Complete and verified romset!! Compiled for the Isozone!! This is a setup for the pc, but roms can be used in any other emulator you can think of!
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It took 60 pin cartridges. Nintendo CEO at the time, Hiroshi Yamauchi, initially wanted a machine created that could out-do the many other electronic games on the market. He gave this task to Masayuki Uemura, saying he would like a console with a 16-bit processor and disk drive while still being affordable (about US$75).
Unfortunately, including these features would have costed far too much, so instead they went with an 8-bit processor and the disk drive came later as an add-on called the Famicom Disk System. The Famicom was released in Japan in July 1983 at a price of US$100. The first games released were Donkey Kong, Donkey Kong Jr and Popeye but by the end of 1983 they had made enhanced versions of Donkey Kong Jr and Popeye that allowed 2 players, and they had released Baseball and Mario Bros as well as a Go game and an adult title. In its first year of release, the Famicom was often found to be quite an unreliable console with numerous bugs and freezing problems. Yamauchi did not want this system's future to be threatened and so he recalled all sold systems and stopped further production until the problems were fixed. Famicom was re-released with a new motherboard but the same familiar design.
In 1984 Nintendo felt it was time to bring their console to America. They asked Atari to market the Nintendo Advanced Video System, an Americanised version of the Famicom, but they were developing their own machine at the time so Nintendo later hired Worlds of Wonder to distribute the NES when it was released the next year. At CES in June 1985, after the Video Game Market Crash, Nintendo released their console as the Nintendo Entertainment System to American audiences with extreme scepticism. Nintendo had to promise retailers that they would buy back all unsold systems as they were weary that no-one would buy after the crash and the push towards home computers. The console was redesigned to look less like a toy and was front-loading with larger, 72-pin cartridges. Test-marketed in New York, the 100 000 consoles sold out quickly. When the NES was officially released, Nintendo also released R.O.B.
(Robotic Operating Buddy) and called the NES a 'Robotic Games System' in order to keep people interested in video game consoles. The console could be bought with R.O.B., a light gun and three games for US$249, or you could buy just the console and Super Mario Bros for US$199. Many other packages came later as the console was released in different countries.
Being one of the few systems on the market after the crash and having Super Mario Bros as the pack-in game meant that the NES would be very successful, which it was, out-selling its competitors 10 to 1. The NES outdid the Sega Master System and Atari 7800, both of which came after. The Famicom and NES were later redesigned as the AV Famicom and New NES. This idea was a way of selling a few last consoles before production stopped and was a cheaper alternative to the Super NES. Because the NES lived so long, the games kept getting better and better as programmers gained better knowledge and equipment to produce games. In the end more than 50 million consoles and over 350 million games sold.
There were many interesting accessories made for this console. It is also the console with the most released pirated games and clone consoles. This is by far one of the greatest and most successful consoles ever made.
Information on this page has been sourced from Console Database.
COMPLETE MP3 TAGS| ALBUM ARTWORK| EXTENDED SONGS DOWNLOAD: - - - - It's here! The re-release of This version has songs with MP3 tags taken straight from Brawl's Sound Test, including correct song titles, original game reference, remix composer, and more. It also has album artwork for every individual category, compressed and more detailed categories, completely redone file names, songs that were cropped due to poor loop transitions, and extended versions of songs that were previously cut to make looped versions for Brawl. There are 297 songs spread across 22 albums, with a total running time of over 14 hours, and a little bit over 1GB in file size. The songs are ordered within their respective albums chronologically, according to how old their original game references are (ex: Super Mario Bros. Songs come before Mario Sunshine songs). The albums are split up in order according to how Brawl often places the different game series in a heirarchy (displayed by the songs' original locations on the Brawl disc, and by Brawl's sound test).
To get an idea for how the MP3 tags are laid out, here are the different tags included and what's included inside of them: Track title| Artist| Album| Year| Genre| Composer - Track name (taken from Brawl's Sound Test) - Original game reference (ex: Ending - Yoshi's Story) - Super Smash Bros. Brawl - Album letter - Album name (ex: A - Mario) - 2008 - Video Game Music - Remix composer name (for tracks exclusively remixed for Brawl by famous composers) OR 'Original' to denote a song ported from a previous game (this is exactly how Brawl's Sound Test lays out composers) File names are laid out like so, within their respective album folder: Track Number - Original Game Reference - Track Name (ex: 01 - Super Mario Bros. - Ground Theme) This release also features many songs that were either cut, or extended to offer a better listening experience. Some songs were just plain not meant to loop very well, such as Ai no Uta (it's just a normal song that ends normally. Then it begins again for its loop), and some songs can just drag on for way too long when looped, such as the previous Main Theme of Metroid that extended past 7 and a half minutes. These songs have been cropped to either have non-looping endings (Ai no Uta just finishes when the actual song finishes playing once), or they have been cropped to only play through once, and it fades out during the second loop's beginning. Some songs were cut down by Brawl to put them into a looping form, mostly songs coming from other games, such as a lot of the Sonic songs (like Live & Learn and Open Your Heart).
I have included extended versions of these songs from my own collection of soundtracks so that you can fully enjoy these tracks without the rather abrupt loops that the Brawl versions contained. Here is a list of the 22 albums contained in this release, with some explanations to how I came up with some of them. Ok, it looks like FileFront allows free uploads for files up to 600MB large (so I can easily split the soundtrack into two pieces like Xane did). I should be able to do something similar with MegaUpload as well. I might do MegaUpload and Rapidshare (assuming Rapidshare works like MegaUpload), so that if one encounters bandwidth limits at one site, they can download the second piece on the other site without waiting 24 hours.
FileFront should work pretty good though. All I've got left to do is crop a few more songs and fix all of the file names for the songs (which might take a little while.). Necro time D: Maybe more people will take notice this time around. Anyways, the original post has been updated with a Mediafire link and a torrent. At Mediafire the individual folders of the entire soundtrack have been uploaded so it's possible to download single songs/artwork, or bulk download the folders.
A torrent is up as well where you could do the same: download individual files or bulk download the whole thing in a torrent client (which might be easier to manage the download). There are some seeds/peers already and you should get good speeds.