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What arcade system do CvS 1 and/or 2 use? And does anyone know if it will be emulated anytime soon because I actually enjoy those games a lot. SVC Chaos rules and I loved CvS 1 and 2 on console.

So does anyone know if they will be emulated anytime soon? I know that SF3 is a long way off because the CPS3 system is hard as hell to crack.

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CvS 1, CvS2, and CvSpro all run on NAOMI hardware which won't be emulated for a long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long time

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CvS2 Use NAOMI. CvS1 and CvS Pro uses Playstation hardware... Two different things. Or am I just talking out of my ass?

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you're talking out of your ass I'm afraid, cause there were ARCADE VERSIONS of CvS1 and CvS Pro(japanese arcade only I think)

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you're talking out of your ass I'm afraid, cause there were ARCADE VERSIONS of CvS1 and CvS Pro(japanese arcade only I think)

Ahhh, of course, you were talking about the arcade versions. :-D

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yeah, but anyways, the arcade version for pro only came out in japan I think

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CvS 1, CvS2, and CvSpro all run on NAOMI hardware which won't be emulated for a long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long time

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That sucks! Is the hardware that hard to decrypt?! What about CPS3? I know that will take a lot of time.

How many years is a long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long time? Like 3 years...4 years...20 years?

Oh well. Atleast I have nice NeoGeo to keep me busy ^_^

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CPS-3 has a PCB coupled with a DVD type disc (GDROM?) The disc does all the decryption (or was it the other way around?). There are dumped CPS-3 games but no emulators to run them.

Basically, you'd need the actual ROM dump + an ISO of some kind working in tandem.

EDIT: The disc contains the game and the PCB the decryption routines and other vital instructions (and some other game data).

The CPS-3 has a SCSI CD ROM (the disc), the PCB holds RAM and Flash RAM.

Edited by Agozer, 31 December 2003 - 09:29 PM.


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not to mention that NAOMI hardware is basically a dreamcast but bigger and more powerfull(waaay more powerful). You expect naomi to be emulated if dreamcast isn't?

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not to mention that NAOMI hardware is basically a dreamcast but bigger and more powerfull(waaay more powerful). You expect naomi to be emulated if dreamcast isn't?

You're so right. :lol: Something like this should be crystal clear, but apparently it's not...

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This is depressing. I read about the NAOMI specs earlier today and was amazed. I didn't know it was that powerful. And just think, a lot more great games will come out for that and it'll be forever till we can play it :lol:

I wonder how much longer Playmore is going to use the NeoGeo system...I hope forever.




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