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Does anyone want to play fightcade? I don't care what we play really. I guess I'm in a Beat em up or fighting game mood.Double Dragon 1-2 (AC)Any Mortal KombatAny Street Fighter 2Garou: Mark of The WolvesJust add me, and I'll create a groupchatEmil Mătăsăreanu#8590
> nice visuals> pretty good music> cute af character which also have some attitude> controls are fun to learn and master> cool bossesWhat else do people want?
A good mascot? People don't want to rally around no-name losers. This guy looks like a nintendo reject. Every sega and psx game aimed at kids is like this except for ape escape
>>9945608Is it Wrist-Arr, or Rye-Star?
>>9945689I always say "Wrist-arr" because Japanese pronounciation is "Risuta"But I did read once it's a combination of words "rising star" so I don't know for sure
>>9945608I can only imagine a sequel would improve upon the physics. How killer would it be to have a mechanic by grabbing and aiming enemies like a slingshot then having them ricochet off each other to rack up a high score?
NEC PC-9800 Thread?NEC PC-9800 ThreadDo you emulate or play native anon?If you play native, are you someone who has figured the holy grail of english patching DOS/V or are you a nippon reader?
I use an ocr hook to deepl api
>>9945669>ocr hookneat, what do you use?
>>9945612>for a couple yearsI'm three and a half years in and still awful at the language.
>>9945705AgreedI can't understand the language to save my life.Surely there's been on metal patches people have made?
>>9945705You rack disciprin
>Playstation Yu-Gi-Oh: Forbidden Memories>Playstation 2Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas>Master SystemShinobi>Mega DriveGolden Axe>SaturnX-men vs. Street Fighter >DreamcastResident Evil Code Veronica>Game Gearnever played anything>Nintendo Saint Seiya: Ougon Densetsu Kanketsu Hen>Super NintendoDonkey Kong Country >Nintendo 64 Pokemon Stadium>GamecubePhantasy Star Online Episode I & II Plus >GameBoy Pokemon Yellow>GameBoy Color Pokemon Gold>GameBoy Advance Pokemon FireRed >Xboxnever played anything>Neo Geo AES 2020 Super Baseball>Neo Geo Pocket Neo Turf Masters>retro PCResident Evil 2
>ColecovisionDonkey Kong>Master SystemBlack Belt>Apple IICarmen Sandiego>NESZelda I>GenesisPhantasy Star III>SNESMario World>DOSColonization>PlaystationFinal Fantasy 8>N64Ocarina of Time>GamecubePhantasy Star OnlineI gotta say, when I look at this list, somehow only on the Gamecube did I manage to spend the most time on the best game.
>>9945562>NESMega Man 3>SNESContra III>N64F-Zero X>GCMetroid Prime>GBAPokemon FireRed>PSXR-Type Delta>PS2Guilty Gear XXAC>NeoGeoMetal Slug>GenesisDevil Hunter Yohko>SaturnLayer Section
>WHEN I GET THAT FEELING I GOTTA SAY
What are some quintessential trannycore retro games?
Has anybody tried playing through VC using the reverse engineered port? I tried playing GTA 3 using re3 and it worked perfectly, but reVC still seems to have some bugs, for example, the sfx of the shotgun racking a shell into the chamber doesn't play at all and I can't seem to fix it. I'm guessing since T2 forced the devs to stop working on the project, reVC will remain buggy. Has anyone encountered this problem?A shame, since the game looks fantastic with the reVC graphical enhancements, but I guess I'll just have to use good old silent patch.
That's how i play it and the problem you mentioned is the only one i've encountered, i don't seem to recall many bugs.
>>9945581Oh, that's good to know. Some of the research I did said that the game tended to crash after completing the Riot mission, and that lots of other bugs made the game borderline unplayable. Were you able to fix the bug about weapon sounds not playing properly? It's such a small bug but it's driving me crazy, it should be a simple fix.
This is more like a movie than an actual game.
System Shock 1 remake releasing today. Will you be playing? I'd love to see comparisons with the original. Apparently it filtered journos because it's staying true to the original's design.
>>9945404>dated>archaicThese words are the sign of a game doing something right.
