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NES Mike Tyson's Punch-Out!! (USA PRG1) in 17:39.45 by McHazard.(date: 2013-11-27) (size: 20.93 MB, length: 19:02) (size: 18.51 MB, length: 19:02) — Author's comments (17:47.71) Rating: 8.5-The objective is not to beat your opponent. But to humiliate him by winning as fast as possible.Clock Times:Glass Joe 0:42.00 Von Kaiser 0:35.61Piston Honda 0:36.97Don Flamenco 0:14.97 King Hippo 0:37.61Great Tiger 0:47.48 Bald Bull 0:55.25Piston Honda II 0:39.97 Soda Popinski 0:43.48Bald Bull II 1:08.82 Don Flamenco II 0:58.00Mr. Sandman 2:16.48 Super Macho Man 0:44.25Mike Tyson 1:58.XXThis movie, the 7th publication for this game, improves eight fights, totaling a 20.93 second clock time improvement and 496 frames of real time improvement.No clock stopping glitch in this run, though we have that does exploit this glitch. NES Mike Tyson's Punch-Out!!

(USA PRG1) in 17:52.4 by Phil & Genisto.(date: 2004-10-19) (size: 16.46 MB, length: 09:10) — Author's comments (01:26.95) Not rated-This movie has been obsoleted! Click to see the movie that obsoleted it. The objective is not to beat your opponent.

But to humiliate him by winning as fast as possible.Record times in Mike Tyson's Punch-Out:Glass Joe 0:42.00 Von Kaiser 0:35.97Piston Honda 0:42.82Don Flamenco 0:14.97 King Hippo 0:37.61Great Tiger 0:47.48 Bald Bull 0:58.97Piston Honda II 0:50.25 Soda Popinski 0:47.00Bald Bull II 1:08.97 Don Flamenco II 1:00.48Mr. Sandman 2:20.82 Super Macho Man 0:47.97Mike Tyson 1:58.XXNo clock stop glitch in this run.

NES Mike Tyson's Punch-Out!! (USA PRG1) in 17:47.71 by.(date: 2010-12-17) (size: 38.86 MB, length: 19:10) — Author's comments (17:50.0) Rating: 7.7-This movie has been obsoleted! Click to see the movie that obsoleted it.

The objective is not to beat your opponent. But to humiliate him by winning as fast as possible.Clock Times:Glass Joe 0:42.00 Von Kaiser 0:35.95Piston Honda 0:40.25Don Flamenco 0:14.97 King Hippo 0:37.25Great Tiger 0:47.48 Bald Bull 0:57.82Piston Honda II 0:50.25 Soda Popinski 0:45.25Bald Bull II 1:08.97 Don Flamenco II 0:58.00Mr. Sandman 2:18.00 Super Macho Man 0:45.25Mike Tyson 1:58.XXNo clock stop glitch in this run, we have a that does exploit this glitch.This is the 6th published version of this game. This run manages to improve four fights, totaling to a 0.97 second clock time improvement, and 32 frames of real time improvement. NES Mike Tyson's Punch-Out!!

(USA PRG1) 'last boss only' in 04:50.4 by LegendOfMart.(date: 2004-04-08) (size: 4.15 MB, length: 06:00) — Author's comments Rating: Too few votes (1) to display-This movie has been obsoleted! Click to see the movie that obsoleted it. This is a historic movie, submitted and obsoleted beforethe creation of the database-based (and wiki-based) site engine,before July 2004.It was inserted to the database in a history revival projectby in autumn 2006.This run used a password to skip directly to Mike Tyson and TKO's him at 1:17.xx in Round 3. This was not even close to a world record at the time of the record (nor even an impressive time). No hits were taken but the player did take damage by blocking certain punches to obtain stars. NES Mike Tyson's Punch-Out!!

