- 08-25-2011, 01:56 PM #4
wellt hat vid is 100% not for cell phones WP has better graphics first off , LOL., but hopefully we get one similar to that
how do i know you ask? look at the VID when sonic goes arround a LOOP , now get the vershion on your cell and do it, notice something diffrent?
on the cell phone the HOLE world rotates with you , but the Version on the VID is the same as the one on the SEGA, it doesnt rotate .
i still hope we get a episode 2 doh , im almost finished the first one :)If your looking for Information, be sure to check out: WindowsPhone: Getting started!
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08-25-2011, 02:05 PM #5
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Yes! Yeeeeeeeeeeees! This is the best thing that has ever happened ever!25.
Insults about your mother.
“A lot of things that happened [in the past] would have broken anybody else. I was able to survive. That's all that really matters.”
- 08-25-2011, 09:12 PM #7
Wow that's kind of surprising. I didn't think Sonic CD was that popular of a game. Depending on the price I might pick it up. It's been a while since I played that game.
- 08-25-2011, 10:48 PM #8
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- 08-26-2011, 03:12 AM #11
Tupperware bins. Basement. Garage. ;)
Although honestly, there's no need for that. Pretty much anything can be emulated these days. There's no real need to have a physical copy aside from the fact you can't get over having a plastic cartridge :/.
PC works better anyways... perfect display resolution out to an HDTV, and you can just buy a controller adapter to plug your controllers into a USB port.
- 08-26-2011, 07:14 AM #12
Basement and garage? Nope, don't have either of those, nor an attic.
There is a beauty and special quality to owning originals that emulation can't replicate. But yeah, I do prefer to play classic games on my 360 or PC over hooking up an older console.
- 08-26-2011, 03:35 PM #13
There is... I admit I have a few box copies of old titles I really loved. But these days I put everything in CD binders or plastic bins. They just take up way too much space otherwise :/. And really, all I want myself is the experience. The real, tangible stuff you paid for and loved is on the disk or cart itself. The box is just the box. I'd much rather pay $20-30 for the Mario RPG cartridge than $120 for a box copy in nearly new condition :P.
On another note, this is great that the retro engine is being used... I wonder if we'll see more old Sega titles ported to the phone using this engine in the future. If so, I can't wait :D. Playing Sonic 3 & Knuckles in glorious 60fps widescreen would melt my iron heart...
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