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ugh,!#@$!
by Phugolz
Posted 09-30-2009 05:17

DEAR SWEET BUTTERY CHOCOLATE JESUS SEGA STOP IT. STOP IT RIGHT NOW.


JESUS. They are making another Sonic collection. In a leaked Sega Document they talk about another collection of regurgitated fuckvomit. Read the document here

I wish to god Sega could be trusted with Sonic's copyright. Furries are a dying breed thanks to AIDS and you only have so many recolors to choose from. Reading this document made my asshole pucker.

:: comments made & full story 50 ::

rika_chou :: 09-30-2009 05:49 :: ip: Hidden
>Seen it already a few days ago.


Sounds like is might actually be more than roms + emulator on a disk with nice menus. As they mention possible extra modes for the PS3 version...
Hungry Lucario :: 09-30-2009 13:30 :: ip: 74.99.204.72
Not sure why you are so upset. If you don't want it, don't buy it. You act like this is the only thing they are releasing in the future. They have project Needlemouse in there to help ease your asshole's pain.
Rez2 :: 09-30-2009 15:25 :: ip: Hidden
[quote]Not sure why you are so upset. If you don't want it, don't buy it. You act like this is the only thing they are releasing in the future. They have project Needlemouse in there to help ease your asshole's pain.[/quote]
Who said that project Needlemouse would actually be any good? it isn't finished yet, and for all we know, it could, and will be crap
Phugolz :: 09-30-2009 15:26 :: ip: Hidden
it'll be crap. promise.
Reluctant Sega Fan :: 09-30-2009 21:46 :: ip: 173.27.205.134
This shit pisses me all different kinds of the hell off. As a longtime Sega fan, sticking with them through their dark days (CD+32X), to their darker days (Saturn), to their darkest days (Dreamcast), to their darkerest days (present), I can't fucking believe they would suck Sony's cock so hard despite Sony being the primary reason for their ultimate downfall (and their apparent obliviousness to Sony IPs). I would love to see DC games on current consoles...with one exception. I'm not buying shit unless it has a leaderboard or achievements/trophies.
Reluctant Sega Fan again :: 09-30-2009 21:51 :: ip: 173.27.205.134
I'm not stupid; I understand that it's easier and costs less to release a game via straight up emulation than waste the couple days of manpower to craft a leaderboard/add achivements...but fuck that. As far as I'm concerned, a full blown remake notwithstanding, once a 'retro' game adds leaderboards, achievements, and online multiplayer, I never have to buy that fucking game again. For example, having all the achievements/being the highest on my friend's leaderboards on Sonic 2 makes me feel the most accomplished I ever care to feel concerning that game. The main problem
Reluctant Sega Fan again :: 09-30-2009 21:57 :: ip: 173.27.205.134
is the lack of standards on the Playstation Network. Games don't require leaderboards period, and they only require trophies if they're PSN games. Instead, I see Sega and Sony simply releasing them with a separate classification so they no longer have to follow those rules. I can see the appeal of free money; upload old DC games and let the cash flow. And shit, I realize I'm in the minority, but fuck, I just wish they'd put a tiny bit of effort into it, you know? I just want to let people on my friends list know that I collected all the tags in Jet Grind Radio, is that too much
Reluctant Sega Fan is out :: 09-30-2009 22:04 :: ip: 173.27.205.134
to ask? I have all 3 current gen consoles, along with the handhelds. I've given all 3 players so much of my money, it makes me sick. The sad thing is, all I want to do is advertise their damn games! I want to get achievements in Skies of Arcadia so that people with similar tastes as I know that I played it and as a result decide maybe they'll buy it too. I want to play through Gain Ground and Space Harrier and have a high score posted to compare against my friends.<br><br>I guess if they released the ultimate version of a retro game though, they wouldn't be able to rerelease it...fuc
cool_boy_mew :: 09-30-2009 22:08 :: ip: Hidden
You guys care that much about fucking archievements and shitty leaderboards? Really?

