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I haven't seen jetpak post in quite a while, I've wondered where he's gone to as well.
Last I knew (a few months back when we last talked privately) he was traveling long distance to visit his girlfriend in another state and was without internet while he was staying there. Don't know if that's the reason.
That would explain his month long absence anyways has anyone else picked up Jet Set Radio HD yet? I been loving it so far although I have to say having to restart my computer every once in a while to get the game to run at full FPS is something I hope they fix soon
     
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That would explain his month long absence anyways has anyone else picked up Jet Set Radio HD yet? I been loving it so far although I have to say having to restart my computer every once in a while to get the game to run at full FPS is something I hope they fix soon

From what I hear, the Framerate is locked to 30 and the crashing issues are overcame by deleting your save. Game needs patching.
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Wow.... that sounds like garbage.. having to delete your save?

And yes Captain I got a launch Wii, 3 Wiimotes, 3 Nunchuks, 2 Classic Controller Pro, Wii Fit Plus balance board and 5 games for $150...Seemed like a great deal. Craigslist... though now I have many more games than that xDD
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Wow.... that sounds like garbage.. having to delete your save?
And yes Captain I got a launch Wii, 3 Wiimotes, 3 Nunchuks, 2 Classic Controller Pro, Wii Fit Plus balance board and 5 games for $150...Seemed like a great deal. Craigslist... though now I have many more games than that xDD

I recommend running your backups with a loader like USB Loader GX. The Wii's only spin burn backup disc's at 3x when soft modded vs 6x retail/chipped. Doesn't seem affect GameCube games though but alot of Wii games will skip like a mother. I think the GCN games were only 1.5x - 3x anyway.

Anywho, have fun and check out some of the awesome homebrew and the USB Loader for your backups. The Wii will backup your discs to an external (for your personal use tongue.gif ) with Loader GX thumb.gif
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Crashes? First I've heard of them, my problem is that the game will run incredibly slowly (no frame rate skips just like the game in running in molasses) and the only way to fix it is via a computer restart but I guess the only thing to do is wait for a patch...
Anyways neurotix pretty cool! thumb.gif Although I have to wonder Captian why would the Wii spin the burned games at only 3x when soft-modded?
     
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Although I have to wonder Captian why would the Wii spin the burned games at only 3x when soft-modded?

I would imagine it having to do with not launching the game from the disc channel. Anyway, I have no interest in running burns I just like backing my disc's up to the HDD. It's convenient, faster and saves me from handling my disc's anymore than necessary. What's more, the Loader does the work for me. Put in my Retail game and tell it to install. Just like Xbox except I can take the game disc out when done. thumb.gif

We probably shouldn't be having this discussion here anyway because a MOD may think we are talking piracy when we aren't =/
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I would imagine it having to do with not launching the game from the disc channel. Anyway, I have no interest in running burns I just like backing my disc's up to the HDD. It's convenient, faster and saves me from handling my disc's anymore than necessary. What's more, the Loader does the work for me. Put in my Retail game and tell it to install. Just like Xbox except I can take the game disc out when done. thumb.gif
We probably shouldn't be having this discussion here anyway because a MOD may think we are talking piracy when we aren't =/
Interesting... but yeah anyways good point being MOD-ed is never a fun thing anyways to awkwardly change the subject anyone here play Sands of Destruction on DS (Sega game in case you haven't heard of it)
     
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I recommend running your backups with a loader like USB Loader GX. The Wii's only spin burn backup disc's at 3x when soft modded vs 6x retail/chipped. Doesn't seem affect GameCube games though but alot of Wii games will skip like a mother. I think the GCN games were only 1.5x - 3x anyway.
Anywho, have fun and check out some of the awesome homebrew and the USB Loader for your backups. The Wii will backup your discs to an external (for your personal use tongue.gif ) with Loader GX thumb.gif

Yeah I already have 21 games on a USB HDD and I also use USB Loader GX, mainly because the others don't work well (I hate CFG it always hangs and Neogamma is for WBFS only).

I also have about 35 Wiiware games on an SDHC card... xDDD Cave Story is awesome.
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Interesting... but yeah anyways good point being MOD-ed is never a fun thing anyways to awkwardly change the subject anyone here play Sands of Destruction on DS (Sega game in case you haven't heard of it)

I've heard of Sands of Destruction. It was made by a lot of the same people that made Xenogears and it's supposed to be similar. However I've heard it's incredibly easy, somewhat generic with characters and story, and basically pales in comparison to Xenogears...so I never bothered playing it.

