It sure was nice to see SNES Rainbow Road again in Mario Kart 7. Many of the other iterations of Rainbow Road just don't really compare (though the MK7 edition itself is pretty nice). Killer music too. Same goes for Koopa Beach.
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The game plays very different on each version.I'll take your word for it, but surely the sound effects at least would be pretty much identical from one version to another? Whatever.
I need for the arcade version....What difference could it make?
You can trade your Pokémon with yourself locally; no Internet connection necessary.Yes, but what about the Pokemon from versions of the game you don't already own? It's going to be a heckuva lot harder to get those without an Internet connection.
For the Genesis, I became puzzled from some sort of...Sonic hack where a person(s) ported and expanded a Sonic Heroes version hack for the Genesis based with the Sonic 3 & Knuckles for it's main formula while expanding over all other main Sonic Genesis games 1-3 & Knuckles. It's been a couple of years since I last saw the video so not sure if it's entirely accurate if the person did use the Sonic 3 & Knuckles concept. I'll need to look it up later tonight.I think you're referring to Sonic Classic Heroes, which covered Sonic 1 and 2.
Like any gaming platform, the big draw for me is going to be exclusives.Are you suggesting that you own nothing that you haven't already played..?
Are there any? If so, what's the cream of the crop? Any games I'm missing out on?
I got Cave Story+ through the Humble Bundle a couple years ago. Anything with comparable production values on Steam?
See, I want to download it, but I'm not sure I'm willing to use up the space on my (now much smaller) hard drive.
The Wii's copy protection mechanics of course utterly failed, as it's one of the most easy to pirate games on consoles in history.Has there been any speculation as to why they didn't seem to attempt to patch LetterBomb? I remember reading about their initial efforts to block the first Twilight Princess exploit (and how they did it badly). I also remember reading that every single different version of the System Menu is chained together in the Wii BIOS, so were they running out of breathing room, or something?