Wednesday, 18 July 2007

There's a Sonic X-Treme for everyone!

Since apparently I'm the only one here that has played Sonic X-Treme, I decided to spread the love. For all of you out there that don't want to modchip or swap-trick your saturn, and for the people that don't even have a Saturn (*points at gnome*), here's the Sonic X-Treme Pack for the Saturn Junkyard!

This is a pack made by your's truly containing a release of Sonic X-Treme, along with a lot of cover art, and two versions of my favourite Saturn emulator for the PC: SSF. I haven't used it for quite some time, so I decided to include the version I had, 007, and the latest, 008. The older version runs quite fast but with a lot of graphical issues. The newer version on the other hand is quite the opposite, graphically perfect but with a terrible framerate. This, I believe, is just a matter of tweaking the emulator, something I wasn't able to do but that shouldn't be that hard.

If you have any questions on how to work with the emulator feel free to ask, and you can always try girigiri too, another Saturn emulator that supposedly also works with Sonic X-Treme.

Sonic says: "If you don't try it right now, you'll definitely get some!"

Better do what the hedgehog says...


9 comments:

gnome said...

And it's only 22MBs? That was excellent oh Nebacha! Thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you...

I'll let you know how it goes...

fatherkrishna said...

WOW!!! Stunning post Nebacha! now if you or Gnome could just jump through the internet and show me what I'm supposed to do get this thing up and running I'd be eternally grateful!!!

:)

NebachadnezzaR said...

It'e easy, the game comes in an image file that you have to mount using alcohol 120%, daemon tools or something similar.

You can also just burn the cd if you like.

Then you just have to pop up the emulator, configure it to read from the drive you used to mount the game or where you have the game cd in case you burned it, and that's it. It all should be configured already since I zipped my own folder, with the emulator ready to run.

JediCheeseBoy said...

THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!!!

I never believed that Sonic X-Treme would make it into the public domain, especially after downloading multiple torrents that ended up as nothing but rubbish.

Thank you for posting this iso, but more importantly thank you for the brilliant work all of you do on this site. Saturn Junkyard, Dreamcast Junkyard and Racketboy are simply the best sites on the web, keeping alive the greatest videogame systems ever made.

Cheers,
CheeseBoy

fatherkrishna said...

CheeseBoy! So great to see you here!
I'm glad that you enjoy the site! Its come int oits own since the legend that is NebachadnezzaR joined the team... He's the one who brought us all this fabulous gift!

Keep visiting and keep commenting and we'll endeavor to keep those quality posts coming!

Take care brother!

FK :)

Anonymous said...

Perhaps you could have mentioned assemblergames.com for sorting out this release in the first place? Its users collected $2000 to secure this piece of software and then released it to the public.

chanapong said...

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Jonathan said...

Was this a joke?

Anonymous said...

The link is dead :((((( Y_Y im sooo saaad! I search for a working rom for 2 years but i didnt find anything! Can you put it on 4shared or mediafire?