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    Quote Originally Posted by Zaladane View Post
    Tralalalala~

    Tales of Vesperia definitive edition seems interesting so far
    one of the best in the Tales series.
    THE BEST METHOD to run PSX games (and everything else for that matter) is via Retroarch - http://buildbot.libretro.com/nightly/
    If you have any questions on how to set it up on Windows please feel free to ask, its very easy.


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    I got Tales of Versperia Def Edition on sale at BB some time ago. Also, the difficulty of Crash 4 is up there.

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    I can barely make any headway in the trilogy remake. Hard as hell, for me at least. Is Crash 4 harder than that?


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    I find Crash 4 to be the hardest, but you can play it without lives. So you can retry as many times as you like. I think Crash 1 and 4 have the highest in difficulty. Crash 2 and 3, it eases out. With Crash 3 being the easiest. Though I like platformers.

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    Ordered a used game but then got a new sealed game hehe

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    Sucks that EP had to disable their roms. Its hard to find first party Nintendo games. Especially those for GCN and Wii. The others are a bit easier to find.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LeftyGuitar View Post
    Sucks that EP had to disable their roms. Its hard to find first party Nintendo games. Especially those for GCN and Wii. The others are a bit easier to find.
    It's only harder to find working direct downloads tbh. Although I'm sure archive.org does have some stuff (well, they did but I haven't looked lately).
    Maybe there are some rare games (Japanese and some of the more recent Wii games) that are difficult to find dumps of, but the common popular games should be available via torrents.
    If not public then on private trackers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LeftyGuitar View Post
    Sucks that EP had to disable their roms. Its hard to find first party Nintendo games. Especially those for GCN and Wii. The others are a bit easier to find.
    Looking for anything specific or just generalizing?


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    Quote Originally Posted by deadlegion View Post
    It's only harder to find working direct downloads tbh. Although I'm sure archive.org does have some stuff (well, they did but I haven't looked lately).
    Maybe there are some rare games (Japanese and some of the more recent Wii games) that are difficult to find dumps of, but the common popular games should be available via torrents.
    If not public then on private trackers.
    I try to avoid torrents if I can. The archives can be really slow when downloading. My internet is slow enough as it is.

    @Zaladane, I'm just generalizing. Nintendo is really cracking down on piracy of their games.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deadlegion View Post
    Ordered a used game but then got a new sealed game hehe
    The dream!
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    Found out I have a extra copy of Dead Rising 2 to trade for in my steam games. Perfect for Halloween season.

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