>This is a Public Service Announcement:
If you play ANYTHING other than pure, uncut/unmodded Doom (the way the designers intended) You, yes, YOU are fucking casual scum and have no right to enjoy Doom. That is all.
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Regular Show: The Movie intro credits and retro games. I'm posting the SMS ones I could identify but there were Atari, NES, etc.
Here's their version of Zillion.
does pseudosaturn not allow you to play games that need the ram from the 4-in-1?
So, courtroom is in order.
Is Zelda 2: LA a bad game?
Defense, prosecution... make your case.
a bad game? not a chance, try explaining to the autists the actual truth that 50% of the NES's library is though
If Zelda 2 is a "bad" game then it's closer to 90% with that criteria
Which PS1 game has the best graphics?
Symphony of the Night
For best 3D graphics, Einhander (or Tekken 3 if you can tolerate the interlacing).
Spyro 3 IMO. It just looks wonderful.
Can't say artistically but Delta Force Urban Warfare is the most impressive for me technically; that or the insane draw distance one, can't remember the name
What did he mean by this?
Is there a worse console in history than this?
>library of about 25 games
>tries to be a portable system but fails
>accessories like a link cable were scrapped
>its creator was killed by Nintendo-hired yakuza
You'd think Nintendo of all companies could do better than this.
I liked it. I never got why everyone hated it. Maybe the price. We are so hard on companies for trying new things. With PS3 in the begining at least they toughed it out until they started to get games. I feel like Vboy, 32x, and the like threw their hands up in the air and said FUCK THIS before even really giving it a chance.
It was good that they threw in the towel with the 32X and Virtual Boy. You already had the Saturn on the horizon so why extend the life of the Genesis with an add-on and split who would be developing for your main consoles like that? For Nintendo they already had a home console and a Gameboy, and the Virtual Boy didn't fill in either space for portability or being a home console so it was inherently inferior to both products that Nintendo already had, none-the-less they would need to develop games for three systems now.
Never played a Bubble Bobble game but I know that it's got a ton of ports. Is there a "definitive" version or are all the ports basically the same?
Basically this. It really is the best.
I'll also recommend the c64 version. Slightly worse graphics due to wide pixels, but plays exactly the same. Where it beats the NES is by having a very good title song. NES only has the in-game music. I know the DOS version also has this song. Did any other version?
And stay the FUCK away from Bubble Bobble Neo on xbox360. It's by far the worst version I've ever played. By... FAR!
While we're at it what are the best versions of the Puzzle Bobble (Bust-A-Move) games? I'd assume console since most of them have extra levels and stuff. Also, did the arcade versions of actual analog controls or were they just digital sticks?
What was there best game and why was it
John Madden Football '93?
These are some interesting links I got from a Thief thread yesterday
>Looking Glass Studios Interview Podcast series
>Making of Thief 2
>Last Day at Looking Glass (video)
>Last Day at Looking Glass (photos)
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No way man, Flight Unlimited 3 is their magnum opus.
So what is it, a kraken?
David Bowie, best known for being the voice actor in the 1999 Adventure Game Omikron: The Nomad Soul has passed away.
Did he actually have any other presence / influence in retro games?
Looking for good chiptune players, for SPC and NSF.
I’ve been using winamp plugins for years, but i figured there should be something better by now.
Anyone else played this? It's surprisingly pretty good.
I was about to say an emphatic yes, but then noticed the Gameboy. Didn't even know a GB Rayearth existed.
The Saturn game is fantastic though, and gorgeous. I've played the hell out of that one.
The Famicon and NES library was full of shit
Like, seriously, it was full of really shitty games and those of the caliber of Super Mario Bros or Journey to Silius were fucking rare. Most of the games that were on the sytem were shitty repetitive games like Circus Charlie, Pooyan, Nuts & Milk or pic related
That isn't to say these games weren't entertaining or couldn't be enjoyed, but most of them were, legitimately, bad.
Do you remember playing any game like these?
hilariously enough, here in my country those kind of games were never localized
We only had a small library of the most popular ones and each of them were incredibly expensive for the time
>shitting on Circus Charlie
>shitting on Mappy
Death isn't enough punishment for your faggotry.
Why did America choose to makes their version of the snes hideous?
I feel physically ill just looking at it. Can someone give me a legitimate explanation?