I'm curious if any retro games came bundled with extensive level editing / modding tools, similar to something like The Elder Scrolls Construction Set. I'm interested in 3D RPGs and action-adventure games specifically.
By "extensive," I mean capable of editing entire maps, importing custom textures and models, importing custom sound files, and the scripting of cutscenes.
SoM is a great example. I've been playing around with it lately, but like you said, I don't know about cutscene support. It looks like you can give NPCs basic dialogs and specify whether they're standing or sitting, but can't do much else with them.
Then again, the series never had particularly elaborate cutscenes.
>>2925832 I'm not sure where you are getting your info from, but there is no reason to infer that is a reproduction cart. Please point out to me how this is anything but a prototype cart. Also being that it is a prototype is the reason why it's so expensive.
>>2925832 It would be nice if you could back up your claim OP.
That being said, VGA does kind of suck. Sealing a game in an acrylic case like some kind of art piece is the stupidest thing you could do to it, and instantly drops its value to $0 for me. I buy games so I can play with them (and read the manuals), not so they can sit in permanent stasis on my shelf. I also don't care about factory sealed games at all, because again, I'm just going to have to tear the shrinkwrap off to play it. I do like my game... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Post songs that almost anyone can enjoy, please refrain yourself from posting 5+ songs from a single game just because you want a game to get more attention. Try to make sure that the song fits into "amazing tier" instead of just "good tier".
Here are my submissions: 1.Streets of Rage- Go straight: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KC-B3Q0cRrY
2.Donkey Country 2- Sticker bush symphony: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J67nkzoJ_2M
3.Time Trax- Main theme(genesis): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o8wdVS2rLu0
4.Chrono Trigger-... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
When it comes to buying RGB monitors for gaming (such as the Sony PVM series), does it matter if it's a Sony brand or not? I found a JVC one pretty similar to PVM's with an RGB/component input, and I was just wondering if there was any difference.
>>2925609 They're all leaps and bounds better than consumer TV's. JVC won't be aperture grille obviously. The NEC x## series is supposed to be really good and better than the average Sony pvm on some points. ikegamis are also supposed to be really good. Some sonys were rebranded as Olympus I think. Anything above 500 TV lines (the'pixels' horizontally) is going to be good. You should have posted in the CRT thread anon.
>>2925509 Even as a kid I thought DK64 was a slog. I really started to feel the burn by the time I hit Crystal Caves, I entered the level for the first time and the camera started panning around and I thought "here we go again..."
I loved this level and game in general. My least favourite was probably Creepy Castle or Gloomy Galleon, but still good. The only thing that annoyed me was Beaver Bother. I know OP is not alone in his opinion and lots of people share it, but I really liked this game.
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