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by Lunar at 5:30 AM EST on January 7, 2010
xSF tags are much more practical than m3u, even it does mean some compromise in sound quality. i've got some m3us for all three games that I'd mostly finished if anyone does want them, they're tagged but not timed. though i doubt they'll see the light of day.

Prime Blue, this is good and all, though I'm not sure why you have used (I guess) romanisations or literal translations of the japanese game and track names when there are western releases. For instance, renne instead of lynna. Aboveground rather than Overworld doesn't click with me either. these names are more idiosyncratic than they need to be, and actually pretty confusing even to people like me who have played the games. would have also been cool to have "Level X:" for all the dungeon themes. so in a lot of senses these tags aren't an improvement over the previous ones :( the only real improvement for me is that these have file names and accurate composer info.
by Knurek at 10:47 AM EST on January 7, 2010
Yeah, that's all fine and dandy but doesn't compensate for the crappy emulation quality of GBS2GSF conversion...
by valiant at 11:21 AM EST on January 7, 2010
Knurek: I always thought they sounded better than their GBS counterparts...

Lunar: I was talking about the timings, and those were really horrid: No delay after the second loop, too short fade-outs (missing even for Oracle of Seasons/Ages), the ending credits theme of Link's Awakening cut off and stuff like that.

I always opt for the names the original creators used, so I went with the Japanese ones here. Part of that stems from the fact that I always try to make the track titles sound as if from an official release.

It's not like it can't be corrected, though. A quick psfpoint -game="The Legend of Zelda: Yadda-Yadda" *.minigsf and getting the official Western names from the text dumps or that list, and that's it.

Also, "Aboveground" is the official title as used on the soundtracks and I highly disapprove of the term "overworld" for anything above the ground. I understand it as a world map or terrain where the controls of the game change and from which the individual locations in a game can be reached.

edited 11:28 AM EST January 7, 2010
by Knurek at 12:33 PM EST on January 7, 2010
Prime Blue: They might if you're using NEZPlug instead of NEZPlug++

Also, if you wanted to use the names the original creators used, you should've gone with ゼルダの伝説夢をみる島, ゼルダの伝説 ふしぎの木の実 〜時空の章〜, ゼルダの伝説 ふしぎの木の実 ~大地の章~. Anything else is just plain stupid.
by Lunar at 4:45 PM EST on January 10, 2010
Prime Blue: ehh i dunno about the feigning OST names business; it is pretentious. but also impractical for people who have played the game(s) and are accustomed to english titles for things. though it's up to you ultimately i suppose, and you're right, no-one has to live with it if they don't want to. oh and i wasn't referring to times either. i figure that's a more exact science that is either right or wrong... so, no question of your judgement in that department.

I went ahead and tagged/timed Pok駑on Pinball, for anyone who's interested:

put a bangin' donk on it

composer info taken from GMCL. can't find credits anywhere on the net, can't even find credits in a let's play or anything. so it'll have to do. up to gbs.hcs64 plz?! and hopefully penultimate GBS too :3
by Knurek at 4:33 PM EST on January 11, 2010
Link doesn't resolve plz.
by Lunar at 5:20 PM EST on January 11, 2010
http://www.sendspace.com/file/v6stjm

fuck vgmusic in the neck.
by Knurek at 1:39 AM EST on January 12, 2010
PC Engine update with the bunch of new playlists sent by Kaminari:

