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    Zenith is a frontend and Windows interface (GUI) for the Zinc emulator. Grab the Snapshots Pack for Zenith here. (from the Readme.txt file located in the zip archive...) Installation ============ 1. Extract files from archive into ZiNc directory with overwrite "s11player.dll" file 2. Place ROM file "pr1data.8k" in the root of your C:\ drive. This file contained in the current MAME sets for all of the System 11 games (for example, Tekken). This file must not be in archive 3. Execute ZeNith.exe NOTE: ZeNith distributive included the files of others developers: - ZiNc OpenGL and D3D renderers 1.2 - P.E.Op.S. Software renderer 1.17 - Winterblast's input plug-in 1.6 - System 11 Player version 03/03/2006
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    From ArcadeControls: ZiNc is an [Windows] emulator for arcade video games based on Sony PlayStation hardware. This includes systems from Capcom, Taito, Konami, Tecmo, and Namco, among others. These games are also supported in MAME, but ZiNc can frequently run them faster and with graphics and sound enhancements (therefore not a full emulator, see also simulators). PLEASE NOTE: Zinc is best run with a Zinc frontend (Windows GUI interface). 1Emulation recommends the Zinc frontend, Zenith. What's this? ------------ ZiNc is an emulator for various arcade games which ran on modified Sony PlayStation hardware. It does not emulate any other games, including other 3D games. What's it play? --------------- To see a complete list of supported games, run ZiNc with the "--list-games" parameter. ZiNc attempts to provide the fullest possible emulation for each of these games while also running on relatively low-spec PCs. However, we don't guarantee perfect emulation for any of the games. Sound and/or music in particular may be incomplete or incorrect for certain types of games. ZiNc is not flexible enough to support games with analog controls. As a result, some games on supported hardware that you may have seen in MAME (such as Crypt Killer) are not included.
  3. It appears within the last 24 hours that leaked footage of the PS4 interface has appeared online. It seems to be from an early test kit, so the final version in stores may be slightly different. Nonetheless, it's pretty cool to see how it's going to look like.
  4. Honestly, letting go and looking at the bright side is probably the most effective approach. Unfortunately, sometimes my anger just wants to tell my rationality to fuck off
  5. I thought it would only make sense to also post the reason why we haven't seen an XBOX emulator for the PC (or at least a working one at that). A few weeks ago we posted the reason why we haven't seen a 3DS emulator in 2013. So why no XBOX emulator? Originally Posted by blueshogun96 from NGEmu.com
  6. Welcome to the site, Abeeha! Glad you enjoyed the review.
  7. Moved this to Gossip Cafe Welcome back Shiba! Drunk or not, it's great to see you back. Hmmm... what kinda beer you drinking? Making sandwiches, eh? I've always loved sandwiches more than plates of food. I like my Italian meats. A physics degree sounds pretty badass if you got the math (calculus and above) skills. LMAO.... New Jeep = Increased Ball Hair? That's a new one. Glad you're enjoying yourself! And ash trays in cars? Haven't seen that in a decade.
  8. Hahahaha. Yeah, I'm not surprised. But married? Eeehhhhhhhhhhh, not my cup of tea.
  9. Is it one of these? http://OCRemix.org http://www.vgmusic.com/music/console/nintendo/snes/ http://snesmusic.org/v2/
  10. Can you recommend a good commercial mechanical keyboard? For example, I was looking at these: http://www.amazon.com/CM-Storm-QuickFire-Rapid-Mechanical/dp/B0068INSUM/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1375666918&sr=8-1&keywords=mechanical+keyboard http://www.amazon.com/Rosewill-Mechanical-Keyboard-Cherry-RK-9000/dp/B004F38Y7Y/ref=sr_1_23?ie=UTF8&qid=1375666950&sr=8-23&keywords=mechanical+keyboard http://www.amazon.com/CM-Storm-QuickFire-Rapid-Mechanical/dp/B007VDFSG0/ref=sr_1_28?ie=UTF8&qid=1375666950&sr=8-28&keywords=mechanical+keyboard There don't seem to be many good ones for under $100
  11. Was watching this just now. Couldn't stop laughing. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AJckjhkG_4o
  12. I'm still asking myself the same question ... truth is I don't have time for a lot of serious relationships. Though, I've been in a few, but the last few years have been tough. No worries though. I enjoy dating... more freedom. P.S. Welcome back brother!
  13. It appears you are completely correct. It also seems the chip may have had a dual purpose to work as copy protection as well. But where were people buying copied SNES games?!?! I've never seen one in my life. The chip Street Fighter Alpha 2 apparently used is the S-DD1, which caused obvious load times in the game to load all the sprites at the "FIGHT" screen. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/S-DD1_chip#S-DD1
  14. It's funny seeing Street Fighter Alpha 2 on that list. I can specifically remember for years that game didn't work in any SNES emulator (borked graphics, but had sound). Sounds like this may have been the reason.
