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  1. 3 points
    Update: The Saturn pads are the best pre-analog stick pads ever created, and I don't judge cheap knock-offs of this legend kindly. I've had a few over the years as well (humble brag). They Saturn pad is really good and hard to distinguish from the original. The d-pad isn't quite the same feel, but the Saturn d-pads are like a good pair of leather shoes: they wear better after being broken in. So, I'd have to play more to give a final verdict. Nice thing is you can swap parts with an original Saturn pad. This Gen pad is far superior to the model-3 Gen pad and on par with other 6-button versions; Sega CD for example. EDIT: Just want to clarify if there is a bit of confusion, I was referring to the Model-3 SEGA console, not a controller of some sort. It's the 6-button pad that came with this: I had this system. It feels one of those balsa wood paper air planes we used to get at the hobby shop as a kid. Also, the cable is really short. Which was intended, because if it was any longer you'd try to hang yourself with it once you realize how bad the build quality actually is. Some are a fan of the batwing Genesis pad, and I do respect it for just being iconic built like a tank, but I don't like it. Thankfully the repros from retro-bit are more than serviceable. Good buy.
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    STB is the NHL94 of baseball games. The best engine/game play and best graphics. I see people all over the web wanting an editor. Basically just NOSE for this game. Ive tried to open several different STB roms in NOSE but they will not open. If Sports Talk Baseball had a NOSE type editor you could no doubt launch an online community with edits and leagues just like this place. What is involved and exactly how much time and knowledge would be involved in creating such an editor? Just what old school NOSE does is fine. Change player names and attributes and a few minor quirks like the 10 run rule. I found some Genie/Classic Cheat Code patch stuff but thats just kid stuff like "get 10 outs" etc. I'm just shocked this doesnt exist considering how big baseball was/is.
  3. 3 points
    Sweet Billy Ranford Splash Screen!
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    Following up on a post by Trojan, I think we can all work to add some extra flair to summer league. I'm thinking Sunday night, some time between 8-10 pm central, having a game of the week, where one or 2 games are streamed with commentary by guys like AJ/Ice/Trojan arranged as well. Pretty sure if I stream the game and say AJ/Trojan are in a party mode setup where their stream is linked, they can stream the game with commentary. I think leading up the game while it's getting setup, could discuss current league standings/stats &&& NHL94 stuff coming up, etc, like a 5-10 minute lead in at most. One or two games being streamed on a set time, means total time would be in the range of 30 minutes available on a weekly basis. Thoughts? @MikeGartner22 @jackandjose @dcicon5148 @kingraph @kylewat @corbettkb @jer_33 @LeifErikson @Edge of 94' WI @angryjay93 @IceStorm70 @chaos @aqualizard
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    Or, ya know, just leave it in the back of a taxi...
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    @halifax Please excuse my absence as I got in a fight with a giant talking grape over cosmic fruity pebbles. I also had to give my shield away... Long story (like 3 hours long) but I'm back. Hopefully I'll be able to make it in September as I'm relocating back to Philly this summer. Budgeting will be the tricky part for me; buying an house and moving n'all.
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    I pulled these 3 beauty's out of the garbage! Flat Screens and a beautiful picture!
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    I tried to run that last post through Google translator and this is what I got:
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    Season 03 Official ROM: Et_Tu_Brute_S03.bin Included hacks: Ratings accurately display hot/cold boosts 1 minute penalties Home/Away Advantages set to minimal/equal (0-0) 18 sexy teams (including Toronto St. Pat's, Vegas Golden Knights, and Hamilton Tigers!) Music matched to teams (San Jose has jaws, Hartford has the Brass Bonanza, etc) Graphic hacks Billy Ranford (season 02 Conn Smythe winner) on the title screen! Coach Splash Screen Et Tu Brute Bubble Title and Game Clock! Coors Light Sponsor! Commissioner @Brutus as the announcer! Tons of updated player cards!
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    This includes all teams and rosters up to the end of Round 13 of draft. Note: Graphics are not done, but team names are correct. Please check your team's rosters (remember, they will only include players you drafted up to and including Round 13). Also, before playing, set your lines. ETB3_Rnd13_V1.bin
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    Personal highlights are at 24:00 when I display my NBA Jam shirt and at 54:35 when I randomly and selfishly display my cat, Henry.
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    When setting up your controller - you can also set-up a button combo to bring up this menu (usually Start-Select).