21 Emon - Mezase! Hotel Ou (1994)(NEC Interchannel)(NEC)
A.III - A-Ressha de Ikou 3 (TCD)(1993)(Artdink)
After Burner II (1990)(Sega Development Division #2)(Bits Laboratory)(NEC Avenue)
Ballistix (1991)(Reflections)(Coconuts Japan)
Benkei Gaiden (1989)(-)(Sunsoft)
Bikkuriman World (1987)(Westone)(Hudson)
Bloody Wolf [Narazumono Sentou Butai Bloody Wolf] (1989)(Data East)
Break In (1989)(-)(Naxat)
Cratermaze [Doraemon - Meikyuu Daisakusen] (1989)(Nichibutsu)(Hudson)(Hudson)
Cyber Core (1990)(Alfa System)(IGS)
Cyber Cross (1989)(-)(Face)
Cyber Knight (1990)(Compile, Group SNE)(Tonkin House)
Death Bringer - The Knight of Darkness (TCD)(1990)(Telenet Japan)(Reno)
Don Doko Don (1990)(-)(Taito)
Double Dungeons (1989)(-)(Masaya)
Download (1990)(Alfa System)(NEC Avenue)
Download 2 (TCD)(1991)(Alfa System)(NEC Avenue)
Dragon's Curse [Adventure Island] (1991)(Hudson)
Dungeons & Dragons - Order of the Griffon (1992)(Westwood)(NEC)
Energy (1989)(Quasar)(Masaya)
F1 Circus (1990)(-)(Nichibutsu)
F1 Circus '91 - World Championship (1991)(-)(Nichibutsu)
F1 Circus '92 - The Speed of Sound (1992)(-)(Nichibutsu)
F-1 Dream (1989)(Capcom)(-)(NEC Avenue)
Fiend Hunter [ut] (TCD)(1993)(Right Stuff)
Formation Soccer on J.League [ut] (1994)(Human, Opensystem)(Human)
Fushigi no Yume no Alice (1990)(Sankindo)(Face)
Gai Flame (1990)(-)(Masaya)
Ganbare! Golf Boys (1989)(Dual)(Masaya)
Hisou Kihei X-Serd (1990)(-)(Masaya)
J.B. Harold - Murder Club (TCD)(1990)(Riverhillsoft)(Hudson)
Kuusou Kagaku Sekai - Gulliver Boy (TCD)(1995)(Hudson)
Military Madness [Nectaris] (1989)(Hudson)
Moto Roader (1989)(Masaya)
Mr. Heli no Daibouken (1989)(Irem)
Nazo no Masquerade (1990)(Riverhillsoft)(Masaya)
Ordyne (1989)(Namco)
Override (1991)(Sting)(Data East)
P-47 - The Freedom Fighter (1989)(NMK)(Aicom)
Parasol Stars - The Story of Bubble Bobble III (1991)(Taito)
Power Tennis (1993)(Now Production)(Hudson)
Psychic Detective Series Vol. 3 - Aya (TCD)(1992)(Data West)
Psychic Detective Series Vol. 4 - Orgel (TCD)(1993)(Data West)
Puyo Puyo CD (TCD)(1994)(Compile)(NEC Avenue)
Puyo Puyo CD Tsuu (TCD)(1996)(Compile)(NEC Interchannel)
Sekigahara (1990)(-)(Tonkin House)
Shockman [Kaizou Chounin Shubibinman 2 - Aratanaru Teki] (1991)(Winds)(Masaya)
Sinistron [Violent Soldier] (1990)(Alfa System)(IGS)
Son Son II (1989)(Capcom)(NEC Avenue)
Star Parodier (TCD)(1992)(Inter State)(Hudson)
Timeball [Blodia] (1990)(Broderbund)(Hudson)(Hudson)
Turrican (1992)(Rainbow Arts)(Code Monkeys, The)(Ballistic)
Twin Cobra [Kyuukyoku Tiger] (1989)(Toaplan)(A.I)(Taito)
Wizardry I+II (TCD)(1993)(Sir Tech)(Access)(Naxat)
Xak I+II (TCD)(1992)(Microcabin)(Riot)(Riot)
Yamamura Misa Suspense - Kinsenka Kyou Ezara Satsujin Jiken (TCD)(1992)(-)(Naxat)
Zipang (1990)(Tecmo)(Arc)(Pack-In-Video)
by anewuser at 3:00 AM EST on January 12, 2010
Fuck, yeah! Thanks both Kaminari&Knurek \o

PS: famicompo6 results url

edited 3:02 AM EST January 12, 2010
by Lunar at 9:19 AM EST on January 12, 2010
i got my ass thrashed in famicompo this year! well, at least in the originals. fared OK in the covers. the competition was mightily fierce. oh well... next contest will be copious FDS wank.

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