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  1. Got this idea from a other Gaming/Collecting forum i am part of. Here you can post all that Gaming related stuff you bought on eBay,Amazon,Flea Market or other store thingy etc Maybe we are not all leecher and support companys that makes games you/we like
  2. Strider 1&2 Restorations Download: INFO: You need WinRAR 5.21 / 7-Zip 15.12 or newer to extract the archive. Packaged as RAR5 Based on this hack. Password: [email protected] Size: 223 MB compressed Format: bin, .cue Tested on: ePSXe v1.6.0
  3. An ISO that contains the first 3 Crash Bandicoot games. Genre: Platfomer Region: ...no clue, probably NTSC Size (compressed): 240 MB Size (uncompressed): 600 MB Tested (and completed) on pSX 1.13. Link:
  4. Press Reset: Ruin and Recovery in the Video Game Industry By Jason Schreier [Hidden Content] Info: File Size: 262 MB Format: .RAR / .MP3 (Single File) Description: From the bestselling author of Blood, Sweat, and Pixels comes the next definitive, behind-the-scenes account of the video game industry: how some of the past decade’s most renowned studios fell apart — and the stories, both triumphant and tragic, of what happened next. Jason Schreier’s groundbreaking reporting has earned him a place among the preeminent investigative journalists covering the world of video games. In his eagerly anticipated, deeply researched new book, Schreier trains his investigative eye on the volatility of the video game industry and the resilience of the people who work in it. The business of videogames is both a prestige industry and an opaque one. Based on dozens of first-hand interviews that cover the development of landmark games — Bioshock Infinite, Epic Mickey, Dead Space, and more — on to the shocking closures of the studios that made them, PRESS RESET tells the stories of how real people are affected by game studio shutdowns, and how they recover, move on, or escape the industry entirely. Schreier’s insider interviews cover hostile takeovers, abusive bosses, corporate drama, bounced checks, and that one time the Boston Red Sox’s Curt Schilling decided he was going to lead a game studio that would take out World of Warcraft. Along the way, he asks pressing questions about why, when the video game industry is more successful than ever, it’s become so hard to make a stable living making video games — and whether the business of making games can change before it’s too late.
  5. Blood, Sweat, and Pixels: The Triumphant, Turbulent Stories Behind How Video Games Are Made By Jason Schreier [Hidden Content] Info: Written by Jason Schreier Read by Ray Chase Bitrate: 64 Kbps File Size: 220 MB Format: .RAR / .MP3 (Single File) Description: Developing video games - hero’s journey or fool’s errand? The creative and technical logistics that go into building today’s hottest games can be more harrowing and complex than the games themselves, often seeming like an endless maze or a bottomless abyss. In Blood, Sweat, and Pixels, Jason Schreier takes listeners on a fascinating odyssey behind the scenes of video game development, where the creator may be a team of 600 overworked underdogs or a solitary geek genius. Exploring the artistic challenges, technical impossibilities, marketplace demands, and Donkey Kong-size monkey wrenches thrown into the works by corporate, Blood, Sweat, and Pixels reveals how bringing any game to completion is more than Sisyphean - it’s nothing short of miraculous. Taking some of the most popular, best-selling recent games, Schreier immerses listeners in the hellfire of the development process, whether it’s RPG studio Bioware’s challenge to beat an impossible schedule and overcome countless technical nightmares to build Dragon Age: Inquisition; indie developer Eric Barone’s single-handed efforts to grow country-life RPG Stardew Valley from one man’s vision into a multimillion-dollar franchise; or Bungie spinning out from their corporate overlords at Microsoft to create Destiny, a brand-new universe that they hoped would become as iconic as Star Wars and Lord of the Rings - even as it nearly ripped their studio apart. Documenting the round-the-clock crunches, buggy-eyed burnout, and last-minute saves, Blood, Sweat, and Pixels is a journey.
  6. A History of Video Games in 64 Objects By The World Video Game Hall of Fame Download: [Hidden Content] Info: File Size: 208.6 MB Format: .RAR / .MP3 (Multiple Files) Description: Inspired by the groundbreaking A History of the World in 100 Objects, this book draws on the unique collections of The Strong museum in Rochester, New York, to chronicle the evolution of video games, from Pong to first-person shooters, told through the stories of dozens of objects essential to the field’s creation and development.
  7. Tales of Phantasia English Patched Download: INFO: You need WinRAR 5.21 / 7-Zip 15.12 or newer to extract the archive. Packaged as RAR5 Based on this two patches Absolute Zero and Phantasian Productions Password: [email protected] Size: 260MB each MB compressed Format: ISO, bin,cue Tested on: ePSXe v1.6.0
  8. Below is an empty 7zip file that can be patched to recode it so that it's a 7zip file with an extensive PSX BIOS pack inside it. 1. Download the empty 7zip file. [hide][Hidden Content]] 2. Download the BIOS generation patch: [hide][Hidden Content]] 3. Patch BIOS.7z with the UPS file above at the following website to generate the BIOS pack: [Hidden Content] NOTE: file patches are legal and nothing copyrighted was posted in this thread. You can view the BIOS.7z file posted above in a hex editor, it's all zeroes(nothing).
  9. Final Fantasy IX Quick ATB Speed Download: INFO: You need WinRAR 5.21 / 7-Zip 15.12 or newer to extract the archive. Packaged as RAR5 I used this HACK here on the V1.0 US version to increase the speed. Hack Readme: Password: [email protected] Size: 1,44 all 4 DISCs GB compressed Format: bin, .cue Tested on: ePSXe v1.6.0
  10. Tear Ring Saga English Patched 1.03 Download: INFO: You need WinRAR 5.21 / 7-Zip 15.12 or newer to extract the archive. Packaged as RAR5 Based on this Translation patch Password: [email protected] Size: 134 MB compressed Format: bin, .cue Tested on: PSone burned at 8x speed.
