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Because you should use your own game, not a pirated image from the internets smile

awbacon wrote:

Region: ASIA

JAA - Japan
UAA - USA
EAA - Europe
AAA - Asia

Correct me, if I'm wrong.

Talking about search issues - some symbols in search requests should be modified instead of passing them "as is" to the URL. Like, you can't search for "120%", because any browser treats it as a broken command.

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For what? smile

LastCat wrote:

Comments:  Letter V in the Mastering code between Mastering Code and SID code

It's a part of the ringcode, means "Victor" (mastering/recording company).

Yeah, dareka ga should be correct.

LedZeppelin68 wrote:

Merge It!

Not the best solution for decompressing them on-the-fly on "a tiny quiet Android box".

It can be used as a main title (and we usually agree with Mobygames), but we need iR0b0t to reenable the default search in comments, so the "Origins" could be put there as a searchable alternative title.

Use CHDs smile

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It seems he has already dumped everything earlier and only has images now smile

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The ones without audio tracks can be converted, the ones with audio tracks - depends on the drive you've used.

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Nope, we don't add the scene ones, sorry.

https://thrillkill.fandom.com/wiki/Thrill_Kill_versions -- though, if yours is the "Full Censored" variant, it is probably an important MIA.

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Any details about yourself? What do you want to find here? smile

http://forum.redump.org/post/70801/#p70801 -- try to dump one more time with this version, please.

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http://forum.redump.org/topic/22567/ss- … gether-us/ -- this disc has a confirmed sub desync, but the recent DIC doesn't create the 'subs indexes' set of files (actually, the tracks are the same for both TOC and sub indexes, but the gaps in cue differ).

Madroms wrote:

rev0 wit 10M...19M:
Panic-chan 01551 (genteiban) This CD is special (same data as 01551A).

I think it's a typo.
http://redump.org/disc/35610/ - 10M is Rev A
http://redump.org/disc/2028/ - for 11M they forgot to add that "A" symbol.

Madroms wrote:

(maybe for old dumps ?),

Yes, "Last modified 2011-10-29 02:49", before the toolstamps section was even added. These will be eventually rechecked and fixed when AMoC dumps the rest of his US stuff and wiggy2k - the rest of his PAL stuff.

https://segaretro.org/images/b/be/WSB_S … U_Disc.jpg -- noticed this one also has a 1S (in db)/2S (on the photo) variations.

Madroms wrote:

I don't think it is correct to consider them as toolstamps and not part of the main ringcode.

Shifted = toolstamps, IMO.

Madroms wrote:

You will probably not changed the rules now, but some old entries need to be checked.

There are more important ringcode-related things that could be done, IMO, like a separate field for the mastering companies' names and logos.

Madroms wrote:

Yes, but rev0, not revA. I wonder if there are 10 versions for the revA alone.

The general rule for this ringcode type is: 1M...9M - rev 0, 10M...19M - rev A, 20M...29M - rev B, etc.

Madroms wrote:

I wonder why "1008681031<TAB>7/96 1SB4" is seen as engraved and not etched. For me, this is about the same and I would put them in the same field.

Madroms wrote:

I just found weird to not put "1008681031<TAB>7/96 1SB4" in the mastering code (laser branded/etched) field.
I assume it was probably discussed before I joined, btw.

Some discs have the "1008681031"-like part laser-written, like your Bootleg Sampler and the "7/96 1SB4"-like part goes as a toolstamp. Also, on European and US discs there are common toolstamps like "A1" written with the same font. It's not correct to put the symbols written the same way into the "laser-branded" section for one disc and into the "engraved" section for another. Also, it's quite clear the laser-written mastering IFPI comes from the matrix and gets added when the disc itself is being pressed, while that "1SB4" part is written afterwards, similar to the vinyl ringcodes. You can even scratch such a toolstamp with your needle and feel the the groove.

Madroms wrote:

IFPI L223 is laser branded (clearly visible like other type of code -P1K V), but 610-6055P-00400<TAB>1M1<TAB>C<TAB>57 could be seen as engraved and not laser branded. Or this is what you called etched ?

This ringcode type is more complicated. First of all, IR0b0t insisted these should be treated like laser-branded ones. Second, these can also have toolstamps written in a slighty different way:
https://i.imgur.com/pkM60vb.jpg
Notice the "3" and "4" digits are shifted down and were likely added after the main ringcode was written, so it's a toolstamp. They are also visually different a little when you look on the disc under different angles, they are somewhat darker. And I'm not sure it would be correct to put everything into the engraved section.