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  1. PS1 on PSP sound Issues

    Hi PSX-Scene community! I'm new here and I have a question for anyone who knows the answer or knows someone who does know the answer to my question. I've recently got my "JOY" of a PSP back out and started to put some PS1 games on there using POPSTATION. The problem I'm having is no gaming music in some of them. What I HAVE noticed is that the ones that have sound, when loaded up in UltraISO, it says it's a "PS CD". The ones with no gaming sound except only sound effects like sounds of shooting and enemies blowing up ETC, when loaded up in UltraISO, it says it's a "Mixed Mode CD". So is there ANY way to like convert these title's (mixed mode cd) so as to have sound? I've tried EVERYTHING, extracting the files, then using different programs to create ISO's or BIN/CUE files. I'm alittle worn out and need help from someone with ALOT more expertise than I have. The games I'm working with are REALLY cool SHMUPS with REALLY cool soundtracks, one of them being STAHLFEDER. Thanx for any help guys in advance, and have a good one. KEEP GAMING!
  2. PS1 on PSP sound Issues

    Hi PSX-Scene community! I'm new here and I have a question for anyone who knows the answer or knows someone who does. I've recently got my "JOY" of a PSP back out and started to put some PS1 games on there using POPSTATION. The problem I'm having is no gaming music in some of them. What I HAVE noticed is that the ones that have sound, when loaded up in UltraISO, it says it's a "PS CD". The ones with no gaming sound except only sound effects like sounds of shooting and enemies blowing up ETC, when loaded up in UltraISO, it says it's a "Mixed Mode CD". So is there ANY way to like convert these title's (mixed mode cd) so as to have sound? I've tried EVERYTHING, extracting the files, then using different programs to create ISO's or BIN/CUE files. I'm alittle worn out and need help from someone with ALOT more expertise than I have. The games I'm working with are REALLY cool SHMUPS with REALLY cool soundtracks, one of them being STAHLFEDER. Thanx for any help guys in advance, and have a good one. KEEP GAMING!
  3. [MEGA] P.N.03 [NTSC-U] [ISO]

    P.N.03 [GPNE08] - NTSC - 1.35GB 2003 - Nintendo Gamecube DESCRIPTION: Third-person action shooter from Capcom, featuring robot hunter heroine Vanessa Z. Schneider. This beautiful mercenary for hire with a mysterious past is called in to take care of an off-world colony overrun by a Computer Arms Management System (or CAMS) gone completely haywire. Gameplay exists of run-and-stop shooting action with a rhythm twist, as Vanessa explores 11 linear levels. She can shoot single blasts from her hands or take on multiple enemies at once utilizing a number of combos, which are tied to the nine upgradable suits found in the game. Produced by Shinji Mikami. DOWNLOAD: [hide][Hidden Content]] PLEASE CLICK "LIKE" TO REVEAL THE DOWNLOAD!
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  13. This hack makes a bevvy of dialogue changes to Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door. The basic, no-frills mod fixes errors and oversights in the game’s script, and reverts changes made during the game’s localization (cola = alcohol, the whole business with Vivian’s gender, etc.) There is also an optional mod that adds some fun extras; a couple of gags from the Spanish localization are added to the mix, some of Vivian’s story-relevant dialogue has been tweaked, and much more. The “extras” .txt file in the zip details all of the changes, check it out and see if it strikes your fancy. Should you be so inclined, there is also a third mod included that updates certain enemies and items to make their appearances more in-line with the modern Mario games. Do note that these modernized textures are only visible in Dolphin, as they rely on Dolphin’s built-in texture swapping feature. The other two mods are primarily dialogue-based, however, and work just fine on a hacked Wii / Wii U. [Hidden Content]
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