Champions World Class Soccer (SNES)
|Champions World Class Soccer|
Finally, A World Class soccer game for Champions. Not like those other regional class soccer games for losers.
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This is the way we pad the ROM, pad the ROM, pad the rom... Boy, you sure are wasting lots o' bytes. Learn to be more frugal. Still more space to pad? Why not add another sound or two. Youd think that game programmers today would be more careful about using all available ROM space, but I guess not. Four score and seven years ago yatta yatta yatta. Who the heck is looking at this anyway. This is a ROM, no one sees this, WHO ARE YOU, WHAT ARE YOU DOING HERE? Quit snooping around and play this great game.
This is followed by text from a proprietary development tool. This doesn't appear in the other games:
~BPC-LINKB v1.8 (by John Rehling/Mark Lyons) July 1, 1993 ~WUsage: ~Ylinkb ~Y linkfile ~y[ > file.BUG ]~w Links and optimizes BIN files for S-NES games. Tries to arrange the BIN files to make best use of the 32K blocks. Generates a BIN file containing all data, and an INC file containing equates for all of the included files. ~WStructure:~w The linkfile contains the following information (line-by-line): ~b Output filename Base starting page Files to link & optimize (one per line followed by label)~w Blank lines and comment lines starting with '~G;~w' may be included. Each filename must be followed by the label to use in the INC file. ~WExample:~w (Simplified) ~bdata.bin $84 test1.map TEST_MAP test1.chr TEST_CHR Reading/parsing LINK file... NO INPUT BIN FILES FOUND IN LINK FILE LIST Arranging BIN files.. Creating BIN file... Creating INCLUDE file... Done LINK FILE '%s' NOT FOUND .BIN .INC ILLEGAL BASE PAGE ADDRESS No label defined - %s BIN FILE [%s] NOT FOUND OOPS!! TOO MANY FILES. TELL JOHN TO REDESIGN. %-15s %s $%06lX .equ %-15s %s $%06lX DATA_END .equ %14s is greater than 32K, spanning page. Appending %14s to $%06lX %06lu bytes Appending %14s to $%06lX %06lu bytes Padding %32s%06u bytes **************************** %s%s INPUT BIN FILE '%s' NOT FOUND Press Any Key To Exit
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(C) 1992 Basement Boys Software
The Japanese flag replaces Canada's in the JP version of the game.
The announcer was localized (whatever that means) in the Japanese game. The tie, desk side texture, and hand shading were also changed.