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Re: Time to raid My everdrive....

by Dikdikvandik Thu Nov 08, 2018 1:19 am

The color and enhancement hacks for both Genesis Street Fighter games is amazing.

One thing I love about having an Everdrive is seeing what potential the System had.

It didn't need the Sega CD to do FMV.

Master of Darkness on Master System it is.
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Re: Time to raid My everdrive....

by Jagosaurus Thu Nov 08, 2018 8:36 am

Have you played Wolfenstein 3D on your Mega ED? Check it out. Amazing the Genesis can handle that.
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Re: Time to raid My everdrive....

by Sarge Thu Nov 08, 2018 5:09 pm

Master of Darkness is solid, but it's not even close to Castlevania in terms of difficulty. Only one stage gave me issues, and that was the SMB-style maze where you're more in danger of running out of time than dying.
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Re: Time to raid My everdrive....

by Jagosaurus Fri Nov 09, 2018 5:41 pm

Sarge wrote:Master of Darkness is solid, but it's not even close to Castlevania in terms of difficulty. Only one stage gave me issues, and that was the SMB-style maze where you're more in danger of running out of time than dying.


Was the GG version harder? I remember dying a lot... maybe I suck lol :?
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Re: Time to raid My everdrive....

by samsonlonghair Fri Nov 09, 2018 8:06 pm

Pulseman is a good use for an everdrive. It's an import title that's hard to find, and it's expensive. The only way you're reasonably going to get your hands on this game is a ROM file. So, you might as well fire up that everydrive.

Pulseman is a great game by Game freak: the studio that made Pokemon. Pulseman really impressed me in terms of production values. Great visual design with lots of animation. This is fantastic sprite work. The background art is nice too.
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Re: Time to raid My everdrive....

by Jagosaurus Fri Nov 09, 2018 9:39 pm

Some interesting Euro exclusives...

Check out Bloodshot (cart version). It's an interesting PAL FPS.

Cannon Fodder received a PAL release also.

I had both those running fine on my NTSC set.
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Re: Time to raid My everdrive....

by Dikdikvandik Sat Nov 10, 2018 8:44 am

Pulseman isn't hard to get repros of, which I almost did.

My Everdrive doesn't know me at all, play random game never brings up anything I want to play.
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