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    I made a lot of progress this morning learning how to make the top goal even smaller visually to accommodate a wider range of values, as there is a limit on how small you can make the top goal by editing the goal art tiles. There appears to be no such limit on the bottom goal, but on the top goal, you are (apparently) not able to edit the area inside the top goal to make the goal any smaller than will work with the goal dimensions of 017012:0002. So if you wanted to use 017012:0000, or 017012:FFFF, for example, to make the top goal artwork match these smaller goal dimensions you would need to edit this area inside the top goal for which there was no apparent goal tiles for. I hqe moved my top goal side posts to the edge of the top goal side post tiles in tile layer pro and that matches the goal dimensions at 017012:0002, but you can go no further, that's the smallest you can make the top goal width visually through those tiles. To make the top goal even smaller, I found the tile that edits the area inside the top goal by using the topic: I was a little confused at first as to how to actually edit this area. On the grid the area I was trying to edit was in the vicinity of 59DF2 - 59DFC & 59E52 - 59E5C. (though it was really more like 59DF4 - 59DFA & 59E54 - 59E5A since the edges of this in-goal / crease area can be edited by the goal tile artwork) Well when I looked at these offsets in tile layer pro, the entire area I was looking to edit seemed be contained in a single tile. I had no idea how to edit this single tile since the tile looked nothing like the area I was trying to edit. (it just looked like a bunch of random single pixels so I was confused) I'm guessing this is what wboy meant when he said "NOTE THIS IS STILL NOT EASY!!! Have an open mind.. don't get frustrated... you'll get there... but it will take time. A lot of people give up trying this!" I still am not sure if there is some way to actually edit these tiles like you edit the other tiles, that I am just not understanding, however in any event I didn't give up and I decided to go into the bin and I started to hex edit some of these offsets to see what happened. Well I edited a bunch of those 00 8F 's at those offsets and when I did this, I observed that the artwork did in fact change in this area in the form of squares like the grid depicts, and I checked the edit to this single tile in tile layer pro, a couple pixels changed in this single tile each time. So I see how this works but I was of course trying to edit it more fully, and that topic seemed to suggest that there's a way to edit this area more fully, though it wasn't clear and I was never able to figure out how to do it. I wanted to edit this area to make new narrower goal posts, so I came up with an idea. I was going to scroll through the pre-determined artwork in these tiles until I found something that resembled side posts. (since it seemed like the only way to accomplish my goal of making the top goal even smaller so I can use a wider range of values and have the goal / posts artwork match up) So I was able to scroll through these hex addresses and tried to find pre-determined artwork in these squares that resembled goal posts, in this area inside the top goal, and beyond the limit of the normal side post tiles, so I could then erase the normal goal posts so I can have an even narrower top goal so I can use lower values of my vertical barrier code. Well after a long process I found some pre-determined artwork that looks like goal posts in this area. Although I can't seem to change the color of these new goal posts, it does accomplish what I set out to do, to get even narrower goal posts in the top goal so I can have a smaller goal so I can make the boards a little bit wider and have even narrower goal dimensions that matchup to the goal / post artwork. This has been quite an adventure for me but a very satisfying one, and now that I have these narrower top goal posts I can now start the processes of editing my already smaller goals to be even smaller by erasing the normal top goal side post tiles completely and using these new narrower goal posts. What I want to do now is to show you guys some screenshots of my smaller goal artwork so you can get a sense of what I'm talking about and how this relates to the codes in this topic. The first 2 screenshots are the goal that I have been using for the last week or two. It's the smallest you can make the top goal without resorting to this other "rink layout" tile. This goal artwork lines up wonderfully with the codes 17012:0002 & 17014:0000. Pucks hit off these narrower posts right at this location of this artwork and it's absolutely phenomenal to experience it in a match. So that's my goal artwork for 17012:0002 & 17014:0000. Now these 3 screenshots below are a result of what I did today, by editing the other rink layout tile, so I can have even smaller goals. This is the predetermined artwork I found that resembled goal posts, so I can get around the limit of the top goal, so I can lower 17012 below 0002 and try to match it up. Note that there is a bit of a bug in instant replay when you reverse angle with this method that I am looking into. (these new narrower posts disappear when you reverse angle, but still it's pretty cool nonetheless) This is another piece of predetermined artwork that I found that sort of looks like I can merge with the back of the net artwork to make a smaller goal that's a little curved. Anyway I thought you guys would find this really cool ! Now I just gotta edit the rest of the goal (and the bottom goal) so I can test lower values !
