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CSBrokaw
January 27, 2007, 10:56:07 PM - ORIGINAL POST -

Let us start with the world's best shooting game, Point Blank!



I want the chest with the heart+coins already, and to not lose a life IN THE BEGINNING.

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xexy
Read December 13, 2009, 06:00:28 PM #151

Beat megaman x in roughly 45 mins... still 14 mins shy of a world record. But not a bad time
 
Suko
Read December 13, 2009, 09:00:25 PM #152

Beat Metal Gear Ac!d in 3 days, returned it and got MGA2 free. Cheesy

32/35 Special Cup 50cc Mario Kart 64.  Would have had a perfect set but Toad beat me on the first circuit by 0.04 seconds. :/
I couldn't remember the shortcut, but if you jump at the right time on Rainbow Road, you can cut 20-30 seconds off your time.  I've used this to lap the computer on 150cc and clear 3 laps in under 3 minutes before.


I remember years back, I submitted that Rainbow Road tip to Nintendo Power and I got a sweet millennium N64 controller. It was the happiest day of my life.
 
Keby
Read December 13, 2009, 09:32:01 PM #153

I remember years back, I submitted that Rainbow Road tip to Nintendo Power and I got a sweet millennium N64 controller. It was the happiest day of my life.



THAT WAS YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 
KevinDDR
Read December 13, 2009, 10:22:50 PM #154

I have a feeling I have that issue somewhere...thinking about it I distinctly recall seeing Scott Philipp in one of the Arena scoreboards or something too in a few old issues. Am I right?
 
ChilliumBromide
Read December 20, 2009, 07:45:50 PM #155

A few things:
Mario Kart Double Dash Time Trial times (race/lap):
Luigi Circuit: 1:25:920/0:28:112
Peach Beach: 1:18:859/0:26:118
Baby Park: 1:11:141/0:09:562
Dry Dry Desert: 1:51:719/0:36:435
Mushroom Bridge: 1:32:005/0:29:795
Mario Circuit: 1:42:035/0:33:279
Daisy Cruiser: 1:51:755/0:36:777
Waluigi Stadium: 1:58:362/0:38:506
Sherbet Land: 1:27:525/0:28:808
Mushroom City: 1:51:161/0:36:687
Yoshi Circuit: 1:58:103/0:38:008
DK Mountain: 2:10:209/0:42:819
Wario Colosseum: 2:18:326/1:08:826
Dino Dino Jungle: 2:06:692/0:41:501 (<-terrible time)
Bowser's Castle: 2:41:873/0:53:030
Rainbow Road: 3:15:090/1:04:409

If there's anyone around here who can compete with me, I'd like to hear from you; this game's gotten kind of boring, because at this point the only thing I have to compete with are the time trial standards on mariokart64.com Tongue


Geometry Wars 2: Pacifism: 22.9million (not incredible, but pretty decent.  I don't expect that to be my high score for long.)
 
Schlagwerk
Read January 11, 2010, 09:40:48 AM #156

Phantasy Star Portable muthafuckin' 2

If you've ever played Phantasy Star Online/Universe/Zero and enjoyed it, this.is.the.game.  It's like Sega actually tried to make a good game instead of something that their fanboys would complain about but still buy and play.

JP onry for now, but it's on the PSP and that's region free.  It's selling too well to not get a localized release.  I just hope Sega actually gives it a decent budget so they can do a quality job with the localization, support, and advertising unlike PSO and everything afterwards.
 
Keby
Read January 11, 2010, 11:31:16 AM #157

16,388,294 high score on Raiden IV on the Xbox 360 in arcade mode on original difficulty.

Not too impressive, but I feel as if I'm finally getting back into the groove with shmups. I've been so outta touch with them for awhile.


I just really with I could play this game on a Taito Type-X machine. Then I could really test my skills.
 
BLueSS
Read January 11, 2010, 12:01:00 PM #158

Schlagwerk, PS Portable 1 on PSP was pretty... blah for me. I played the Dreamcast PSO a LOT, and the first one seemed to be a lame rehash. What are the differences that make #2 better?
 
Schlagwerk
Read January 11, 2010, 01:15:59 PM #159

Schlagwerk, PS Portable 1 on PSP was pretty... blah for me. I played the Dreamcast PSO a LOT, and the first one seemed to be a lame rehash. What are the differences that make #2 better?
PSPo was a stripped down version of Phantasy Star Universe.  Kinda a quick port if you will

PSP2 is like PSU 2.0.  It includes almost everything that PSU had, adds new missions, new systems (dodging and blocking to name two), and fixes tons of niggling gameplay issues from PSU/PSPo.  I always enjoyed the combat in PSU because it was more dynamic than in PSO (I played the GC version a LOT), but the leveling curve was too slow and not enough content.  Well PSP2 also rebalances that.  Also free internet multiplayer is back if you have a legit copy.

So I've been a fan of PSU, but always begrudgingly acknowledged that there were some things that PSO did better.  Now PSP2 feels much closer to a real sequel to PSO: Some of the things are the same, but there are a bunch of upgrades to the gameplay and underlying systems to make it stand out.
 
BLueSS
Read January 11, 2010, 03:21:37 PM #160

hmm, I might have to check it out when it comes stateside. Smiley
 
 
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