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Everything posted by Jlsegafan2001

  1. You said that you also had cyberfaces, goalie gear, as well as everything else you made.
  2. It did. In many ways, it's identical to the PS1 version, but in others, it's not.
  3. I got some help from the devs to get some support for the PS1 EA NHL titles from 98 onward. However, if you want to actually use it to its full potential, you'd have to shill out $10, which is a really great price for something so intuitive. Don't expect to use it for editing the databases, however; I tried getting them to add something that can convert the .dbf files to .xml, but the best they could do is extract some files from them that may not be that in-depth. As for NHL Championship 2000, the .p3d and .dat files in the PC version are supported by Game Extractor, which were files I had always wanted to mess around with.
  4. If I wanted to If I wanted to do this for a team that already exists (i.e. Dallas), I'd just create a folder called "dal", correct?
  5. I may not be able to do that, but thanks to a program called Game Extractor, I AM able to edit the files of NHL 2001 through 2003.
  6. I've actually played this in DOSBox before, though the more interesting part was, of course, the customization.
  7. I'm sorry for calling you a liar. I did so because what you did to get it working for you was not working for me.

    1. #64MG


      No problem. I understand your frustration.

      I have done an another possible solution to you topic. Please go to check.


  8. So, NHLInfo tells me this in regards to viewing NHL 97 faces with the correct: save FACES\FACEPAL.FSH\!PAL to file with F-key to current directory (Palette file's name can be for example NHL97FACE.PAL). SHIFT+P and P should again view correct palette ...which I did. However, this error pops up when I follow these steps, because there ALWAYS seems to be some sort of error when it comes to this kind of stuff. Did I do anything wrong?
  9. What Windows update prevented NHL 99 files from being modified? Because I'm 99% sure it was saome Windows update.
  10. I am trying to mod player portraits for NHL 96, but there is a massive issue that I need to solve: No matter what I do with the palettes, the new pictures always look soulless and nothing like the intended pictures. I have not only attached screenshots of what GIMP and Photoshop do, but also the original pictures of Andy Moog and Darcy Wakaluk, and the new pictures of Maikls Andersons and Jack Lymrick, two characters from an alternate universe of mine. The latter pictures are what I'm trying to add to the game.
  11. Does anyone have addons for NHL 2002? And maybe 2001 or 2000 as well?
  12. Update: I tried on a different computer, but sadly got the same result. This screenshot of Greg Adams serves as both a before and after picture of modding NHL 99.
  13. I'd like to try out the NHL 2002 version.
  14. Someone already messaged that detail, but I'll still thank you.
  15. Now there's this guy I'm stuck on. The images in the player card tutorial will be of no use here, as no context is given as to who they are. It also doesn't help that some players (in this case, Niedermayer, MacLean and Millen) don't have pictures, so this can't be any one of those three. Some of the pictures (i.e. Jon Casey) are also different between versions.
  16. Currently, I am working on a mod set in an alternate universe where the teams exist, but not the players. As such, the only things that will be edited are databases and portraits.
  17. Could you please reupl9ad those elementary NHL 2002 mods? I’d like to use them, but the link you sent originally is long dead.

    1. mitch13


      First of all, I would say "hello".

      Let me take a look on january, now I am busy.

      What kind of add ons are you particularly chasing?

      Merry Xmas

    2. Jlsegafan2001


      Thank you. I would like some facepacks and rosters, please.

    3. Jlsegafan2001
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