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#1 Austin OFFLINE  

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Posted Sun Dec 12, 2010 5:05 PM

Jaguar HSC Revamped ROUND 10:

DRAGON: THE BRUCE LEE STORY





(ROUND OVER)


RULES AND DIRECTIONS:
 
Play a one-player story game. In the options menu, select the normal difficulty setting and set the speed to normal as well. Submit your best score when finished!

If you are not familiar with the new Jaguar HSC general rules and how the scoring system works, please visit this thread here: http://www.atariage....pdated-7242010/. It is recommended that you take a photo of your score, but it is not required. We go on good faith here, so please be honest.. :)


Final Rankings:
 
1. The_Laird - 369,240 +11pts
2. Austin - 182,500 +10pts
3. Orpheuswaking - 107,370 +9pts
4. Roadrunner - 95,500 +8pts
5. Kevincal - 80,105 +7pts
6. Boog - 73,610 +6pts
7. Gaztee - 53,700 +5pts


Jaguar HSC Rankings at the end of Round 10:
 
1. The_Laird - 102pts
2. Austin - 95pts
3. orpheuswaking - 78pts
4. Boog - 74pts
5. Hyper_Eye - 46pts
6. Gaztee - 44pts
7. Kevincal - 43pts
8. Major Havoc 2049 - 34pts
9. Kgenthe - 37pts
10. Roadrunner - 23pts
11. Doctorclu - 17pts
12. GKC - 16pts
13. Lexlothar - 13pts
14. Save2600 - 11pts
15. Sauron - 10pts
16. Tyrant - 8pts
17. Sauron - 7pts
18. Dan Iacovelli - 3pts


#2 Gaztee OFFLINE  

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Posted Sun Dec 12, 2010 6:30 PM

I never really played this game much! Will dig it out tomorrow & see if I can have a bash. Mind you busy day ahead tomorrow! :thumbsup:

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Posted Sun Dec 12, 2010 6:40 PM

I tried it for a bit (will probably be doing this one via emulator even though I can buy it locally.. probably not worth it just to play it in this round). It doesn't to seem as bad as most people say. It's just very.. basic.

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Posted Sun Dec 12, 2010 6:46 PM

Another future participation game for me :sad: I was really pulling for Primal Rage.

#5 The_Laird OFFLINE  

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Posted Sun Dec 12, 2010 7:00 PM

I tried it for a bit (will probably be doing this one via emulator even though I can buy it locally.. probably not worth it just to play it in this round). It doesn't to seem as bad as most people say. It's just very.. basic.


Personally I really like Dragon and have never understood why anyone gives this game stick.

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Posted Sun Dec 12, 2010 7:16 PM

Another future participation game for me :sad: I was really pulling for Primal Rage.


Emulation, my friend. Emulation. :)

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Posted Sun Dec 12, 2010 10:23 PM

this game is...ok... but it screams basic 16 bit game that gets boring quickly. I find the moves very difficult to pull off as well. Maybe I just need more practice, atleast this game is better than Double Dragon V though LOL... I was hoping for Primal Rage too cus I just acquired it and have yet to play it.

Edited by kevincal, Sun Dec 12, 2010 11:35 PM.


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Posted Mon Dec 13, 2010 10:23 AM

At least it is playable, unlike Checkered Flag...that broke arse POS. Posted Image

#9 boog OFFLINE  

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Posted Mon Dec 13, 2010 6:00 PM

Only had time for one try tonight, but I'll share my pathetic score to get things rolling: 29,700

Now I remember why I never liked this game... limited moves, slow pace, long fights... just boring.

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Posted Tue Dec 14, 2010 9:06 AM

I'm not the only one who thinks this is an awful game then!! Seems I never actually played a whole game before!! My one & only try 53700 :(

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Posted Tue Dec 14, 2010 9:14 AM

Suffered through another attempt this morning and got: 73,610


EDIT: Finally clearing out my camera's memory card...

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#12 Gaztee OFFLINE  

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Posted Tue Dec 14, 2010 2:08 PM

Suffered through another attempt this morning and got: 73,610

Don't know whether I wanna suffer that much again!! :D

#13 Major Havoc 2049 OFFLINE  

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Posted Wed Dec 15, 2010 1:16 AM

This is like CF....He who suffers the most, Wins!Posted Image

#14 Austin OFFLINE  

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Posted Wed Dec 15, 2010 1:31 AM

lol.. I didn't think this was that bad, although I was playing it on easy when I was testing it out. Maybe it's not quite as approachable on the normal difficulty level.

