I need guidance. you probably get tons of these threads.
is there a guide you could point me to?
I want to get into emulating and plug it into my big screen plasma.
is there an all in one solution? I saw some people use their wii and use classic controllers. is this the easiest way? I want to do nes, snes, Genesis and maybe Gameboy. also looking for multi-player. again, just posting some guides or sites would help me. even posting your setup for living room gaming would help
If you mean by all-in-one solutions super-(not just because it is super, it is just above other emulators)emulators like Retroarch, I'm not aware of those. Yes, you can use Classic controller. Also you can use GC controllers to play.
There were some guides at GBAtemp. Also there's >>>/vg/hbg
>>3379785 >I want to do nes, snes, Genesis and maybe Gameboy I dunno about all-in-one, but all those are so easy to emulate at this point that you hardly need to fuck with settings. I can run all of those on my 8-year old Toshiba, and it's not even a gaming laptop. Check out emuparadise.me, it's where I got started.
>>3379785 >is there an all in one solution? I'm sorry but there just isn't. When it comes down to the choice of doing something so stupid the better choice is to end it all, each man (or in your case little girl) needs to make his own call on how he's going to meet his maker. So your call. Just make sure you do it.
>>3379673 Pretty much this. There have been so many great franchises on Sony consoles that they just threw away for no reason. If they sold poorly or something I could understand, but no they were all quite popular.
Look at Wipeout for example, great racing series that was popular as hell thrown out for no reason.
What's up guys. Let's talk about the 3DO. My cousin bought it I don't know why but it had some good games like Road Rash and The Need for Speed. Damn, shit looked like real life by the time it was released. What are your thoughts about it?
Emulated vidya will have issues since most of the time the engine knows to cull polys from the normally non-viewable area. Rogue Leader on Nintendont does this. Looks very silly, but is still impressive given how efficient they were.
So it took the world 20 years to get its ass up and collect stuff about the development of settlers 2? http://kultcds.com/Upload/Siedler2/ Anyways. It seems the game originally had more buildings: Wooden Fortress, Wooden Watchtower, well without hut, fountain, carriage house, merchant building, horses (instead of donkeys, that is). And there was another version of the HQ.
DOOM/II/ULTIMATE/FINAL/64 Gameplay, WADs/Maps/Mods, Source Ports All other retro FPS welcome ~~ Let's post like gentlemen ~~
SO YOU WANT TO PLAY SOME... Doom: https://desu-usergeneratedcontent.xyz/vr/image/1467/42/1467421002740.png Doom download: https://yadi.sk/d/469ydBaLndVCJ Quake: https://desu-usergeneratedcontent.xyz/vr/image/1405/27/1405272990521.png Quake... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Growing up in Russia, there has only always been one console of the 5th gen here: PlayStation. No one even knew what N64 was. I didn't have one and my friends mostly talked about shittier games like Twisted Metal ("dude hot dog car lmao"), Dino Crisis ("dude T-Rex lmao"), FIFA and so on.
So after years of disgust, I have a strong idea of PS one being a console for edgy teens and weebs ("muh FFVII-VIII-IX and Xenogears").
Now, years later, I want to find out: were there any truly great games for it, except for MGS, Tekken, SotN,... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>3378675 Yes. RE 1-3, Gran Turismo/Ridge Racer 3-4/NFS3, Wipeout series, Syphon Filter, Silent Hill, Tomb Raider, Crash/Spyro/Ape Escape/CTR, Time Crisis/Point Blank, the best Harvest Moon, Tomba, THPS1-3, Oddworld, Diablo, Warcraft 2/Red Alert/Dune, Devil Dice/Kula World, pretty good port of Doom, PaRappa.
Any game can be reduced to it's most basic premise if you phrase it like that; Ocarina of Time ("dude time travel lmao") or Panzer Dragoon Saga ("dude dragons lmao"). Pretty ignorant way of... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Is the process for replacing a GB/GBC save battery similar to replacing a GBA save battery? I've a Pokemon Gold and an SMB Deluxe cart which both need new batteries, is it just go in, take the old one out, shove the old one in, or is there something more to it?
>>3378651 I just threw it in there with tape to hold it in the right spot and let the force of the cartridge halves hold it all together.