  11. Reminds me a little bit of Guardian Heroes. It's a fair game. Cute design, and no need for Japanese knowledge to play through it. The fighting is mediocre/average, and the enemy's voices surpass annoyance. Genre: Action, Beat'em'up Size (compressed): 91 MB Size (uncompressed): 278 MB Link: [Hidden Content] Password:
  12. Final Fantasy VII Re-Translation Download: INFO: You need WinRAR 5.21 / 7-Zip 15.12 or newer to extract the archive. Packaged as RAR5 Based on this Translation patch Password: [email protected] Size: 1,34 all 3 DISCs GB compressed Format: ISO Tested on: ePSXe v1.6.0
  13. Okay, first of all, big thanks to the awesome people that brought us this versatile emulator. PSX has ePSXe as the dominant emulator. However, setting up is a pain, with all the plugins and BIOS necessary to run it are taken fro different sources. But no fear, for I have included all of them in this upload. Now all that is left is to configure them. Which will do in what I hope to be a basic tutorial. I shall be using version 2.0.5. No difference between versions in terms of configuration, I picked this one because I just got it so I can move slowly with the configuration, and face the errors you might face. Note: Be sure you have DirectX and VC++ Redistributable. (You get them off of Google, not here) Link: (10 MB compressed, 12 MB uncompressed) Password: 1. We open the application to be greeted by the config setup: If you have accidently exited this window, or for some reason it wasn't displayed even though you're using the program for the first time, just go to config>Wizrad Guide. Now press on the config button. Just finished step one! Atta boy/girl/madeup gender! 2. Configure the BIOS: Here I only included the US one since I find that it plays all regions with no trouble. However, if needed, ask me for the other BIOS. For now, press on this one. (You can change the BIOS later in the Wizard Guide) FAQ: is all of this gonna be this easy? A: Hahahahahahaha. Not quite. 3. Configuring the Video: Here is where it gets a little tricky. Luckily there's a test button, though it doesn't help much. I've included all the video plugins, but not all of them will work. Depends on the software installed on your device. Or in my case, The plugin I least expect to work. <.< For now, I'll just pick one of the ones recommended to me by ePSXe. Going with Pete's OpenGL2 Driver 2.7 because why not. 4. Configuring the sound: Again, just pick your poison and move on. I use P.E.Op.S. If sound later doesn't work, try another plugin. Simple trial and error. Even monkeys can do it! Wow! 4/7 steps completed! You could use a break! Lol, no you don't. Because we're almost finished. Bear with it! 5. Configuring CDrom: Okay, so I mostly rely on ISOs, and most likely so will you. However, that doesn't mean this configuration isn't necessary. Why you might ask? ... ... Shut up, it's my guide. Here the recommended plugins seem a little bit old. However, they will most likely work. Again, trial and error is on our side. If one doesn't work, another will! 6. Configuring the Pads: Will you look at that, we're almost done! Okay, here we configure the buttons. I personally recommend you plug a controller first of all. Because PSX on a keyobard just feels wrong. Now press controller 1 and add the damn buttons! Now just press on the texts in the boxes with the cursor, and press the buttons you'd like to assign. Note: if you are using a controller and the program isn't detecting the buttons, change the input on the top right of the window if it is displaying "keyboard". Do what you have to do, and press OK, then Next. 7. Exit the MoFo! Okay, now press Done, and exit the program. 8. Enter the MoFo! What, you thought we finished? We need to test it out you dummy! 8.1. Additional step: (Window size) This is just something I do for conveniece sake. Wich is switching the game from fullscreen to Windowed. If you are against this idea, skip this step and move on to 8.5, starting... NOW! To change to Windowed, enter the program again, then go to Config>Video, and you will be greeted with this behemoth: Just press on Window mode on the top left. Note: Familiarize a little bit with this Window just in case it has something you might like to change. Like Desktop Resolution, etc. Here I changed a few things to match my needs, and try to get the most from the emulator. Hopefully without F'ing up: 8.5. Run teh game!!!! Press on File>Run ISO Now search for the bloody game! ... Found the bloody game! Choose one of the two files (recommend the .cue one) and you're good to go! 8.6. Messing up: What the bloody hell is this!?!? So I got this black screen that won't go away. I want it to go away. Don't panic, don't panic, don't panic... AH I'M PANICKING!! Okay, after my nervous breakdown was over, I found out this was most likely caused by the CPU overclocking option. Go to Options>CPU Overcloking> press on x1. Now you might ask why Overclocking is mispelled as as overcloking? ... ... ... ... ... ... Yes. Back to 8.5, RUN THE BLOODY GAME! Moment of truth. Ooooh I'm getting the chills! Oh lord it actually worked!!! Biscuits and tea for everyone! Bakura's extra: (infomercials) Alternative: the pSX1.13, or the grandfather of the current ePSXe. This is kind of like a basic version, with not much dazzling features, and it doesn't need any configurations. All it needs is the BIOS file (which I included in my upload). I say, while this old emulator is easier to launch, I still recommend ePSXe. Simply because that one is still being updated and is constantly fixing compatibility issues with certain troublesome games. And with some tweaks, you'll end up with marvelous graphics. Link: (34 MB compressed, 168 MB uncompressed) Password: Well that's it for today, tune in next time for a Sega Saturn emulator tutorial, brought to you by Bakura Does Stuff.
  14. Index of Thumbnails <--Exteranl link - or use list below. hosted by libretro I used jdownloader2 for a better'ish speed and the ability to download multiple files at a time. I found it rater difficult to download through the lakka (aka retroarch) interface (RaspberryPi2) so I searched for a way to side-load thumbnails and found this list. List as of post date:
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