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Bleemcast for TK3, GT2 and MGS. Disc check hacked !!!

by elmagicochrisg Tue Nov 22, 2011 1:37 am

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EEkf24W4dJI&feature=player_embedded

Thank you Russia... :mrgreen:

Download link in the Youtube description...
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Re: Bleemcast for TK3, GT2 and MGS. Disc check hacked !!!

by AppleQueso Tue Nov 22, 2011 1:40 am

So is this better than using the Bleem beta thing now?
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Re: Bleemcast for TK3, GT2 and MGS. Disc check hacked !!!

by elmagicochrisg Tue Nov 22, 2011 1:42 am

AppleQueso wrote:So is this better than using the Bleem beta thing now?

It looks more or less glitch free from what I can tell. So I guess that's a step up. Right?...

Still don't think you can save though. Will try it one of these days...

EDIT Just posted a few questions on the Youtube page. Let's hope they take the time to answer them...
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Re: Bleemcast for TK3, GT2 and MGS. Disc check hacked !!!

by AppleQueso Tue Nov 22, 2011 2:09 am

elmagicochrisg wrote:
AppleQueso wrote:So is this better than using the Bleem beta thing now?

It looks more or less glitch free from what I can tell. So I guess that's a step up. Right?...

Still don't think you can save though. Will try it one of these days...

EDIT Just posted a few questions on the Youtube page. Let's hope they take the time to answer them...


You coudl save in the MGS bleem disc so I'm assumig you could still save on this.

You had to dedicate an entire VMU to ps1 saves though.
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Re: Bleemcast for TK3, GT2 and MGS. Disc check hacked !!!

by CD AGES Tue Nov 22, 2011 2:32 am

I don't get it!? What's been improved over the original product. I use Tekken 3 Bleem! On DC extensively and that runs quite well. And all 3 releases save already. I wish I knew what they improved upon...? Where's Anthony when u need em LOL!
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Re: Bleemcast for TK3, GT2 and MGS. Disc check hacked !!!

by AppleQueso Tue Nov 22, 2011 2:45 am

CD AGES wrote:I don't get it!? What's been improved over the original product. I use Tekken 3 Bleem! On DC extensively and that runs quite well. And all 3 releases save already. I wish I knew what they improved upon...? Where's Anthony when u need em LOL!

We can use the Tekken, MGS, etc Bleem discs to run other Psx games now.

Before if you wanted to run other psx games on dreamcast you had to use the bleem beta which wasn't as far along in development and simply wasn't as good. Among other things, you couldn't save, etc.

At least that's what I understand.
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Re: Bleemcast for TK3, GT2 and MGS. Disc check hacked !!!

by bryan_65 Tue Nov 22, 2011 8:10 am

I must check further into this when I get home from work, sound great! :D
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Re: Bleemcast for TK3, GT2 and MGS. Disc check hacked !!!

by benf Mon Feb 20, 2012 5:40 pm

Can't wait to try out some games later tonight.

Hopefully a compatibility list gets started on soon... :D
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Re: Bleemcast for TK3, GT2 and MGS. Disc check hacked !!!

by scarper Fri May 11, 2012 11:41 am

Was the emulation improved upon?
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Re: Bleemcast for TK3, GT2 and MGS. Disc check hacked !!!

by AppleQueso Fri May 11, 2012 11:54 am

oh geez so many typos in my posts in this thread...
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