Apologies to be a bother. I imagine it'll be hard to find full sets for certain consoles. More information can be found at the torrent's link. Just to be 100% clear, I am speaking of the Mother 1+2 Japanese release, for the Game Boy Advance. It is recommended you do not exceed 275mb of space used. Retro ones that don't take up too much space, sure.
Have fun and leave good comments or post good experiences. I've been adding as many Jap, Eur, Brazil, etc, titles as I can. Thank you for preserving not just games, but what has become part of pop culture for future generations. You'll have the North American, European and Japanese versions of all the games. Suggestion: redo the torrent properly.
The folder, when downloaded, is completely empty. Anyway for those concerned, I downloaded the zip files, and tested them with 7-zip, and it's all good. Also, there's currently no compensation for the differences in coversizes between nes, snes, gb, etc. I just re-size them for use with Wii, then make my own photoshop templates to add-on to the sets. Can we assume that all the files of the download work correctly? Hopefully they will be made useful somehow.
Goodsets basically collect together as many known dumps as possible into one set. Doesn't seem like I should be putting this in the reviews section but I'm not sure how else to bring this to the attention of the folks who put this lovely package together. Since this is still so early in development, I'm sure Fix94 will make an adjustement at some point. At least the official ones. Now I'm on a crusade of my own to get my hands on them.
Are full romsets of Nintendo's systems still available on the internet if you know where to go? Even some hacks are included in this one. Even games that were only released in one region. I've been tweaking coverflow's for various style boxes, check it out! Underground Gamer used to have lots of them, it's too bad that site went under. The extras include English translations, unreleased prototypes, unlicensed games, etc. I got a few updated collections to replace what wasn't already here, but this contains basically everything.
The other 14 we're replaced by their European counterparts, because at this point in time the European cover simply looks better. This is the scarcity principle at work. The power led should not come on. While these aren't bad, they have a slightly different goal and are usually several years outdated. It's nice to finally release them. If a dialog pops up to install drivers select install drivers.
I got the logo artwork for the spines from Hyperspin. Yes, there work is Fantastic! The extras include English translations, unreleased prototypes, unlicensed games, etc. I also added box covers for the games and a text file containing general information about each game. It was a ninja like one where you get powers as you kill bosses set out similar to ninja gaiden but the bosses were massive, anyway it's bound to be in here and if anyone knows what this game was will you save me time and comment please. I bear no responsibility for the accuracy, legality or content of these external sites or for that of subsequent links. Or maybe we'll see a release of some nice Full wrap around covers. I really appreciate all the work that has gone into the No-intro sets.
I hope everyone enjoys this work and thinks this is an awesome nes romset. Then power off snes and test to verify mod was successful. The old set was 18 covers, this one is 77 I made a template based on the 4 or 5 i'd seen floating around, and seam was nice enough to gather up most of the front and back covers for me. The good, the bad, hacks, multiple dumps, all there. And by the way, how big are these files when they are extracted? Contact the external site for answers to questions regarding its content.
How did you get and assemble this collection, as the No-Intro team directly stated themselves that they did not support downloading roms? All games are divided by system. If you do I will report your post. We all know that lately Nintendo has been on a crusade against rom sites. I triple checked to make sure. To think that I've been downloading games individually off of shoddy rom websites for most of the time I've been emulating.
Once kernel is dumped power off the nes. Some of them may not be able to be put to use right away, but down the line, who knows? Hopefully they will be made useful somehow. I'm not sure why this would be. An answer would be greatly appreciated. Omce process finished you will get a dialog stating you can now sync games and the light on the bottom left of hakchi should turn green. The real No-Intro collection is a data file for rom managers. I also added box covers for the games and a text file containing general information about each game.