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What is the most accurate program to emulate Neo Geo titles? I've read that MAME isn't optimal. Also, this is likely a common question, but is there an inexpensive way to utilize any form of original hardware? Possibly an MVS flash cart or something?
MAME is full of input lag, don't use it. Stick to Neo Rage X
hey /vr/, do you guys recommend skipping the first suikoden game or not? if i've never played any of them before and this will be my first time.
She is a more compelling but less useful character in V. But there is a bath scene that references II between Lorelei and Viki
It is yeah. High quality official art of the Gaidens and later artbooks are hard to come across.
When I first saw she was going to be a story character in 5 I was ecstatic. Found her pretty handy in my party. Not so great in 1 but to be fair 1 had A LOT of shit characters.
Also the whip is really cool . I want to see her somehow in possession of Zweig's stick of Killey's blade
Its a shame the franchise stopped with V
It's a tragedy that we will never see Jeanne rendered with modern tech because Konami just wants to make crappy sports and zombie shooters now
Has anyone on this board ever beaten this game?
How long did it take you and how did it feel when you finally succeeded? I really want to finish this game, but the game can get so discouraging.
I beat it once a year. I fucking love it and its music, but fuck was my run this year just shit. I beat it, but I fumbled it so many things at the beginning that by like the 8th stage I had like only 5 neighbors.
ive done it twice, takes a couple of hours maybe 3-4ish? Its all about saving as many neighbors as you can early so you dont drop to just one and lose with them dying instantly and saving up good items/extra skeleton keys for the later levels. using the passwords will ruin you cause you wont have enough items to get past the spider bosses which just take a zillion hits.
i played this a ton as a kid. usually co-op with my older sister, sometimes with friends, but mostly with my sister.
she was obsessed with the game but not good enough to play it on her own so she always demanded my help. we never beat it, but we got very far a lot of times. i bought her a copy of ghoul patrol a couple years back as a nostalgia present, she had never heard of it. she has beaten that one her own.
I work at a retro gaming store and recently got an old Nintendo power with a few pages in this game, wish it had a strategy guide I love this art and the aesthetics of the game are half the reason I love it
The only time you're definitely fucked is with the werewolves.
Saving tourists from the ants is pretty easy.
this is a 10/10 port in brazil
I'm very middle class so everyone of my childhood friends played SNESes and Playstations in the 90s. Poor favela kids would play Dynavision and Polystation which are essentially Nintendo clones. No one cared about SEGA or tectoy.
He puts the money
Not sure if you remember but this shit was dying according to him, which is weird considering he created more shitholes lately
Bullshit, m00tles sold him the site because he couldn't handle the fappening and gooblergate
I was about to crack a :
shitpost, but then I remembered that Doom clone made by a Brazilian guy set in an outer space terminal of some sort, where aliens invaded and one of the sprites was Neo from the Matrix that came out in 2000. It was pretty rough around the edges, but it was competent.
I think this is it:
It seems like a pretty nice game tbqh
wasn't brutal doom made by a huezilian monkey? that was pretty cool
The first two games have so much greater level design, while Hard Corps has excellent boss fights. Alien Wars just does nothing right, honestly, yet for some reason this one tops everybody's list of favourite Contra games.
Great music, sound and athmosphere, Awesome monster design. And fantastic events, like plane throwing bombs, boss smashing through wall, bike level with tons of sub bosses. Actually all levels have tons of subbosses, so its a great study for game design. The heroes in the us version a garbage, but I love the bots in the pal version
I like the musik.
This is now a "post your Contra ranking" thread.
HC > 3 > SS > 1 > 2 > 4
Honestly it was one of the lesser Contravanias.
Blocky 3d models, please post only the ugliest ones.
speed punks was my jam
His handsome brother.
B-but that's not Speed Punks
This is from Turok 2 multiplayer, right? I always picked that guy because I thought the lava on his hands and feet was cool.
Why is Spawn a hulk in this? I thought he was some guy with a cape?
>grab a cart of pokemon gold >saves fine >take it out to play something else >pop it back in later >save's gone. tried it a few times and it seems to only delete when shaken or removed. the guys i bought it from say they replaced all the batteries when they take a new copy so it sounds like it may be loose? anyone else had this plroblem before? gonna hit up the shop again later and see if they'll let me use their tools to take a peak. i don't mind much though. i like messing with stuff like this.
