Remote Image Loader and Sequential File Downloader

These are two small scripts I made a while ago to help me see or download images with a sequential filename (001, 002, 003… etc).

The first one is done in JavaScript and it lets you view them on your browser. You can find the code here:

https://gitlab.com/linknm/remote-image-loader

Or you can use the web app here:

https://linknm.gitlab.io/remote-image-loader/

The second one is a small Python script I did afterwards. While my idea was still focusing on image files, it can pretty much download any kind of file too as long is it has an extension in its file name. You can check the code and download it here:

https://gitlab.com/linknm/sequential-file-downloader

Unlocking Trygames version of Mega Man X5

Long ago, I bought Mega Man X5 for PC (Windows) through Trygames since I didn’t own a PlayStation. And of course, back then, everything worked perfectly fine. Today, though, that copy of Mega Man X5 is now permanently locked since Trygames is dead.

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MMX Legacy Collection 2 – Two X8 videos (and comparing with old ones)

Since I had those old Mega Man X8 videos already uploaded to the N Masters YouTube channel, I thought to myself, “Why not?”. So here are the new Mega Man X8 videos recorded from the X Legacy Collection 2. I decided to specifically record and upload these two already since they are the same content that was previously uploaded.

Loading times are surprisingly quick now. Also, the X Collections give me the excuse to record and upload more Mega Man X game videos to N Masters since they are all now officially in a Nintendo console. 😛

You can watch the previously recorded videos inside this post, btw. Those were recorded from the PC version.

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Media Go Download

Since Sony decided to remove everything related to Media Go when they stopped supporting it (even the actual download to its latest version) I wanted to share this for any PSP owner that may need it.

Media Go v3.2
SHA-256: A5821ECAE3B196128A0ED9568B08F7E0B8B9B81CB19A4F99FF4A0FCF380CFEB1

This was the latest version that I could access from Sony’s servers (through archive.org ) and works well, afaik. Useful if you want to easily manage media files on your PSP, as they are converted properly and in decent quality.