Wii #XXXX - Zenkoku Dekotora Matsuri (Japan)

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Feb 28, 2008
  1. JPH
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    ^^wiirelease-0674^^
     


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    Scrubbed release.

    Looks fun [​IMG]

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    "Decoration Truck?" Very strange indeed.
     
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    So now scrubs automatically mean #XXXX?
     
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    instead of "Raw Dump" there should be a option for nuked: yes/no (if yes with reason)
     
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    is this a spin off of Pimp My Ride?
     
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    Scrubbed means not exact copy, and not a good backup. Scene rules say only good, real backups.

    Nevermind whether it "works" or not. Scrub it yourself if you care.
     
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    so your racing...... Trucks?
     
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    looks like a promo truck, like the politician promotion truck from 1st ouendan dont you think
     
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    Had enough of this. I'm now officially anti-scene. I will never again endorse a scene decision or release for any system.
     
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    I thought the GC scene was just fine with scrubbed GC isos.

    But yeah, scene rules suck. Multipart rars for DS roms is fucking ghey.
     
  12. Jackreyes

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    Yeah...
    I take it there is nobody officially in charge of 'the scene'
    i think we should just try to make people change the 'rules'
     
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    And what does it matter what is and isn't nuked? The point is, you can still get it if you want. It's out there. Not agreeing with what they do is one thing, but saying "I've had enough of this?" Just seems a bit much.

    So anyway, what is this? Truck driving sim? I loved Densha de Go, and tried to play Tokyo Bus Guide. Fun games, this does look neat.
     
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    Does the shorter amount of time to download REALLY merit the decision to make a "scrubbed" release a proper rip? It's deleting data from the disc image that is actually on the disc.

    In the future, if the firmware was made to check for this, and then you'd just have a huge backlog of shitty, useless releases.

    Remember, scene is about collection, preservation, and completeness, not just "Free shit for everyone!"

    If you read NFOs, you'd find very often that they encourage people to purchase the product.
     
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    Come on guys, enough talk about "I hate the scene" and "Why should scrubbed not be nuked..."


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    WHO'S READY TO DRIVE SOME CRAZY JAPANESE TRUCKS!
     
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    It isn't currently possible have an identical Wii backup anyway. Writers and blank media of the manufacturer-approved Wii format aren't publicly available, like most other consoles or handhelds.
     
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    people like you are the only reason we still have hope for world peace
     
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    I highly agree with your post, the scene releases should remain as much exact copies of the original games as possible. I'm sure Nintendo are going to try and detect scrubbed releases in the future similar to Microsoft detecting incomplete games in banning Xbox360's.


    On topic, so this game is about decorating trucks and driving them around?
    The 'decorations' IMO look craphouse... Just like slapping any old random crap onto the truck...
     
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    Don't worry, your decision, opinions, or even existence won't have any effect of it; thankfully.
     
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    Weird. The last post in this thread disappeared after that server upgrade?
     

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