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SubjectMadden Football coin op new Reply to this message
Posted byMegaHurtz
Posted on04/11/05 04:02 PM



What hardware does this run on? Just curious and haven't seen much info about this machine online.




SubjectRe: Madden Football coin op new Reply to this message
Posted bySixtoe
Posted on04/12/05 04:13 AM



> What hardware does this run on? Just curious and haven't seen much info about
> this machine online.
>
If its new (I havnt heard of it) it's PC based hardware,

Six...

System16 - The Arcade Museum


SubjectRe: Madden Football coin op new Reply to this message
Posted byReznor007
Posted on04/12/05 10:24 AM



> > What hardware does this run on? Just curious and haven't seen much info about
> > this machine online.
> >
> If its new (I havnt heard of it) it's PC based hardware,
>
> Six...
>
> System16 - The Arcade Museum
>


I'm pretty sure it was done by the same people that did the Need for Speed arcade, and yes it is a PC.




SubjectRe: Madden Football coin op new Reply to this message
Posted byNoct
Posted on04/12/05 01:52 PM



"Global VR's Madden NFL Football:

Madden NFL Football is based entirely on the PC version of Madden NFL 2004, an extremely strong foundation to build a football game upon. The arcade machine literally has strong PC hardware powering the game, offering the same impressive graphics and sound presentation that the series has been known for. The arcade unit's amazingly crisp video monitor really lets the visuals of the game shine through, and unless you've rocked out on the PC edition, you haven't seen Madden look as sharp as it does in this rendition. Granted, since this version's a generation behind the consoles it lacks the more detailed texture work, and there are a few PC-centric hitches in animation and framerate during specific points in the action, but overall the game looks absolutely gorgeous in its coin-op debut. The control panel utilizes the standard arcade offering of familiar, durable joystick and buttons. the analog control of the console game has been slightlyaltered to work on a less versatile 49-way joystick, which will definitelythrow off players used to the Dual Analog sticks of the PS2. "

-
http://www.globalvr.com/downloads/cIGN.article.MADD.122104.pdf



~Noct


SubjectThought it was PC based, but I was hoping for more detailed specs -nt- new Reply to this message
Posted byMegaHurtz
Posted on04/12/05 04:54 PM



> "Global VR's Madden NFL Football:
>
> Madden NFL Football is based entirely on the PC version of Madden NFL 2004, an
> extremely strong foundation to build a football game upon. The arcade machine
> literally has strong PC hardware powering the game, offering the same impressive
> graphics and sound presentation that the series has been known for. The arcade
> unit's amazingly crisp video monitor really lets the visuals of the game shine
> through, and unless you've rocked out on the PC edition, you haven't seen Madden
> look as sharp as it does in this rendition. Granted, since this version's a
> generation behind the consoles it lacks the more detailed texture work, and
> there are a few PC-centric hitches in animation and framerate during specific
> points in the action, but overall the game looks absolutely gorgeous in its
> coin-op debut. The control panel utilizes the standard arcade offering of
> familiar, durable joystick and buttons. the analog control of the console game
> has been slightlyaltered to work on a less versatile 49-way joystick, which will
> definitelythrow off players used to the Dual Analog sticks of the PS2. "
>
> -
> http://www.globalvr.com/downloads/cIGN.article.MADD.122104.pdf
>
>
>
> ~Noct
>





SubjectIt has a cpu, a graphics card and a hard drive *nt* ;-) new Reply to this message
Posted byPr3tty F1y
Posted on04/12/05 05:21 PM



> > "Global VR's Madden NFL Football:
> >
> > Madden NFL Football is based entirely on the PC version of Madden NFL 2004, an
> > extremely strong foundation to build a football game upon. The arcade machine
> > literally has strong PC hardware powering the game, offering the same
> impressive
> > graphics and sound presentation that the series has been known for. The arcade
> > unit's amazingly crisp video monitor really lets the visuals of the game shine
> > through, and unless you've rocked out on the PC edition, you haven't seen
> Madden
> > look as sharp as it does in this rendition. Granted, since this version's a
> > generation behind the consoles it lacks the more detailed texture work, and
> > there are a few PC-centric hitches in animation and framerate during specific
> > points in the action, but overall the game looks absolutely gorgeous in its
> > coin-op debut. The control panel utilizes the standard arcade offering of
> > familiar, durable joystick and buttons. the analog control of the console game
> > has been slightlyaltered to work on a less versatile 49-way joystick, which
> will
> > definitelythrow off players used to the Dual Analog sticks of the PS2. "
> >
> > -
> > http://www.globalvr.com/downloads/cIGN.article.MADD.122104.pdf
> >
> >
> >
> > ~Noct
> >
>


_ _ - - = = Pr3tty F1y = = - - _ _


Subjectpr3tty f1y plz -nt- new Reply to this message
Posted byChachiSqrPants
Posted on04/13/05 02:35 PM



