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Nintendo World Cup 2014

ROM Editing Discussion Today, 12:58 PM
Tinkering around with the documentation that Knobbe and Dave sent me, I've managed to update the NES classic, Nintendo World Cup to reflect the 2014 World Cup using the FCEUX emulator's hex-editor.  Aside from roster updates and taking down the Berlin Wall (W.Germany becomes Germany), I've s...
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NBA 2015-2016

Off-Topic Yesterday, 11:47 PM
What are your thoughts on the upcoming season Brothers and Brothette's? Will the Cavs whoop ass again? Or will the Warriors reign supreme? Or will another team rise up out of obscurity and take the title? Cavs aren't healthy this time around which will lead to a playoff seed drop. Just curious ab...
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Tecmo Super Bowl 1985 -- QB Vikings NES

Other Games Yesterday, 02:17 PM
I BEAT THE 85 BEARS.    LONG LIVE THE PACK.   (rom link)   I love the 'drifting grapple' affect on this rom. When a pair of opponents grapple, they will sometimes slide one direction or the other depending on who's 'winning' the battle. This is especially cool if a ball-c...
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Non-plain text Hex-editing

ROM Editing Discussion Yesterday, 10:42 AM
I've recently gotten my feet wet using FCEUX's Hex-editor to modify some things within a ROM that aren't handled with a ROM editor.  Right now, I can edit text within a ROM if it shows up as simple plain text within the ROM (example:  Tecmo football and basketball games).    U...
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21 Years, Two Buttons, & One Video Game - Documentary - Tecmo Super Bowl


Recently, Joe Jenkins, a freelance reporter from New York, decided to revisit his youth by exploring the subculture of the game he loved so much as a kid: Tecmo Super Bowl. This mini-documentary chronicles what he found and why many people still play Tecmo to this day.

The filming took place from October through December 2012.
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Great documentary!

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