Man, what happened to gaming in the recent years?
Reluctant Sega Fan is back :: 09-30-2009 22:21 :: ip: 173.27.205.134
You say you guys...but it was only me. Far be it from me to declare that something that is new and different is also fun and exciting. If you're happy rebuying the exact same game on a new console with 0 new features whatsoever then by all means, go ahead. And for the record, gaming has been all but ruined in recent years thanks to digital nickle and diming/console exclusive features. &quot;Oh, you want to play through Sonic 1 backwards? THEN PREORDER THE PS3 VERSION! But you say you would rather play as Mario? THEN PREODER THE WII VERSION! Oh, you want an extra level? THEN&quot; y
IUG :: 09-30-2009 23:10 :: ip: Hidden
Make an account please.
IxlairDark :: 09-30-2009 23:41 :: ip: Hidden
inb4 retro

Hey, it's Sega. What more can we expect from them these days?
AfroRyan :: 10-01-2009 00:51 :: ip: Hidden
[quote name='IUG' date='30 September 2009 - 06:10 PM' timestamp='1254352209' post='85445']
Make an account please.
[/quote]

I guess it would probably upset you if I said I already had one but was too lazy to sign in, huh?

lol laziness on the internet.
niggerbaby :: 10-01-2009 01:54 :: ip: 75.70.242.144
Fuck sega, this is retarded. Why does a few roms and emulators require a BD? <br><br>What does castlevania flip mode mean? Does that mean flipping everything upside down, like in SOTN? Because that would be stupid, many sonic levels (especially starting ones) don't have anything on the top. And levels like Launch Base Act 1 & 2 would suck upside down.<br><br>$99? This is the worst deal in gaming since the &quot;five hundred and ninety nine us dollars&quot; PS3.
rika_chou :: 10-01-2009 02:52 :: ip: Hidden
;_;


You don't even know what would be on it yet. For all you know, it could have the dreamcast games on it too. Or even stuff added to the genesis games. Could even come with a neat Genesis shaped controller for the PS3 and 360. No one even knows yet.
Thundarbolt :: 10-01-2009 03:38 :: ip: Hidden
[quote name='Reluctant Sega Fan' date='30 September 2009 - 05:46 PM' timestamp='1254347169' post='85438']
This shit pisses me all different kinds of the hell off. As a longtime Sega fan, sticking with them through their dark days (CD+32X), to their darker days (Saturn), to their darkest days (Dreamcast), to their darkerest days (present), I can't fucking believe they would suck Sony's cock so hard despite Sony being the primary reason for their ultimate downfall (and their apparent obliviousness to Sony IPs). I would love to see DC games on current consoles...with one exception. I'm not buying shit unless it has a leaderboard or achievements/trophies.
[/quote]

Yeah because holding a grudge and publicly hoarding exclusivity in a third party position is a wonderful business platform. You can't make shit personal in business otherwise you look really unprofessional and you'll pay for it. The whole reason Sony and Square got so big together was because Nintendo's president at the time was a complete asshole and said only basement dwelling neckbeards would play RPGs or CD platforms (in almost those exact words). Because of it they went from top dog monopoly to laughing stock in a few short years. Hell, the whole Sega vs Nintendo thing was all fanboy pissing contests and marketting. The second they werent in direct competition with each other they were BFFs.

Forced leaderboards is a stupid ass idea. A game developer should never be forced to include something in every game ever. Leaderboards only work in games that call for them, and even then its like "Woohoo! I'm the 17,000,000th best person at this one level of Arkham Asylum!".

Also why would you be a fan of something if all they ever have is a never ending dark age of shit?
AfroRyan :: 10-01-2009 05:25 :: ip: Hidden
[quote name='Thundarbolt' date='30 September 2009 - 10:38 PM' timestamp='1254368311' post='85452']
[quote name='Reluctant Sega Fan' date='30 September 2009 - 05:46 PM' timestamp='1254347169' post='85438']
This shit pisses me all different kinds of the hell off. As a longtime Sega fan, sticking with them through their dark days (CD+32X), to their darker days (Saturn), to their darkest days (Dreamcast), to their darkerest days (present), I can't fucking believe they would suck Sony's cock so hard despite Sony being the primary reason for their ultimate downfall (and their apparent obliviousness to Sony IPs). I would love to see DC games on current consoles...with one exception. I'm not buying shit unless it has a leaderboard or achievements/trophies.
[/quote]

Yeah because holding a grudge and publicly hoarding exclusivity in a third party position is a wonderful business platform. You can't make shit personal in business otherwise you look really unprofessional and you'll pay for it. The whole reason Sony and Square got so big together was because Nintendo's president at the time was a complete asshole and said only basement dwelling neckbeards would play RPGs or CD platforms (in almost those exact words). Because of it they went from top dog monopoly to laughing stock in a few short years. Hell, the whole Sega vs Nintendo thing was all fanboy pissing contests and marketting. The second they werent in direct competition with each other they were BFFs.

