Jlsegafan2001

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  1. I saved another file in a VM as a 256 colour image, imported the image as a face, and the colour pallette STILL looked off.
  2. It seems like anything to do with rosters once you create a player in the PS3 version of NHL 08 softlocks the game. I tried entering the Player Movement screen. Guess what? It didn't load. I had to quit the game. I tried editing players. I was met with a black screen with the game still playing. I had to quit the game. What's the reason behind created players softlocking the PS3 version of NHL 08, when it works fine on the 360 version?
  3. 2004 wasn't able to work with Wine. In 09's case, only the menus worked. The game looks corrupted when I try to play it.
  4. The games release in mid-September these days.
  5. Some screenshots I took while playing the game in Boxer, a DosBox equivalent.
  6. Here's my modded NHL 94 ISO. I tried putting it in an emulator, and the emulator couldn't detect the game. Like, at all. Could you guys please help me? sega94.iso
  7. I tried that in NHL 2001, and when I was creating the player with my name (put myself in the DB because why not?), I still got a corrupted face palette.
  8. This is the problem I'm having currently in NHL 2000. Is there any way around this or not?
  9. But, alas, when I tried to mod a file into the game, I got this error. I don't know what this error means. Can anyone explain it, or is this all for nothing?
  10. I just found out that you can use NHLInfo on the PlayStation versions of the NHL games (of course. I'm using this test file in an emulator.), so I'm testing it to see if I can mod NHL99.bin, then combine it with the .cue file and play the modded file through OpenEmu.