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chimpmeister

Member Since 19 Oct 2005
Offline Last Active Nov 19 2019 12:29 PM
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In Topic: Limited Run Games Thread - Global Outbreak of...Delayed Shipping

09 November 2019 - 03:31 PM



.... I won't even get into the PS4 shmup situation they still haven't dealt with.


Oof. What was the problem with their PS4 shmups?

In Topic: Limited Run Games Thread - Global Outbreak of...Delayed Shipping

12 August 2019 - 07:41 PM

Is that true for the Vita version as well? Or just the PS4 version?

Sorry I didn't reply to you earlier, but yes the Vita version is a beautiful port with the same ability to control filters and get a crisp, sharp image by turning off the annoying blur/softening filters.

In Topic: Limited Run Games Thread - Global Outbreak of...Delayed Shipping

11 August 2019 - 10:25 PM

There is no Vita version, just PSP and I think it has the same problem.

Actually there is a Vita version. The standalone 25th Anniversary release of Metal Slug 3 was put out on the PS4, PS3, and Vita in 2015. All versions feature top quality emulation by Code Mystics, including the ability to turn off the softening filters and have a crisp, beautiful image on all three systems. I just booted up the Vita version and it looks beautiful on the handheld and plays very well. These Limited Run releases are both physical versions of the 25th Anniversary Metal Slug 3 release.

For people who think the Metal Slug Anthology versions are just as good (not referring to you here), they're not even close to the 25th Anniversary release.

In Topic: Limited Run Games Thread - Global Outbreak of...Delayed Shipping

10 August 2019 - 10:06 PM

For everyone saying that Metal Slug 3 isn't worth it because they can just play it on the Metal Slug Anthology, the version on the Anthology is far worse than the standalone PS4 port. The Anthology Metal Slug games have no ability to turn off the softening filter, so they look fuzzy and blurry. The standalone has multiple filter options including NO filter, which gives it a crisp, sharp appearance. The Anthology versions of the Metal Slug games really were poorly done.

In Topic: Labo sale at Best Buy ($31.99 each with GCU)

09 April 2019 - 12:36 PM

Does anyone actually play with these cheap cardboard gimmicks? Or do they buy them, put them together, "play" them once, then just stick them in the back of the closet? Who actually uses these on a regular basis?