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Posted Thu Dec 16, 2010 10:51 AM

lol.. I didn't think this was that bad, although I was playing it on easy when I was testing it out. Maybe it's not quite as approachable on the normal difficulty level.

Its very very painful that's for sure!! What you got lined up for a Xmas special Aircars on the hardest setting - least # deaths from start to finish?? :D Maybe I'll have a go again later after a skinful of beer! :D

#16 Austin OFFLINE  

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Posted Thu Dec 16, 2010 11:09 AM

Its very very painful that's for sure!! What you got lined up for a Xmas special Aircars on the hardest setting - least # deaths from start to finish?? :D Maybe I'll have a go again later after a skinful of beer! :D


lol, that would be fun. Any future specials though will probably be with games I have (otherwise I don't have the pleasure of participating).

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Posted Fri Dec 17, 2010 9:37 PM

38,700

#18 kevincal OFFLINE  

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Posted Sun Dec 19, 2010 1:03 AM

Managed 80,105

This video on YouTube makes this game look awesome though lol. SNES version and guy mops the floor.

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#19 The_Laird OFFLINE  

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Posted Sun Dec 19, 2010 5:18 AM

Good to see at least one person is following the rules and posting a screenshot :P

I will get my score in later today! :cool:

#20 Austin OFFLINE  

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Posted Sun Dec 19, 2010 11:20 AM

Good to see at least one person is following the rules and posting a screenshot :P

I will get my score in later today! :cool:


It's never been a "rule" for the general HSC. It was a rule for posting to the HSC Database before that thread blew up, heh. I would still like a screenshot here, but it's not required. If someone smokes everyone else's score though, I will probably give you shit for it and reserve the right to not accept it (Hence your own score in the CF thread)..

It's so easy to whip out a camera though I feel it's a lazy effort not to take one.

#21 The_Laird OFFLINE  

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Posted Sun Dec 19, 2010 11:36 AM

Only I did post a screenshot and people beat my score anyway :P

Anyways here is my score for Dragon :cool:

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Posted Sun Dec 19, 2010 7:29 PM

95,500

It looks like few people want to see a screenshot, so i gave it another go and did better. :)
For the first time ever i didn't die when i faced that big guy with the sword and
i even got my 3 lives back. :) I wasn't so lucky the 2nd time i faced him. :(

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Posted Sun Dec 19, 2010 11:06 PM


Good to see at least one person is following the rules and posting a screenshot :P

I will get my score in later today! :cool:


It's never been a "rule" for the general HSC. It was a rule for posting to the HSC Database before that thread blew up, heh. I would still like a screenshot here, but it's not required. If someone smokes everyone else's score though, I will probably give you shit for it and reserve the right to not accept it (Hence your own score in the CF thread)..

It's so easy to whip out a camera though I feel it's a lazy effort not to take one.

I actually have a lot of trouble getting the screenshots! I appear to be too slow with the camera. I did about 5 different screenshot for PF & didn't get a score on any of them! Then my camera & PC don't seem like each other much, so have trouble talking! Maybe I need a new camera or a personal photographer? :D I'd try & send one in for this, but I'm not sure I'd beat my score from earlier? I just wanna throw the controller everytime I play it! :x

#24 Austin OFFLINE  

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Posted Mon Dec 20, 2010 6:58 AM

I actually have a lot of trouble getting the screenshots! I appear to be too slow with the camera. I did about 5 different screenshot for PF & didn't get a score on any of them! Then my camera & PC don't seem like each other much, so have trouble talking! Maybe I need a new camera or a personal photographer? :D I'd try & send one in for this, but I'm not sure I'd beat my score from earlier? I just wanna throw the controller everytime I play it! :x


Games like this and Pinball Fantasies have high-score tables. You don't need to be quick as long as you allow the HS table to come up.

As far as your camera and PC not communicating, I may recommend getting a SD card reader (I'm assuming the camera uses SD cards anyway). They only cost a couple of dollars and are so much easier (and faster) than linking your camera up.

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Posted Mon Dec 20, 2010 10:49 AM

I try to take a 'final score' pic before the round ends. I figure quick interim scores might keep the thread active and bumping...

It's a nuisance for me to take a pic too. Mostly because I usually have to figure out where my wife left the camera. And, whenever she's frantically searching to find where she left the camera 'this time', it's much easier (and safer) to say "I haven't touched it." :D




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