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EverDrive N8 / Back to the Future (U) has missing sharp note graphics
« on: October 13, 2014, 11:01 PM »
As stated, in the 3rd 'minigame' at the school dance, there is a part where Marty has to catch all of the Sharps, Flats, and Notes with his guitar. Unfortunately, it seems that you can only see the shadow of the sharp notes, and seeing them is incredibly difficult. Since this is already not an easy game, it actually completely messed up a run I was doing. I can see how it was missed, though, as this isn't exactly a *good* game :P

I'm going to try and write a replacement mapper to see if I can fix this because the CNROM looks like a great beginner's project to implement, but I don't mind if it is fixed in the meantime :) I'll post up my version when I get it working.

EDIT: bought the real game, seems the sharp notes are colored differently there.. Still not quite as hard to see as the EDN8, but good to know nonetheless

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EverDrive N8 / Doki Doki Panic's sound effects are very distorted
« on: September 19, 2014, 05:29 AM »
Most of the sounds in Doki Doki panic sound very awful compared to the original, even grating.. The door sound effect and the fireworks explosion at the beginning are completely off.

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EverDrive N8 / [SOLVED] Super Off Road residual notes issue
« on: September 11, 2014, 07:59 AM »
EDIT : nevermind! Turns out the real game does the same thing :P

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EverDrive N8 / Akumajō Densetsu's audio is a bit off
« on: September 08, 2014, 02:46 PM »
Hi there! Recently got an Everdrive N8, and I'm quite happy with it. I did notice the VRC6 sound output is a bit off in Akumajō Densetsu, though. The volume is too low for some things, too high for other things, and some notes are held for too long. I realize this is pretty vague, but the introduction song shows the issues off best. The first few notes bleed into each other because they are held for too long on the Everdrive N8, they are cleanly cut on the VRC6. The bass-y parts seem to be lacking as well, compared to the real VRC6.
VRC6 on Everdrive OS v11.1
Real VRC6 playing in Famicom

I'm not the only one who noticed, someone at sega-16 pointed it out, too. They actually pointed out a few more things that are different, as well..

Just wanted to point this out to you, thanks for all of the hard work :)

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