Game Help Needed Please

Started by swisstoni, May 24, 2014, 07:24:18 PM

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swisstoni

Afterburner 2 and Super Street Fighter 2 are listed to support 31khz but does anyone know the key to press to switch from 15khz?

eidis

May 24, 2014, 07:52:18 PM #1 Last Edit: May 24, 2014, 08:48:34 PM by eidis
 Hi Swisstoni !

Hold OPT.1 when launching Afterburner2 for 31kHz mode.
Super Street Fighter II in V4 is different version which by default runs in 31kHz.

Keep the scene alive !
Eidis
X68000 personal computer is called, "X68K" or "no good good" is called, is the PC that are loved by many people today.

H68k

May 25, 2014, 04:44:59 AM #2 Last Edit: May 25, 2014, 04:46:48 AM by H68k
Quite a few games have key combos, you can use as they start up.. to change things like the screen resolution.. screen refresh..  enable cheaty modes.. developer modes... hidden menus etc etc.

There's some Japanese sites out there that have cheat sheets with the listed.. but it's been a while since I looked.


At the end of the day though, your better off getting a scan converter box, if you don't want to use a CRT... or your CRT doesn't support those kind of video modes.

eidis

 The XRGB-mini FRAMEMEISTER is awesome. However, veery expensive.

More info here:
http://junkerhq.net/xrgb/index.php/XRGB-mini_FRAMEMEISTER

Keep the scene alive !
Eidis
X68000 personal computer is called, "X68K" or "no good good" is called, is the PC that are loved by many people today.

swisstoni

Cheers thanks for the link although these look expensive it looks good for use with retro computers and consoles, so will 15khz games run fine on a standard LCD screen with these?

Quote from: eidis on May 25, 2014, 05:55:44 AM
The XRGB-mini FRAMEMEISTER is awesome. However, veery expensive.

More info here:
http://junkerhq.net/xrgb/index.php/XRGB-mini_FRAMEMEISTER

Keep the scene alive !
Eidis

BlueBMW

I havent used the xrgb-mini but I have used the Micomsoft xpc-4.  It works perfect with these computers.  It basically takes anything the x68k outputs and converts it to anywhere from 640x480 up to 1920x1080.