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[a href="http://web.archive.org/web/20011030133642/http://www.hydrogenaudio.org/" target="_blank"][/a]
"You have the right to remain silent. Anything you say will be misquoted, then used against you."

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MPC: --quality 10 --xlevel (v. 1.15s) (archive/transcoding)
MP3:  LAME 3.96.1 --preset standard (daily listening/portable)

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CLIC ON THE SMILEY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
"You have the right to remain silent. Anything you say will be misquoted, then used against you."

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Flashback...?

(You'd need a Super Nintendo to understand)

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(You'd need a Super Nintendo to understand)

Actually, the Genesis version is the better one. The cut-scenes are much, much more fluid in the genesis version due to the additional processor power. The SNES version is choppy as hell.

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I played that game in PC version... The opening looked just like Another World, sadly the game had nothing to do with that style onwards...
She is waiting in the air


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@rjamorin

Nice, Dolby must have hated that page.
"You have the right to remain silent. Anything you say will be misquoted, then used against you."


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Ohh, I see
Greedy bastards
I guess that's why you don't have FAAC in your site no more.

How are the laws in Brazil about software piracy?
Here in colombia is *not* very likely to be put in jail for piracy,
in most cases you get fined but almost never convicted.
"You have the right to remain silent. Anything you say will be misquoted, then used against you."

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(You'd need a Super Nintendo to understand)

Actually, the Genesis version is the better one. The cut-scenes are much, much more fluid in the genesis version due to the additional processor power. The SNES version is choppy as hell.

The only games that were better on Genesis than on SNES were Aladdin (haha, remember David Perry?), Mortal Kombat I (no fatalities?!), and the Madden football series (SNES wouldn't allow you to cream the ball carrier after the whistle). For everything else, SNES's improved color palette, resolution, and audio quality made its games superior IMO. Besides, my SNES was overclocked so far, those Flashback cutscenes were over before they began. Well... not really.

@/\/ephaestous: yup, I'm hijacking your thread... sorry!

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@rjamorin

Nice, Dolby must have hated that page.

Sure!

http://pessoal.onda.com.br/rjamorim/Dolby.txt

Why change anything when in the same message they say this:

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We want to thank you very much for your cooperation
in this matter, and we apologize for the inconvenience caused.



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(You'd need a Super Nintendo to understand)

Actually, the Genesis version is the better one. The cut-scenes are much, much more fluid in the genesis version due to the additional processor power. The SNES version is choppy as hell.

The only games that were better on Genesis than on SNES were Aladdin (haha, remember David Perry?), Mortal Kombat I (no fatalities?!), and the Madden football series (SNES wouldn't allow you to cream the ball carrier after the whistle). For everything else, SNES's improved color palette, resolution, and audio quality made its games superior IMO. Besides, my SNES was overclocked so far, those Flashback cutscenes were over before they began. Well... not really.

@/\/ephaestous: yup, I'm hijacking your thread... sorry! 

I played A LOT of games on both systems & ALL the MK games where better on Genesis; Graphics, sound & gameplay.

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Flashback rockz - I played both Amiga and PC version. I still have modules from this game (Protracker), some nice (e.g. Journal)...

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@/\/ephaestous: yup, I'm hijacking your thread... sorry!

Well, we are on Off-topic, aren't we?
"You have the right to remain silent. Anything you say will be misquoted, then used against you."

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I guess that's why you don't have FAAC in your site no more.

Huh... FAAC is there dude.

Look for "FAAC Binaries for Win32"

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How are the laws in Brazil about software piracy?
Here in colombia is *not* very likely to be put in jail for piracy,
in most cases you get fined but almost never convicted.


Here too. unless you pirated too much, in this case the fine is so high that it's better to go to the jail for a week and pay nothing.

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I guess that's why you don't have FAAC in your site no more.

Huh... FAAC is there dude.

Look for "FAAC Binaries for Win32"

/me needs reading glasses!
....

It's allright, I had those binaries anyway thanks to some russian guy. 
"You have the right to remain silent. Anything you say will be misquoted, then used against you."

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I'm just curious, but isn't it illegal what archive.org is doing there?

Yeah, Flashback is one of the best Jump 'n Runs ever. Just played it some days ago on my grandfathers (!) SNES

 
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