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    Today the first version of the NHL2K19 roster for the game NHL2K11(WII)/2KHS(PC) was released. NHL2K11 is playable on the WII or on PC/Android using the Dolphin emulator. Now go Play NHL Two K! http://PlayNHL.TK http://PlayNHLtk.wordpress.com DJNEO has done an amazing job of modding the core of the NHL2K11 game in his mod named 2KHS. Check it out here: https://www.youtube.com/user/2khockeytvv If you haven't tried the game, give it a try. The best hockey gaming available on PC (well NHL94 is in another league though ofcourse, lol). http://PlayNHL.TK
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    I just got my adapter for my controller and decided to see how i stacked up against one of the best..the94kid...lost all 3 games..two of them were beatings...but im glad i know in advance what im in for...lol....
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    Looking into the patch or vaping, right now. Thanks for the support.
  22. 1 point
    To look for new posts. It's an addiction. I don't really know how to Facebook and don't like social media - I've been told this is a good thing by many a fellers - and I think Zuckerberg is an android and sleeps in a vegetable crisper to recharge. Difference between all of those other places is I like all the people here. I don't really know why I made this thread, but I want to allay any fears about me starting a podcast or something about my thoughts.
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    Waves eGaming helped us* set up some hotel deals with 3 hotels near the venue. The details are here: https://ac.reg-system.com/Wave19 (can currently book by phone, online booking available soon) Here are the relative locations: Here's my basic analysis. The "nearby" things are within walking distance, up to ~10 minutes. I included the travel times to the venue (Waves) and the Hockey Hall of Fame (HHoF). I used the HHoF as a downtown destination. There's no big difference in travel times to downdown, but the Holiday Inn required more walking to get to transit. I have no idea how nice the different hotels are (beds, showers, breakfast quality..). From the above info though: Four Points (currently Super 8) seems the simplest place - cheapest, closest, and the only one with a direct bus route to the venue. I assume it'll have a lot of new stuff due to the owner switchover. No particular advantage to the Holiday Inn? Courtyard - price suggests it's a nicer hotel. It has better stuff nearby, but is farther from the venue as well as downtown. Would be great to hear thoughts from people who are more experienced with travel/hotels. I don't know if any of the places would have a suite for us to rent out for latenight exis. * by "us" I mean Halifax, he's done 99% of the work
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    I am right with you Clockwise. I roam these old forums like that pesky robot Wall-e , reminiscing of the great forum posts of the past in the roaring 'aughts' of this new millennium when NHL94.com was the hub of my Internets. Facebook is overrun with my aunts that post "you rock!" on everyone one of my witty posts and Discord frightens and confuses me.
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    I've just gotten word that the Blues have found that Stanley Cup and are in route to St. Louis for rager with two portly fellows with black suits and dark sun glasses. They are rumored to be brothers. 
  26. 1 point
    Take a look under the NHL95(PC) section, there are a load od DOS tools for working with rosters and graphics, I believe work for both versions. 18-19 Roster update (NHL95PC): Long list of utilities:
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    I swapped them in pixelpuck.com NHL11 to NHL14 ROMs along with the separate button for goalie control. Also made the goal horn louder / deeper (don't remember how I did that exactly).
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    Also. It's a good practice to make several saves of a rom when building it out, just like coding. If you plan to make several changes and then add some of the previously created hacks - get saves at every step.
  29. 1 point
    HA.....this is many years ago. all the other guys in this thread are excellent 94 players and I've been trying to get them to King of 94 every time.
