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Attack_theTITANS

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About Attack_theTITANS

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    Pueblo, CO
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    Games, Guitar, Designing in Manga Studio, Unity, Anime, Learning Japanese
  1. Launching Pinabll FX2 without Steam?

    Yeah I did. I even tried using an older module I downloaded and a different version of Pinball FX2 to see if it would make a difference but none. I had it working a couple weeks ago and decided to start my Hyperspin project over from scratch, so this is really bugging me because I truly don't get what is going wrong
  2. Launching Pinabll FX2 without Steam?

    Mine is also a stand alone game. I didn't get it through steam, hell it isn't even istalled on my computer. But when I try to launch a table it says "Steam cannot be found" I followed the module notes too so I really don't get why this is happening
  3. Launching Pinabll FX2 without Steam?

    I'm having a hard time getting Pinball FX2 and Pinball Arcade to load without steam. They play by themselves without steam, but through RocketLauncher and Hyperspin, it says cannot find Steam etc... Any suggestions on what to do?
  4. Change Wheel Position?

    Ya I'll try to readjust the size of the wheel images. I'm willing to share the theme when i'm done but I'm not sure how to share it. Any suggestions, I've made themes, I've just never shared them for not knowing how lol
  5. Change Wheel Position?

    I'm setting up a PSP theme to look as close to the actual PSP XMB as possible (Just like loading a game from the PSP memory stick) The problem I'm having is the position of the wheel I need to move the wheel more to the left, and if possible stop with the main game a little more closer to the top (where the arrow is) Anyone have any idea how to go about doing this? Here's the mockup I made in Photoshop And here is how it is now so you can see where I have to move it from. (I know how to resize the wheel images and change the text location. I just haven't gotten around to it.)
  6. Multi-disc Gamecube Games

    Ya the other discs do not show up in RocketLauncher but I have tested Shenmue with Hyperspin and it does load the second disc when you get to that point in the game. So as far as I can tell it does work perfectly fine
  7. Multi-disc Gamecube Games

    This is what I did for my Dreamcast games. I'm pretty sure it would work with Gamecube as well. <game name="D2 (Disc 1)" index="" image=""> <description>D2 (Disc 1)</description> <cloneof /> <developer>WARP</developer> <crc /> <genre>Survival Horror</genre> <year>2000</year> <rating>ESRB - M (Mature)</rating> <enabled>Yes</enabled> </game> <!--<game name="D2 (Disc 2)" index="" image=""> <description>D2 (Disc 2)</description> <cloneof /> <developer>WARP</developer> <crc /> <genre>Survival Horror</genre> <year>2000</year> <rating>ESRB - M (Mature)</rating> <enabled>Yes</enabled> </game> <game name="D2 (Disc 3)" index="" image=""> <description>D2 (Disc 3)</description> <cloneof /> <developer>WARP</developer> <crc /> <genre>Survival Horror</genre> <year>2000</year> <rating>ESRB - M (Mature)</rating> <enabled>Yes</enabled> </game> <game name="D2 (Disc 4)" index="" image=""> <description>D2 (Disc 4)</description> <cloneof /> <developer>WARP</developer> <crc /> <genre>Survival Horror</genre> <year>2000</year> <rating>ESRB - M (Mature)</rating> <enabled>Yes</enabled> </game> --><game name="Dead or Alive 2" index="" image=""> <description>Dead or Alive 2</description> <cloneof /> <developer>Team Ninja</developer> <crc /> <genre>Fighting</genre> <year>2000</year> <rating>ESRB - T (Teen)</rating> <enabled>Yes</enabled> </game> Note the <!-- at the beginning of the 2nd disc and the --> at the beginning of the very next game (Dead or Alive 2 in this case) I found this trick in a Database in the downloads section of this site. Sorry for the late reply, I literally just found this, hopefully it helps some people.
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