Anthony817 wrote:I think since the game is modable it should be possible to find what code controls the radio like Aleron said, but also it could add more to the memory requirements. 16MB of ram is not much to work with. But I don't see why like a community patch couldn't be made for this game adding things back like damage, car headlights and a few more of the PC improvements or later PC patches?
Pretty much all console versions of GTA can be modded with their PC mods to some extent. Not so sure about the PSX versions due to much lower specs though but wouldn't surprise me if it was.
DR TEAMCAST wrote:@IvanGR did you use CDR or legitimate GD-ROM of GTA2 for the video? great work making the demonstration either way
i assumed the radio reset would be caused by an LBA issue, where the LBA is incorrect as the game see's and just resets from the beginning. but if ivangr used GD-ROM i guess not...
it just doesn't make sense that if a studio went through ALL the trouble to get the WHOLE GAME and hardware specific stuff functional(saving to VMU), but they wouldn't go fix less than 10 lines of code for audio playback in a vehicle. maybe it really is an LBA issue that occurred during disc printing\pressing?
Anthony817, post: 977541, member: 60319 wrote:It is a bug only on the DC version of the game. It happens on original game disc too.
Ivan GR wrote:I use Original PAL GDI image on Demul
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