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i dont know if im right, but if u can find rom.bin in the chrono trigger psx cd and it runs in Zsnes, i assume the CD has some kind of emulator and they just added the FMV. Maybe they secretly ported Zsnes to the psx ehehehe... ;) but maybe im wrong and the rom is just there for fun...
cmon, plz tell me if u know any
 

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when i get the game ill try to burn it but exchange the Rom.bin for another game's rom and see what happens... I will probably burn a coaster though ;)
 

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Not a bad idea Neo,but give it the same name as the CT rom.
 

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I know this is a bit off topic but, some people made a Genesis emulator for DC based on the emulator Sega used in the Sega Smashpack. So I would assume that square could have done the same.

PS. What do you mean it ran in ZSnes? Did it run the game? Could you play it? (I'm assume a yes to all these questions.)
 

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yup, enigma said it and another ppl confirmed it
but they may have put the rom there as a joke as well... ;)
im gonna try that
 
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Replacing the rom will do nothing, I assure you.

The Sega Smash Pack is just a modified KGen98, limited to only a few select games, Square's emulation, if any, is more defined as a 'per-game' type of situation..
 

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Originally posted by CDBuRnOuT
Replacing the rom will do nothing, I assure you.

The Sega Smash Pack is just a modified KGen98, limited to only a few select games, Square's emulation, if any, is more defined as a 'per-game' type of situation..
even tough, id like to see what happens, if it crashes (if the rom is really used) or if it runs and the rom is there as an "easter egg"
 

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Originally posted by CDBuRnOuT
Replacing the rom will do nothing, I assure you.

The Sega Smash Pack is just a modified KGen98, limited to only a few select games, Square's emulation, if any, is more defined as a 'per-game' type of situation..
Couldn't the authors of KGen sue Sega then?
 
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Nope, Steve Snake (the author of KGen) sold it to Sega years ago, and even helped them improve it..
 
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