SuperSampleStar

Another favorite Puyo game of mine. This time on the GBA. A "complete" playthrough (as in getting the TRUE ending, not the character cards) with no Game Overs

Played on RetroArch for Linux (Devuan Beowulf (A.K.A. Debian 10 Buster))
Recorded via SimpleScreenRecorder.

The beginning of the video will tell you all you need to know about my feelings on this game. Also this video uses crossfades instead of regular fade-ins/outs because the graphics get fucked up at the beginning of the replays.

Game was played on FBNeo through FightCade 2 on Linux (Devuan Beowulf (A.K.A. Debian 10 Buster))
Recorded via SimpleScreenRecorder

No gameplay video in between the song this time. This remix had so much stuff added, and I tried to show everything as quickly as possible.

So Christmas came early this year because after long extensive research I was able to find specific vocal packs from the 90's, including ones used in Sonic CD. I've always wanted to do a remix of one of the songs from that game. This specific idea started as an experiment, but I'm very happy with how it turned out. Majority of the samples and instruments used are from DDR/BMIIDX "Spin The Disc" by "good-cool" (hence the subtitle)

Click here to download for free: https://supersamplestar.bandcamp.com/track/stardust-speedway-past-spin-dat-disc-remix
Link to all my other songs & albums: https://supersamplestar.bandcamp.com/

Song made on LMMS: https://lmms.io/

So now that I've been using Zangief in a more "serious" nature, I've come to the realization that his Alpha versions SUUUUUUUUUCK. They took away his amazing throw range he had in the SF2 series, so now you have to be REALLY close for his 360 move to work. I can manage it, somewhat, but it's still not the same.

His SF2 version in Alpha 2 is just his Championship Edition version... no Quick Lariat, no Green Hand, no Running Grab/Atomic Suplex, and obviously no Super Meter/Air Blocking/Alpha Counters.

Game was played on FBNeo through FightCade 2 on Linux (Devuan Beowulf (A.K.A. Debian 10 Buster))
Recorded via SimpleScreenRecorder

So I got bored one day and decided to see what was the most downloaded NES hack, and this was the first result. After playing through it, I can see why... it's REALLY good.

Get the rom here: https://www.romhacking.net/hacks/2068/

Played on RetroArch for Linux (Devuan Beowulf (A.K.A. Debian 10 Buster))
Recorded via SimpleScreenRecorder.

Just like the Zangief & Fei Long playthroughs, I'm using two patches that enhance the game a bit.

Get The Patches Here:
PCM Driver:http://www.romhacking.net/hacks/2134/
Enchanced Colors: http://www.romhacking.net/hacks/2413/

Game was played on Gens/GS for Linux (Devuan Beowulf (A.K.A. Debian 10 Buster))
Recorded via SimpleScreenRecorder.

Somnambulist (plural Somnambulists) - A person who walks about in his or her sleep; a sleepwalker.

You're Welcome

Why yes, I am still doing this series, thanks for asking.

Just like the Zangief playthrough, I'm using two patches that enhance the game a bit. Fei Long is a character I use when I'm REALLY bored and want to mix things up a bit.

Get The Patches Here:
PCM Driver:http://www.romhacking.net/hacks/2134/
Enchanced Colors: http://www.romhacking.net/hacks/2413/

Game was played on Gens/GS for Linux (Devuan Beowulf (A.K.A. Debian 10 Buster))
Recorded via SimpleScreenRecorder.

There's a debate in the FGC on whether or not Alpha 2 is better than Alpha 3. personally I like Alpha 3 more, but Alpha 2 is still a good game in its own right. For the hell of it, I decided to play it, and use old-skool Chun-Li. The difference between this and her original alpha version is that in this version her fireball is a charge attack (which I prefer over that half-circle bullshit) and she can't air-block. Otherwise she's the same. It just sucks she doesn't have her Spinning Bird Kick like in Alpha 3.

Game was played on FBNeo through FightCade 2 on Linux (Devuan Beowulf (A.K.A. Debian 10 Buster))
Recorded via SimpleScreenRecorder

So I got bored one day and decided to see what was the most downloaded NES hack, and this was the first result. After playing through it, I can see why... it's REALLY good.

Get the rom here: https://www.romhacking.net/hacks/2068/

Played on RetroArch for Linux (Devuan Beowulf (A.K.A. Debian 10 Buster))
Recorded via SimpleScreenRecorder.

So just like my MMX4 playthrough, this is a romhack of MM8 that replaces the horrible English cutscenes with the Japanese ones with subtitles. And no I don't get all the bolts in this playthrough.

Get The Undub Patch Here: https://www.romhacking.net/forum/index.php?topic=26255.0

Played on RetroArch for Linux (Devuan Beowulf (A.K.A. Debian 10 Buster))
Recorded via SimpleScreenRecorder.

Believe it or not, this is actually one of my favorite games from the bunch.

Game was played on Gens/GS for Linux (Devuan Beowulf (A.K.A. Debian 10 Buster))
Recorded via SimpleScreenRecorder.