  30. 1 point
    First off I'd like to thank you for taking the time out to read the various posts and to go even further by asking a question. Before I found the site I actually spent most of my time playing the computer with line changes and offsides on. I know auto line changes are a bit different than manual since the CPU likes to match the checking line against Sc1, especially when a team is leading so its pretty important to make sure you have some quality guys on that Chk line. I think Raph gives you a pretty solid break down on how to value your roster spots. I think the extra things I would throw in are skating and endurance would take a higher premium for me than usual. With line changes on, you cant really slam on the C button to get those turbo boosts, otherwise your team is gonna be gassed in short order, especially those low endurance guys. If you combine poor skating with poor endurance then you can be in serious trouble. Luckily Detroit avoids this problem for the most part, Pittsburgh will be a bit more tricky. My Detroit lines: SC 1: Fedorov-Yzerman-Probert SC 2: Ysebaert-Ciccarelli-Ogrodnick Chk: Drake-Kennedy-Kozlov Coffey-Konstantinov Lidstrom-Chiasson Howe-Racine I would try to avoid Ray Sheppard as he is slow and his endurance is below average. Also, I'd try to beef up my Chk line with my best defensive players which the 3 I've included are the best defensive forwards for Detroit and they have just enough skill to take advantage of a team that is pressing for a goal. Not too many differences from Raph, so I don't think you can go wrong with either set. As for Pitt... SC 1: Stevens-Lemieux-Mullen SC 2: Jagr-Francis-McEachern Chk: Tippett-Tocchet-Straka U. Samuelsson-Stanton Paek-Murphy Ramsey-K. Samuelsson Pittsburgh really tests my theories as they have several slow, heavy, and low endurance players. Line 1: Lemieux and Stevens both have very high endurance and should be a good combo together because they can keep up with each other. Mullen gives nice weight variety as he is easily the lightest player on this line, he has a scoring touch to boot. I think the D pair here is the most balanced Pittsburgh can offer and it doesn't make the line too heavy by inserting Murphy over Stanton. Plus, Stanton is just a poor mans Murphy so I dont think you lose much. Line 2: Jagr and Francis should do well with each other as Francis is essentially the best offensive weapon left on the roster for Jagr to feed. McEachern is a role player with good endurance who can keep up with the pace of play and pot his easy chances. Murphy is an obvious choice as he is the best defender remaining, he should be able to further boost this line offensively where needed. Where Pittsburgh really struggles is with its 4th D man, they do not have a good option but Paek is probably the best of the bunch as he has decent endurance and is the fastest remaining player to choose from. Chk: It's really hard to put together a traditional checking line here as the Pens simply do not have the personnel available. Tippett is a well below average player but hes the only player with decent skating as well as some endurance. Tocchet is a skilled player but is incredibly slow and heavy. He doesn't really fit in well with anyone so he kind of needs some lightweight guys to carry him around. Straka is the best checker in Pittsburgh but his endurance is extremely low so you really have to pick your spots with him to be effective. The defense is just the best of the rest as Ramsey has acceptable agility and endurance ratings. K. Smauelsson should be fine in his own zone but he's liability in transition or with the puck on his stick. You'll want Kjell out there though as the rest of the D corps is really, really bad. Pittsburgh is kind of brutal in general and even more so with line changes on. If you can, just steer clear of them. I'll rank my top 5 line change teams below off the top of my head. 1. Montreal (3 good lines, 2.5 solid D pair and a top end G) 2. Boston (Depth galore at all positions) 3. Detroit (Top end F talent, 6 plus defenders, and a great Chk line) 4. Calgary (2 great lines and 6 plus defenders, shaky G) 5. Chicago (1 great line and top G, shaky depth) Honorable Mentions: Vancouver (Speed & depth), Los Angeles (2 insane offensive lines and solid D, abysmal G), Quebec (3 solid lines), Buffalo (1 insane F line, a top G, and then very average depth) I'd try to stay away from these non expansion teams. - Islanders (one good F line, tons of unspectacular D, slow depth F and the worst G) - Pittsburgh (As discussed above) - St. Louis (slow, heavy, terrible depth) -Edmonton (slow, heavy, low endurance, bad passing) That pretty much leaves Dallas, Hartford, NJ, NYR, Philly, Toronto, Washington & Winnipeg as your middle tier teams with various strengths and weaknesses. Generally these teams lack depth or top end skill/speed. If I had to rank the expansion teams I'd go...TB, SJ, OTW, FLA, & Anh at the bottom.
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    New here. My love stretches way back for NHL 94 and hockey in general. NHL 93 and 94 shaped me as a person. Allow me to explain in weird bullet points: • I fell in love with hockey and started playing NHL 93 as the age of 12. • As a kid I played roller hockey (not much ice hockey in Kentucky lol) and carried a puck around in my pocket. Weird.... • NHL 94 came out and I was obsessed. I still say it's the best sports game ever made (NBA Jam and NFL 2k5 are runners up!) • I taped over my 5th grade talent show VHS with the 94 Stanley Cup Finals. Guess who beat my a**... my mom lol. • I grew up and finally started playing ice hockey. Became a coach and dabbled in reffing. I cannot wait to rekindle my love with this game! I'd be happy to get my ass kicked by you all sometime!
