- May 16, 2008
I will. How much?dungeonmaster said:nope, never
anyone want to buy final fantasy 2 for snes?
I'm impressed. The joystick still worked after all that time? I thought it was a lost cause.iamnotincompliance said:However, the Atari 2600 is still alive and kicking (NO "STILL ALIVE" JOKES!), and I defy anyone to take me on in Warlords or Surround. If you feel like challenging yourself, try Kaboom! or Adventure. Go ahead, try Adventure: find the invisible dot, take it to the invisible hole in the wall, and see the credits. No fair using a map.
I've heard of roughly everyone else on the planet having joystick trouble with Atari, but at this house they just continue to work perfectly. I don't know what to tell you, except that Genesis controllers work on Ataris if the original joysticks die. I have to say Defender with a turbo button laser is the only way to play, plus the ship is far more maneuverable with a d-pad.Quaidis said:I'm impressed. The joystick still worked after all that time? I thought it was a lost cause.
I tried ScummVM before on my XP machine and had some major issues with volume bugs on Monkey Island 2 and Day of the Tentacle. Other times I had color issues (believe it or not). I found, since I have an old and reliable comp sitting around anyway, I may as well use it to play the games.jpalfy33 said:You should look up ScummVM. It lets you play those game as well as Sam & Max Hit the Road and the first Monkey Islands and more. It make the games look better too and you don't need to have an old OS to run them, I'm playing them on Vista.Quaidis said:Recently I revived one of my old junk computers and installed Windows 98 on it. I plan to use it to play my older unplayable computer games (like 'Day of the Tentacle' and 'Return to Zork')
That's why I think PCs are so great, you can go from playing games like Tentacle that were released in '93 to playing games like Crysis on the same system.