>>2850083 Fur Fighters had the same control scheme on the Dreamcast. I remember it took a while to get used to when I was a kid, but it's definitely the best way to handle it on a controller with one analog stick.
[12-11] Thanks for the shout-out, @doom_txt! https://twitter.com/doom_txt/status/675011657949646849
[12-10] GBA DM updated http://www.best-ever.org/download?file=gba_dm_remakev4f.wad
[12-10] Legends of Game Design 1997 interview with Romero (starts around 25:00) https://youtu.be/8fqYpWAIL3Y
[12-10] CACOWARDS 22 Sunlust / Erkattäññe / Skulldash / Swift Death / Breach / Valiant 50 Shades of Graytall / Sheer Poison / dead.wire / Return to Hadron MP: Don't Be A Bitch Remastered / ChaosCore CTF Mod: DoomRL Arsenal Jokewad:... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I just recently found my copy of Final Fantasy VII in the attic and want to play it. The first disc is really messed up because I can't even get the first FMV to start. I tried that toothpaste trick that on the disc since I have used before on another CD and it worked. But when I tried it on Final Fantasy VII it didn't work as I hoped it would.
What other solutions or tricks have you people use when fixing old PS1 discs?
>>2849129 >>2849139 Both of these are perfectly valid choices. The sand paper to wear down the scratches and the toothpaste to polish it out. The steel wool...not so much needed with the combination you'll be using.
So, /vr, i remember playing some missions of Commandos: Behind enemy lines as a kid and it was very fun and but too heavy for me at the time. Now i feel like giving the series another chance, but C1 is now too low-res for my screen with fan patches dont seem to work properly, C2 has absolutely shitty controls and really unneeded features like inventory and map rotation and i never touched C3 but reember press shitting all over it. Should i even bother with the C3 now, or just stick to good ol'Desperados for my tactical puzzle? Also, i would like some recommendations on... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>2848418 >robin hood Heard it was good, but the setting is not quite my cup of tea. >Chicago 1930 Heard it was awesome, but never ever saw it in the retail, even when it was brand new, also dont know anybody who played it or even saw it on the shelves. Guess my town just got unlucky. How is it? And were there some Commandos-like games not made by Spellbound, aside from Korea: Forgotten conflict?
There's a copy for sale at a local pawn shop. I've heard a lot of people really like this game and while I do like early Genesis style graphics & sound, the game looks kinda boring. The attacks are auto aim and there isn't much platforming so as far as I can tell, the whole game is "take a few steps, stop to press attack, take a few more steps, stop to press attack" Is there something I'm missing from just watching it? Why does this game get so much love and is it worth picking up?
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