Started by OpenMaw, Jun 03, 2018, 07:43:53 AM
Quote from: Corporal Hicks on Jan 07, 2020, 11:36:19 AMI've downloaded the Virtual Jaguar as well. Any opinions on that emulator? Do you have a link to the English patch for Phoenix?
Quote from: molasar on Jan 07, 2020, 11:46:33 AMQuote from: Corporal Hicks on Jan 07, 2020, 11:36:19 AMI've downloaded the Virtual Jaguar as well. Any opinions on that emulator? Do you have a link to the English patch for Phoenix? Virtual Jaguar - less power consuming; generally less compatible in comparison to Phoenix; AvP glitches: HUD map, Pred HUD sound detector but the door texture is OKEnglish patch:https://www.ngemu.com/threads/phoenix-project-3do-emulator-translated-into-english.191753/http://eab.abime.net/showthread.php?p=1157067https://www.emutopia.com/index.php/emulators/item/273-atari-jaguar/1249-phoenix
Quote from: Voodoo Magic on Jan 07, 2020, 01:52:18 PMI think I paid something like $4.99 for the irata jaguar emulator app, but it was worth it to get Jaguar's AvP on my Galaxy phone.
Quote from: molasar on Jan 07, 2020, 01:59:04 PMQuote from: Voodoo Magic on Jan 07, 2020, 01:52:18 PMI think I paid something like $4.99 for the irata jaguar emulator app, but it was worth it to get Jaguar's AvP on my Galaxy phone.Who charged you for it? It is for free and made by Phoenix guys. They just split it into a separate app for each system.
Quote from: AVP-CAPCOM on Jan 07, 2020, 12:02:49 PMI remember this game on launch.Unfortunately the game system wasn't 64-bit as advertised, but not like anyone cared since we were still buzzing our Sega Mega Drives and Snes consoles with Street Fighter 2.I wrote off the Jaguar like the 3DO and Sega CD before it. The angry video game nerd also took apart the "do the math" campaign and tech spec of what was really under the hood.
Quote from: AVP-CAPCOM on Jan 07, 2020, 12:02:49 PMJames Hampton got the ball rolling on future installments of AVP so fair play to him. But isn't it weird how even he admitted the graphical techniques of digitised photos made to look 3D were based on Amiga and 16-bit digitised 2d sprites, to give the illusion of 3d.
Quote from: AVP-CAPCOM on Jan 07, 2020, 12:02:49 PMI see no bad intentions from Mr Hampton or his team and their game sounds good, although I got spoiled by said AVP 1999 and AVP2. From 1994 I think I would still prefer AVP-CAPCOM arcade if I had to choose.
Quote from: Voodoo Magic on Jan 07, 2020, 02:13:43 PMI double-checked my 2018 Google Play purchase history and I definitely paid $4.99 for it. The developer email address was firstname.lastname@example.orgI guess I was screwed? But ultimately I'm fine with it. I got more hours out of replaying AvPJaguar than Alien Blackout, and Blackout was worth the $4.99 to me.
Quote from: 426Buddy on Jan 07, 2020, 11:47:18 PMI remember going crazy when this came out. I read about it and saw screenshots in gaming magazines, but my parents wouldn't buy us a Jaguar. We didn't have a lot of money and they were all about Nintendo anyway. I spent a lot of time combing over that preview article I had. Ultimately my imagination had made the game into something more that it could ever be, when I played the ROM a few years ago it could only be a huge disappointment to the kid in me lol.
Quote from: 426Buddy on Jan 08, 2020, 02:19:13 AMDisappointing because all that time spent imagining how amazing the game was built my expectations up to unrealistic levels. Playing as an adult also meant that the graphics look super dated even to someone who grew up in the late 80s, 90s. Also playing a ROM is never as enjoyable as playing on the original platform.
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