Anyway, quoted from earlier
And now,i have hacked Fbax for Xbox to play Kof2003.
There are some Steps to do.
1.download the Hacked Fbax default.xbe HERE. and replace it on your Xbox Folder.( I have upload the file to mediabox Site)
2. Download the pmame.bin from the url inside the Readme and insert it into the Kof2003.zip,by repacking the zip rename it to Kof2003f.zip.
3. Look carefully to have the right s1.rom inside.
4. have Fun
This is NOT a supported release (much like Kawax+ and KawaxSE/Hex)
There are various problems that need to be discussed and I'll try and update them on this first post as much as possible.
Q: Does this hacked FBAx support all other "banned" games?
A: No, it does not - however, there is another version of this "hacked" FBAx floating around that does.
Q: Why is their a white block on the right edge of the screen?
A: This is caused by Razoola's Universe Bios.
Q: Why is my rom only playing in AES mode?
A: Apparently, FBAx has a bug where when it laods for the 1st time, it loads in AES mode despite the selection of MVS. See second post for fix.
Q: Which roms do I use? Mame or Kawax Dev.?
A: This was explained in the readme, but for reconfirming purposes, the Mame release should be used.
Q: Was there more than one Mame release?
A: To my knowledge, there was only ONE Mame release. However, there was a S1 fix that corrected the infinite time glitch in practice mode on the AES version. There have been rumours that there was a second Mame release.
Q: How do I play as the bosses?
A: Enable the debug bios (without AES/MVS options) and move above or below the top or bottom row of characters (Thanks Glitch for this info)(Prican25 for clarification)
Q: Do the standard Mid-Boss codes still work?
A: Yes, they do. (Remember, do them like a special move motion)
Q: Does KoF2k3 have transparencies?
A: From what I understand, the original dump with Mame MAY have transparencies. This would be strange because the neogeo hardware does not support this. There are Kawaks/Nebula transparency builds for "Alpha Blends" out there.
Edited by shadowjin, 20 February 2004 - 07:41 PM.