There were a couple of Opa-Opa cameos in Sonic Riders. He's a hoverboard you can buy from the gear shop, and not only is it a good board, it drops the 10-ton weight on people that you boost into. Also, there's a bunch of giant Opa-Opas running around as obstacles at the start of the Sega Illusion course. (I haven't touched Riders: ZG so you're on your own there)
I could get screens of these...if my DVD recorder weren't an overcomplicated hassle to hook up and put to work, and if the results were ever better than subpar.
For that matter should I just go ahead and dump every nostalgic touch like those Riders has right here so they can be added where appropriate?
It even works perfectly in PCSX2 (PS2 emulator, FYI). Seems very nice so far, though I only got to the middle of stage 5, because Windows Update interrupted me to tell me it needed to restart my computer. Maybe a bit too easy so far, but that doesn't bother me much.
Can't figure out how to start Neo Classic...
Last Edit: Sept 10, 2008 14:15:09 GMT -5 by zellsf
Post by Discoalucard on Sept 10, 2008 16:58:53 GMT -5
What's the deal with Neo Classic anyway? I'm trying to puzzle through the Japanese, and I think it says it was originally created back in 1987 by Sunsoft? So was the Sega arcade game based off this, or the other way around?
Anyway, official website doesn't list the code, maybe 2ch knows.
I too bowed to the dark side and downloaded it preliminarily. Runs like garbage on my computer, but it should make for nice screenshots! The problem is there are like three or four distorted lines spread across the screen. Are these on yours too? What graphics plug in are you using?
The distorted lines are there because you're trying to run at something else than the native Playstation 2 resolution. Use GSdx9 and check the "Native" checkbox. It doesn't make sense to try to run a higher resolution with 2D games anyway, use F8 to take screenshots in the proper resolution to the snaps folder in the PCSX2 directory.