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5363530 No.5363530 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

Not have music during the gameplay, I mean

>Doom
>Trevor McFur
>AVP

I'm sure there's more

>> No.5363532

>>5363530
Limited available sound channels
Limited cartridge space
Limited CPU cycles
Limited development

>> No.5363537

Since the Jaguar was very short-lived, programmers hadn't figured most of the quirks to properly exploit its power.
For exemple, Doom famously used the sound processor to calcul the hit detections.

>> No.5363581

that controller will never stop being funny

>> No.5363627

>>5363530
Because most of its games were made by Europeans.

>> No.5364806

>>5363627
???

>> No.5364816

>>5364806
Euro computers often give a choice of either music OR sound effects

>> No.5367863

>>5363530
The only thing that I remember about the Jaguar was that some store in a mall was offloading all of their Jag merchandise (this was just after Atari did their reverse acquisition thing in 96). I could've bought a mega-deluxe box set of the Jaguar game system for $50 dollars and probably every single Jag accessory & game that they had (plus the CD drive) for $200 total.

I passed it up because I was too tired at the time and just wanted to go home.

Not my finest hour.

>> No.5367875

>>5367863
So you saw the deluxe box and reddit-spaced out of there huh.

>> No.5368945

>>5363537
The fact that the Jaguar port of Doom used that processing power for hit detection and stuff, is probably why overall, the port actually ran so well.

>> No.5368949

>>5367863
You really didn't miss out that hard.

>> No.5370254

>>5363530
Eurodevs

>> No.5370418

>>5363530
At least the arcade version got two good memorable games.
http://www.system16.com/hardware.php?id=778

>> No.5372438

>>5367863
I remember the exact same thing at Kaybee Toys at the mall - a literal wall of new Jags for $50.

>>5368949
Still, it would have been nice to sock away a room full of that shit to sell now at big profit. Reminds me of seeing Saturn Rayearth (US ver) brand new at EB when it came out for like $50.

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