Last Resort (Neo Geo Emulated)

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small improvement ;)

-- Posted by Mantalow on 2016-02-18 07:39:38   Reply
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Bit confused over this one: your video reads "MAME", yet this is under Neo Geo Emulated.  Or does that count for either category?  Because if I recall correctly with what little I know about the Neo Geo home system is that it had the same amount of power as its arcade counterparts (hence the severely high price tags on the games and all).  So perhaps this is filed under the correct category after all.

-- Posted by DarrylB on 2016-02-18 10:48:53   Reply
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@DarrylB:

To answer your question, yes, home & arcade hardware are exactly the same for neogeo system. The only difference is that in arcade you need money to play.

I requested several months ago that neogeo & mame section to be merged and let the only 2 or 3 games unemulated by MAME (mostly bootleg) in the neogeo section but it was never be done ;)

-- Posted by Mantalow on 2016-02-18 13:16:00   Reply
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@Mantalow:

Thanks, I'll watch the rest of the vid (amazing graphics!!) and vote :)

-- Posted by DarrylB on 2016-02-18 13:24:44   Reply
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@DarrylB:

the neogeo games were amazing for the graphics and sound (because the machine can handle almost unlimited sprites on screen), more RAM for this system than any other hardware of the same decade, means that the machine can load a bunch of data, the neogeo system was the first to suport 220 MB ROM size, then 500, 800 and 1 TB (if I remember well)

the main problem to this huge amount of data loaded is the severe slowdowns in almost every neogeo game, but the devs managed to make this a key feature. Many games would be impossible to play without them (take a look at Shock Troopers Second Squad, I think this game is a good example)

-- Posted by Mantalow on 2016-02-18 16:32:55   Reply