I'm sure this will be successful, maybe it could lead to some other official releases. As an ardent lover of RPGs, I'd love to see more of them translated.
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Quote from: SignOfZeta on April 18, 2017, 10:01:27 AMSorry, but I'm not getting your argument either. The engineering, coding, and production facilities are already in place. Nintendo would literally make more profit the more units they sale since they've already put the work in on the front-end. A slow trickle would prevent over producing, and they could curtail production as demand begins to diminish. Nintendo obviously has their reasons, but this is definitely a bad public image move. My guess is that they are ending production because of an impending virtual console on the Switch.Quote from: guest on April 17, 2017, 10:29:02 AMIf that's as deep into what I'm saying as you can see...I guess you still get the point. Be it wisdom or belligerence, Nintendo has lost many many billions less than Sony and MS have in the last 15 years since Sega died and they didn't do this by just listening to Twitter feedback and fat fucks on YouTube. The success of the NES Classic is something MS and Sony would gladly enjoy but never could: a highly profitable well engineered yet sub-$100 item sells way beyond expectations, the entire project going from announcement to completion in less than a year.Quote from: guest on April 14, 2017, 07:08:21 PMFair enough, I don't necessarily disagree with what you're saying, I don't really get why you're labeling people expressing their frustration with Nintendo's product strategy as "fanboys" though.It's simple: in Zeta's mind, Nintendo is always right. You either do things their way or you lose money hand over fist.
I'm not saying they are always right. Painting me a loyal to any billion dollar corporation shows your willful missing of my point, as you have been doing here...since before Sega died. I'm not shitting on fanboys because say something contrary to Nintendo, I'm shitting on them because they say something counter to their own level of expertise which is usually zero.
If anyone here ACTUALLY MAKES SOMETHING then their standing increased significantly. People who live off eBay, work in food service, cops, lawyers, bankers, the IT crowd, clerks, clergy, etc...I don't tell them how to make sales quotas so it's annoying to hear them pretend they know how to make a video game when an existing one doesn't meet every one of their criteria.
Obviously Elmer, Arkhan, Old Rover, Nightwolve, etc have significantly more standing since they have a greater understanding of what this kind of work is, although obviously that's very far removed. People who make anything are rare in the US nowadays but they do exist and those aren't the people who have done the most complaining from what I've seen. Mostly it's a bunch of no-nothing losers who couldn't even draw a picture of the NES Classsic let alone design one.
It's like the guy who loves to say "I told you so." except he didn't and he wasn't right about anything anything anyway. He's just fucking annoying.
Have you ever tested a prototype of something for a year only to have the project canceled because another design turned out to be a better idea? Have you ever worked on a project for five years and then see it tank because a supplier fucked up a minor part? Ever seen your sales reduced by a more popular but ultimately shittier competitor's product because of the price? Do you work in product certification and safety? Those are people with insight. If you had to shove your boss at 7-11 because you needed to get fired so you could go to the Gathering of the Juggaloes and now it's going to suck because you planned on having a NES classic in your meth tent, then please just fuck the fuck off.
Quote from: guest on March 22, 2017, 06:18:04 PMGredler Binding of Isaac is a really fun game, played quite a bit on steam many years ago. Was thinking about getting it for either 3DS or Vita, so I'm wondering how the Switch version compares as a handheld port. Great game for quick bursts of action and a really fun and great atmosphere.My son has this on PC, but decided to get the Switch version. He now prefers to play on the Switch and likes the controls better. Oddly enough, my wife likes to join in and play with him in the multi player mode.
Quote from: exodus on January 24, 2017, 06:36:16 PMValis III (pce on left)So the PCE Valis takes place in PCE town and the other one in Reno?
Quote from: esteban on January 07, 2017, 02:44:39 PMPost Vigilante CityScapes here.
Quote from: Bloufo on January 05, 2017, 12:45:13 AMYup, check out this beauty.Quote from: Mathius on January 04, 2017, 09:12:44 PMSpeaking of weird consoles if anyone ever comes across an Action Max let me know. I had one of these growing up and would love to experience it again.The one with that uses VHS/Beta? cassettes?, or something to that effect.
I think I recall seeing one of those on one of our local auction sites. I may be thinking of something else, though.
Quote from: Mathius on January 04, 2017, 09:12:44 PMSpeaking of weird consoles if anyone ever comes across an Action Max let me know. I had one of these growing up and would love to experience it again.Haha When I was a kid I bought one of those from a garage sale, but it never worked. I was thinking about it the other day and couldn't remember what it was called. After reading your post it was an Aha! Moment.
Quote from: Bloufo on December 29, 2016, 12:12:54 PMShadow od Destiny is a really interesting game that no one ever talks about.
From AliExpress. Ordered back in early October. Only received it now.
I had to trim the edges of the PCB's for it to fit in my boot MV-1C board. It works fine now, though.
Quote from: gynt on December 28, 2016, 05:15:54 PMI.W. has some zombie side game, but I haven't tried it. It has some kind of 80s theme like it is their version of Blood Dragon, but I'm not sure if it has any story or is just a versus mode.Quote from: technozombie on December 28, 2016, 04:50:14 PMI haven't played a CoD game since World at War so I can't really compare IW to the others. The levels i enjoyed most were the ones that tried to be different. The ones where you're in space and you use a grapple hook to pull yourself around or were there is a big mech in your group and you are support. I found the flight missions to be somewhat boring and uninspired. The story was mediocre stuff you would find in an overweight popcorn movie. The terrorist group you are fighting operates on a thin premise and you're just kind of thinking, what are we fighting for again? On a smaller scale the interactions between characters was enjoyable and like in Rogue One the robot was the stand out character.which one of those games had the underwater levels? i never played them, but that always looked cool.
i know one of the boxes also showed zombie levels, but those looked mediocre.
Quote from: Gredler on December 28, 2016, 03:13:34 AMIt was pretty fun overall, enough for me to finish it. There is a robot named Ethan that is really funny. Overall, I had more fun with Titanfall 2. Both games have double jumping and wall running, but Titanfall really incorpated it into the levels.Quote from: technozombie on December 27, 2016, 11:26:28 PMGot a PS4 Pro and a PSVR for Christmas, along with Assault Suit Leynos and Call of Duty IW.Let me know how you enjoy IW. I hear there are a couple great single player campaign levels ;)
Quote from: crazydean on December 13, 2016, 02:26:10 PMI played through FFVI with the color and sound patches on a PSP and it was great. Action or platforming games may be different, but my impression is good.Quote from: wildfruit on December 10, 2016, 02:44:05 PMI've had an original gba and an SP. my biggest gripe with the SP is not being able to charge and use headphones at the same time.I already have a PSP with NES and SNES emulators on it which doesn't work great for those systems. The emulation is good, but even though it has the same control layout as the original SNES, it's difficult to play action or platformers for some reason.
A DS/DS lite is great for gba games but my go to way to play is on a PSP.
However, the PSP may be the way to go with other portable systems. Anyone else tried this?