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  1. What would you consider to be the best party games for the real VCS. Homebrew is allow, I heard people talking about warlords and Mark from Classic Game Room mentioned Steeplechase. What are your go to games?
  2. You've seen my game collection and maybe wondered: What are MY Top 10 Games of All Time? I pick through 3,000 video games and come up with my ultimate Top 10 list! Atari 2600, PC, Xbox, PS2, GBA, old and new are all represented! Tell me: What is YOUR Top 10 of all time?
  3. RevEng and I have worked together in bringing better emulation accuracy to MESS for the 7800 system. Both NTSC and PAL regions have benefited which has been publicly made available in the recently released MESS 0.153. For more technical details please see this post by RevEng, the mastermind behind many of the great improvements to 7800 emulation. Some game highlights...One-On-One Basketball, Commando, Double Dragon, Planet Smashers, Midnight Mutants, Hat Trick, Xevious, Dig Dug, Centipede, Kung-Fu Master, even protos like Plutos look, run, and play excellently. Homebrews seen improvements as well with previously graphical issues with Crazy Brix's 'Brix' are fixed containing proper gradual color shift. Movement of characters under Beef Drop emulates the real hw - not slower or faster. Worm! starts and plays without issue. Extra RAM demos/carts such as "Soft Cell - Tainted Love" and "Multi-Lock On" work perfectly. Other ROMs that no 7800 emulator could run before - such as the 7800 Diagnostic Test cart, runs under MESS now. Here are the needed ROM files with proper headers: Diagnostic Test Cartridge (19xx) (Atari) !.zip Multilockon.zip Softcell.zip Attached is a sampling of the aforementioned games. They are captured from MESS 0.153 with a few CRT simulation effects turned on inside a window.
  4. http://youtu.be/iujiCuAyu48 Here is Part 2 for Gamecube collectors looking to find more Hidden Gems for their library! Click here for Part 1 Games shown: Baten Kaitos: Eternal Wings and the Lost Ocean Metal Gear Solid: The Twin Snakes Killer7 Geist Ikaruga Skies of Arcadia Legends Capcom vs SNK 2 EO Gameboy Player I'm desperately trying to find a copy of Gotcha Force for Part 3...but man, is that game hard to find for a reasonable price!
  5. So many great new iPhone & iPad games for cheap! temple run brave major mayhem bastion buster spirits mikey shorts rayman jungle run king cashing blast a way nova 3 flow shine runner toucharcade app Let me know what mobile games you have been playing lately!
  6. Envision yourself as a typical teenager in 1977. It had been raining all about and your family had decided to remain home. You had been fortunate enough to own an Atari VCS/2600 and the 9 launch titles- of those titles, which would you most likely play? *Please select one single player game, and one multiplayer Personally, I would have to go with Star Ship for single player, and Indy 500 for two player
  7. (Before commencing: I'm looking for open ended advice on laying out memory as a whole subject, feel free to add your own ideas, even if not addressed by my questions. Perhaps this may become a good reference article) When assembly programming, I am sat there with a pen and paper, planning out how I am going to lay out the RAM for my program and all of it's data. Occasionally I rejig it, moving blocks around. Do any of you have a best practice which you apply when deciding how to lay out RAM? My Perl based build system is pretty good at the moment and I am toying with the idea of having a parseable .csv file to decide how to lay out memory. Has anyone else done this before? People mention that they switch out the OS for extra memory. 1) How? 2) What is the knock-on effect of this, do I have to rewrite OS routines such as PMG collision detection and anything else in high RAM? Is this more trouble than it is worth? 3) Any tips in general?
  8. http://youtu.be/xZpZVm8I8Jc My good friend Reggie comes by to talk about one of his favorite handhelds: the NEO GEO Pocket Color. This competitor to the Gameboy Color didn't make much of a splash, but it has a hardcore dedicated fan base today and some great games for it. Do you own this little handheld? And what games do you recommend?
  9. Hidden Gems for Super Nintendo! These are some of the best and most fun games few people know about. Mega game collector John Hancock (swlovinist) shows some of the games he recommends for SNES fans to play and add to their collection. What games would you like to see in Part 2?
  10. http://youtu.be/YrMiPZQc8xg Even more Hidden Gems for the Nintendo Gamecube (Part 3) & Gamecube collectors looking to find more games for their library! Games Shown: Gotcha Force Tube Slider SpongeBob SquarePants Battle for Bikini Bottom Pac-Man Vs. Tales of Symphonia Wario World Resident Evil 0 & 1 I-Ninja What do you think about the GameCube controller? Do you like it...or loath it?
