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#1 ataridave OFFLINE  

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Posted Sun Feb 19, 2012 7:44 PM

I have a 3DO, and really want to get this title, but I'm wondering whether or not the Jaguar port is better, in terms of graphics and controls. I noticed that this was done by Songbird Productions (http://songbird-prod...om/robreq.shtml) The keypad on the Jaguar controller would seem ideal for this type of game, but the 3DO does have a mouse.

#2 JagChris OFFLINE  

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Posted Sun Feb 19, 2012 8:50 PM

I have a 3DO, and really want to get this title, but I'm wondering whether or not the Jaguar port is better, in terms of graphics and controls. I noticed that this was done by Songbird Productions (http://songbird-prod...om/robreq.shtml) The keypad on the Jaguar controller would seem ideal for this type of game, but the 3DO does have a mouse.


I have the PC and the Jaguar version. The Jaguar's keypad makes it absolutely ideal. Even works less clumsy than the PC version. You can use the keypad to navigate and the D-pad for the mouse pointer movements. The Jaguar control scheme really works out well.

However the game is friggin HARD. We need a hint guide. Not a complete spoiler walkthrough but a hint guide for each area.

#3 ataridave OFFLINE  

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Posted Mon Feb 20, 2012 9:02 AM


I have a 3DO, and really want to get this title, but I'm wondering whether or not the Jaguar port is better, in terms of graphics and controls. I noticed that this was done by Songbird Productions (http://songbird-prod...om/robreq.shtml) The keypad on the Jaguar controller would seem ideal for this type of game, but the 3DO does have a mouse.


I have the PC and the Jaguar version. The Jaguar's keypad makes it absolutely ideal. Even works less clumsy than the PC version. You can use the keypad to navigate and the D-pad for the mouse pointer movements. The Jaguar control scheme really works out well.

However the game is friggin HARD. We need a hint guide. Not a complete spoiler walkthrough but a hint guide for each area.


Nice! I'm assuming the game comes with a manual? Not that that makes it easy, of course.

#4 CD-i OFFLINE  

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Posted Mon Feb 20, 2012 11:17 AM

Yes it comes with a manual but not with the "white book" the survival handbook which was part of every version but not of the jag version. It can be donwloaded from songbirds website though

#5 Gaztee OFFLINE  

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Posted Tue Feb 21, 2012 4:04 PM

Unplayed! :oD

#6 doctorclu OFFLINE  

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Posted Thu Feb 23, 2012 2:14 PM

Bought my copy before I deployed to Kuwait in July. Said I was going to bring my CD Unit out when I was on R&R in October and decided against it... stupid monkey!!

Anyway hope to play when I go home on the next R&R in April.

#7 syntexerror OFFLINE  

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Posted Wed Feb 29, 2012 6:31 PM

RR is a great game for the jaguar i have both versions the 3do and the jag version.Becouse of the controlls for the jag i would get the jag version useing the keypad is alot easier then the 3do version also RR is a great game to see on the jag it has a few bugs but hey so does the other versions IMHO i would go for the jag version just my 2 cents.




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