Forced leaderboards is a stupid ass idea. A game developer should never be forced to include something in every game ever. Leaderboards only work in games that call for them, and even then its like "Woohoo! I'm the 17,000,000th best person at this one level of Arkham Asylum!".

Also why would you be a fan of something if all they ever have is a never ending dark age of shit?
[/quote]

I can't believe you believe that Square nonsense. They picked Sony because it was using a CD based media. They wouldn't have even wasted their time and money building that N64 FF build if they got their feelings hurt. Sure, Nintendo may have pissed them off...but it takes a HUGE leap of faith to believe they would have alienated nearly their entire fanbase based on nothing but a grudge. When it comes down to it, a company will do whatever makes the most sense and what is easiest. Square wanted the new Final Fantasy to have a CD quality soundtrack and have no size restrictions, so they made it for Playstation. But that brings me to the next point.

Unless the game takes specific advantage of the platform it was developed for (or is a first party title), there should be no reason to make it exclusive. By keeping it available on all platforms, you broaden the audience, you make all you fans happy, and BOOM you have a hit. I realize that currently that's a little hard...the Wii isn't nearly as powerful as the 360/PS3. As a result, it's kind of a double edged sword. They get plenty of waggle exclusives, but they miss out on all the "next gen" stuff like Soul Calibur 4, or Batman Arkham Asylum.

I hate timed exclusivity, it serves that ever present purpose of making people quick money. And as far as console exclusive content goes, I only accept it if it makes sense. Link is in Soul Calibur 2 only on GC? Alright, makes sense. Joker is only in the PS3 version of Arkham Asylum? WTF? Again, I realize this is a quick and easy way to make some cash, but...really? Gamers should not be punished because Microsoft/Sony want exclusive content. For the record, I bought Arham Asylum on PS3, despite hating the PS style controller for everything except games that allow the awesome d-pad.


I admit that being forced into anything sucks. I mean, why should a company be required to do anything as long as the game is fun, right? One word: standards.

Have you seen the crap that's been released on WiiWare? Nintendo has no policy regarding digital downloads, and so you end up with an endless ocean of crap with just a handful of tiny islands of joy. Still, being stranded on a fun island that's surrounded by crap still stinks. Seriously, by having no standards, developers have actually released as many non-games as they have games. It's sad that WiiWare resembles the Indie section of Xbox Live.

As far as leaderboards go, I'll concede that forcing them seems a bit extreme. However, the fact that they are super simple to program and implement is all but inarguable. It's a counter tied to a server that detects which number is higher (or maybe lower) than another. It would take less than a full days work to program it (although arguably it would take a bit longer to design its overall layout and test it) and takes up less than a MB of space. "Oh, but not all games have scoring methods!" you say. Who the hell cares? Make a speedrun leaderboard. Make a kill count learderboard. Or in the case of most of the point and click adventure games on XBLA, be creative and have a board based around the total unique lines of dialogue heard. The simple fact of the matter is, leaderboards help extend the life/replayabilty of games by creating live dynamic competition, even if the competition itself isn't entirely skill based. Sure, there may be people who don't care and trade in their copy of the game, but for every one of those people, there are 2 friends who are having a fun time trying to outdo each other who never trade their copies in. In the long run, it's a good business move and you know it. Also, forcing a leaderboard nearly guarantees that the software released for your service is GAME related, not some dress up doll toy crap...unless they make a board for total unique outfits on said doll...shit.

And lastly, did I say that those dark days were shitty? No I did not. Despite being Sega's endtimes, I think most of their Dreamcast era stuff is some of the best work they've ever produced. Admittedly, Sega CD/32X were rushed to market, and the Saturn was nothing but a shit fest (minus a few arcade ports, NiGHTS, and of course PANZER DRAGOON). Right now, despite releasing some of the worst crap this side of Sonic 2006, they have still managed to release a few gems like Valkyria Chronicles. Plus, rooting for the underdog is fun.
Cryomancer :: 10-01-2009 08:25 :: ip: Hidden
Seriously though for 100 dollars I want Segasonic arcade and a trackball controller. Nothing else is even gonna make me take another glance at this.
Hinara :: 10-01-2009 16:19 :: ip: Hidden
I read Sonic Mega Collection + Sonic Heroes + Sonic Riders + Another already released shitty Sonic 3D game, but not Storybook titles nor Adventure.
KiddoCabbusses :: 10-01-2009 16:34 :: ip: Hidden
If anyone wants to get proper into the "How much did Nintendo piss Square off?" argument, let me think about a bit of speculation here.

