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Discussion in 'GBAtemp & Scene News' started by Tempbot, Feb 26, 2008.
^^wiirelease-0662^^Contributed by Railgun
release size is taken from the nfo, maybe scrubbed?
450mb's should be scrubbed
The nfo says the garbaged were removed and it's still working.
So, yes it is.
Nuked though for being scrubbed
Why is it nuked since its still a perfect working game with the garbage removed? Jesus, don't those nukers have any bloody cow sense?
the scene rules are probably state that a release has to be untouched thus a clean none garbage removed iso
Don't those things change to console specific shit eventually? Wasn't the GC the same way, until people started finding out how to remove the garbage and what not? I'm sure a few of those releases were nuked too, until they became the norm. I don't know, memories not that good. But breakout clones are..
As I said. They need to follow the example set by PS2 and Xbox. Games for those are typically their actual size on disc.
This game appears to be part of a series. http://www.gamefaqs.com/search/index.html?...ushi&platform=0
If they would remove all the garbage data form the game, the ISO will be 0 Kb
Thanks Railgun, but if this is nuked (I don't see it on any of my sources), then I'll have to get someone from staff to delete it.
As long as it works no different from the original, it's not nuked in any way.
Ah, OK. Thanks for clearing that up.
*facepalm to self*
On one of my sources it's listed as Nuked (reason: hacked_scrubbed.release), and Simple Wii Series Vol. 6 - The Wai Wai Combat it's also nuked...
Kudos to TMD to be the first team to use WiiScrubbed isos Let's hope that the scene accepts it as a standard.
Lets not hope not, its nuked for a good reason. This WiiScrubber in its current state is a bad idea to use as a standard. Its not about keeping games 100% identical to original, its about them not being hacked up in a makeshift way to be smaller. With this method for example games can easily be detected to be copies, and all the tool does is wipe out data without decrypting and repacking/encrypting again. GC scene was caused problems by very similar things to this.
Until theres a way to PROPERLY rebuild Wii ISOs, there wont be a change in standard.
The King has spoken
Sounds good 2 mii
And thats the reason why this scrubbed releases should get nuked.
This is NOT right!!!
Did you actually ever have a GameCube??
I guess not.
But I DO and I can tell you that there hardly never was a problem because of a "wiped" or "shrinked" or "stripped" GameCube ISO!
And IF there was a problem, you could easily fix it using "FSTFix" or/and "RELOC".
So, please stop telling the people untruth stories.
You say there are no problems then you say IF there was a problem you had to use a tool to fix it.. which cannot be the case for Wii, plus now we have the problem of firmwre possibly checking these sectors/signature.
Looks like theres a new tool better than WiiScrubber out now anyway..
The "IF-case" applied to normal users, who messed up the ISOs afterwards.
The scene releases were all OK. No problems.
Which new tool are you talking about?