Come My Lady .7z
First off, the Wikipedia article currently says 5 layers with 16 files each. Not sure where the discrepancy comes from, but it's not all that relevant. The real question is why use nesting in the first place.
Come My Lady .7z
Therefore, it is necessary to use nested zip files to achieve really outrageous compression ratios. If you have 2 layers of compression, the maximum ratio becomes 1032^2 = 1065024. For 3, it's 1099104768, and so on. For the 5 layers used in 42.zip, the theoretical maximum compression ratio is 1170572956434432. As you can see, the actual 42.zip is far from that level. Part of that is the overhead of the zip format, and part of it is that they just didn't care.
RetroArch doesn't come packaged with its 'cores' (its video game emulators). The authors of RetroArch are mindful of your computer's space. So upon installing RetroArch, it didn't bloat your hard drive with all 100+ emulators it offers! You get to choose which 'cores' you want to be installed.
RetroArch's PlayStation 1 emulation is pretty awesome. It has all the latest 'PGXP corrections', and more. However, RetroArch is a hassle when it comes to disc-swapping with multiple-CD games. DuckStation is a great alternative. It's as good as RetroArch, and without the disc-swapping hassle.
RetroArch comes with around 15 shaders. I'm going to show you the ones I recommend. Once you click a thumbnail below, you can press the left & right arrow keys on your keyboard to quickly transition between all of these previews.
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While unused since the sequence he's in wasn't programmed yet, Flintheart Glomgold would've had an entirely different sprite for racing Scrooge to the treasure in the final boss. Here, he reuses the body of Scrooge's climbing sprites, but with his own unique head sprites that would eventually become leftovers in the final game, as they can still be found near Magica's graphics.
F/SN was the first visual novel I ever played, and it was also the only visual novel I ever bought before I realized what a silly, silly man I am (paying for something I can get for free? Although having the game on my bookshelf is pretty nice). I may just be subconsciously hyping it up since I spent like $200 on it, but I like F/SN a little better than Tsukihime, which comes in at a close 2nd. G-Senjou no Maou and Kara no Shoujo are also pretty good. 041b061a72