The very last set of games Square made for Nintendo were, IIRC, the four late-gen Satellaview titles Radical Dreamers, Dyanmitracer, Treasure Conflix, and Koi ha Balance. You've likely all only heard of the first one in spite of all of these being ROM dumped and playable. Anyway.
To begin with, I will say that although I don't have any smoking guns, there's evidence that Nintendo considered their Satellaview devvers the "2nd rate shit" - none of the Satellaview devvers are N64 devvers, they dig out Famicom Disk System software names they otherwise won't really use again, many of the games are remakes, etc.
Anyway, along comes Squaresoft and after those Chrono Trigger "Specials" they go on to make those games in.... 1997, from what I'm led to believe at the moment, made in 1997. The very next year Nintendo would "abandon" the Satellaview and St.GIGA would run it solo up until it's lifespan ended.
Now, thinking of this in the speculative pool, I'm thinking like "So Square was called 2nd-rate and then had their games shoved into a format that Nintendo planned to cancel the next yet?"
If that all holds to be true, it'd actually seem very much like a "personal" grudge.
Reaper :: 10-01-2009 17:27 :: ip: Hidden
I miss the old Sonic Team. Yes, the one with Yuji Naka.
Phugolz :: 10-01-2009 18:49 :: ip: Hidden
[quote name='KiddoCabbusses' date='01 October 2009 - 12:34 PM' timestamp='1254414889' post='85463'][img]http://actingschmacting.files.wordpress.com/2008/10/broken-record.jpg[/img][/quote]

square sucked then anyways, they needed to branch out before nintendo choked them out.
KiddoCabbusses :: 10-01-2009 21:17 :: ip: Hidden
[quote name='Phugolz' date='01 October 2009 - 02:49 PM' timestamp='1254422973' post='85467']
[quote name='KiddoCabbusses' date='01 October 2009 - 12:34 PM' timestamp='1254414889' post='85463'][img]http://actingschmacting.files.wordpress.com/2008/10/broken-record.jpg[/img][/quote]

square sucked then anyways, they needed to branch out before nintendo choked them out.
[/quote]

The Satellaview/Playstation-Pre-FFVII era was when Square actually had the -most- variety in their projects - they could actually make games that WEREN'T JRPGS at the time. Unfortunately, no one seems to give a shit, because everyone who complains about Square making too many FF games then go out and ONLY BUY THE FF GAMES. Does anyone even remember Tobal, Einhander or Bushido Blade? All released in the US on the Playstation, nevermind any of the Japan-only Super Famicom projects.
Phugolz :: 10-01-2009 22:17 :: ip: Hidden
dude Tobal kicked ass. I remember playing that plus the FF7 demo that came with it. Memories like whut
niggerbaby :: 10-02-2009 02:21 :: ip: 75.70.242.144
Einhander is premium. It's not the best SHMUP but it's damn good, and I'm surprised that it doesn't get much attention.<br><br>Here's a reason to be pissed at square though (I'm not a jRPG fag boy): Square thinks it is okay to send C&D letters to the 96% done chrono trigger remake. Fuck those jews. Square doesn't give a shit about gaming. I understand that every company wants money, but you can be decent about it.
niggerbaby :: 10-02-2009 02:26 :: ip: 75.70.242.144
Valve hears about a fan remake of half life 1 (black mesa source) and they feature it on their news page and say they can't wait to play it. Square hears about a remake about a very old SNES game that requires rom patching (how many gamers know about roms? How many of those can patch roms?) and their fucking jew lawyers jump all over them. Fuck Square. They're almost as shit as sony.
Edge :: 10-02-2009 20:28 :: ip: Hidden
Eh, I don't blame Sega anymore. They've long conceded they can't make a new Sonic game that's actually good, so they might as well just re-release the Genesis games until the universe explodes. Good marketing strategy, I'd have done the same thing. Maybe they'll throw in Sonic Eraser
P.P.A. :: 10-02-2009 20:42 :: ip: Hidden
[quote name='Reaper' date='01 October 2009 - 07:27 PM' timestamp='1254418029' post='85466']
Yuji Naka.
[/quote]
Lame.