If it was installed with electrical tape, smack the person at the desk.
It's a common issue with Gold and Silver carts due to the internal clock battery that tracks down time. Probably your game saved, but the internal clock didn't work already.
Most G/S carts have this problem by now, my original file got erased like 10 years ago. The solution is to open the cart (you'll need a gamebit screwdiver) and replaced the battery, there's many tutorials you can check online. The battery itself is cheap.
>anon gets pokemons opened >turns out it's a cheap repro with globtop >tries to get refund >people at store he bought it from laugh and say he's trying to scam them with a fake he bought online >now has pokemon he can never remove from GB without losing save Either this or they mucked up the solder points replacing the battery.
i've known these guys for a while so i think it's the latter.
easy fix at least.
GB/GBC carts are big enough that you can install an actual battery socket in them.
Does /vr/ like grand theft auto? What about london 1969/1961 and 2? Was the playstation/dreamcast ports better than the PC port?
i was big on the original game. had a demo I got that had a time limit on it, i remember downloading a patch to fix it.. good times.
>>4083832 >friend of mine had the demo back in the day.
That's exactly how I was introduced to the game. Me and a friend were watching another friend playing the gta demo, having no idea what it was about. We saw him steal a car, run over the passenger, then have cops come after him only for him to get out of the car and mow them down with a machine gun. My friend and I were like, wait did that really just happen? It was mind-blowing at the time, hadn't seen anything like it.
Friend let us borrow the demo disc and soon everyone had it. As kids we used to compete to see who could get the highest score in the time limit of the disc. I swear even that was stupidly fun. Actually I think we had more fun with that than when we finally got the full version of the game. Actually playing two player deathmatch on lan at my friends house with his connected computers was the best.
I played the hell out of the original. Got the pirated pc copy loaded on my first pc built by my cousin. It was like 30MB total with the music/videos ripped out.
I still have it zipped up on a cd somewhere.
For the lazy, Rockstar Classics version is here:
or search for GTAINSTALLER.ZIP and check the md5. fe6db46aec609a14f75497b1f638cab7
Thanks for sharing
>>4084451 >that san andreas map where you could find a monster truck parked in one of the suburb houses
Man I thought I was seeing things when I first found that, promptly lost my shit.
Except its a game where you spend most of your time driving, not shooting people. Have fun with your non analog driving controls on the keyboard.
>go to garage sale this past saturday >find random assortment of NES, SNES, N64 cartridges >no prices indicated anywhere >ask guy if he'll sell them for $3 each >he says no >he pulls out a phone and starts telling me ebay prices Is going to garage sales and flea markets even worth it anymore?
The in laws had a yard sale I brought a number of playstation and snes games to. There were a number of vultures who showed up well before I even set up the game display being overly aggressive. I actually sold them for more than I was thinking to a few of the more annoying people, the ones who came off as resellers checking online prices. I still went below ebay prices though. It's worth it just to not have to ship them and deal with any technical difficulties
Some (not many) people were pleasant and new to the hobby who were enthusiastic about playing games they missed out on. Those ones are a joy to sell to. They deserve the better prices
>seller wants ebay prices for garage sale level of quality and buyer protection Do you know how to say the word "no" politely? No explanation is necessary. Just say the word.
Sales tax doesn't apply to personal exchanges. The original owner of the goods already paid the taxes when they first bought them.
Retail stores on the other hand don't pay sales tax on the purchase of their inventory, because they aren't the consumer of the goods. They are instead required to collect those taxes from their customers and this is why you end up paying at the register.
I resell games for the same price i got them for plus shipping. But always have the feeling that some collector is never gonna play and sit on it for a millenia
Let's have a thread dedicated to the best genre of RPG, what ones were the best? which ones did things differently then others? What were some of your favorite characters that you made? Etc etc
you wouldn't crawl through a dungeon
Yeah, you hop forward, back, left and right in exact formation and an exact length, and you also turn at right angles. And you never run out of breath doing that.
the install doesn't seem to work got another link or the newer "super demo"?
I deleted it from my desktop after thinking it was never actually going to be released ;_;