>>9945365>Nightdive's first big game after years>Actually seems to like faithful remake>The thing wearing Atari's skin buys them>Fuck
>>9945686nah nightdive is retarded. wasted years spinning their fucking wheels. this remake could have been finished by now and look better than it does.i played the demo and dont like it though so its OVER. FUCK nightdive
>>9945694I’ll give this to Nightdive, I fucking hated Turok back in the day (yeah I know I’m the only one), but I dig their touch up of it.
>>9945694Nightdive put out the best versions of Turok, Forsaken and Shadowman, they were the only publisher who didn't just slap these games into and emulator to make a quick buck.
What are some co-op games where the second player can remain helpful even if they are really bad at the game? Like a game you would let your little brother play with you. This would be the opposite of a game like Battletoads where co-op actually makes the game harder.Best example I can think of this is Sonic 2 (and 3 I guess). Tails tags along but he can't be permanently hurt, and the screen only follows Sonic so he can't mess you up by scrolling the screen. You can use him to go after enemies, bosses and to collect stray rings.
>>9945282>>9945282Kirby's Dreamland 3Kirby's Super StarPop'n TwinBee (has a "Couples Mode" that gives player 1 all the aggro)
>>9945282I used to hand my brother the 2nd controller and tell him he was The Blob. (He was 2 years old at the time)Sorry that doesn’t answer your question but that’s what it reminded me of.
I really like it when games have something like a holy tree, sacred beasts, sanctified classical elements, and so on like Terranigma's first third, Final Fantasy Adventure, Jade Cocoon, FF7, etc. It gives the game a kind of organic and enchanted feel. I don't mind it if they become a bit preachy too.What are some games that best embody this "organic and enchanting feel"? Sorry if I was not clear.
>>9945280I see, thanks for the response. I kind of regret deleting that message. Didn't want to seem pestering.Btw, have you tried out Legend of Legaia? Is it also similar to what my OP is asking for?I will play BoF III next and some more platformers afterwards.
I just want more stories that make me feel like this art
>>9945295I recently bought an art book of Hiroo Isono, and yeah, I like that organic and enchanting feel.
>>9945287no worries.I haven't played that but I'll have to check it out. I'm interested in more games like this too.
can you go into her hole?
>sneak into your fat, depressed, clinically-retarded neighbor's house and torment him for the amusement of strangers watching a TV showGreat game.
Wtf is going on in this thread…
>>9945467I just saw neighbors from hell and thought it was a sign and while I would never hurt someone unless it was in minecraft my girlfriends neighbors have been keeping me up for the last two hours. Sorry for the drunk rant but it sounds like being under a golds gym and the husband is a twink
>>9945479Lmfao, are you OP? Maybe play some vidja and crank the volume to 11 while shooting that Burnettes! I wish I could still drink, love me some Burnettes.
>>9945489Not op but I'm downloading that game. In the mean time I've getting wasted and playing the arcade versions of ki 1 and 2
>>9945492Not a bad choice, neighbors from hell… if my pc hadn’t just died I’d give it a shot, but alas I think I’ll live vicariously through ur vodka and impressions
Opinions on this series? I really enjoy the visual style and music, but the gameplay leaves a bit to be desired. It still manages to be fun, but they're really easy to beat and I managed to 1cc each game in under an hour and a half each. I also miss that Part 2 didn't have splitting paths like Part 1 did with its 5th stage (Unless you count those dungeon rooms full of annoying zombies when you fall in a pit.)Part 3 should've been really cool with the multiple endings and creepy cutscenes but it has serious balancing issues by just spamming your AoE as Monster Rick and annihilating everything in the game because the monsters are too irritating otherwise. I heard the Japanese version has different stats for your moves and enemies though, maybe I can check that out soon.I also played Wanpaku Graffiti. I thought the Continue system would give me shit with strictly 5 lives and no continues (Unless you count the password) along with Rick's lack of invincibility frames, but I managed to annihilate the game on my 2nd attempt after realizing how forgiving it is with super frequent health drops after every "difficult" section. Still enjoyable, but clearly made for little kids.Overall an interesting weekend trying out all these cool games. I know there's a reboot of it too but it never got a re-release on PC as far as I know and I don't own either an 360 or PS3 (Plus a physical copy is like 40 bucks). Maybe one day I'll give it a shot, but not today.
>>9945027The only one I've played is Wanpaku Graffiti, but I remember seeing the original as a kid and thinking it looked scary.
