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  1. It seems like there is a Canada/USA split. In Canada, everyone played NHL94 on SNES as a kid, and in the USA everyone played on the Genesis. When I was a kid (in Ontario), my friends and I rented a SNES from the video store every few months. We never even considered renting a Genesis. I have no idea why, that's just how it was. Maybe we never got the Genesis ads so never got that "Does what Ninten-don't!" influence, and Nintendo had the cultural monopoly due to the NES (I didn't even know Sega Master System existed until just a few years ago). So if you look at the world King of 94 r
  2. Free for the time being
  3. Like I mentioned, it adjusts your image to match the existing palette in the ROM. Change the colours in the palette to better match your image, then re-import your image. It's explained in detail in the guide Jkline wrote above.
  4. Your image needs to be the correct size. 6x4 is 48x32 pixels.
  5. I think you have to hit Esc or Enter or something to "apply" the image. You'll notice the colour details change when it does it (changes to the palette colours). Then save after that.
  6. Don't change the codec when importing your image. Let TM convert your image to the same codec as the original image. (you'll need to set the palette appropriately before doing this)
  7. Interesting.. I suppose if this actually worked it would be neat on an emulator where you could stretch the screen to get the proper aspect ratio. So you'd probably look through a trace of the game for where it accesses $C00004 and change the data written there, probably to $8C83
  8. 99% sure they don't have the source code. Source code repositories and versioning weren't a thing back then. The code was probably kept on some computer or tape backup that was lost 20 years ago. One of my favourite games is the "Cataclysm" expansion from 2000 for the game "Homeworld." A few years ago they released a remastered version of Homeworld, but there's no Cataclysm expansion for it.. because they lost the source code. NASA taped over the original moon landing tapes, BBC taped over the original Doctor Who tapes... Hell I used to have my own code repository on a computer
  9. If you try now, as long as you have already installed 21, I think you can buy Rewind from the store for $9.99.
  10. I hope so! last time I heard it was $30 for 21, or $65 for both..
  11. I'll just activate my fake desync detector...
  12. Apparently Rewind is US$9.99 in the store if you bought NHL21 separately. This was for Playstation.
  13. I never ran a league with that mod, because I figured there were a few guys who might try to do that. I can still think of a couple guys who have played recently who might possibly do something like that to get the upper hand when it mattered.
  14. couple notes: Using EARE, you actually can't completely eliminate home advantage. There's still a slight advantage for some reason (see the 0/0 teams in the table): smozROM can only eliminate hot/cold, there isn't a tone-it-down option. IIRC hot/cold ranges from -0.6 to +0.4 on the 0-6 scale. (On SNES it seems like +/-2 or something wild). One thing that always worried me about using the "show true ratings" hack was that you'd have some unscrupulous people who would fake a desynch if they saw Roenick was col
  15. First couple Ko94-V streams added. Over time I'll also split them up onto youtube.