(USA PRG1) in 17:51.87 by.(date: 2005-09-15) (size: 16.06 MB, length: 19:10) — Author's comments (17:52.4) Rating: 7.9-This movie has been obsoleted! Click to see the movie that obsoleted it. The objective is not to beat your opponent. But to humiliate him by winning as fast as possible.Record times in Mike Tyson's Punch-Out:Glass Joe 0:42.00 Von Kaiser 0:35.97Piston Honda 0:40.25Don Flamenco 0:14.97 King Hippo 0:37.61Great Tiger 0:47.48 Bald Bull 0:57.82Piston Honda II 0:50.25 Soda Popinski 0:47.00Bald Bull II 1:08.97 Don Flamenco II 0:58.99Mr. Sandman 2:19.00 Super Macho Man 0:45.25Mike Tyson 1:58.XXNo clock stop glitch in this run. NES Mike Tyson's Punch-Out!!

(USA PRG1) 'last boss only' in 01:34.17 by.(date: 2004-04-11) (size: 1.82 MB, length: 02:54) — Author's comments (04:50.4) Not rated-This movie has been obsoleted! Click to see the movie that obsoleted it. This is a historic movie, submitted and obsoleted beforethe creation of the database-based (and wiki-based) site engine,before July 2004.It was inserted to the database in a history revival projectby in autumn 2006.Like its predecessors, this run uses the famous code 007 373 5963 to jump directly to Mike Tyson and deliver a pounding:) He is defeated at 2:08.xx in round 1 which surpasses any console world record. NES Mike Tyson's Punch-Out!!

(USA PRG1) in 17:52.4 by Phil & Genisto.(date: 2004-11-01) (size: 15.71 MB, length: 19:11) — Author's comments (17:52.4) Not rated-This movie has been obsoleted! Click to see the movie that obsoleted it. The objective is not to beat your opponent. But to humiliate him by winning as fast as possible.Record times in Mike Tyson's Punch-Out:Glass Joe 0:42.00 Von Kaiser 0:35.97Piston Honda 0:42.82Don Flamenco 0:14.97 King Hippo 0:37.61Great Tiger 0:47.48 Bald Bull 0:57.82Piston Honda II 0:50.25 Soda Popinski 0:47.00Bald Bull II 1:08.97 Don Flamenco II 1:00.48Mr.

Sandman 2:19.25 Super Macho Man 0:46.48Mike Tyson 1:58.XXNo clock stop glitch in this run. NES Mike Tyson's Punch-Out!! (USA PRG1) in 17:50.0 by.(date: 2007-01-07) (size: 21.27 MB, length: 19:09) — Author's comments (17:50.53) Rating: 7.8- -This movie has been obsoleted! Click to see the movie that obsoleted it. The objective is not to beat your opponent.

But to humiliatehim by winning as fast as possible.Clock Times:Glass Joe 0:42.00 Von Kaiser 0:35.95Piston Honda 0:40.25Don Flamenco 0:14.97 King Hippo 0:37.25Great Tiger 0:47.48 Bald Bull 0:57.82Piston Honda II 0:50.25 Soda Popinski 0:45.61Bald Bull II 1:08.97 Don Flamenco II 0:58.61Mr. Sandman 2:18.00 Super Macho Man 0:45.25Mike Tyson 1:58.XXNo clock stop glitch in this run, we have a that does exploit this glitch.This is the 5th published version of this game. This run improves the Mr. Sandman fight by 1 game clock second. NES Mike Tyson's Punch-Out!! (USA PRG1) in 17:50.53 by.(date: 2006-06-03) (size: 20.48 MB, length: 19:19) — Author's comments (17:51.87) Rating: 8.1-This movie has been obsoleted!

Click to see the movie that obsoleted it. The objective is not to beat your opponent. But to humiliatehim by winning as fast as possible.Record times in Mike Tyson's Punch-Out (several fightswere played a little faster than in the previous version):Glass Joe 0:42.00 Von Kaiser 0:35.95Piston Honda 0:40.25Don Flamenco 0:14.97 King Hippo 0:37.25Great Tiger 0:47.48 Bald Bull 0:57.82Piston Honda II 0:50.25 Soda Popinski 0:45.25Bald Bull II 1:08.97 Don Flamenco II 0:58.61Mr. Sandman 2:19.00 Super Macho Man 0:45.25Mike Tyson 1:58.XXNo clock stop glitch in this run.

