Game ROM created from a Nintendo Virtual Boy video game; contains data from a Virtual Boy cartridge saved in a read-only file; can be played on a PC using a Virtual Boy emulation program such as Red Dragon.
Virtual Boy was a portable game console developed by Nintendo and released in 1995. It included a headset that provided a 3D experience for gamers.
Audio file used by Grand Theft Auto (GTA) 3 and GTA: Vice City games for PlayStation 2; stores multiple audio clips and includes radio station clips, radio news clips, and cutscene audio; used for audio playback during gameplay.
VB files can be converted to the .WAV format with MFAudio by setting the following program options:
Frequency: 32000Hz, or 16000Hz for the talk stations (e.g., POLICE.VB, KCHAT.VB, and VCPR.VB)
Samples: 16 bits
Interleave: 2000 Bytes
Offset: 0 Bytes
Output format: WAVE
NOTE: VB files are saved in the \AUDIO\ directory on the PlayStation 2 GTA disc.