The Portland convention has come & gone. Is anyone in the DC area planning on going to Video Gamers United? Or have been to it before? I haven't been before but it's a month away and it's piqued my interest.
Why are these games so unreasonably difficult? Battletoads is fair. Ninja Gaiden is fair. Ghouls 'n Ghosts is fair.
Gradius is not only harder than all of these, not only takes away all your powers if you die, not only occasionally sends you back MULTIPLE LEVELS when you get hit ONCE, they somehow expected people to pay actual money for every single credit.
I've been reduced to a shell of man, so why can't I stop playing them?
>>2773253 Yeah most of the time it's lethal since it also takes away your speed ups. I'm always tempted to use it, even though I know it's mostly a trap. Some elitist will come here and tell me to stfo.
Has anyone here added a Pam8403 to your portables? I just ordered a few of these and am thinking of throwing one in my Nomad to help the anemic sound (yes, I've replaced caps and am using a newer speaker...though smaller).
It's an audio amplifier, yeah. High quality, maybe maybe not...but it is impressive to what its output is based on voltages. I stumbled onto these, looking for a small amp layout. They're super inexpensive at $1-2 each...
I don't have that problem. Emulating is very enjoyable to me. Maybe your just a nostalgia filled faggot?
Or you just don't commit to it. Many people hoard tons of roms and don't really take their time to enjoy the games they play. They also tend to abuse save states, I know I did. Some games definitely benefit from save states, but if you put up one before every jump in Mario, your not going to have much fun.
Plugging a cartridge in is also a very satisfying feeling.
I think the gargling sound when you do a 16 hit chain in the original puyo was originally a glitch but they decided to keep it that way in the newer games. It's really satisfying for some reason, sounds like the game is having a seizure.
Would honestly be interesting. The console would had been a lot pricier but games not cost $80. But at the same time there would had been load times. I think the biggest change would be the GC since it would make no sense for Nintendo to go from CDs to mini CDs and having backwards capability would be a big thing,
I like Bonk's Adventure, Super Bonk and other Hudson games, but this one is interesting in that it feels like what I imagine a PCE game would be like [I haven't found a working emulator for linux plus I am too stubborn to use wine and too broke to buy a PCE] Have any of you played it? Do you know of any good games like it? Are the Joe and Mac games good? I understand Congo's Caper is a sequel to those.
This game has some weird mechanics and interesting animations, but it's on the sweet spot where it's not as bland as Super Adventure Island... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Just beat it after casually playing it for a few months. It has nice atmosphere but something about the hit detection and waiting for that 'right' moment to attack was off-putting even until the very last attack on the mana beast. (also what a lame end boss fight, no minions, no alternate forms, just charge your sword, wait, attack - repeat)
Overall I enjoyed it but it's certainly got some flaws. Thoughts?
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