia: Dawn of the New World US (UNDUB) Trauma Center: New Blood US (UNDUB) Trauma Center: Second Opinion US (UNDUB) Trauma Team US (UNDUB) U. V. W. X. Xenoblade Chronicles EU Y. Yamaha Supercross US Z. Zero: Tsukihami no Kamen JP [Fatal Frame 4: : Mask of the Lunar Eclipse] WiiWare: C. Crystal Defenders R1 & R2 F. Final Fantasy Chronicles - My life as a Darklord + DLC Final Fantasy IV - The After Years + DLC Fluidity L. Legend of Zelda,The - Majora's Mask Legend of Zelda,The - Ocarina of Time
  2. Screens: Story: The story takes place between SML2 and SML3 (Wario Land). "After having saved Princess Daisy in the four corners of the world... After having recovered his castle by chasing Wario... After having took vacations in the Mushroom Kingdom and Dinosaur Land... ...where Mario spend most of his time to save Peach and confront the hideous Bowser... Mario finally decide to get back to his peaceful castle of Mario Land... Peaceful...? Not so sure, his castle is closed, the 4 keys seems to have been dispersed all over the country. Who did it this time? Wario, Bowser, someone else? Maybe Luigi will tell you more?" DL: Original Thread: Works in SNES9x, ZSNES, and BSNES, hack by Lexator, Final version released in Beta, only in French at the moment. Demo
  3. 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]
  4. Genre: Racing Size (compressed): 14.6 MB Size (uncompressed): 32 MB Link: [Hidden Content] Password:
  5. Looks like Nintendo dominated the sales charts in March 2017 and outsold the PS4 (800K) and XB1 (500K), with the Switch selling over 906,000 units. This subject seems to be dominating the video game news across the entire web. It was said to be the "fastest-selling video game system in Nintendo history". All for Zelda, Breath of the Wild, it seems, since they sold over 925,000 copies of the new popular Zelda game, while only 460,000 Wii U copies were sold. $83,100,000 alone for one game + the $271,800,000 made from the console? Let's not forget the long line of people waiting to buy one still. That's insane. $354,900,000 made in March alone. Bravo, Nintendo, bravo. O_O I'm surprised, really, I thought the Wii U, would of played more into those stats, but I was dead wrong. Leave it to Nintendo, the master of hype, to sell a console with (basically) only one exclusive game at launch! Imagine if they released Pokémon Switch or something..there might even be riots for people want to buy a Switch at the early mornings! I can see the Switch sales dying down till the holidays though, but they surely will need a stronger line up with they want to keep that lead. So far the Switch hasn't impressed me with it's weak mostly-ports lineup. I mean, what the heck is Disgaea 5 "+ Expansion Pack" doing there? I feel kind of cheated, since I'm a big Disgaea fan and I see what basically is an expansion of Disgaea on there. Hopefully that will be on PS4 as well. Well, the Nintendo will get my business if they decided to bring the New Shin Megami Tensei overseas! I still fear a weakening 3DS library may be coming as well, since the Switch is already being marketed as being somewhat "mobile". I can see may accessories and console remakes in the future, knowing Nintendo. >_< (Oops, I noticed a related topic already made about this over month a ago. Feel free to delete this. I just woke up and didn't notice @[email protected])
  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.
  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. 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]
  9. 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]
  10. 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]
  11. 14 years later the jokes still held true! Source: https://www.newgrounds.com/portal/view/158631
  12. Genre: Role-Playing Game Size (compressed): 18 MB Size (uncompressed): 64 MB Link: Password:
  13. Screens: Hack Description: Do you like the "Pit of 100 Trials" side-challenges from the Paper Mario games? If you did, then you'll sure like this concept. 100 Rooms of Enemies is a enemy rush platformer that consists of 100 setups for the player to go through. Think of this as if you're in an arcade game; you essentially try to improve your record as you die many times. If you succeed to conquer Room 100, you'll be prized with a reward that stands as a reminder that you completed the game. What kind of prize? You'll have to improve all of your skills to find out!There are two versions of 100 Rooms of Enemies that you can try out:-100 Rooms of Enemies (Arcade Mode)A mode where you can die up to 5 times before restarting...-100 Rooms of Enemies (Do or Die Mode)A mode where you only have one shot to get through all 100 rooms. How far can you go in this mode?!Now here's my question: do you have the strategies and skills to conquer all 100 Rooms? DL: Original Thread: Hack by Daizo Dee Von, it's like Paper Mario's "Pit of 100 Trials", with also the "Final Four" like Kirby's "The True Arena". Bonus (Soundtrack):
  14. Super Smash Bro's Melee (NTSC) (v1.02) Information: Base game, no changes, direct rip from a CD. Not my dump, but found it and decided to re-upload it for you lovelies here~ This game is compatible with the NetPlay Community Packs, and other Melee mods are working. File Information: Size Compressed: 0.98GB Size Decompressed: 1.35GB Download: Password: [email protected] [Hidden Content] Tested on Dolphin 5.0 and FasterMelee5, both work, although I personally have no been able to get NetPlay to work. Your results may very.
  15. Genealogy of the Holy War ^dumbass name. In loving memory of our most-loved @RedTwintails, who had the patience as a 10-year-old that just lost at CoD. Rest in peace. (Same ROM that was uploaded by Yukiko) Genre: Tactical RPG Size (compressed): 2.58 MB Size (uncompressed): 4 MB Link: Password:
  16. Feel free to post your Nintendo Switch Friend Codes here. Include what games you play and what region you are from I will collect all posted here in the thread in this main post over the time. ~Yukiko
  17. Genre: Action / Puzzle Size (compressed): 23.7 MB Size (uncompressed): 64 MB Link:
  18. Genre: Racing Size (compressed): 13 MB Size (uncompressed): 32 MB Link:
  19. Genre: Simulation Size (compressed): 18 MB Size (uncompressed): 32 MB Link:
  20. Genre: Action RPG Size (compressed): 12 MB Size (uncompressed): 32 MB Link:
  21. AKA: Fuuin no Tsurugi No high-res cover, so here's an image I found off Zerochan: Here's the cover if anyone is interested: Screenshots are from the first 1 hour of gameplay, but the translation is 100% complete. Done by Dark Twilkitri. Genre: Tactical RPG Size (compressed): 2.5 KB Size (uncompressed): 8 MB Link: Link to the original ROM: (JAP) [Hidden Content] Password:
  22. Genre: Action / Adventure Size (compressed): 12.6 MB Size (uncompressed): 16 MB Link:
  23. Genre: Action / Racing Size (compressed): 10 MB Size (uncompressed): 32 MB Link:
  24. Genre: RPG Size (compressed): 17.5 MB Size (uncompressed): 32 MB Link: