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PCB / Re: Master version differences indicative of "fixed" PCBs
« Last post by XtraSmiley on February 20, 2021, 03:10:21 PM »
Hello EOJ, it's been a few years, has anyone discovered the unknown differences from the final revision?

Mushihimesama
2004/10/12 MASTER VER (original version with the Maniac high score saving bug, 2P Ultra mode TLB reset bug, and Ultra unlockable via a code)
2004/10/12 MASTER VER. (Maniac high score saving bug fixed. 2P Ultra mode TLB reset bug fixed. Ultra unlocked from the start)
2004/10/12.MASTER VER. (Maniac high score saving bug fixed. 2P Ultra mode TLB reset bug fixed. Ultra unlocked from the start. Other changes unknown)
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Thank you for sharing!
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Thanks a lot for sharing. Subscribed to your channel!
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Very cool, thanks for sharing!
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I recently purchased this VHS, Vol.3 of the DDP Professional series by Team SOF, and I wanted to share it with the community.



Two-Three... DDP Professional Vol. 3 is the last video in the DDP Professional series made by Team SOF. Vol. 1 was a tape of DoDonPachi being played by ZBL-NAI, Vol. 2 is the famous DoDonPachi Campaign Version run by SOF-WTN, and Vol.3 features A-EX and B-EX runs of DoDonPachi Daioujou Black Label, played by GFA2-ISO. Two-Three was originally sold through Toranoana for 2,500 yen. This tape predates the superplay DVD played by HFD.

The VHS first shows the B-EX run with a score of 2,429,420,510 points, then the A-EX run with a score of 2,580,584,470 points. At the end of the tape they included a bonus video showing an impressive no miss play on Hibachi.

Here's a link to the video, recorded direct from the VHS:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RDaNsZHS-7g
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PCB / Re: Would you keep your PCBs if...
« Last post by Saroumane on February 17, 2021, 10:44:37 AM »
Thanks !
A few years ago I was playing Mushihimesama "HD" on a 1080p LCD : it wasn't pretty. A few months ago  I managed to play it on a 240p consumer CRT TV : better.
And tonight I finally found the right modeline to play it at 480p on a CRT PC Monitor : it's so gorgeous !
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High Scores - Individual Style / Re: BUF
« Last post by buffi on February 16, 2021, 05:13:45 PM »
New 1cc (with infinite lives glitch)
Pink Sweets: https://youtu.be/ETUJqrV1XME
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CAVE Games / Dodonpachi on MiSTer FPGA : accuracy ?
« Last post by Saroumane on February 15, 2021, 07:23:13 PM »
Hello fellow Cave lovers,

Have you heard of Dodonpachi running on MiSTer FPGA ? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lZEsi_Ncdjs

I wonder how PCB owners would rate its accuracy (for slowdown, sound, input lag) compared to the real PCB ?

(I played Dodonpachi in arcade 2/3 times and it was 10 years ago, so my memories are not enough !)
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PCB / Re: Would you keep your PCBs if...
« Last post by EOJ on February 15, 2021, 07:05:07 PM »
Yes, the X360 and steam ports with "HD" graphics have 480p sprites.
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PCB / Re: Would you keep your PCBs if...
« Last post by Saroumane on February 15, 2021, 07:02:59 PM »
Mushihimesama feels quite different on the PCB compared to the port (the slowdown speed is different). Not to mention the port has high resolution graphic sprites, so they don't look the same either.

If you cannot detect any differences between the PCB and ports/emulation, you might be better off selling the PCBs.

I just discovered this forum (from the thread that compares Cave PCB to their ports) and this comment is *exactly* what I was looking for.
So Mushihimesama (Steam version)'s native resolution is 480p right ? Or maybe 720p ? (but going so high will degrade backgrounds ?)

I'm asking because I'm looking for the "best" way to play this game (on a CRT). And I was blindly thinking that 240p on a CRT TV was the way to go. (picture on left)
But then I tried 480p on a PC CRT monitor (picture on the right), and it looks better for sprites *and* background ?!



(Yes it's Tate on left and Yoko on right)

Sorry if this it too much off topic, I will delete.
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