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I have a feeling this has been reported before but can't remember for sure. When the opening intro movie starts you'll notice the moon's colors are glitched in the bottom left. Does anyone have hardware to verify this on?

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Ninja Gaiden 1, 2 or 3 ? USA or JP ?
may the same problem in Castlevania 1.


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"moon's colors are glitched"
true. i see here also.

Ninja Gaiden 1 intro movie after of the moon show a effect of the thunder with glitch. Is the same problem in Castlevania 1 before the last boss when Belmont get the cross dropped by medusa (is random to see the cross). Not cross weapon, but the cross that destroy all in screen.


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The graphical error shown in Ninja Gaiden looks like the attribute table isn't getting updated fully. Since the same ROM image works in other emulators, this is probably a timing-related bug (PPU code has a problem, or cycle counting isn't 100% accurate).


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