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Em 20/05/2021 at 10:50, parana disse:

Acho que somente jogável por emulação.

Não sei a que passos anda a emulação do Hyper neogeo.

 

Os devs disseram que teve uma evolução significativa no core do mame mas nao foi implementado ainda, não tem previsão tmb

Em 20/05/2021 at 10:04, setzer disse:

Esse Samurai Shodown 64 chegou a sair para o PS2 ou para algum outro console na época ?

Não saiu nenhum dos dois do neo64 pra nada além dele

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Em 21/05/2021 at 16:32, Jin Kazama disse:

Aproveitando o assunto:

24-year-old, never-before-seen Hyper Neo Geo 64 game prototype found under a collapsed tree in a California field

https://www.eurogamer.net/articles/2021-03-16-never-before-seen-hyper-neo-geo-64-samurai-shodown-64-prototype-found-sitting-under-a-tree-in-a-californian-field

 

Bem legal a historia e sobre como esse cartucho do video foi encontrado e adquirido obrigado por compartilhar essa info Jin (-:

parte da historia

 

What's the story of how it was found?

Anthony Bacon: Craig got a phone call to repair a pinball machine that a woman had purchased from another third-party. And when he went into her home to repair the pinball machine, he saw that the condition of it was pretty rough. He normally didn't see people selling pinball machines in that bad of a condition.

So he enquired with the person who had contracted him to repair it, where she had gotten it from. He got a phone number for another woman, who he had called and left a voicemail for. She returned the call and found out her husband ran this company in California, Video Connection, and it did pinball repair and vending, and arcade machine and vending in the 80s to the end of the 90s, until he finally closed up shop.

But the story is he was buying auction lots from an ex-SNK employee in China after SNK USA had shipped back all of their warehouse materials when they closed the US offices in winter to spring of 2000. So this guy from California, who owned Video Connection, purchased six pallets of new old stock [new old stock refers to aged stock of merchandise that was never sold to a customer, but still new in original packaging] SNK marquees, PCBs, motherboards, games, documentation, the whole gambit of it.

So when Craig spoke to this woman, he asked if she'd be willing to let him look through it and potentially make some offers on buying some things. And the woman in California whose husband owned Video Connection said, you know, that would be great because I was thinking about calling the junk service to have it all removed.

He then realised when he got there, that this hardware wasn't in a house. It wasn't in a shed or even under a tent. It was sitting in pallets at the edge of a five acre property wrapped in palletized plastic wrap with tarps over it. And two of the pallets had trees from storms fall on top of them. So all of this hardware was sitting out in a field in California for about 20 years, going through rain, snow... everything you could possibly imagine going on outdoors - it was happening to these pallets.

Craig was digging through a lot of paper materials like cardboard marquees for arcade monitors - that was all ruined. But he found about 15 new old stock Hyper Neo Geo motherboards, 3000 Samurai Shodown 64 plasticized marquees, and a bunch of different games.

And in one of those palettes was this Hyper Neo Geo 64 cartridge, but it had this large black metal case on it. It was twice as tall as a normal case. When you open it up, it has 30 different ROM riser boards - they look like RAM sticks - all slotted in together. He realised whatever he had found - and this was the only thing in this entire pallet lot he saw that was different - was somehow unique and should probably be looked at by somebody who knew what they were doing, because he didn't want to just sell it to somebody who would tuck it away in a closet, add it to their collection and it would never see the light of day again. So he got in touch with me.

But this prototype has been sitting in a field in California under a tree for - I mean I don't know if the tree has been there for 20 years of course - but it's been outdoors. And it had rust on it. Shockingly, I was able to clean it up, and the rust wasn't that bad because it [the cart] was in the middle of the pallet. I popped it on my Hyper Neo Geo motherboard after thoroughly inspecting it, turned it on and it was the AOU spring 1997 prototype build of Samurai Shodown 64. [The AOU Amusement Expo was an annual event held in Tokyo until 2012.]

It's completely different. Different heads-up display, different intro, different camera system, very different from the finalised game, and it just happened to fall into my lap. It was the first time any prototype from that system had been found. And just the story about how close it got to going to the scrapyard seemed pretty intriguing. Because normally I find a prototype that's been sitting in somebody's house for 15 years, they knew what they had, but they didn't do anything with it.

 

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Em 20/05/2021 at 14:54, Snayperskaya disse:

Muito bacana. Tava dando uma pesquisada e vi que a SNK usou tecnologias interessantes pra prototipagem, como cartões JEIDA/PCMCIA. A disposição em vários slots (parecem muito com slots SDRAM DIMM) deve ser por conta da necessidade maior de banda que um jogo 2d.

 

https://wiki.neogeodev.org/index.php?title=Cartridges

eu nao sei se ja postei aqui mas tenho um pente de memoria ram escrito SNK...mas duvido ser da empresa a fonte e diferente e nao tem nada mais alem disso na placa...

lembro que ganhavos sucatas de computadores antigos em meados de 95 ou antes uma delas foi de um MSX Gradiente infelizmente desmontamos por falta de conhecimento acho que a pessoa deu diz que era um PC antigo...veio com um teclado e um monitor de fosforo verde.

foi um modelo deste

MSX-Expert-ML.jpg

 

 

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o haze (um dos devs do mame) esta jogando roads edge agoa (um jogo de neogeo 64)

é possivel ver q a emulacao esta ja bem avancada, so nao esta ainda no codigo do mame

aparentemente é as 3 horas ( ou 3 e pouco) do stream, nao marca pq é ao vivo

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12 horas atrás, burn disse:

aqui em ctba foi mais ou menos nesse tempo, em um fliperama chamado sports arcade, onde a ficha (na verdade era por cradito em cartao) era mais cara mas tinha maquinas que eram lancamento ate no japao

aqui tem fotos do como era o lugar

http://www.na1.com.br/projeto/exibe/sports_arcade_2000

 

O mais curioso é que tinha lá, mas nunca joguei. Ao contrário do Fatal Fury Wild Ambition. 

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Só mais um adendo. Lembrei do desing da máquina que eu vi o game, era assim:

 

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Lembro posteriormente outras máquinas do Neo Geo 64, mas não rodando os jogos da Plataforma. Vi com MVS e uma com Virtua Striker. 

 

 

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Eu lembro que via nas revistas de video game da época falando sobre o lançamento de Samurai Shodown 64, e eu pensava que depois iria sair pra Nintendo 64. Estou na espera até hoje. :( 

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4 horas atrás, ragecom disse:

O único Hyper Neo Geo 64 que eu já vi foi num gabinete de corrida tipo esse:

xtreme-rally-race-car-arcade-game-hyper-

O jogo era Xtreme Rally. Eu joguei uma ou duas vezes.

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Esse joguei também...Num shoppinho meia boca aqui no ABC paulista.

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6 horas atrás, ragecom disse:

O único Hyper Neo Geo 64 que eu já vi foi num gabinete de corrida tipo esse:

xtreme-rally-race-car-arcade-game-hyper-

O jogo era Xtreme Rally. Eu joguei uma ou duas vezes.

maxresdefault.jpg

 

Parece Top Gear Rally hahahahah (que por sinal é um lixo)

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