Borisz said:I know thats its not a good direct comparison but the guy specifically said something along the lines that no Saturn game can live up to Mario 64 because the Saturn is only capable of displaying grainy, pixelated graphics.
Another authorized clone of Saturn. There are two versions of this system, both light-grey. The casing is similar to that of any standard Saturn. "V-Saturn" is printed on top of the machine.
RG-JX1: Model with oval buttons. Two toned gray with black as bottom second tone.
RG-JX2: Model with round buttons. Two toned gray with darker gray as bottom color. From inspecting the later version, it is identical in every way to the Sega machine aside from color and markings, to the point one can suspect both are made by the same people, or at minimum are made out of exactly the same parts (all the plastic moldings are identical etc.). The boot-up sequence on a V-Saturn has the polygons form a V-Saturn logo instead of the SegaSaturn logo, of course. The boot-up screen on the second one shows "Ver. 1.01" just as it does on white Saturns have been seen to do...
Open the file named "default" under the "Message" directory with notepad and put "english" in the top row. That will change status messages to English. If its an actual ingame text, make a screenshots of it and I'll try translating it.d+pad said:Hey Borisz,
First of all, great shots - thanks for sharing them!
Second - did your Saturn Bomberman shots come from SSF? I have both the E and J versions of this game, and can get both running on my actual Saturn machine, but when I try to play it on SSF (ver. 0.07 beta R2) I get an error. Can't tell you what the error is 'cause it's in Japanese
I've gotten plenty of other games to work, though - Sexy Parodius, Shining Force 3, Guardian Heroes, and even Radiant Silvergun (though this one runs a bit slow).
Do I need to download an older version of SSF?