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  1. TL;DR: If you're just here for a PS1 BIOS for a emulator, most emulators request the SCPH-1001 BIOS and you can get there here SCPH-1001 - NTSC-U/C - 2.2 (1995-12-04) [Hidden Content] Side note. Retroarch is stupid, if using my bios pack for retroarch use SCPH-5500.BIN, SCPH-5501.BIN and SCPH-5502.BIN. Then you will have to rename then to SCPH5500.BIN, SCPH5501.BIN and SCPH5502.BIN then put them in the /retroarch/cores/system folder. Info: Well with that out of the way let's get into it. This thread contains almost every legit PlayStation BIOS that can
  2. Ace Combat 3 Electrosphere NEMO v2.0 English Patch AKA [International Edition v2.0] Tested and Working: MM3 Mod-chipped PlayStathion SCPH-9002, pSX v.13 Please note that the first disk was the only one that was tested properly as I didn't play enough of the first disk to need the second disk. The second disk dose boot and get to the bit where it asks you to stick the first disk back in though. Info: This game has been patched with the NEMO v2.0 English patch that can be found here https://projectnemo.net/ Please note that this translation patch only really covers the story
  3. ダンスダンスレボリューション ベストヒッツ Title: Dance Dance Revolution BEST HITS Developer: Konami Publisher: Konami Genre: Rhythm Release: 2000/12/21 CERO Rating: 全年齢 Download: [Hidden Content] First Japanese Dance Dance Revolution game I ever own, songlist is based from DDR 1stMIX to 3rdMIX CS.
  4. Dance Dance Revolution EXTRA MIX Title: Dance Dance Revolution EXTRA MIX Developer: Konami Publisher: Konami Genre: Rhythm Release: 2001/06/07 CERO Rating: 全年齢 Download: [Hidden Content] Final Japanese DDR game with Solo mode (6-panel), a DDR compilation game featuring songs from DDR Solo 2000, BASS MIX and 4thMIX PLUS.
  5. Dance Dance Revolution 5thMIX Title: Dance Dance Revolution 5thMIX Developer: Konami Publisher: Konami Genre: Rhythm Release: 2001/09/20 CERO Rating: 全年齢 Download: [Hidden Content] Final Japanese Dance Dance Revolution game on PS1.
  6. Ace Combat 3 Electrosphere エースコンバット3 エレクトロスフィア Ēsu Konbatto Surī Erekutorosufia Tested and Working: ePSXe 2.0.5, pSX v1.13, PCSX-Reloaded 1.9.92-win32 Had some sound issues with PCSX-Reloaded but I think that was just down to my settings / not using the right sound plugin. The first disk was the only one that was tested properly as I didn't play enough of the first disk to need the second disk. The second disk dose boot and get to the bit where it asks you to stick the first disk back in though. Cover Scans: Download: Disk 1 [Hidden Content] Disk 2
  7. Dance Dance Revolution KONAMIX Title: Dance Dance Revolution KONAMIX Developer: Konami Publisher: Konami Genre: Rhythm Release: 2002/04/25 ESRB Rating: E Download: [Hidden Content] Final Dance Dance Revolution PS1 game in the US and its all Konami Originals hence the name.
  8. Xenogears Download: INFO: You need WinRAR 5.21 / 7-Zip 15.12 or newer to extract the archive. Packaged as RAR5 Password: [email protected] Size: ~600MB Both Discs together Format: BIn Tested on: ePSXe v1.6.0
  9. サルゲッチュ Title: サルゲッチュ Title (Romanji): Saru! Get You! Developer: SCE Japan Studio Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment Genre: Platformer Release: 1999/06/24 CERO Rating: 全年齢 [Hidden Content] Other Regional Versions (Credit: Valarion) |
  10. B.L.U.E. Legend of Water BLUE Legend of Water ブルー レジェンドオブウォーター Tested and working: SCPH-9002 phat PS1 with a MM3 modchip Cover Scans: Download: [Hidden Content] Password for RAR file:
  11. 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. [Hidden Content] 2. Download the BIOS generation patch: [Hidden Content] 3. Patch BIOS.7z with the UPS file above at the following website to generate the BIOS pack: https://www.marcrobledo.com/RomPatcher.js/ 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(nothin
  12. PSX NTSC-J Master List PSX NTSC-J マスターリスト The master list for all PSX games from the Japanese Region (NTSC-J). # A Ace Combat 3: Electrosphere B B.L.U.E Legend of Water Bakusou Kyoudai Lets & Go!! Eternal Wings C Cotton Games D Dance Dance Revolution 5thMIX Dance Dance Revolution EXTRA MIX Detana Twinbee Yahoo! Deluxe Pack DoDonPachi (Taikenban) Dragon Ball Z: Ultimate Battle 22 E F G H Hermie Hopperhead: Scrap Panic
  13. Ape Escape Title: Ape Escape Developer: SCE Japan Studio Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment Genre: Platformer Release: 1999/07/02 (EU) PEGI Rating: 3+ [Hidden Content] Comes in two versions: Untouched game for emulators and the cracked version if you plan to use on actual hardware such as the PS2 or PS3. Other Regional Versions: (Credit: Valarion) |
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