GLideN64 is making some dramatic leaps. Copying auxiliary framebuffers to RDRAM helps fix everything from Pokemon Snap detection to Top Gear Hyper Bike's terrain. Even Vigilante 8's menus are working better now, though they're far from perfect. The horizontal wipes in Mario Tennis have never worked in any plugin besides Angrylion's until now.
>>2769642 >Pokemon Snap works? It detects Pokemon thanks to new auxiliary buffer emulation. The part where the pictures are evaluated doesn't work currently on GLideN64 due to broken depth buffer, but it ironically does work on Glide64 and Jabo and so on.
I will point out, however, that it's not all peaches and sunshine. Copying auxiliary buffers to RDRAM is a somewhat significant performance overhead.
pS 2 is awesome. Pvp or co-op, you're going to fucking have fun. OP, fucking play the shit out of it. Fap to the sand nigger bitch when your parents arent looking. Pretend to be edward falcon when you're alone in the shower. Fucking jawesome mate
Why not. It was my first RPG, i was 14 or 15 years old and i finished in two weeks without any problems. It's not like this is Wizardry IV. You just need to read the descriptions, save & load and shoot arrows to everything.
>>2769175 >Splatterhouse and Altered Beast are also single lane beat'em ups but they feel kinda spammy and not as technical, in my opinion. >but they feel kinda spammy and not as technical, in my opinion.
Neither of the games you mentioned are "spammy" actually. Both are very methodical games that require previous knowledge in enemy placement and boss patterns if you want to play efficiently (i.e. 1cc).
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Last one for me was Duck Tales, and before that, 100% clear of Kirby's Dream Land 2.
I gave up on Donkey Kong Country, I just don't like the game very much and decided it wasn't worth my time to clear. Now I'm either going to work on clearing Perfect Dark or Super Mario Kart. Not sure which one will be more cruel.
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There's a remake of the first games in the works that might up the notch over the IIGS and Amiga ports. $3 isn't a whole lot but you could always just emulate it first. Do you have experience with other party based dungeon crawlers like Wizardry or Might and Magic?
I played a little ways into the first one earlier this year when Amazon was giving away the Android version (it's just Apple IIgs disk images and the kegs emulator for Android).
The oldest RPG I'd played prior was Ali Baba and the 40 Thieves for Atari 800 when I was a kid in the 80s, which is still "modern" in the way it handles recording changes in the world, and overall a pretty user-friendly game. I'd been aware of Wizardry and knew a kid that had it, but never actually played anything like that myself.
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>>2768649 No, it's only an imitation of the electrical circuits in the real game. The timings are all off, the games won't count as beaten and you won't have achieved anything if you use one. You should always use official cartridges.
I got a Sega Genesis model 1, like 40 games (mostly sports but a couple good ones like sonic 1 and two and stuff), three controllers, an arcade stick style controller, an N64 full racing wheel and pedal setup, two ps1 racing wheels, for like 80bucks.
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