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  1. I recently came across this emu that lets me play NHL 94 on my Palm, I used it on a 200mhz PDA but I think it will run better with time and updates to the program, but the game does run. If you have a decent PDA check the link out below. http://www.codejedi.com/guineapig/
  2. I've edited only the Sega CD version in the past and I was able to make each team have 2 goalies, even the teams with 1 goalie. Of course for most of you this is old news but 2 goalies should be enough. Increasing the roster size I think is impossible unless someone got the source code for NHL 94 for the SCD.
  3. Shoot, I just signed up for the Genny league but I hear it's closed, I'm up for playing if someone drops out. My net connection as of now is still up in the air, so I'm not sure when my stupid internet provider will fix the problem.
  4. I have a friend who has a few EGM mags that have some ads, there are also a few ads here: http://www.nhl94.com/html/multimedia/artwork.asp
  5. You can get the Sega CD version to easily work on your Sega CD system, all the files are on the main site. If you go here: http://www.nhl94.com/html/editing/edit_iso...y_on_segacd.asp That will tell you how to burn the ISO image to make it work in your Sega CD. Also, if you have the CD, you can boot that with GENS, just make sure PERFECT SYNCRO is on in the CPU menu. That applies for running the ISO image or the CD itself.
  6. Just either model of game, it's way better to buy the system and play the Sega CD version. I myself don't even play the game on my computer because it's hard to set up a game with my friends.
  7. The Sega CD unit here: http://www.revolution.lv/i/art/2734-vgh_sega_cd_1992.jpg and the unit here: http://museoretro.com.ar/jpg/segacd2.jpg will both play NHL 94 just as well. Get whichever one you can get your hands on. They also make a few other hard to find units but the most common (if i can say that) is called a JVC X'Eye http://www.estarland.com/images/products/35/18435/27934.jpg That one plays all Genny games and Sega CD games but it doesn't work with the 32x. They have some more info on the system here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sega_cd
  8. I was looking for info on nhl 94 on wikipedia and this site is listed. Just thought that was cool. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NHL_Series
  9. Sega CD systems in the US Sega CD systems (Mega CD) in the UK At Half.com Ebay store Ebay is a obvious place to go look for a Sega CD system but once you have played 94 on it you will know, 94 junkies like me and a few others on this site know as well that the CD version is worth getting your hands on. Playing the game online via the ROM version is awesome but you owe it to yourself to get an original system. Plus they do make a few other good titles for the CD attachment.
  10. Those are all things that all of us here would love to have in a hockey game. Heck, the reason why we went to great lengths to edit NHL 94 is because new hockey games fail to play like a hockey game should, not many have even come close. I'd be happy with NHL 94 for the Sega CD that had NHL 95 SNES options.
  11. Ya, you could use the Commodore 64 fonts cause they are a lot like the NHL 94 fonts. http://simplythebest.net/fonts/fonts/commodore_64.html
  12. That is good to hear, the Swap Magic discs only work in the top loading newer model of the PS2 right?
  13. This has been discussed many times and there are things in the code like fighting penalty but I don't think the sprites for the fighting are included in the game.
  14. You could make the changes easily with the NOSE editor.
  15. Yeah, they kinda came up short when they put NHL 94 into ONLY the PS2 version and none of the others and didn't make it online capable. I think they were trying to make up for putting out crappy hockey games in the past but what they could have done is made a new kinda NHL 94 on it with new rosters and all that. Another way to play 94 on your PS2 is to use this device: I don't have it but I hear good things http://www.ebgames.com/ebx/product/245195.asp
  16. When it comes to emulation for systems like the C64, emulation is the way to go because you know how much space a C64 takes up. The biggest problem is that the keyboard in most cases, is the reason you lose the 'feel' for a game. It comes down to the controllers.
  17. Yeah, we all here have said this once or twice but someone needs to make a new hockey game based ENTIRELY on NHL 94, including the camera angle. Until then, we will stick with old school 94.
  18. don16086

    NOSE 1.0b released!

    Awesome program, have been using it for a few hours now....
  19. Look in the multimedia section link at the bottom of this page or off the main site.
  20. Well, I don't play NHL 95 but if your running the game through windows use a program called FRAPS. All of those screens I took were through an emulator.
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