  11. Here are a bunch more iPad & iPhone iOS games I have been playing lately. Lots of really fun games that don't cost a lot. Joe Danger Touch 10000000 Super Hexagon The Room Raiden Legacy You Don't Know Jack Pitfall! Momonga Pinball Adventures Dale Grahn Color What mobile games have you been playing lately?
  12. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RZf6xVDxIK0 Drunken Master Paul joins me again this week to discover our Favorite Sega Genesis Shoot 'Em Up game (shmup) on the system. This involves beer, multiple arcade sticks and a willingness to kill, destroy and blow stuff up real good. Hell, let's throw an a cappella Bon Jovi song in there for good measure! Oh yeah, and the "Seaman" comment is a running joke, as I am playing that game right now on the Dreamcast… and he makes fun of me. The Bastard.
  13. Anna helps come up with domestic & import Sega Saturn Hidden Gems for Game collectors. Games Shown: Astal Magical Knight Rayearth Temptest 2000 Clockwork Knight 1 + 2 Necronomicon Metal Slug Soukyugurentai Otokuyo Vampire Savior: The Lord of Vampire Pocket Fighter Manx TT We're having trouble coming up with reasonably priced Saturn IMPORTS for part two. Suggestions?
  14. The Nintendo Gamecube may have struggled against the Playstation 2 and original Xbox for gamer's hearts & wallets, but this little console eventually produced a bunch of classic titles, as well as some great Hidden Gems. Here is Part 1 for Gamecube collectors looking to find more Hidden Gems for their library! What games would you like to see in Parts 2 and 3?
  15. Hey everyone. I'm trying to get a general idea as to what joystick is great for the 2600. Any ideas? Thoughts?
  16. Brittney helps me with our Top 10 PS1 Games & we discuss our first Playstation memories + Honorable Mentions! This list isn't like most Top 10 lists, but that's ok. Games shown: 1. Final Fantasy IX 2. XenoGears 3. Breath of Fire III 4. Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped 5. Twisted Metal 2 6. Einhander 7. Resident Evil II 8. Chrono Cross 9. Tetris PLUS! 10. Fear Effect 1&2 What would be on your list? What did we miss?
  17. Nintendo's Gameboy Advance (GBA) was a world-wide success with 100's of great games for it. I choose 10 for my Top games for the handheld and show you some of the console versions I own. What games did I miss? Do you own any interesting versions of the GBA handheld?
  18. There are lots of great video game systems out there. Please think about all the great systems you've played over the years and pick one from the poll which happens to be your favorite. Perhaps share a few memories in the thread below, as well as your thoughts on why you picked that system amongst all the choices.
  19. Following an idea by Kevan I saw in the TI99/4A forum, I decided to start this poll so all Colecovision fans can vote for his/her favorite 2012 Colecovision game and of course comment your decision here. The number of released games in 2012 rise up to the astounding number of 24 new games! (please correct me if I'm wrong) In the TI99/4A forum they are going to send a small trophy or plaque to the author of the winning game. That's an interesting idea. Anyway, I'm only starting the poll, if someone or a group wants to give a kind of prize they're free to take their decision As only one game can be voted, votes aren't public. Enjoy it! EDIT: I'll keep it open until Sep/21/2013 if I can find out how to close it
  20. Hello, I am a new member at Atariage despite my frequently viewing the site I would like to know other's opinions on which arcade ports are best so that I have an idea of what to purchase in the future In terms of best, accuracy does not bother me too much- as long as the game is enjoyable After searching online a bit, I have become interested in the following games: Battlezone Gravitar Phoenix Ms. Pac-Man Crystal Castles Joust and of course many more =) I own a few common ones such as Donkey Kong, Asteroids, Missile Command, and Popeye- its only that I hope to expand my library with my favorite genre of games; Arcade =D I would love to hear any comments, recommendations, or any other feedback Thanks in advance
  21. http://youtu.be/qRqCbifUaD0 Love your Atari 2600 and buy good games for it. Please don't play games that suck. Hope you guys like the video!
  22. The PS2 ROCKS with over 1,850 games released in North America! Here are a ton of great hidden gems for the console you may not know about. Games Shown: Legend of Kay Gungriffon Blaze Mister Mosquito Silpheed Lost Planet Disaster Report Maximo Ghost to Glory War of the Monsters Okage Shadow King Klonoa 2: Lunatea's Veil Aqua Aqua Primal
  23. I am continuing my Hidden Gems series this week with the mighty Playstation 2! It's one of my favorite consoles ever... Games Mentioned: Blood Will Tell Snoopy vs The Red Baron Echo Night Beyond Crimson Tears Micro Machines v4 Kim Possible What's the Switch Cold Winter Splashdown Rides Gone Wild Shadow Hearts Covenant & From the New World Dr. Muto Vampire Night What are some of your favorite Hidden Gems for the system?
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