Rayman was another 2D platformer I played a lot. The thing about this and Gex was that I played it on the Sega Saturn, and while there were no differences with Gex, the same could not be the same for Rayman. The PS1 version is the inferior version. The Saturn version has better graphics (plus stuff like scene transitions), and better audio mixing. Unfortunately there's no Saturn core available for my specific Linux OS, and the Mednafen version chugs my machine like crazy if I try to record while playing, sothis will have to do. I am going for a 100% complete run of this game.

Played on RetroArch for Linux (Devuan Beowulf (A.K.A. Debian 10 Buster))
Recorded via SimpleScreenRecorder.

I have too much free time on my hands.

Link to tune if you want:
http://www.mediafire.com/file/kipazjn7ns2xh45/file

So in regards to mash-ups, the videos will be slightly different, as they are just a straight up "copy/paste" job and doesn't require that much effort to make so there is no need to show how it was made on LMMS.

So this was one of the two last songs I uploaded on my now defunked SoundCloud account that made UMG (Universal Music Group) loose their shit and start deleting stuff off of it, prompting me to nuke the account. Considering this mashup had a short shelf life over there, I'm still labeling it as "new" on here. Unfortunately I never made a back-up for this mashup so I quickly remade it. The other song you're hearing is DJ Encore's "I See Right Through To You".

Click here to download for free: https://supersamplestar.bandcamp.com/track/dark-horse-dj-encore-remix
Link to all my other songs & albums: https://supersamplestar.bandcamp.com/

Song made on LMMS: https://lmms.io/

So in regards to mash-ups, the videos will be slightly different, as they are just a straight up "copy/paste" job and doesn't require that much effort to make so there is no need to show how it was made on LMMS.

This is the other old mashup that not only I cleaned up, but re-arranged. This mixes "More And More" by Captain Hollywood Project and "Robotix" by kBit, which appeared on In The Groove 2

Click here to download for free: https://supersamplestar.bandcamp.com/track/more-and-more-robotix-remix
Link to all my other songs & albums: https://supersamplestar.bandcamp.com/

Song made on LMMS: https://lmms.io/

So in regards to mash-ups, the videos will be slightly different, as they are just a straight up "copy/paste" job and doesn't require that much effort to make so there is no need to show how it was made on LMMS.

For those of you wondering, I have a back-catalog of old and new mashups I need to work on. This being one of them. An oldie combining Moby's "Oil 1" with DDR's "Drop Out (From Nonstop Megamix)". This time it's arranged differently than how it was before when I first made it years ago. I think it has a better ending in this new version.

Click here to download for free: https://supersamplestar.bandcamp.com/track/drop-oil
Link to all my other songs & albums: https://supersamplestar.bandcamp.com/

Song made on LMMS: https://lmms.io/

The second game (Cruis'n World) is miles better than this one. Also I'm not going to torture myself into getting the other upgrades because you HAVE to pass every course in 1st place only. In the second game, you have to be at least 3rd place, so they are much more lenient and fair.

Played on RetroArch for Linux (Devuan Beowulf (A.K.A. Debian 10 Buster))
Recorded via SimpleScreenRecorder.

Surprisingly easy for being in the purple category (Intermediate). You just need PATIENCE and quick reflexes.

Game was played on Gens/GS for Linux (Devuan Beowulf (A.K.A. Debian 10 Buster))
Recorded via SimpleScreenRecorder.

I only knew ONE person that had this back in the 90's. Otherwise the first time I actually got to play this was on the Wii's Virtual Console. It's fun, but challenging. The key is to save up all your lives and then use them on the last boss levels, which is exactly what I did in this playthrough. There's an NES port of this game but I heard it wasn't that good.

Played on RetroArch for Linux (Devuan Beowulf (A.K.A. Debian 10 Buster))
Recorded via SimpleScreenRecorder.

It's been a while since I touched this version but 1. I wanted to finish the rest of the characters (minus the shotos) that I didn't get to and 2. I found a few hacks/patches for this game. A PCM Driver fix (so the voices don't sound like shit, although they are lower in tone than normally) and an Enchanced Colors patch that makes the game look similar to how the arcade version looked.

Get The Patches Here:
PCM Driver:http://www.romhacking.net/hacks/2134/
Enchanced Colors: http://www.romhacking.net/hacks/2413/

Game was played on Gens/GS for Linux (Devuan Beowulf (A.K.A. Debian 10 Buster))
Recorded via SimpleScreenRecorder.

Well shit, it's been a while since I played this piece of crap. Yea I got bored so I decided to tackle a few more A52 games, starting with this one. R.I.P. Headphone users at level 9.

Game was played on Gens/GS for Linux (Devuan Beowulf (A.K.A. Debian 10 Buster))
Recorded via SimpleScreenRecorder.

Rayman was another 2D platformer I played a lot. The thing about this and Gex was that I played it on the Sega Saturn, and while there were no differences with Gex, the same could not be the same for Rayman. The PS1 version is the inferior version. The Saturn version has better graphics (plus stuff like scene transitions), and better audio mixing. Unfortunately there's no Saturn core available for my specific Linux OS, and the Mednafen version chugs my machine like crazy if I try to record while playing, sothis will have to do. I am going for a 100% complete run of this game.

Played on RetroArch for Linux (Devuan Beowulf (A.K.A. Debian 10 Buster))
Recorded via SimpleScreenRecorder.

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