Naoto Ohshima is superior and much more valuable to Sonic.
TirgoTehPwner :: 10-02-2009 21:46 :: ip: Hidden
hey guys maybe they'll put in sonic crackers in too and beta sonic 1
KiddoCabbusses :: 10-03-2009 05:22 :: ip: Hidden
[quote name='TirgoTehPwner' date='02 October 2009 - 05:46 PM' timestamp='1254520003' post='85496']
hey guys maybe they'll put in sonic crackers in too and beta sonic 1
[/quote]

Ohh ohh, and Waku Waku Sonic Patrol Car.
And Sonic Pocket Adventure.
And Sonic the Hedgehog's Gameworld.
And Tails and the Music Maker.
And -... yeah I'm not going on forever naming a bunch of Sonic titles.
Reaper :: 10-03-2009 09:41 :: ip: Hidden
[quote name='P.P.A.' date='02 October 2009 - 09:42 PM' timestamp='1254516128' post='85493']
[quote name='Reaper' date='01 October 2009 - 07:27 PM' timestamp='1254418029' post='85466']
Yuji Naka.
[/quote]
Lame.

Naoto Ohshima is superior and much more valuable to Sonic.
[/quote]
I disagree.

While Naoto Ohshima did very occassional appearences in the staff, Yuji stayed there on most (if not all) sonic 16 bit games.
Tweaker :: 10-04-2009 20:56 :: ip: Hidden
Yuji's [i]presence[/i] isn't necessarily what should be praised--his brilliant programming work on the earlier Sonic games should be. Yuji Naka's involvement in any of the games' story elements or level design never really turned out well; Yasuhara and Ohshima did a much better job in that regard, with Yasuhara being the primary source of [i]many[/i] of the series' better outings.

Naka, though? He did his job well... but he rarely did his job after the first few games.
LordOfSquad :: 10-04-2009 21:34 :: ip: Hidden
[quote name='Tweaker' date='04 October 2009 - 02:56 PM' timestamp='1254689787' post='85520']
Yuji's [i]presence[/i] isn't necessarily what should be praised--his brilliant programming work on the earlier Sonic games should be. Yuji Naka's involvement in any of the games' story elements or level design never really turned out well; Yasuhara and Ohshima did a much better job in that regard, with Yasuhara being the primary source of [i]many[/i] of the series' better outings.

Naka, though? He did his job well... but he rarely did his job after the first few games.
[/quote]

Which, as far as I recall, wasn't entirely his fault, so much as it was Sega's.
Reaper :: 10-05-2009 11:15 :: ip: 79.158.107.22
[quote name='Tweaker' date='04 October 2009 - 03:56 PM' timestamp='1254689787' post='85520']
Yuji's [i]presence[/i] isn't necessarily what should be praised--his brilliant programming work on the earlier Sonic games should be. Yuji Naka's involvement in any of the games' story elements or level design never really turned out well; Yasuhara and Ohshima did a much better job in that regard, with Yasuhara being the primary source of [i]many[/i] of the series' better outings.

Naka, though? He did his job well... but he rarely did his job after the first few games.
[/quote]

Even if he did not take direct part, Yuji was the angry director pushing his employees to the max. There are stories floating around about people quitting Sonic Team because of him.

Just like of a movie director.

P.D.: The network here is quite insecure, so I'm not logging in.
Sindy?!?! :: 10-06-2009 21:25 :: ip: 81.103.127.71
Yo Dawg!<br><br>I heard you hate Sonic Compilations. So we put a Sonic Compilation in a Sonic Compilation, So you can flame about it, while you flame about it...
Nikki :: 10-07-2009 03:03 :: ip: Hidden
please let sindy have an account again
Reaper :: 10-07-2009 17:34 :: ip: Hidden
[quote name='Sindy?!?!' date='06 October 2009 - 10:25 PM' timestamp='1254864341' post='85545']
Yo Dawg!<br><br>I heard you hate Sonic Compilations. So we put a Sonic Compilation in a Sonic Compilation, So you can flame about it, while you flame about it...
[/quote]
We've entered an endless recursion of time.
Enigmus. :: 10-11-2009 01:58 :: ip: Hidden
[quote name='Reaper' date='07 October 2009 - 12:34 PM' timestamp='1254936887' post='85561']
[quote name='Sindy?!?!' date='06 October 2009 - 10:25 PM' timestamp='1254864341' post='85545']
Yo Dawg!<br><br>I heard you hate Sonic Compilations. So we put a Sonic Compilation in a Sonic Compilation, So you can flame about it, while you flame about it...
[/quote]
We've entered an endless recursion of time.
[/quote]

But we're we are going, we won't need discs! Won't need 'em over, and over, and over, and over, and over,and over, and over, and over, and over,and over, and over, and over, and over,and over, and over, and over, and over,and over, and over, and over, and over,and over, and over, and over, and over- Dammit! I knew I scratched the disc again! To the resurfacer cave, Robin! HOLY SHIT BATMAN!YOWZERS! FAGGOT SONIC HENTAI 4CHAN REJECTS EVERYWHERE! TOO... MANY... RECOLOURS... time for the Howitzer. Hmmm. Looks like it's a night of long posting again. Still, it's Sonic on Sonic on Sonic...

