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Psychic Storm is an Action game, developed by Alfa System and published by Nippon Telenet, which was released in Japan in 1992.

This Turbografx-16 CD game has been converted specifically to work on the PSP system, PCEP being the emulator you'll need if you want background music.

The game is in ISO/MP3/TOC format. Due to the troublesome effort of conversion and that I'm aware complete lack of this format available anywhere online I thought I'd share this and hopefully those who aren't sure can see how to correctly create a working Turbo CD game for PSP emulation.

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(2 Comments) Latest comment was 1 month ago
MetalSonicodraco View Profile
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1 month ago
How did you did this? I want to know...
Thanks for this! But I will also like to convert my own games, I am using PCEP with no Success, game runs 100% with SFX but the music doesn't even appaers at all, do I need an specific tool for converting the WAV to MP3 at certain conditions?

Thanks for a future reply and the upload tho, working nice
kazin1979 View Profile
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1 month ago
I tried helping someone on this thread here. viewtopic.php?f=79&t=74121&hilit=castlevania

I hadn't done it for awhile so took a little remembering haha. It's fairly easy once you get the hang of it. You can use the bin to cso splitter used for Sega CD games to split Turbo CD games if you want, that comes with many of the picodrive emulator downloads.

You'd then need to head over to nectasy to create your .Toc and also convert the CSO files into ISO.
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