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Super Streetfighter 2 and Strider on X68000X


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I am presuming a lot of you use the sharp x68000 emulator for called x68000x.anyway i had been having trouble getting super streetfighter 2 to work on this emu because it is a five disc game so a lot of disc swapping is nessacery.

but today i found a .hdf(hdd file image) for the game and it works great.no disc swapping or long load times.

just make sure and overclock the cpu to 24mhz in the options,also make sure and place the game in hard drive option.

 

vid.

 

i also have a hdfile for strider on the x68000,again a very hard file format for this game to find.

 

these are both pretty much arcade perfect ports in my opinion.

 

if you want links to download these 2 hdf files just say in this thread and i will PM you.

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1) Can I have the links plz

 

2 ) Is there a set of hdf ?

I have the Tosec set lined up, but it's all seperate discs

 

3) Is there a guide on how to build these hdf from disc images ?

 

4) x68000 is an unknown machine to me, so could you recommend some games,

pref. games that are x68000 exclusive,

or when the x68000 version outclasses other systems

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1) Can I have the links plz

 

2 ) Is there a set of hdf ?

I have the Tosec set lined up, but it's all seperate discs

 

3) Is there a guide on how to build these hdf from disc images ?

 

4) x68000 is an unknown machine to me, so could you recommend some games,

pref. games that are x68000 exclusive,

or when the x68000 version outclasses other systems

1)link sent.

2)no there isnt a set of hdf images as far as i know.

3)not sure of a guide either that is why whenever i find these hdf images for x68000 i grab them.really though you just need hdf images for the games that are more than 3 discs.the normal 2 disc games take little time to load.

4)the x68000 was basically a japanese computer with more or less the same specs as the old capcom cps1 arcade board.

as for games where to begin.

fantasy zone(16bit version of the sega master ssytem original)

bubble bobble(just for the music alone)

cho rensha

gradius 2

gradius

salamander

new zealand story

final fight(arcade perfect port and lets you play 2 players unlike the snes version)

ghouls n ghosts or daimakamura(arcade perfect)

castlevania/akumajo dracula(16 bit upgrade of the original nes castlevania)

atomic robo kid

alien syndrome

bomber man

afterburner

chase hq

bonanza bros

detana twin bee

darius

dragon spirit

dynamite duke

galaga 88

image fight

nemesis 90

nemesis 93

new zealand story

parodius da

puyo puyo

r type

salamander

space harrier

xenon 2 megablast

gradius

gradius 2

there are also loads of homebrew games.

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1) Thx for the links.

 

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2) I read that hdf used to be part of TOSEC under the old x68000 guy,

but was removed from the set by the new people for unknown reasons.

So there has been a set and somebody might have it still.

 

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3) Those are all great games, but nearly all have an arcade counterpart.

And Castlevania was ported to PSX with a upgraded stuff and offering new and original play modes

 

I'm interested more in games that are x68000 exclusive, like "zugya",

 

or versions that are better then other versions,

like "Thunderforce II" on x68000 owns Mdrive version,

with better sound and grafx and an xtra level.

 

Have any more tips like this ?

 

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PS : x68000 is an impressive machine with a nice game library. Wonder why I never looked into it before.

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final fight(arcade perfect port and lets you play 2 players unlike the snes version)
It's also far superior to the Amiga version which felt like a very early alpha that got released by mistake or rushing, pretty sure it was a rush job to get it out so we got that mess, having checked my X68000 set I have the SF2 one but not Strider, could you give me the link please?
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