It was definitely released for the famicom. After the huge success of the promotional gold Punch-Out!! They made MTPO for famicom as well as NES. I have seen at least url=copies of it for sale on ebay/url as of 7/29/10.Also url=site/url has pictures of it under the 'different versions' section at the bottom there is a link to Famicom MTPO. If anyone has it, or even a rom of it (although that might not exist) I would be eternally grateful. Famicom!= Famicom Disk System. Just so you know.

You seem confused about that fact.I've already stated that the MTPO is the same as the US version, both the original and the REV A release. It's the non-MT version that's different.

Here's the list of all MTPO and PO releases, taken from the No-Intro Database.Mike Tyson's Punch-Out!! (Japan, USA) (Rev A)Mike Tyson's Punch-Out!! (Japan, USA)Mike Tyson's Punch-Out!! (Europe) (Rev A)Mike Tyson's Punch-Out!!

(Japan) (Gold Edition)Punch-Out!! Famicom!= Famicom Disk System. Just so you know. You seem confused about that fact.I've already stated that the MTPO is the same as the US version, both the original and the REV A release.

It's the non-MT version that's different. Here's the list of all MTPO and PO releases, taken from the No-Intro Database.Mike Tyson's Punch-Out!! (Japan, USA) (Rev A)Mike Tyson's Punch-Out!! (Japan, USA)Mike Tyson's Punch-Out!! (Europe) (Rev A)Mike Tyson's Punch-Out!! (Japan) (Gold Edition)Punch-Out!!

Famicom!= Famicom Disk System. Just so you know.

You seem confused about that fact.I've already stated that the MTPO is the same as the US version, both the original and the REV A release. It's the non-MT version that's different. Here's the list of all MTPO and PO releases, taken from the No-Intro Database.Mike Tyson's Punch-Out!!

(Japan, USA) (Rev A)Mike Tyson's Punch-Out!! (Japan, USA)Mike Tyson's Punch-Out!! (Europe) (Rev A)Mike Tyson's Punch-Out!! (Japan) (Gold Edition)Punch-Out!! (USA)Yes I figured out about the Famicom and FDS. I am simply looking for someone that has the japanese version that can provide me some information regarding the gameplay. I know you think they are the same game but there may be some very subtle differences in gameplay that I want to confirm or refute.

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If this is too vague and you want details PM me. quote='LordVG'Famicom!= Famicom Disk System. Just so you know.

You seem confused about that fact.I've already stated that the MTPO is the same as the US version, both the original and the REV A release. It's the non-MT version that's different. Here's the list of all MTPO and PO releases, taken from the No-Intro Database.Mike Tyson's Punch-Out!! (Japan, USA) (Rev A)Mike Tyson's Punch-Out!!

(Japan, USA)Mike Tyson's Punch-Out!! (Europe) (Rev A)Mike Tyson's Punch-Out!! (Japan) (Gold Edition)Punch-Out!! (USA)/quoteYes I figured out about the Famicom and FDS. I am simply looking for someone that has the japanese version that can provide me some information regarding the gameplay. I know you think they are the same game but there may be some very subtle differences in gameplay that I want to confirm or refute. If this is too vague and you want details PM me.

Cause No-Intro is a site that deals with dumps and redumps and checks and stuff. Their database is a very good source to confirm stuff like that.It certainly may be a possibility that the NES MTPO cart is simply a FC cart (60 pins) with a 60-to-72 pin converter attached.

It certainly may be a possibility that the NES MTPO cart is simply a FC cart (60 pins) with a 60-to-72 pin converter attached. Only way to know that would be to look inside.And doing a little scouring of the web, indeed it is.That's wrong. A converter has been found in a MTPO cart, but I believe that's only been confirmed once. 99.99% of them certainly don't have it.Gyromite is famous for having converters, but even that game only has them maybe 10% of the time. It's generally only the old, 5 screw games that were made for the system's launch that have them, as it's thought that they did it because they didn't have enough NES boards for the early demand. For instance, every Stack Up cart has one in it, and that game didn't get a 3 screw 'reprint.' Of course, people don't trash Stack Up carts for the converters because that's a $20 game whereas Gyromite is pretty worthless.

