Imensae's forum posts

#1 Posted by Imensae (139 posts) -

Was wondering if anyone has the link to the slow cooked pork shoulder recipe Brad was talking about. It did have a name but I couldn't really make it out.

#2 Posted by Imensae (139 posts) -

Anyone know if it's possible to add this sprite to the GOG version of the game?

#3 Posted by Imensae (139 posts) -

The Wire, after finishing it I can still go back to random episodes and find stuff that I never noticed first time round

#4 Posted by Imensae (139 posts) -

HOT SCOOPS

#5 Posted by Imensae (139 posts) -

The show is very good, would be nice to see how it translates into a game, but we all know that these Tv series based games rarely come about. Remember the Heroes and Dexter based games that were meant to be in development.

#6 Posted by Imensae (139 posts) -

Lantern Run: Endurance Run

#7 Posted by Imensae (139 posts) -

@MmaFanQc said:

before the "oh my gawd its a blatant ripoff" comments begin,

The King of Fighters was released by SNK in 1994

Fighter's Megamix was released by Sega in 1996

X-Men vs Street Fighter was released by Capcom in 1996

But when Nintendo released Smash Brothers its like they invented the crossover fighting genre like Apple invented touchscreen smart phones.

This is an old tried and true genre and successful formula every major game development company should have.

after all, arent all the FPS games a blatant ripoff of Wolfenstein3D?

sure the gameplay is very VERY similar to ssb, but honestly its not a reason for the nintendo fans to go apeshit because the gameplay is similar.

..if the game is good and fun...whats the problem? ...and what if the game end up being better and more fun than ssb?

I think you might be missing the point. I don't think the people will be mad about it being of the same genre as SSB, it's the fact that everything from the HUD to the level design to the gameplay is ripped right out of it. Yes there were cross over fighters before SSB, but none of them to my knowledge looked like SSB, they looked like fighting games. I don't disagree with you that it could still be a good game, but it is seriously unoriginal.

#8 Posted by Imensae (139 posts) -

Just found this thread after buying a Mega Drive after mine broke. Was fairly young when I played it so never really had exposure to many of the RPG's on the system. My List is as follows,

1. Sonic 3 and Knuckles

2. Vectorman

3. Rocket Knight

4. Quackshot

5. Streets of Rage 3

6. Sensible Soccer

7. Sonic 2

8. Earthworm Jim

9. Aladdin

10. World of Illusion

#9 Posted by Imensae (139 posts) -

Just found out about this through Radio Dave, a hidden element of awesome in this site

#10 Posted by Imensae (139 posts) -

OOOOOOHHHHHHHHHHH yeah DIG IT