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File Name: NHL Pro Sport Hockey 2016 File Submitter: Baron von Lector File Submitted: 28 Sep 2015 File Category: NES This was a collaborative effort between myself (hex editing), Bodom and stalltalk (ratings). There are 24 teams on the ROM. I kept most of the original teams, with a few exceptions (Hartford out/Anaheim in, San Jose out/Dallas in, New Jersey out/Nashville in, Quebec out/Colorado in). I based the rosters off of the depth charts on RotoWorld.com. Also, to give the game more of a Tecmo feel, I swapped out the main game font and replaced it with the font from Tecmo Super Bowl. Click here to download this file
3,859 downloadsThis ROM is based on the upcoming 2015-2016 NBA season. Using ESPN.com's depth charts, the rosters are accurate as of 9-15-15. Most of the work was done using Emuware's Tecmo NBA Manager, however, there were many aspects of the game that couldn't be changed using the editor. For this, I used FCEUX's hex editor and Tile Layer Pro. Using these additional tools, I was able to update team logos (Oklahoma City Thunder and Washington Wizards), remove obsolete hairstyles (mustaches, boxy flat-tops) and replace them with more current head accessories (long hair, headbands, and Jahlil Okafor's exploding afro), replace instances of "1991-92" with "2015-16", and other miscellaneous items. Along with roster updates, I (to the best of my knowledge) fixed the ratings to reflect the real-life counterparts. However, there is one small minor issue that doesn't affect gameplay, but can be annoying if you're all about 100% accuracy. There are some mercenaries in the game (Festus Ezeli, Mike Miller, Joey Dorsey, and Spencer Hawes) that try to ruin the simulation experience during season play. For some strange reason, these players, regardless of how I rate them (and they're relatively low-rated), end up leading the league in scoring with 30+ points-per-game every season. I don't know why this is. If you can ignore them, right underneath them will be Lebron James, Carmelo Anthony, Kevin Durant, Russell Westbrook, and the rest of the NBA elite. Like I said, it's just a small detail issue. There are 27 teams in the game. Nashville, Toronto, and New Orleans were the three teams that were left out. Enjoy!