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drexegar

drexegar

United States

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Tue 1st June, 2010
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http://finalrev.com

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#1

drexegar commented on First Impressions: 3D After Burner II:

@Mommar Have you even played any M2 games on the 3ds? there not just emulated ports, on top of the hardware they have to emulate the game then add the 3d on top and add new graphics (adding transparencies and new sprites), fix bugs and extra controls and the correct options to make the game playable especially for non gamers (most arcade games are very unplayable due to high difficulty design to much quarters) then on top of that to preserve the arcade experience, they program in the machine borders and the movements along with it,more heavy processing to rotate the emulation screen on top of it with the cabinet sound effects. All the games released even the genesis ones have a lot of extra options. These games take several months to finish and are designed for fans by fans. You can't not get the same experience on a pc or on any other consoles. All old games should be released this way. It feels really great and is a treasure.

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#3

drexegar commented on Review: Batman: Arkham Origins Blackgate (3DS):

@belmont Actually castlevania plays like god of war mix in with the platforming of castlevania 4 and wee little bit of metrovania. But yeah looks like this batman game was trying to pull off a lords of shadow for portables like mirror of fate did.

Batman would be a thousands time better if they left the 2-d camera and let batman roam in 3-d. But then again it would be too fun and might overshadow the lackluster console version.

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#4

drexegar commented on Review: 3D Streets of Rage (3DS eShop):

@Shiryu I have the American version so I don't know if the sound options are backwards, but I do love the extra surround sound genesis 2 puts in streets of rage. But hey We all have our difference tastes.

Ahh, a FM genesis album? I'll check it out and download now!

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#5

drexegar commented on Review: 3D Streets of Rage (3DS eShop):

@unrandomsam Well after capcom figure out how to program 2 people into final fight, they never bothered to remake final fight 1, even though they did made final fight guy for the snes, (it final fight with guy instead of cody lol). Nintendo need to release final fight one from the GBA collection that one is perfect with the added alpha versions of guy and cody.

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#6

drexegar commented on Review: 3D Streets of Rage (3DS eShop):

@Shiryu Totally agree, ALSO Yuzo Koshiro also suggest that you use the 2nd sega PSG emulation in the options, the difference you can hear is that second sound setting gives you more surround sound. So I set all my sega games to genesis 2, or megadrive 2 for people in the east.

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#8

drexegar commented on Review: Race to the Line (3DS eShop):

@WhiteTrashGuy In my opinion drift street international for the DSIshop is the best racing game I played for speed. The games nitro setup lets you race in way where you can concentrate on speed and it does go crazy fast if you can manage. And the reflection filters on the car is a very nice touch to look at.

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#10

drexegar commented on Review: 3D Altered Beast (3DS eShop):

@PenCapChew They try to add widescreen but they couldn't get a smooth framerate with it on, super hang on and space harrier were already programmed in 3d in the arcades, on the genesis classics they have to build 3d-programming into their emulator. Now sonic and altered beast were their first test, they said every time they port a genesis game they upgrade the emulator. I do believe streets of rage is widescreen now and future titles will be.

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#11

drexegar commented on First Impressions: 3D Altered Beast:

You know I may be late on this but the genesis version has more music and parallax scrolling backgrounds and less annoying sound effects then the arcade version.

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#12

drexegar commented on Review: 3D Super Hang-On (3DS eShop):

@3dcaleb You get both versions the ride type and sit down type with separate high scores. The sit down type has a couple of modified turns in their stages. If you beat everything then you unlock world tour, and you play all the stages through one race. There are 4 ways to play the game and by modifying the difficulty and time settings can make even the least responsive control setting playable to the end.

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#13

drexegar commented on Review: 3D Super Hang-On (3DS eShop):

@Giygas_95 It's the genesis version, which makes more sense, since there is no way to put any fancy options into the arcade, but the new gigadrive emulators (an upgraded genesis for the 3ds) gives ton of option to play the game is sega genesis or mega drive mode, classic CRT tv option and of course some extra difficulty settings and some other surprises we not no of until the interviews. You should look for the sonic the hedgehog interview its really detailed on what they did for the gigadrive.

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#15

drexegar commented on Review: KORG M01D (3DS eShop):

@Thunderbird I feel sorry you feel that way, but its a really powerful tool, you should look up some tutorials on composing music, the programs sequencer is very similar to FL studio, so as long as you look up techniques of placing notes to make certain music you can learn a lot. You can also watch the hundreds of tracks of music made on this on youtube to see how far you can go with it.

