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Re: Sega Saturn GameBase

Fri Oct 28, 2016 11:32 pm

Hi .mad

Any chance you could reupload the sega saturn gambase as the links dont work aymore

Thank You

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.mad. wrote:Image

Saturn GameBase +Emulators +BIOS +DTLite
http://www.datafilehost.com/download-5a6dd5dc.html

Extras 1 of 2
http://www.datafilehost.com/download-e8eadb7f.html

Extras 2 of 2
http://www.datafilehost.com/download-bf8d51e2.html

Decided to release this as is.

SSF works pretty well if you use the same folders and daemon tools setup.

Yabause is a bit hit and miss with compatibility at the moment.
But is being updated regular.

no games included, just download, extract and link them.

some movie links don't work.
this is due to segagadomain moving 50 or so movie files from
./Game-videos02/ to ./Game-videos03/
and not fixing the link in the htm file.
These movies can be downloaded and linked directly if you have the 33GB of HD space.

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Sat Oct 29, 2016 9:17 am

Just in case it went under the radar, Mednafen now has Saturn emulation (x86_64 version only) and it blows all other Saturn emulators (including SSF) out of the water hands down.

http://mednafen.fobby.net/

It's commandline based though, no GUI.

Here's a few examples of games I have setup to run with scanlines:
Single disc games:

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mednafen.exe -ss.scanlines 40 -ss.special nn2x -ss.stretch aspect_int -video.driver opengl -video.glvsync 0 -video.blit_timesync 0 -ss.input.port1 3dpad -cd.image_memcache 1 -ss.cart auto [path to image]\(game).cue
Multi disc games:
Create a text document, then add your (game).cue files and save it as (game).m3u

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mednafen.exe -ss.scanlines 40 -ss.special nn2x -ss.stretch aspect_int -video.driver opengl -video.glvsync 0 -video.blit_timesync 0 -ss.input.port1 3dpad -cd.image_memcache 1 -ss.cart auto [path to image]\(game).m3u
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Sat Oct 29, 2016 12:03 pm

Retroplay wrote:Just in case it went under the radar, Mednafen now has Saturn emulation (x86_64 version only) and it blows all other Saturn emulators (including SSF) out of the water hands down.
While Saturn is only in the early stages of development in mednafen. The progress looks very promising indeed.
Definitely one to keep an eye on.

the old gamebase reuploaded...
https://mega.nz/#!n8pV2QgY!9brYsoYBXcD_ ... o1nzRI5yeQ

SF_012_beta_R4.zip (08/06/2013)
test version (09/08/2016)
http://www.geocities.jp/mj3kj8o5/ssf/index.html
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Sat Oct 29, 2016 12:39 pm

Thanks very much for the reupload .mad

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Re: Sega Saturn GameBase

Fri Nov 18, 2016 8:59 pm

.mad. wrote:Image
@.mad.

Maybe a bit of a noob question but how do you get your info tab icons to view at full size?
When I run the gamebase half of the icon is not shown and I cannot seem to find any way to increase the size of the tab.
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Re: Sega Saturn GameBase

Fri Nov 18, 2016 9:37 pm

taulore wrote: @.mad.

Maybe a bit of a noob question but how do you get your info tab icons to view at full size?
I edited and recompiled the Gamebase source code for 32x32 icons.

It is not a feature you can select. :)
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Fri Nov 18, 2016 9:52 pm

Well, it looks good.

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