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No.5169152 View ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
Now I'm not an insane purist for retro games but this is complete crap. We need to make classic games more approachable and easy to start because people cant pick them up immediately? This is such horse shit. Is this the fallout of creating the NES Classic and newer generations going with fads and not realizing the actual difficulty in retro games?

Article: www.theverge.com/platform/amp/2018/11/18/18098805/retro-games-nintendo-switch-gradius-snk-40th-anniversary
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No.5167045 View ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
These guys are the only ones that translate N64 games spread to word so they can finish the n64 library
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No.5172670 View ViewReplyOriginalReport
Why are Amerimutt SNES so ugly? Who designed this piece of shit and thought it would look appealing to a consumer? If you own one of these things I'm sorry for you. It's the least aesthetic console ever made. Even Atari and Pong consoles looked better.
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No.5167802 View ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
>finally at the end of this beautiful game, Dino Crisis 2
>Dylan is trapped in the collapsing building alongside what appears to be his own daughter
>camera pans on Regina, who is at one foot from the teleporter, with a smirk printed in her face
>"Why don't you swing your precious machete around?"
>she laughs her ass off like a fucking looney tunes or something, all while she happily goes back alone to her space and time
way to kill the game at the very last minute of it. seriously Capcom wtf you're a bunch of asses
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No.5171971 View ViewReplyOriginalReport
>Playing With Power - Nintendo NES Classics
>Playing With Super Power - Nintendo Super NES Classics
>Super Famicom: The Box Art Collection
>PlayStation Anthology (Classic Edition)
>Nintendo 64 Anthology Classic Edition
>NES/Famicom: A Visual Compendium
>Artcade: The Book of Classic Arcade Game Artwork

Anyone have downloads for these? These are solid gaming retrospective books, and I need them for research. I'm collecting as many JP and ENG Retrospective gaming books as I can find.

Thread for general game books too.
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... damn it, I had something for this

No.5171784 View ViewReplyOriginalReport
I grew up playing the original playstation. I bought one recently so I can play road rash, gex, wild 9, espn extreme sports, army men, etc. I also got a raspberry pi b+ and I thought it was interesting comparing the two. Here are some quick side-by-side comparisons that a quick google search brought up. I hope you enjoy. Playstation One Date released: 9 September 1995 Cost (at release): $299 Size: 7.59 x 5.66 x 1.49 inches CPU: 32-bit RISC MIPS R3000A-compatible MIPS R3051 (33.8688 MHz) MDEC (motion decoder) for FMV playback RAM: 2 MB main, 1 MB video Graphics: GPU and Geometry Transformation Engine (GTE), with 2D rotation, scaling (2.5D), transparency and fading, and 3D affine texture mapping and shading Colors: 16.7 million (True Color) Sprites: 4,000 Polygons: 180,000 per second (textured), 360,000 per second (flat-shaded) Resolution: 256×224 to 640×480 pixels (480i) Sound: 16-bit, 24 channel ADPCM Raspberry Pi B+ Date released: 14 July 2014 Cost (at release): $25 Size: 4.8 x 2.99 x 0.94 inches CPU: A 900MHz quad-core ARM Cortex-A7 CPU RAM: 1GB RAM Graphics: VideoCore IV @ 250 MHz (BCM2837: 3D part of GPU @ 300 MHz, video part of GPU @ 400 MHz) Resolution: 1080p30 H.264/MPEG-4 AVC high-profile decoder and encoder (BCM2837: 1080p60) Sound: Combined 3.5mm audio jack and composite video Additional: 4 USB ports, 40 GPIO pins, Full HDMI port, Ethernet port, Camera interface (CSI), Display interface (DSI), Micro SD card slot
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No.5170602 View ViewReplyOriginalReport
Where the hell can I find the PC version with the cutscenes?
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No.5167402 View ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
>Your CRT is eventually gonna die
Why even live knowing this cursed fact
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No.5172014 View ViewReplyOriginalReport
Umihara Kawase prototype versions footage

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