quote='LordVG'It certainly may be a possibility that the NES MTPO cart is simply a FC cart (60 pins) with a 60-to-72 pin converter attached. Only way to know that would be to look inside.And doing a little scouring of the web, indeed it is./quoteThat's wrong. A converter has been found in a MTPO cart, but I believe that's only been confirmed once. 99.99% of them certainly don't have it.Gyromite is famous for having converters, but even that game only has them maybe 10% of the time. It's generally only the old, 5 screw games that were made for the system's launch that have them, as it's thought that they did it because they didn't have enough NES boards for the early demand.

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For instance, every Stack Up cart has one in it, and that game didn't get a 3 screw 'reprint.' Of course, people don't trash Stack Up carts for the converters because that's a $20 game whereas Gyromite is pretty worthless. No intro seems to work with emulation not the actual games. Emulation cannot simulate hardware can it?

No because things never glitch out, overheat, etc.Also that site is claiming that all those versions are the same which is a lie. There are many well documented differences between NTSC and PAL versions of the game. Hell I have both MTPO and PO for NTSC and there are differences between those two games.

The differences are extremely difficult to notice unless you have played this game a ton and know what to look for. Those hash functions thing probably would not find them, and obv did not.Now back to my original question. Does anyone have this game for Famicom?

No intro seems to work with emulation not the actual games. Emulation cannot simulate hardware can it? No because things never glitch out, overheat, etc.Also that site is claiming that all those versions are the same which is a lie. There are many well documented differences between NTSC and PAL versions of the game.

Hell I have both MTPO and PO for NTSC and there are differences between those two games. The differences are extremely difficult to notice unless you have played this game a ton and know what to look for. Those hash functions thing probably would not find them, and obv did not.Now back to my original question.

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Does anyone have this game for Famicom? No intro seems to work with emulation not the actual games. Emulation cannot simulate hardware can it? No because things never glitch out, overheat, etc.Also that site is claiming that all those versions are the same which is a lie. There are many well documented differences between NTSC and PAL versions of the game. Hell I have both MTPO and PO for NTSC and there are differences between those two games.

The differences are extremely difficult to notice unless you have played this game a ton and know what to look for. Those hash functions thing probably would not find them, and obv did not.Obviously you're NOT reading my posts in full. Go back to the list. Notice that the PAL (Europe) is NOT the same as the Japan/USA one!Also, No-Intro deals with dumping and documenting cartridges. I even checked out a few other sites that host ROMs, and there is NO separate Japan listings anywhere for Mike Tyson's Punch-Out, only Punch-Out, which I stated the difference there (a different final boss).But I guess if you want to spend money on getting the same exact same game twice, well, then go ahead and do it.

quote='sinister1'No intro seems to work with emulation not the actual games. Emulation cannot simulate hardware can it?

No because things never glitch out, overheat, etc.Also that site is claiming that all those versions are the same which is a lie. There are many well documented differences between NTSC and PAL versions of the game. Hell I have both MTPO and PO for NTSC and there are differences between those two games. The differences are extremely difficult to notice unless you have played this game a ton and know what to look for. Those hash functions thing probably would not find them, and obv did not./quoteObviously you're NOT reading my posts in full.

Go back to the list. Notice that the PAL (Europe) is NOT the same as the Japan/USA one!Also, No-Intro deals with dumping and documenting cartridges. I even checked out a few other sites that host ROMs, and there is NO separate Japan listings anywhere for Mike Tyson's Punch-Out, only Punch-Out, which I stated the difference there (a different final boss).But I guess if you want to spend money on getting the same exact same game twice, well, then go ahead and do it. quote='sinister1'quote='Flip'quote='sinister1'I don't want the game.

I want someone that already has it to test something out. Which is why I the titled the thread 'NEED FAMICOM OWNER THAT HAS MTPO'/quoteThen why in the world is this in the Trading Board?/quoteBecause I am trading for information, and this board has people that have lots of different systems and games. If you think it should go elsewhere thats fine, I didn't know where else to put it quite frankly./quoteGaming.

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