Also buried in is a lot of instrument that were use in snes games and movies. Did you know the same bass sound used for Seinfeld is also the use in mega man X games?

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#17

drexegar commented on Review: KORG M01D (3DS eShop):

@Shiryu wow you have a lot of music! I heard some of your soundcloud stuff and its awesome! I have to check out your chiptune stuff when I get the time to download them the files are so big!

You can here my korg ds-10 stuff and other things here: I trying my hardest to push the limits of it! https://soundcloud.com/gxscchater

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#18

drexegar commented on Review: KORG M01D (3DS eShop):

@HaNks The plus version will work on the EU, just the dual mode wont work, but you still get extra features like mute channeling in song mode (now you can compose a song without having to do it live, or have your hands free to mess with effects live and being able to change a couple of things while the song is playing. Plus some bug fixes. So I say you need get your hands on plus mode most definitely.

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#19

drexegar commented on Review: KORG M01D (3DS eShop):

@Shiryu the Korg M01 is totally awesome, I have the original and the M01D now, but the korg ds-10 is still a beast on its own, I like doing chiptune and FM a lot (game boy, nes, sega genesis) and korg M01 can't handle it that much especially with the lack of pitch bend. But the Korg M01D is still a powerful tool for music creation, when used correctly you make some professional sounding music in any many many styles.

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#20

drexegar commented on Review: Castlevania: Lords of Shadow - Mirror ...:

he demo really dosen't represent the game enough n my opinion. I had to play to full game to appreciate this.

The game is great its a mixture between LOS, a little castle structure of metroidvania, and some elements of classic castlevania 3 and 4, (which apparently most people who hate the game never even talk about anything older than SOTN.)

Its not classic metroidvania, but it has a few features that make the game feel metrovania like and new at the same time and an enjoyable experience for me. Even if you think the game terribly sucks, its still playable to you compared to an average garbage game.

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#22

drexegar commented on Rytmik World Music Bringing the Beat Back to D...:

@Lionsgate From over the last 20 music sequencers and games for the DS, especially with the huge Korg community, people has been recording there sound with wires and recording software on the pc froma ds for a long time, it will never change due to nintendo policies and frankly it makes things less complicated for programming.

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#23

drexegar commented on Colors! 3D Brightens North America on 5th April:

@BulbasaurusRex If you like windows paint, then you should get hello kids! Its only 2 bucks you'll feel right at home. Great for adding to your swapnote, I also used it to make coloring book pages to be used in the graffiti mode in the photo album with my swapnote buddies. You can also import photos and draw on them too.

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#24

drexegar commented on Colors! 3D Brightens North America on 5th April:

@Donjwolf Art Acedemy is great, but there is way more than just drawing in 3d that colors3d have. The ability to play back your drawing at any time and continuing where you left off is great. You have can have down to 1 pixel brushes to get extreme detail (that not even the smallest brush in art academy can do) in an 850x436 resolution that records in vector so you can export to 1200x600 pixels. There is an online gallery that is accessible to see what other people have drawn and play back there drawing to learn techniques of others and get ideas. You cant make comic book style or anime art on AA without looking like its been painted unless you just use pencils only. Yes Colors! 3d shubs down your through about the 3d crap, But there are way more features that makes this a really great piece of software that people are drooling for. I can tell you the real artist here are not going crazy for the 3d.

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#27

drexegar commented on Review: Remote Racers (DSiWare):

I read the wrong review, I though this got a 7, once I saw the quality (8-bit color not even 16-bit) graphics in the title screen, I already regret buying this piece of crap.

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#33

drexegar commented on Music On: Retro Keyboard Takes You Back in Mus...:

Its sounds nice, but there one stupid problem with this application, YOU CANT PLAY YOUR RECORDING AND A BEAT AT THE SAME TIME! SON OF A ARRRH! This really breaks the application so bad! Whats the point of recording when you cant play a beat at the same time. I wasted 2 bucks on last stupid music on. If they dont fix this, this application will be as useless as the other one. Cause what you see here on this video is basically the most you can do with it. Thats the limit, no way you can push it further.

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#34

drexegar commented on Review: Hero of Sparta (DSiWare):

I say if the game had all 8 stages from the other versions, It would definitely been worth it. I enjoyed the game myself but was really disappointed to learn there was only 5 levels. At least one more giant monster battle would have been fine.

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#35

drexegar commented on Music On: Electronic Keyboard Puts a Keyboard ...:

Hmm this is a like virtual casio keyboard for the DSI. 2 bucks is worth it, but since is emulating those keyboards, dont expect to do some full blown scale editing. But I can see this as an awesome app for 2 bucks.