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  1. Sega Mega Drive (Iapan) View File There's never been a true Japanese database and artwork for any given system I can think of, I've seen packs here and there, but this is different, I've worked on logos to match all cover arts, all released titles in Japan are covered here, including protos and unlicensed games to this region, all different names were fixed, since not all games have the same name across the globe. This is a complete Japanese Mega Drive database, not only exclusives, even program entries are here, mostly for the sake of the database and as a curiosity than any other practical use, also, all artwork is always nice to see, that's why having different regions for the same console is always relevant. This is a team work between Robin from LaunchBox/Emumovies and myself, we wanted separate regions and we're getting there, USA, Europe and Japan now complete. Carts: Logos: Submitter Aorin Submitted 12/07/2019 Category Databases (XML) Credits From SegaRetro to the gaming community in general.  
  2. Sega Mega Drive (Europe) View File There's never been a true European database and artwork for any given system I can think of, I've seen packs here and there, but this is different, I've worked on logos to match all cover arts, all released titles in Europe are covered here, including game compilations, protos and unlicensed games to this region, all different names were fixed, since not all games have the same name across the globe. This is a complete European Mega Drive database, including all games released in Europe, not only exclusives, even program entries are here, like Action Replay, mostly for the sake of the database and as a curiosity than any other practical use, also, all artwork is always nice to see, that's why having different regions for the same console is always relevant. This is a team work between Robin from LaunchBox/Emumovies and myself, we aimed separate regions and we're getting there, USA, Europe and Japan now complete. Carts: Logos: Submitter Aorin Submitted 12/07/2019 Category Databases (XML) Credits From SegaRetro to the gaming community in general.  
  3. Está realmente offline, acredito que a seção de tutoriais em geral está assim.
  4. Quais jogos não estão iniciando? Além dessas informações, gostaria que abrisse a CUE de cada um desses games e colasse o conteúdo aqui.
  5. Thanks! I'll update them (one day) since I learned, fixed and improved stuff over time.
  6. Thanks for contributing, great work.
  7. Hey, that's true, try that @NEO207 Talking about it, do you know if there's a way to make Hyperspin jump to the very next system/game instead of spinning randomly @Bungles?
  8. Well, if there's a way, I'm not aware of. I've been making some custom intro videos for my systems, and if they reach the 5 min limit, they are played until the end, anything longer than that will stop at the 5 min mark and it will go to the next system.
  9. As far as I know, there's a limit of 5 minutes for video playback with no option to change it.
  10. MUGEN - Main Wheel View File Simple Main Menu Wheels for MUGEN Submitter Aorin Submitted 06/20/2015 Category Main Menu Wheels HyperBase Version Credits Aorin  
  11. Taking a wild guess, this version, prior to the latest works here because I'm using Windows 10 LTSB, which only receives security updates, maybe the fixed version works for the normal Windows 10 builds, maybe you use this version? Anyway, if people are having similar crashes, it will be nice to have this HyperTheme version in the downloads section as a separate file.
  12. For some reason, hypertheme crashed for me in the latest Hyperspin update fix, since HyperLaunch and HyperTheme were also updated, I use the backed up Hypertheme instead, no clue why it happened. In case anyone has this crashing problems and want to give it a try, I'm posting my HyperTheme. HyperTheme.exe
  13. OK then, yeah the Escape button is a problem, which I solved by mapping "equal" instead for DosBox games, for example. About the module, I believe it's easy to add these systems, since I have a modified RA module that adds some systems that the old RA module doesn't have.
  14. @dark13 actually, I just came across this, probably something really new, so you can expect Daphne for Retroarch too. https://forums.libretro.com/t/daphne-retroarch-help-please/18820/1
  15. I believe you mean cores? Or you want an updated RA module that would work with these cores? I think you could run Sharp x68000 and Commodore 64, Sharp via MAME/MESS core and there's this core called Vice for C64, there's no Daphne option for RA. I've managed to run Philips CD-i via MAME/MESS core in Retroarch some years ago and it was playable. Personally I don't have any of the above systems but I can probably help you getting them to work in case you need it, except for Daphne :]
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