Is there a way to accurately tell if a game you bought is a reproduction?
Obviously people are able to put romhacks and translations on a cart and sell them on ebay for $80 and of course that's a dead giveaway to anyone even remotely familiar with those games, but what about other games?
How do you tell if someone just popped the chips out of a copy of Lester the Unlikely and rewrote the chips and printed off a new label and called it Hagane?
What screen do you guys play your old games on? CRT? 4:3 LCD? 16:9 LCD? For you LCD users, what upscaler are you using?
I felt the need to hook up my Saturn so I picked up a cheap Chinese "Panlong" upscaler. My monitor wants to stretch 1024x768 to 16:9 for some reason, so I'm looking for a used 4:3 LCD screen like an old model Dell Ultrasharp.
I'm not looking for perfection; I'm not going to spend the money on a Framemeister. Just want it to be decent. I'm curious what you guys use for your setups.
>recruit a bunch of new soldiers to replace casualties >go after an alien colony >most of the newbies turn out to have psionic strength of like 5 and immediately go berserk/get mind controlled and start shooting up everyone
It was a third person rts-ish thing where you played some sort of summoner who harvested the souls of fallen enemies in order to summon monsters and complete objectives. You could order your minions indirectly, but played from the perspective of the summoner, and could assist them on the battlefield with various spells and stuff.
I remember playing a PC strategy game where you have to defeat all Angels one by one using Evas 00, 01, 02 and Jet Alone. I think it was unofficial and in Japanese. Been years since I played it, so I'm not sure you can still find it on the net. If you can, though, try it. It was fun and pretty hard little game.
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