Xenogears however is probably my second or third favorite RPG of all time behind FFIV and FFVI on SNES...
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I've heard of Sands of Destruction. It was made by a lot of the same people that made Xenogears and it's supposed to be similar. However I've heard it's incredibly easy, somewhat generic with characters and story, and basically pales in comparison to Xenogears...so I never bothered playing it.
Xenogears however is probably my second or third favorite RPG of all time behind FFIV and FFVI on SNES...
Yup that pretty much sums up the game, the people who worked on it was really the main selling point for me (well that and it's cheap price tag of $10) but I would have to say I disagree with the bland story/characters I found it interesting enough rolleyes.gif Although you are right in saying it is easy it is so pathetically easy to break the battle system (kind of like FFVIII) that most of the game becomes a cakewalk except for a few random difficulty spikes with flying bosses at which point I think they knew about their defective system because I cannot see how I would have won those without the breaking of battle system. Also those are some great choices for top RPGs my selection would probably be from 3-1 Phantasy Star IV, FFVI and Dragon Quest V thumb.gif also not Sega related but well we are kind of on the topic but what do you think of FFVII? I personally love it due to it being my first FF that I actually beat all by myself but I understand it is not the best of the series, anyways just asking what your opinion of it is considering I see so many people arguing about it.
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Yup that pretty much sums up the game, the people who worked on it was really the main selling point for me (well that and it's cheap price tag of $10) but I would have to say I disagree with the bland story/characters I found it interesting enough rolleyes.gif Although you are right in saying it is easy it is so pathetically easy to break the battle system (kind of like FFVIII) that most of the game becomes a cakewalk except for a few random difficulty spikes with flying bosses at which point I think they knew about their defective system because I cannot see how I would have won those without the breaking of battle system. Also those are some great choices for top RPGs my selection would probably be from 3-1 Phantasy Star IV, FFVI and Dragon Quest V thumb.gif also not Sega related but well we are kind of on the topic but what do you think of FFVII? I personally love it due to it being my first FF that I actually beat all by myself but I understand it is not the best of the series, anyways just asking what your opinion of it is considering I see so many people arguing about it.

Yeah I heard the same thing about Sands of Destruction and the flying enemies.

I may yet check it out but I have a HUGE list of RPG games I want to play that I haven't played yet. Some of them are The Last Story (Wii), Crystal Warriors (Game Gear), Shining Force Sword of Hayja (Game Gear), Terranigma (SNES), Earthbound (SNES), Dragon Quest 6 remake (NDS), there's more I'm forgetting but I have this huge backlog of RPGS I've either started and stopped midway or have just never gotten around to playing. It doesn't help that I've started playing Xenoblade again on my Wii...

My personal favorite RPGs would be something like:

1: Final Fantasy IV (my favorite game ever, the original SNES hardtype)
2: Final Fantasy VI
3: Xenogears
4: Chrono Trigger
5: Phantasy Star IV
6: Phantasy Star Online Blue Burst
7: Ragnarok Online
8: Final Fantasy 1 NES
9: Final Fantasy 3 Famicom

Something like that anyway.

About FF7- It's an amazing game that holds up well to this day and the first true 3D rpg that didn't suck ****. The story was convoluted and the translation was marred but it was still very playable. It was probably a bit too linear and I do prefer the character designs of Amano heavily over Nomura. I personally hate every FF after 9 and love every FF before 7. FF7 set the trend of manga character design that has produced utter trash like FF 13. However, even though I prefer the style of the high fantasy, medieval FFs (FF1-5) I still love FF7 and have probably spent over 300 hours on it over the years. I know it inside and out. I don't hate FF7 or FF8- I do hate FF12 and FF13. My favorite 32-bit FF is definitely FF9 though. Everything about it was great. It had a very balanced and playable combat system with no broken final boss killing summons or limit breaks. The "Quick Time Event" system, which let you see what other characters in your party were doing when your party split up in town, was a neat idea. The Hot and Cold minigame was super addictive. There were a ton of secrets and sidequests. It was also the funniest FF game, especially some of the situations with Steiner. The character art was great, whimsical and very fitting.

So overall I like FF7 and FF8, I love FF9, but my heart is really with the old style games (1-6).
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