Total Vice running in my living room - collection complete!

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  1. awbacon

    awbacon Robust Member

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    https://imgur.com/a/MbOeWD1

    Finally found Total Vice. Then I found a second one. In 24 hours haha.

    So I finally have every M2 game released by Konami with the ability to play them. Tobe! Polystars / Evil Night / Total Vice / Battle Tryst / Heat of Eleven ‘98.

    Sadly I didn’t have time to play Total Vice, but just tested it. I’ll get a chance to play soon but work and life are busy as crap and I just wanted to test this.

    But I’ve managed to get 5 M2 pcb’s and completed the collection. Still need some original cd’s still.

    Fun fact : Total Vice isn’t encrypted with a RTC chip if you are swapping discs with other Total Vice versions. I put 639AAB01 coded disc into a pcb that is set up with 639JAA02 discs and it loaded fine. There was no RTC check on boot either (there is no RTC chip on the pcb stack)
     
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    awbacon Robust Member

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    Was trying to embed photo on my iPhone and failed so I hotlinked
     
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    did you swap bios chips from another board, or did you happen to buy a working set of total vice boards??
     
  4. awbacon

    awbacon Robust Member

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    Lol I actually ended up with 2 Total Vice boards. Different versions
     
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    Johnny Gran Turismo Freak and Site Supporter 2013,2015

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    Congrats on completing the collection!
     
  6. awbacon

    awbacon Robust Member

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    Thanks! I still can’t play Total Vice yet since both my pcb’s are medium res and fail to boot if the dips on the main M2 board are set to standard res.

    I need to burn an iso for a standard res Total Vice version and patch it to the AAB or AAC versions. I did that for my Hell Night pcb to get it to run in standard def, but my iso’s for Total Vice don’t want to burn with multiple different burning applications.

    I’ll work on it shortly. For now I can watch attract mode and the first enemy pop up in level 1 and kill me repeatedly Lolol

    Or I’ll get a medium resolution monitor. My PVM only supports standard def, so def not working on that
     

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