And that's how Sonic Retro will respond once they catch on. Sonic Cycle suspension on Needlemouse, my ass. =P
S0NICQUOTER :: 10-11-2009 02:51 :: ip: Hidden
[quote name='Reaper' date='01 October 2009 - 01:27 PM' timestamp='1254418029' post='85466']
I miss the old Sonic Team. Yes, the one with Yuji Naka.
[/quote]

Even your memories might not be real, you know?
Rez2 :: 10-11-2009 09:51 :: ip: Hidden
[quote name='S0NICQUOTER' date='11 October 2009 - 03:51 AM' timestamp='1255229476' post='85620']
Even your memories might not be real, you know?
[/quote]

[s]Go away[/s] Welcome back.
Overlord :: 10-11-2009 20:59 :: ip: Hidden
Fuck you, Sonicquoter is awesome.
Hinara :: 10-11-2009 23:23 :: ip: Hidden
[quote name='Rez2' date='11 October 2009 - 10:51 AM' timestamp='1255254683' post='85622']
[quote name='S0NICQUOTER' date='11 October 2009 - 03:51 AM' timestamp='1255229476' post='85620']
Even your memories might not be real, you know?
[/quote]

Go away.
[/quote]

Fuck You. Welcome Back SonicQuoter. Where'd you go, off on an adventure?
S0NICQUOTER. :: 10-12-2009 10:20 :: ip: 193.63.129.123
Nowhere darling, nowhere ;) xxxx
IUG :: 10-12-2009 10:58 :: ip: Hidden
[quote name='S0NICQUOTER.' date='12 October 2009 - 06:20 AM' timestamp='1255342807' post='85634']
Nowhere darling, nowhere ;) xxxx
[/quote]
IMPOSTOR! [color=black]The IPs don't match.[/color]
Hinara :: 10-12-2009 12:28 :: ip: Hidden
[quote name='S0NICQUOTER.' date='12 October 2009 - 11:20 AM' timestamp='1255342807' post='85634']
Nowhere darling, nowhere ;) xxxx
[/quote]

In before "Faker, you're the fake hedgehog around here" quote.
Sindy.... :: 10-12-2009 17:52 :: ip: Hidden
I don't think bitches know about Sega's Jihad, I guess they have to make a new compilation once in a while for the non collectors of the franchise, and for the freshy fans that only knew about sonic from the magazines and Tv shows. Technically this is the first compilation release for the PS3.<br>The most we can expect from this compilation is, all the Megadrive games, Sonic CD, Knuckles Chaotix, Sonic R, Sonic Fighters. If were lucky the, SA,SA2,Shuffle,Heroes, Riders 1+2,Shadow. I doubt itl include GG,MS,GBA Games...

If they did however include these games but HD remixed, ill roll around in a seizure attack, whilst on fire with music playing "Moskau"
S0NICQUOTER :: 10-12-2009 23:33 :: ip: Hidden
[quote name='Hinara' date='12 October 2009 - 08:28 AM' timestamp='1255350531' post='85639']In before "Faker, you're the fake hedgehog around here" quote.
[/quote]

Hey! That's my line!
Hinara :: 10-13-2009 06:48 :: ip: Hidden
I should of seen that coming... ahahahaha.
AfroRyan :: 11-08-2009 06:51 :: ip: Hidden
[quote name='Cryomancer' date='01 October 2009 - 03:25 AM' timestamp='1254385552' post='85456']
Seriously though for 100 dollars I want Segasonic arcade and a trackball controller. Nothing else is even gonna make me take another glance at this.
[/quote]

What I wouldn't give for a trackball/dial controller. Arkanoid Live would actually be playable! Madcatz (lol) made an arcade controller with a dial for 360 in its first year, but of course the stupid thing isn't supported by Arkanoid.
Cryomancer :: 11-09-2009 05:37 :: ip: Hidden
Sadly, it's not properly supported in the windows drivers either. I bought the thing for the dial, I wanted a cheap but decent USB spinner controller, but nooooo, that one part of it doesn't work properly in windows. Bastards.

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