> > > Well, all I know for sure is that if Raiden II can finally be emulated after 15+ > > > years, Toaplan sound chips must have a weakness that can be exploited to finally > > get > > > the data from them. This also assumes a reputable decapper can be found... > > > > you do know that these things are about as equivalent of saying 'if we find a > > universal cure for cancer we'll surely be able to discover how to walk through > > walls') > > My point was is that if there's a will, there's a way. I was trying to be polite, but > for some reason, you took what I said the wrong way. > > Such hostility really wasn't warranted.
my point isn't hostile, I just believe yours to be incredibly naive, much like the "if there's a will, there's a way" line you're using right now; that simply isn't true, never has been, never will be. I even attempted to make it humorous to avoid it being interpreted that way ('Envisaged0ne' seems to get this?)
there's zero indication right now that the Toaplan MCUs can be done, and Raiden 2 was an *entirely* different challenge. The Toaplan 2 stuff requires without any doubt, the original code from the original hardware if sound is to be properly emulated, it's not something we can just make up by staring at the code for longer until something clicks.
my only purpose is to educate, and prevent the spread of wrong ideas.