Lazy and shitty but it seems to work fine. No more lost saves, and I subjected it to plenty of bumps and drops and clatters without any issues. Lastly I used a sony battery, no china here. I think we'll be juuuuuuuuust fine.
I've downloaded a rom pack and theres a lot of ROM duplicates with different suffixes, like Rev A, 1.1, proto, etc apart from the region different obvious ones. how do i clean my library so i can only keep the useful ones?
Getting my ass handed to me at the Junon reactor after Weapon appears. I'm level 50, and some of the normal enemies are one shotting me and its not cool. There's some tentacle guy and some fucker who does a poison one shot kill. Should I go back and grind or do I need to change tactics? Its like the difficulty curve just spiked insanely
Please can someone explain to me how in the world this game can have such realistic wave sounds on the fucking SNES? I've been going through my playlist and was blown away. Was it this good in the game itself? I can't remember.
>>3378024 >how in the world this game can have such realistic wave sounds on the fucking SNES By having good samples? Japanese aren't really known for having good samples. Afterall, one of the biggest trademark of the SFC JRPG is a muffled orechestral soundtrack, that only really sounds good in arrangements. The Japanese are rather incompetent sound designers.
>>3378071 The things /vr/ say sometimes, wew lad. Op, in regards to your question I can think of four off the top of my head and all Jap games. Actraiser, Super Metroid, Super Castlevania IV and Axelay. Axelay's voice sample "Arms installation is complete. Goodluck." is the crispest, cleanest voice sample on the SNES/SFC.
I missed out on video games in general because of my parents. Not even pirating and emulating games prevented me from being crippled since they would just grab the PC and take it away, sometimes even going as far as getting rid of the Internet service.
Now that I have more liberty to do things, I want to play the classics, even those that I might already know.
Hey guys I'm trying to remember the name of a PC game that I played in the late 90's. In the game you would fly from planet to planet or to an asteroid and you would collect the minerals or other resources. I know my description is vague but I can answer any questions to the best of my ability. Pic not related.
You are the man. I had it on the genesis when i was too young to understand english enough. Picked it up again a few years later and man it was awesome. Still is. And its fun to see how many games got their inspiration from it. (More like copied stuff)
Its propably why I'm still looking forward to Too many skies. Despite the warnings.
Is there a Playstation model that has both the parallel port for PSIO and the better RGB-output that the later models have? Preferably a Japanese unit, if you live in Europe they're cheaper to get than American counterparts for shipping reasons.
>>3376839 Zelda is supposed to be player inserty that's why Link doesn't talk.
If you are looking for a more recent game try Golden Sun and Lost Age
Generally for that world of magic feeling you should try digging through old school JRPGs and see what catches you. Older FF titles (never my cup of tea personally, Dragon Quest series, could always try Ys as well.
Legend of Mana SaGa Frontier 2 SMT Monster Rancher 2 Klonoa Secret of Mana Earthbound Wild Arms Shining Force 2 Terranigma Daggerfall Rudra no Hihou Chrono Cross Alundra LSD King's Field Threads of Fate (sequel never ever) Ys Beyond the Beyond is generic and boring but I like it Tactics Ogre is depressing but I also like that one Live-A-Live Skies of Arcadia
I've put it off for as long as I could, but my NES - and soon enough my SNES - game collection has outgrown my space for it and I need to buy a new shelving unit.
Anyone got any recommendations for specific brands/models? I want as snug as fit as possible so I don't want something that looks like the pic I've posted here. Also my basement's wall space is at a bit of a premium so Ideally I'd like a more narrow-but-tall shelf that's about 2 feet wide.
Get accustomed to cutting tools, screws, wood and home depot then build to your own preferences. If you want anything half decent don't be a lazy fuck, take measurements. Pic related, my perfect hand-built setup for my autism.
While Dick Tracy and Who Framed Roger Rabbit certainly aren't among the best NES games I like way they play or at least the general idea of driving around in town, going in buildings to search for items needed to enter other places and clues to solve the case you working on.
Are these any other games that play in this manner? I really dig this concept but can't really think of other games that play in this manner apart from level 3 in TMNT.
I'll give this thread one shameful bump before I let get 404'd.
>>3376669 Mission Impossible is a good, challenging game and does indeed feature one driving stage and one skiing level however these are of auto-scrolling variety and not the kind you drive around searching for things.
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