  15. I think many of our active or previously active members have become maybe a little cynical with the way 1Emulation has been ran the past few years. First and foremost, I will never take the full blame because that wouldn't make any sense. The emulation scene has changed greatly and a leader has to properly account for all of its staff members, as we all have our own personal lives and daily experiences to face outside of the Internet. Just browsing EFNET the other day (an IRC server) and checking out old IRC channels that I use to frequent only a few years ago, I was startled to find that many of them are now completely dead. When you look at the emulation scene as a whole, there's always been one very obvious split, emulation sites with roms (let's call them "rom sites"), and emulation sites without roms (let's call them "emulator sites"). When you look at what sites lead the emulation scene, it's predominantly the rom sites, and many would argue it always has been this way. However, it's also fascinating to see what emulator sites remain at the top (there aren't many), and to look at how they manage this. Our present goal with 1Emulation is to essentially use the "tools" these emulator sites are using while pushing our social media presence. Nobody said it would be easy, but it's fantastic that we are already seeing results. From increasing registrations on the forums, to monitoring an increase in site activity with Google Analytics, and finally a huge ranking boost on Alexa.com's Web Traffic Analyzer. Who's making this happen currently? Everyone. But specifically I'd like to mention the four: Sypherce, Hardcore Rikki, Robert, and Jitway. All four have been really pushing the site like I haven't seen in a long time. I want to personally thank them here and say we've got a long road ahead of us, but let's KEEP PUSHING! Hope is in the air.
  16. 1Emulation has been a little late with the social media scene. Believe it or not, we finally created our first Facebook page earlier this year! Of course, Facebook has been around now for about 8 years, so we certainly held back our social presence for much too long. Regardless, we're doing pretty well for starting as late as we have, and we now are on Twitter, and reddit as well. Join us as we're planning to make a huge come back in late 2013 and early 2014. The emulation scene won't be the same... Now for the big news -- we now have a new Facebook Admin. His name is Jitway and he's a veteran member of 1Emulation! He'll be posting some amazing stuff on our Facebook page, as it is continuously and automatically updated with our latest gaming, emulation, and homebrew news as well. You've got to join. Like us on Facebook and please welcome Jitway as our new leader of 1Emulation's social presence. Related Links »» 1Emulation on Facebook (Like us!) »» 1Emulation on Twitter (Follow us!) »» 1Emulation on YouTube (Subscribe!)
  17. I found out today that apparently Earthbound for SNES had built in anti-piracy protection against cartridge copiers back in the day. Apparently this game had Region Protection and many SRAM checks to see if the cartridge had only 8KB of ram. If the SRAM checks fail during game play, the game will increase in difficulty substantially to almost impossible to beat. Quite clever might I say from the developers for almost 20 years ago. Has anyone heard of other SNES games that employed similar measures? I just find all this quite fascinating. http://tcrf.net/Earthbound#Copy_Protection
  18. Sex would be nice if it was an always available commodity. Sadly, it currently isn't. Volume 20?!! No need to lose my hearing during the stress relief process! Guitar sounds like a great idea though. I have dabbled a bit at it, even grew some calluses on my fingers, but still nowhere near where I need to be. Sounds like a fine idea for meditative reasons. I shall do that.
  19. Thanks for the heads up on this. The issue is exclusive to the new release of the emulator itself, as I downloaded the file directly from the developer's website, and it was flagged with a virus. It appears that it may be a false positive (see here), but the results by VirusTotal are a bit out of the ordinary for a false positive. https://www.virustotal.com/en/file/fffaf047b2239d2dc861e63e8842ef6f54c04d441ebfe53ee8054719e07bc954/analysis/1375307050/ Anyway, I have removed the file from the download database for now. Sorry about that.
  20. Never even knew this stuff existed. The following links are not meant to advertise, but educate as to how this is possible. ED64 Plus? http://www.tototek.com/store/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=1_9_10&products_id=152 Or an extra piece of N64 128M ram to max out your ram to 256M? WHY WOULD YOU NEED THIS? http://www.tototek.com/store/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=1_9_10&products_id=116 Now this one really puzzles me... a GBA to SNES adapter? WTF!? http://www.tototek.com/store/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=1_33&products_id=168 Soooo.... is this stuff old or has it been around for a long time?
  21. Ever feel an enormous amount of anger in your bloodstream? So much anger that you want to release it on some poor inanimate object? I use to take my frustrations out on the punching bags, but I found that it would actually make me angrier. This has turned a simple problem into a more complex problem because now I am kinda stuck as to how to "vent" my anger. What am I pissed about? More or less, the inability to get things I want done. It's funny, when I'm on the computer, I've contemplated throwing my wireless mouse out the window more than a hundred times. I would say this is ordinary anger mixed with frustrations of daily life. So how do you go about working with your anger?
  22. Curious Jitway, how often do the assholes confront your sudden behavior shift? And if so, how do you spill it on them?
  23. Don't you have a lot of heart burn after all that coffee? If I have more than two cups, I get the insta-acidic-shits lol. It's got to at least make you super thirsty, as coffee is a diuretic? If not, your body must be quite strong.
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