Four sprung immediately to mind but two have already been mentioned. The other two: Silhouette Mirage bitch uses her hair to hold onto and pound on baddies. In Jackie Chan's Action Kung Fu (or, at least, the TG16 version; not sure about others), there are enemies on the first stage that whip their braids at you.
I've been playing through the Castlevania series lately and I've made it to Castlevania 3. I know the NTSC version was changed somewhat from the original Japanese version, so I was wondering what your guys' opinion was. Should I seek out the Japanese version, and if so, does anyone have any suggestions on a good translation?
I'm having trouble deciding what console to buy next. Here's what I currently own: -TurboGrafx 16 (with RGB addon but it's the shitty older one that flickers sometimes) -Sega Master System -Nintendo 64 (RGB modded) -PlayStation 3 (CECHA01 - Full backwards compatibility, plus original PS1 but not messing with RGB for it) -Sega Dreamcast (haven't bought VGA to HDMI adapter yet for 480p) -Gamecube (non-digital AV out, so, got to replace it and get some component cables soon)
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>>2846430 How about you just learn how to make decisions by yourself like a normal fucking adult? There's already more than enough information about games on the Internet for you to make your own choices. How the fuck do you expect a bunch of strangers who know absolutely nothing about what games you like to help you out?
I generally agree, but I also lament all of Rare's less-talked about series. They always did something different and interesting, and generally good quality.
I wouldn't be AS pissed about them moving to Microsoft, I mean they are a business after all and had to do what was best for them, but I wish they continued doing interesting stuff. IMO most of their recent stuff felt kinda half assed. Not even counting their kinect shovelware bullshit.
I have come to you in search of a classic isometric RPG game that I am looking for. Unfortunately I can only give you a vague description about the game itself, other than that it must've been an 90s isometric RPG fantasy game and that it began with washing ashore on an island. I also remember that the map was black and you had to travel all over the island to uncover the map. I hope anyone recognizes a game in this and can maybe tell me so I can try to find it again.
Pic related: the kind of perspective of the game and also the kind of graphics / era
The PCECD has a lot of this, since while the CDs gave it a lot of storage space, it couldn't really handle video compression, so they still had to do their cutscenes by physically drawing all the pieces.
Also games like Yumimimix https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ht1D8Co-Ylg and Dinosaur Island https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yt0zjMApHXQ Are basically long... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>2847983 >Cell animation would've required that anyway. I meant that they had to program the actual movement of the images on screen, rather than playing a video. Maybe physically wasn't a great choice of word.
Recently found Brawl Brothers for SNES (aka Rival Turf 2) and have been enjoying it. Side-scrolling beat-em-ups can be rather repetitious & predictable, and this game is no different there... just part of the genre I suppose. But I like it better than the Final Fight series at least. You'll probably want to adjust the options on the main screen before playing. The "Angry Mode" is a nice addition. I also like little details like the CRASH sound effects being drawn on screen like a comic book. The hit detection can be a little off sometimes, but the fact that you can move your character around quickly makes up for that. This one is definitely a lot better than Rival Turf. I have yet to play The Peace Keepers, but I'll get around to that one as well. JALECO made some pretty solid beat em ups for the SNES. I'd say pick this up if you see it around at a decent price.
Apparently this is the only North American SNES cart which has both the English version of the game as well as the complete Japanese version (which does have some differences from the American version) hidden on the cartridge and accessible with a cheat code.
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