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by Mouser X at 12:04 AM EDT on October 13, 2017
Congratulations Knurek! I always try to make sure my family is my top priority.

While I wouldn't be able to do any maintenance, I am curious about what's involved. My guess is that it's mostly time, and available bandwidth. Time spent researching proper names, release dates, and systems from which the rip originates, and bandwidth to confirm that the archive(s) uploaded properly. Like I said, I'm curious to know if I missed anything.

Also, it goes without saying, THANK YOU for all you've done over the years. I really appreciate that, across multiple Terabytes of data, there is a cohesive whole (mostly. Very rarely I've noticed some odd-ball [usually misspellings, with a proper spelling, but identical archive, uploaded later. Though, apparently the server is Linux based, because I've found a few that differ only in capitalization] archives slip past). That's not easy to do. You are definitely to be commended! Of course, so should JoshW for hosting, and footing the bill. You have both contributed immeasurably (each in their own way).

I realize you're not leaving (at least, I doubt it). But with that kind of change coming, you won't be around nearly as often (as it should be, IMO), so I wanted to be sure to get my "thank you" in early, and make sure it was well known. Mouser X over and out.
by Knurek at 12:18 AM EDT on October 13, 2017
You need a SFTP client (I'm using Filezilla) to upload stuff.
Also any file manager to rename and repack the sets (I'm using Total Commander, since it also lets you search for binary duplicates, but anything would do).

Also, Crypt of the Necrodancer is corrupted, please reupload.

edited 12:22 AM EDT October 13, 2017
by marcusss at 1:43 AM EDT on October 13, 2017
It was almost finished as my internet was out for a bit. Anyway it is uploading again ~800MB in size
by ChillyBilly at 9:26 PM EDT on October 13, 2017
Okay, time for my Friday onslaught:

PC

Charlie the Duck

Deadbeat Heroes

Desync

Eternal Lore

Shikhondo - Soul Eater

ShineG in the Bullethell

PS1

3D Shooting Tsukuru

Alfred the Chicken

C: The Contra Adventure

Exector (Despite the "CD" extension, it's the same as your typical DA/WAV file, so rename accordingly if they don't play)

Galeoz

Kyoro-chan no Purikura Daisakusen

Otenki Kororin

Real Robots Final Attack

Shin Senki Vangale: The War of Neo-Century

Techno BB

PS3

Strider (The 2014 game, that is. This is another game that uses Wwise audio and I once again didn't have time to sort everything out, my apologies. Still, interestingly, several tracks are a good deal longer than their file sizes indicate....)


That's it for now. Might have a few more tomorrow!
by bnnm at 7:58 AM EDT on October 14, 2017
Uploads:
- Kotoba no Puzzle - Mojipittan Wii [not deluxe; not my rip]
- Marvel vs. Capcom 2 - New Age of Heroes [XBLA]
- SoulCalibur [XBLA]
EDIT:
- Tales of Vesperia (PS3) [used NUBExt_r12beta]

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@ChillyBilly - for Wwise you can use this python script. It moves .wems to "1ch"/"2ch" dirs, helps a bit to classify as most 1ch will be voices.

@Knurek - thanks for your work so far and congrats.

For joshw, how about we try to make it more automated? If I understand correctly it involves:
- login to joshw temp folder
- check for integrity/corrupt uploads
- find and remove dupes, maybe classify stuff
- change from .rar/.zip to .7z
- rename to a common style
- move to appropriate dir

I think each step could be replaced by some linux script, maybe with some control from vgm.joshw.info.
Files with not enough info could go to some "unsorted" dir or so until they are fixed I guess.
I'd encourage people pointing out mistakes and reuploading fixes, rather than having to manually curate too much.


edited 9:27 AM EDT October 14, 2017
by marcusss at 3:01 PM EDT on October 14, 2017
1 more I'm uploading at the moment. A few more later perhaps?

ANDROID
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* Deemo

~ Lots (250+) of tunes & songs and in this Music Rhythm game kinda similar to DDR. Plenty of piano style themes but other fast paced types too and quite a few vocal songs too. Not bad at all !! Quite big for Android as the music rip is a tad over 700MB !

SOme good songs e.g. Electron, Entrance, Leviathan

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by Knurek at 3:32 PM EDT on October 14, 2017
Any chance you could take a look at other Rayark titles? Cytus, Voez, etc?
by ChillyBilly at 10:40 PM EDT on October 14, 2017
I'd like to second the request for Rayark game rips! I'd have done them myself, but I don't get enough time to squeeze in Android rips along with the other PC/console stuff I already handle (which I already had limited time for to begin with, lol). That being said, I'd be highly grateful to see those rhythm games ripped! :)


Oh, and as I said last post, here's a few more uploads:

PC

Combat Core

Yono and the Celestial Elephants

PS1

Crisis Beat


That's all for now!
by marcusss at 2:57 AM EDT on October 15, 2017
Hi guys. I will see what I can do if I come across any more. Damn Android games can be a pain.. but there are good games on it waiting to be ripped !

Oh yeah the Crypt of Necromancer is latest version so it is the same as
Crypt of the NecroDancer: AMPLIFIED

Some songs have multiple layers like shopkeeper music and 1 or 2 others like this boss theme... so the song has vocals but the music rip does not..
Sooo I was bored and mixed the Fortissimole Boss files so now has his rapping vocals. Cool song yo !
Zone 5 Fortissimole Boss with Vocals

Maybe some day I will do the same forthe shopkeeper themes (like the ost)
-------------------

I am uploading some more ANDROID GOODIES. A couple Rayark games for you Knurek

* Lanota (Noxy Games)
* Kidarian Adventures (HARD SLIME)
* Ravensword (Crescent Moon Games)
* Lost in Harmony (Digixart Entertainment)
* Mandora (Rayark Inc.)
* Cytus (Rayark Inc.) ~ 800MB A bit bigger than Deemo ;-) Different style to Deemo.. Faster and noisier but very good tunes ! A pain to rip compared to easier Unity games but worth it





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by AceK at 7:12 PM EDT on October 15, 2017
@DCX
I don't see the option for BGM arrangement/arcade change in the PAL version of Tekken Tag Tournament (PS2):

https://youtu.be/OUKVlVqDxPw?t=33

DATA_00000004.mib from Tekken 4 Namco System 246 is the Staff Roll theme, which is altered in the console release by changing it into Paul's Ending theme (FMV in-game).

I might do Tekken 5 Arcade, but I don't see too many differences that's worth aiming for it yet. I'll probably still do it anyway when time sorts out.

EDIT: Actually I see that it was once already uploaded in the tracker a long while ago... but it's not available atm. I can probably rerip it if no one else have it in stock. Would also like to get the PS3 version of Tekken 5 DR as well for the lobby tune.

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