> > > "Global VR's Madden NFL Football:
> > >
> > > Madden NFL Football is based entirely on the PC version of Madden NFL 2004,
> an
> > > extremely strong foundation to build a football game upon. The arcade
> machine
> > > literally has strong PC hardware powering the game, offering the same
> > impressive
> > > graphics and sound presentation that the series has been known for. The
> arcade
> > > unit's amazingly crisp video monitor really lets the visuals of the game
> shine
> > > through, and unless you've rocked out on the PC edition, you haven't seen
> > Madden
> > > look as sharp as it does in this rendition. Granted, since this version's a
> > > generation behind the consoles it lacks the more detailed texture work, and
> > > there are a few PC-centric hitches in animation and framerate during
> specific
> > > points in the action, but overall the game looks absolutely gorgeous in its
> > > coin-op debut. The control panel utilizes the standard arcade offering of
> > > familiar, durable joystick and buttons. the analog control of the console
> game
> > > has been slightlyaltered to work on a less versatile 49-way joystick, which
> > will
> > > definitelythrow off players used to the Dual Analog sticks of the PS2. "
> > >
> > > -
> > > http://www.globalvr.com/downloads/cIGN.article.MADD.122104.pdf
> > >
> > >
> > >
> > > ~Noct
> > >
> >
>
>
> _ _ - - = = Pr3tty F1y = = - - _ _
>


CSP


SubjectRe: pr3tty f1y plz -nt- I concur plz Reply to this message
Posted bydjjeremy
Posted on04/13/05 11:42 PM



> > > > "Global VR's Madden NFL Football:
> > > >
> > > > Madden NFL Football is based entirely on the PC version of Madden NFL
> 2004,
> > an
> > > > extremely strong foundation to build a football game upon. The arcade
> > machine
> > > > literally has strong PC hardware powering the game, offering the same
> > > impressive
> > > > graphics and sound presentation that the series has been known for. The
> > arcade
> > > > unit's amazingly crisp video monitor really lets the visuals of the game
> > shine
> > > > through, and unless you've rocked out on the PC edition, you haven't seen
> > > Madden
> > > > look as sharp as it does in this rendition. Granted, since this version's
> a
> > > > generation behind the consoles it lacks the more detailed texture work,
> and
> > > > there are a few PC-centric hitches in animation and framerate during
> > specific
> > > > points in the action, but overall the game looks absolutely gorgeous in
> its
> > > > coin-op debut. The control panel utilizes the standard arcade offering of
> > > > familiar, durable joystick and buttons. the analog control of the console
> > game
> > > > has been slightlyaltered to work on a less versatile 49-way joystick,
> which
> > > will
> > > > definitelythrow off players used to the Dual Analog sticks of the PS2. "
> > > >
> > > > -
> > > > http://www.globalvr.com/downloads/cIGN.article.MADD.122104.pdf
> > > >
> > > >
> > > >
> > > > ~Noct
> > > >
> > >
> >
> >
> > _ _ - - = = Pr3tty F1y = = - - _ _
> >
>
>
> CSP
>



SubjectMonitor? -nt- Cabinet? new Reply to this message
Posted byRomGirl
Posted on04/14/05 04:35 AM



> > > "Global VR's Madden NFL Football:
> > >
> > > Madden NFL Football is based entirely on the PC version of Madden NFL 2004,
> an
> > > extremely strong foundation to build a football game upon. The arcade
> machine
> > > literally has strong PC hardware powering the game, offering the same
> > impressive
> > > graphics and sound presentation that the series has been known for. The
> arcade
> > > unit's amazingly crisp video monitor really lets the visuals of the game
> shine
> > > through, and unless you've rocked out on the PC edition, you haven't seen
> > Madden
> > > look as sharp as it does in this rendition. Granted, since this version's a
> > > generation behind the consoles it lacks the more detailed texture work, and
> > > there are a few PC-centric hitches in animation and framerate during
> specific
> > > points in the action, but overall the game looks absolutely gorgeous in its
> > > coin-op debut. The control panel utilizes the standard arcade offering of
> > > familiar, durable joystick and buttons. the analog control of the console
> game
> > > has been slightlyaltered to work on a less versatile 49-way joystick, which
> > will
> > > definitelythrow off players used to the Dual Analog sticks of the PS2. "
> > >
> > > -
> > > http://www.globalvr.com/downloads/cIGN.article.MADD.122104.pdf
> > >
> > >
> > >
> > > ~Noct
> > >
> >
>
>
> _ _ - - = = Pr3tty F1y = = - - _ _
>



SubjectYes and yes, IIRC *nt* new Reply to this message
Posted bywildcat
Posted on04/14/05 01:48 PM



> > > > "Global VR's Madden NFL Football:
> > > >
> > > > Madden NFL Football is based entirely on the PC version of Madden NFL
> 2004,
> > an
> > > > extremely strong foundation to build a football game upon. The arcade
> > machine
> > > > literally has strong PC hardware powering the game, offering the same
> > > impressive
> > > > graphics and sound presentation that the series has been known for. The
> > arcade
> > > > unit's amazingly crisp video monitor really lets the visuals of the game
> > shine
> > > > through, and unless you've rocked out on the PC edition, you haven't seen
> > > Madden
> > > > look as sharp as it does in this rendition. Granted, since this version's
> a
> > > > generation behind the consoles it lacks the more detailed texture work,
> and
> > > > there are a few PC-centric hitches in animation and framerate during
> > specific
> > > > points in the action, but overall the game looks absolutely gorgeous in
> its
> > > > coin-op debut. The control panel utilizes the standard arcade offering of
> > > > familiar, durable joystick and buttons. the analog control of the console
> > game
> > > > has been slightlyaltered to work on a less versatile 49-way joystick,
> which
> > > will
> > > > definitelythrow off players used to the Dual Analog sticks of the PS2. "
> > > >
> > > > -
> > > > http://www.globalvr.com/downloads/cIGN.article.MADD.122104.pdf
> > > >
> > > >
> > > >
> > > > ~Noct
> > > >
> > >
> >
> >
> > _ _ - - = = Pr3tty F1y = = - - _ _
> >
>





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