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Suggestions & Feedback / Re: All Quiet On The B-B Front
« on: April 17, 2019, 09:31:36 AM »
^ We have some who returned, and some new people arriving, but we are managing some spam/advertisement issues. Kind of makes people turn away.

If you see spam of any kind don't interact with it in any way. Don't bother posting in any spam topics as well since they get deleted.

Mod Releases / Re: PS2 mods
« on: March 31, 2019, 08:12:06 AM »
When you install to pc every img file gets a folder of its own. Helps with
But does everyone use the form they think is the best?

Usually. People stick with what they know works.

What I'm speaking of is pc installs. Every img file has its own folder, so it's not hard to modify the files in them if you have the right tools. To modify a disc can be slightly more painful.

Mod Releases / Re: PS2 mods
« on: March 30, 2019, 11:07:31 AM »
These files can be replaced after installation of the game. There's no need for an iso tool. The scripts img and .dir file both receive a folder where Bully is installed.

Plus replacing the files will cause you to lose the original data of the game, which you should always backup before using mods.

By re-installing the game it's clearly not the game causing issues. However, it can still be the fault of the OS.

This is a game that was released back in 2008 for the PC. The Windows OS of then was XP and Vista. Windows 7 was based from Vista so it was able to handle Bully as well.

There was issues for quite a few people when they ran it on W10, but the areas you're describing with these issues are either high detail or consist of shadows. Seeing that your frames drop is usually something to do with graphics rendering and trying to keep 60fps.

With W10, it's hard to determine which is the issue, but what you describe sounds a lot like a graphics issue.

Forum Questions/Help / Re: Bumping?
« on: March 26, 2019, 06:31:17 PM »
If the topic hasn't been posted in for a long time the box you type in will have a red colored message above it saying:

"Warning: this topic has not been posted in for at least 120 days.
Unless you're sure you want to reply, please consider starting a new topic.

It gives this message because unless you can get a real conversation going, there's no point posting in something 120 days old or possibly years old.

This rule exists because people started to spam old topics just to increase their amount of posts.

Forum Questions/Help / Re: Bumping?
« on: March 24, 2019, 01:36:14 AM »
"Bumping" is when you take a topic that is very old and post in it.

If you post in a topic where the most recent post was from 2012 and it's 2019 now, you're just bumping the topic that was already dead. This can sometimes be known as necro-posting. Basically taking a dead topic and posting in it.

In very rare circumstances does doing this benefit the community and start a real talk. It just benefits the user who posted and gives them a post count boost.

Modding Questions/Help / Re: mission mods
« on: March 23, 2019, 07:29:05 AM »
Owais, "play the game normally" doesn't give any info on how to fix a mod issue.  :laugh:


As for you James, ArcRace1.lur is located inside of the scripts img file. Best place to run it from is the arcade in the boy dorm.

If you are using a modded file in place of ArcRace1.lur, the file need to carry the EXACT same name of what you originally deleted.

The modded file needs to be named ArcRace1.lur just like the the original one otherwise Bully won't recognize it. You can't just delete and slap in a file with a totally different name.

The name needs to be no different than how you see "ArcRace1.lur", Letter formatting of capital and lower is included along with spacing and any other formatting of the name.

Depending on the tool you're using, you may need to re-compile the img file after you modified it.


As another tip. Don't delete the original game files when you use mods. Keep the original files somewhere. Otherwise you won't have the original content and will need to re-install later just to get it.

Bullworth Never Ending Story / Re: Girl Character Names
« on: March 23, 2019, 01:49:46 AM »
These were girl names Chuck wanted for the story he wrote. This hasn't been posted in since 2012 and Chuck has passed away. There's no point to posting in this.

Resolutions / Re: Shutting down the site ??
« on: March 23, 2019, 01:38:41 AM »
The site is owned by AJ Collins. Whether it goes down or not is his decision. Unless he announces it, the site is not closing.

Anti-Bully / Re: ugly leather jacket
« on: March 12, 2019, 07:45:07 PM »
The clothing of this game is based on school uniforms for the most part. During that age you usually don't enjoy school as it is, so having to follow a dress code and wear a uniform just makes it suck more. You might as well join the military.

Introduce Yourself / Re: Halo!!
« on: March 10, 2019, 07:41:29 PM »
Companies like google send what's known as "spiders" to index the site.

When a google spider indexes the site, it gets added in the most up-to-date form available on the search engine. When the site went down the spiders couldn't access it, so the search engines lost track of it.

Introduce Yourself / Re: Halo!!
« on: March 10, 2019, 05:13:14 PM »
NOTE: This topic has been moved to the "Introduce Yourself" section.  8)

Your last 2 topics have been merged jokerman.

Duplicate topics are considered spam, and removed. I recommend being more clear in your question so people can give a proper answer.

If you are editing a .bin file, you may need to extract the content of it first. The content of a .bin file is strangely formatted, at least for Bully.

Playstation has a proprietary way games are made and put to disc. Such a format is used to prevent damage, as Warfreshs said. If you run high resolution assets on a ps2 it can overheat and cause an emergency shutdown. It wasn't until the ps3 where 1080p was even a thing for consoles, so just think of what little a ps2 can do.

Unless you have a playstation dev system (which is only given to game dev companies) you won't be able to easily test this. PS2 production stopped years ago as well.

Emulators won't really work neither because they are usually designed to ignore most of the limitation of a console.

Modern day consoles have more power, but their operating systems are built and updated to constantly check if anything has been modified. This is because Sony wasn't happy when people were installing Linux on the fat ps3.

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