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    There are officially licensed repros of the Saturn and Genesis pads by Retrobit on Amazon. These two came in the mail today: I bought them to train for the King of 94-4. They feel sturdy so far.
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    The purpose of 0-15 is just to allow finer-grained ratings. The game remains essentially the same except that if you're creating players you can tune them more precisely. Unfortunately since I didn't make it 0-12 you can't directly map original nhl94 players to the finer scale by just multiplying by 2.
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    How to convert between the 200+ ratings and normal ratings: divide or multiply by 2.5. 230/2.5 = 92 It might not be exact due to rounding or slight formula differences in the hack.
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    For LA Kings, my D starters are reversed. (I prefer Coffey on RD.) Not a huge deal, but thought I would mention it.
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    Game Genie codes are basically Hex edits, too. The first part is the address in the ROM file, and the 2nd part is the new value to place there.
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    Rob Blake & Kevin Hatcher both #4. I'll check the rest of my #'s as soon as I can. Everyone else, please review your own team.
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    Changing names and attributes could be done using a hex editor, no programming required. Just investigation and trial and error. https://mh-nexus.de/en/downloads.php?product=HxD20 To make an actual point-and-click editor like NOSE would take learning how to program, which is a fun but time-consuming.
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    Thanks King, you da Barr!
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    i am 100% down. Would like to do pxp if possible
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    Yeah, and the first guy to come in off the bench after him is...in this case, Linden. So, Laffy subs in for Sundin or Carson in penalty/injury, and Linden subs in after that. That's my understanding of how we set the lines, unless you specify you want it differently.
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    Full Rosters, Includes Tex Add G/Drop F, Ray Ray trade, Luc-Courtnall trade No Lines, no graphics done yet. ETB3_PreseasonV1.bin
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    Wow... incredible work, I'll have to experiment with it. Seems like you put a lot of effort into this. Well done!
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    Bashing Billy Barilko Rom aka NHL'51 Truly a Legendary Hockey Story! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4tjFuuTCfB8 http://www.legendsofhockey.net/LegendsOfHockey/jsp/SearchPlayer.jsp?player=11916 NHL1951b.bin
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    We need @CoachMac to be the Atlanta flames
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    This has been a fun one... I set the values to 00FF and now there are basically no boards... the downside is that everything is out of play, the camera locks, and the net is now so dang big that the players shoot it over the side boards when you try to shoot on net. Yikes.
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    So well done! Thanks @kingraph @Evan @MikeGartner22 @chaos for running a great tourney and being all around awesome guys. Always love seeing @IAmFleury'sHipCheck and enjoyed making him sweat in Game 1 of our Playoff Series 9vs24. @superfan99 was great to meet and I was impressed with how he improved through the day. @The Sauce was fun to meet and talk editing roms and rating players. Also enjoyed playing some exis with him of my Original 6 roms and the classic rom. @Lupz27 was excellent to meet in person and further demonstrates why the internet sucks. Really good guy! @corbettkb HOW COULD I EVER THANK YOU ENOUGH! Putting me up in your awesome place in Brooklyn (I felt like I was in an episode of Seinfeld), Showing me the town on bicycle, by Subway, and walking across the Brooklyn Bridge. Playing exis, and best of all the Yankees White Sox game on Sunday. Very Fun! As usual I played poorly and seemed destined to be career minor leaguer when it comes to NHL 94. But open invite to all my NYC and Chi-town buds mentioned above to come out and ski, run, bike, hike, kayak, raft, you name it in my mountain paradise home! The X marks my Best run tourney and format, that I have been to since King of 94 #1 in Toronto. The no shows and the 1-0 forfeit victories would be my only complaint, but it was as well done and thought out as anyone could hope for.
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    One of the highlights for me at the SNES NHL’94 Kingof94 III 2018 tournament was Jammer’s penalty shot spin goal. Great control of his player! At the end of this video you can hear me say wow! Casey recorded this play so thx Case! Jammer in the playoffs penalty shot spin goal! https://www.dropbox.com/sh/uyg9jq9ydetsf1l/AAAd5oAEUUgRIcumKC2JEshGa?dl=0&preview=Jammer+94+III+Penalty+Shot.mp4
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