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SubjectTaito GNET Dump Status Reply to this message
Posted byRoushiMSX
Posted on01/05/05 10:34 PM



I swear, sometimes I feel like I'm the only one pumping cum over this shit :(

http://unemulated.emuunlim.com/GNET/index.html

Can't wait to play Chaos Heat again. Never got a chance to play Chaos Break on playstation, though.. will have to track it down sometime (just found out about it really recently). Tangent, the Chaos Heat soundtrack has a random shot of a nude chick in the liner notes. No idea why.

Pretty much all of the other good games had home ports, and a few even made it state side (RC de Go, Shikigami no Shiro, and Raycrisis pop out), but if there's one thing that MAME has taught me it's that a lot of motherfuckers are too cheap to spend $5 on a used game because they're trying to save up $150 to buy a CPU that'll run the arcade version full speed in MAME (Hey guys, what's going on in this Biofreaks thread?)




SubjectRe: Taito GNET Dump Status new Reply to this message
Posted byIceMan
Posted on01/06/05 06:16 AM



> I swear, sometimes I feel like I'm the only one pumping cum over this shit :(

Good lord I hope so, one GNET pumper's enough, now go clean up!

Ice




SubjectYou'll understand when you play Night Raid :( new Reply to this message
Posted byRoushiMSX
Posted on01/06/05 07:01 AM



There's a game that makes Mars Matrix look laid back and relaxing :(

Also, I'm looking forward to seeing everyone's reaction to XII Stag. If emulation of that title can prevent just one person from paying full price for the PS2 release, then I'll be happy. Jesus, I wish I had never preordered that piece of shit :(




SubjectRe: You'll understand when you play Night Raid :( new Reply to this message
Posted bymamegodx
Posted on01/06/05 08:35 AM



XII Stag wasn't so bad was it? Mind you, I would probably be more jaded if I had paid the full PS2 import price though...


> Also, I'm looking forward to seeing everyone's reaction to XII Stag. ...... I wish I had never preordered that
> piece of shit :(
>
>





SubjectRe: You'll understand when you play Night Raid :( new Reply to this message
Posted byRoushiMSX
Posted on01/06/05 04:54 PM



> XII Stag wasn't so bad was it? Mind you, I would probably be more jaded if I had
> paid the full PS2 import price though...
>

It's really, really bland. The scoring system gimmick is interesting for about the first half of the first stage, but then you realize that trying to kill enemies with the rear attack is totally pointless since it's so weak and that the dual shock is not a good pad to be using for the side attacks (either the "dpad" or the analog stick).

The enemy attack patterns aren't interesting, there's about 1 good song in the entire game, the graphics scream 1993 (not really noticable in the low res screenshots most people see), and in the end you feel like you'd be spending your time better if you were playing the F3-based shmup, "Gekirindan" (which most people agree is rather dull and boring).

Not a good game for full price, not a good game for half price, and I'd even think twice about paying ~1000yen for it knowing what it's like.

So yea, I'm really interested in seeing how everyone reacts to it once it's emulated :)




SubjectRe: You'll understand when you play Night Raid :( new Reply to this message
Posted byThe Sheep
Posted on01/07/05 10:20 AM



XII Stag indeed looks better than it plays.
I also thought Shikigami No Shiro was overrated, but I changed my mind later. Although visually rather poor, it has a brilliant and very addictive gameplay.

> > XII Stag wasn't so bad was it? Mind you, I would probably be more jaded if I
> had
> > paid the full PS2 import price though...
> >
>
> It's really, really bland. The scoring system gimmick is interesting for about
> the first half of the first stage, but then you realize that trying to kill
> enemies with the rear attack is totally pointless since it's so weak and that
> the dual shock is not a good pad to be using for the side attacks (either the
> "dpad" or the analog stick).
>
> The enemy attack patterns aren't interesting, there's about 1 good song in the
> entire game, the graphics scream 1993 (not really noticable in the low res
> screenshots most people see), and in the end you feel like you'd be spending
> your time better if you were playing the F3-based shmup, "Gekirindan" (which
> most people agree is rather dull and boring).
>
> Not a good game for full price, not a good game for half price, and I'd even
> think twice about paying ~1000yen for it knowing what it's like.
>
> So yea, I'm really interested in seeing how everyone reacts to it once it's
> emulated :)
>
>



SubjectShikigami no Shiro new Reply to this message
Posted byRoushiMSX
Posted on01/07/05 01:29 PM



> XII Stag indeed looks better than it plays.
> I also thought Shikigami No Shiro was overrated, but I changed my mind later.
> Although visually rather poor, it has a brilliant and very addictive gameplay.
>

Yea, SnS was quite an oddity. The graphics were pretty subpar (nice backgrounds, terrible sprites) and the music got a bit reptitive, but once you got the hang of the play system / scoring system it was a total blast. IMO SnS2 improved on it in every way and is an absolute steal at USD$10

I was looking at System 16 and noticed Zoku Otenami Haiken, which seems to include a version of Go. I recently began to play the game a bit (learning with Hikaru no Go on GBA) and now I'm kinda jazzed to see that baby emulated, too :)




SubjectRayCrisis... new Reply to this message
Posted byH20 POLO
Posted on01/13/05 04:08 AM



I would prefer RayCrisis emulated any day.
PS-1 version was an arcade perfect port, but without 2-Player support!



> > XII Stag indeed looks better than it plays.
> > I also thought Shikigami No Shiro was overrated, but I changed my mind later.
> > Although visually rather poor, it has a brilliant and very addictive gameplay.
> >
>
> Yea, SnS was quite an oddity. The graphics were pretty subpar (nice backgrounds,
> terrible sprites) and the music got a bit reptitive, but once you got the hang
> of the play system / scoring system it was a total blast. IMO SnS2 improved on
> it in every way and is an absolute steal at USD$10
>
> I was looking at System 16 and noticed Zoku Otenami Haiken, which seems to
> include a version of Go. I recently began to play the game a bit (learning with
> Hikaru no Go on GBA) and now I'm kinda jazzed to see that baby emulated, too :)
>
>





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