Initially thought the graphics and gameplay were poor of 2 but the grainy graphics grow on you and the controls and moves are pretty responsive especially if you compare it to golden axe 3.
>>9945027The American version of 3 is just plain broken, the Japanese one is so much better.
Why did Konami disown this game? It's one of the best they ever made and they've never ported or even mentioned it since. Thank god for MAME.
>>9945146No idea about the later three, but both Salamander 2 and Twinbee Yahoo (Konami GX) haven't been emulated well, something that all Konami GX games have.
>>9945493I just tried Twinbee Yahoo and it works perfectly. What do you think is wrong with it?
>>9945516As far as MAME can tell, there's still some graphics and audio issues, I remember hearing a lot of distortion and certain effect were glitchy.
>>9945002It didn't do well in arcades but it's still a great Final Fight clone also it's a really pretty game.>>9945146>>9945493If M2 can get Salamander 2 working on the PSP I'm sure Hamster's emulator can handle it on Switch.
It's probably emulation issues but I love the staticy YouTube Poop-tier sound effects of this in MAME. Just turns the camp factor even higher up, if that was possible.
Where do you stand on high resolution texture and sprite replacements?
>>9945360here's a PC port>https://hoverbat.itch.io/ziiaol
>>9944938The Zelda 1 one is actually really well-done and good.Most of them are shit.
>>9945614Are you talking about this one: https://www.romhacking.net/forum/index.php?topic=31559.0 ?I played with it and didn't really like it, because it made a lot of the secrets in the game more obvious.
>the way it was intendedYeah, due to technical limitations
Why is it so underrated?
>>9944928Because it was made on a piece of shit console
>>9944928This was MK8 before MK8DX happen
>>9945349But enough about the Normie "Fuck JRPGS" 64
>>9944971Really? I see more fags fellate MK64 and MKWii more nowadaysGuess it's a generation thing
>>9944928boomer here, 8 and Wii are the bestdouble dash is still better than Shitendo ShitstyFour but its worse than the 2 mentionedsnes and gba karts sucked
A thread dedicated to helping others find those lost treasures from the past they were never able recall the name too. If it has to do with old PC game collections or PC-ware that's no longer licensed, long forgottern, or just obscure, it's welcome here. I'm personally looking for a late 90's mecha rts side scroller that plays somewhat like assault suit Leynos. You commanded a small army in real time and operated your own customizable unit, could command and move units/ships as well and customize your lieutenants and ships. Every level would have you fighting harder enemies as you gradually commanded more of the universe. Someone help me figure out this obscure title, because I'm at my wits end trying to find it.
>>9944858While maybe not super forgotten this game is a wonderful mess that I absolutely love.
I’d like to know the name of an old pc game I barely remember. It was 3D third person and I think you had a jetpack. The game opens on an alien world and there’s some alien(s?) hanging onto a cliff that you need to rescue before they fall. That’s about all I remember.
>>9944858Ok, game I vaguely recall playing a bit in 2000/2001 or so. 3D adventure game, probably inspired by either Tomb Raider or Alone in the Dark. Had an incan or mayan setting, you started inside a temple either in or near a bedroom. I believe you played as a woman dressed in an incan/mayan outfit.Any bells ringing?
>>9945683Was it this?
>>9945720YES! Holy shit thanks anon. I looked at the start of a longplay and it was 100% that.
What's the appeal of FF Tactics? I've heard it's one of the best FF Games but it didn't look too special from the snippets of gameplay i've seen.
>>9945170Tactics OgreFFTVagrant StoryFF12 (sort of)Those are the big ones that come to mind.
>>9944845>didn’t look too special from what I’ve seenYou’ve had an additional 25 years of games to choose from. Games like Tactics Ogre and Fire Emblem had very limited releases in North America, if they had releases at all. Hell, I spent YEARS looking for a copy of Ogre Battle for the SNES. I ended up getting the Playstation port. Yes, I probably could’ve mail-ordered it but I was kind of a dumbass.
>>9945218I ended up just keeping one of my blockbusters snes games because it was impossible to find a copy. I think it was chrono trigger
>>9944932He has a point. Tactics is a hard game to get into. It has some really cool ideas but also some serious flaws. It is also terribly slow. It benefits greatly from an emulator with a fast-forward button.