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  1. .cso is a lossless format. You don't lose any data and after decompress, the crc is the same of .iso. I saw the PCSX2 can use .chd too, but i never tested. I had do a test with .rvz on 1 gamecube iso (Capcom vs. SNK) and it's very awesome: .iso = 1,35 GB .gcz = 1,30 GB .wia = 1,29 GB .rvz = 227 MB thanks for the help!
  2. Are .gz and .rvz better than .cso and .gcz? I haven't tested these yet.
  3. Have you considered using other formats (extensions) for your roms? Some emulators (MAME and Retroarc) can use .chd, so, the game doesn't need to be extract to play. PCSX2 (PS2) and PPSSPP (PSP) can use .cso, and doesn't need to be extract too. Dolphin (GameCube and Wii) can use .gcz, same thing the others. I don't know if this can help you and the others, depends of the game that you play, but for me, help a lot.
  4. In my opinion, i disagree, it's just my opinion about that. I think these games are the same, just another language/region, i know these games are some kind of Rom Hacks, cause are not oficial translated, but are the same games of the official language. I like to have the original release of a game like you, but i think the database will be too much bigger if we add a separate entry for translated games. Platform like Wonderswan have all your games in a Japanese language, if we add a translated version of all games, we will double de database with duplicated games. And to finish
  5. Sorry for create a topic without read the old (not too old) one. But, now i understand why about Fanart in SNES database. Sorry again!
  6. Hi guys, i see some moderation requestd to change a "Cart - Front" image to a "Fanart Cart - Front" image. Image like that Final Fantasy cart that i upload in this topic. I don't remember the real reason, but is somthing like "the image use template". Ok. This image use a template, everyone know this, but almost Cart images and Disc images use templates. I think is hard to create a transparent PNG cart image or Disc Image without a template. So, we must change almost Cart and Disc images in Database to Fanarts? I think Fanart Carts and Disc are used when the image are fake
  7. I'm agree with you guys! All changes should be reject (i only see 2 in my moderation today). Suggestion: I think the "Released" status is too much generic. The database could be had status like "Retail", "Download", "Retail/Download". This is only a suggestion!
  8. I think, it is possible to create a button to abort my own upload suggestion. I recently uploaded a suggestion for a file, but, for a wrong game, i try to upload "Street Fighter Anniversary Disc" on a "Street Fighter Anthology Disc". It's my fault, i know, it's my mistake. But, i think, if we have it a button to abort my own uploads, we can fix this and don't boring others moderators.
  9. Hi, guys, first of all, i want to congrats all people working on LaunchBox/BigBox, and all moderator too for the great work has been done. I started this topic looking for templates. I found some, but not all. I try to use the actual image as a template, some of them become good and i upload to the database, other not. So, if possible, i want templates for this, the more authentic as possible: - XBOX/XBOX360 disc - PS1 disc (with black circle) - PSP disc - 3DS cart - DS cart - GB/GBA cart - NeoGeo AES cart - PSVita cart - Swith Cart - 2D and 3D DVD Box (the c
  10. Hi, In this page http://neogeocdworld.info/html/jeux/jeux/differences.htm you can see the diference between some NeoGeo AES/MVS and NeoGeo CD. The page is in french, but you can translate with google (I do this, i don't understand french). Here http://neogeocdworld.info/html/jeux/jeux/bonus.htm you can see the bonus itens that NeoGeo CD games have, french too.
  11. Capcom CPS Changer A home version of the CP System, the Capcom Power System Changer or CPS Changer was released in late 1994 in Japan to compete against SNK's Neo Geo. Capcom released the CPS Changer as an attempt to sell their arcade games in a home-friendly format. The CPS Changer adapter was basically an encased SuperGun (Television JAMMA adapter), and was compatible with most JAMMA standard PCBs. Capcom's "protection" against people using the CPS Changer on other arcade boards was the physical shape of the device. On a normal JAMMA PCB it would not attach firmly and tended to lean at
  12. I saw a lot of this bad attitudes too, and i think this is unnecessary. We are a community, we must work together and encourage people do made de work better, not insulting them!
  13. I think this 2 images are different, not only in size, but one of them have a box and the other don't have. I see this 2 images like an alternative for each other, and i think that we need to have both on our game database. The image with box can be cool for people like to use 2D box and the image without the box can be used for people like the other type, or can be used to repair/creted 3D box in the future. This is only an example that i see. There other images like a 3D Boxes in a different angle. Some images that have a high resolution, but is cropped and can be replaced wit
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