I've tried Genocide 2 with the WinX68k-High Speed emulator, but wasn't able to play the game. I got its 4 disk's files, started the game with disks 1 (a?) and 2 (b?) on each drive, but when i select "Start Game" at the title screen, it tells me to "Insert disk B", but doing so, using any of the drives, does nothing... I don't know what i'm doing wrong, any clues?
Weasel, no need to "inform" the emulator when you're swapping disks on Genocide 2, using the WinX68k emulator, it detects the disks automatically. I've only to find out, now, how to access the weapons' in-game menu, cause man, i tried every key on my keyboard already without success :\
ReyVGM, that's right, 1 = system and the others are game disks a, b and c. It worked when i inserted the system one and the A one, and swapped the first with the B one, when the game asked to do so. And i guess this very pattern also applies to other x68k games, as well, since lots of them have exactly this same four-disk set.
Actually, some people from the Tokugawa forums also gave me some insight about it.
Btw 1: Does anybody here has already played this game? It's great, HG101 should do an article about it, i feel they will do it in the future, anyway.
Btw 2: There's a kusoge article about the first one, though. I played that, also, but i don't think it really qualifies as such, it has those obvious flaws, but overall i think the game is acceptable (and even fun), cause it's easy to master and playable on a level that kusoge games in general hardly would reach. It could be a better game, no doubt, but i have to confess that i liked it, even so ^^
Last Edit: Jul 23, 2016 10:20:47 GMT -5 by DreamCuPs