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Re: [NES] Metroid 1 hack - "Metroid - Rogue Dawn" Work in progress
« Reply #460 on: August 22, 2016, 11:45:42 am »
Hi man! Grimlock is an awesome artist and I am following.
(excuse me if I use this opportunity to share my link: http://www.romhacking.net/hacks/2988/ , but I would be eager to give all I have done to a lively actor in the scene like Grimlock is as a contributor in a contribution spirit than just keep it for myself... more thought ;) )

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Yeah - I don't think it's considered to be very nice to post links to your own hack (unless someone asks you to) in somebody else's project thread...

But it seems as if I did the very same thing - so there you go...

Sorry Grimlock!

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Re: [NES] Metroid 1 hack - "Metroid - Rogue Dawn" Work in progress
« Reply #461 on: August 23, 2016, 06:17:40 am »
I come quickly to the thread here every time I see an update.
This anticipation is killing me! Very very eager to play this brand new game.

It reminds me as well I need to play the GBA Metroids now that they work flawlessly on my OUYA emulators. Also, I need to complete Super Metroid one of these days. I did lock myself on a trivial part of the game and was not able to find a way out... never figured what to do.

Those internetless times were really THE DAYS.

Let's sit all together and share a nice red ale while we wait for this awesome project to get completed, right on the way the creators aim!
Cheers, guys.


Another OUYA user! cheers! :D :D  :beer: :beer: and yes.. the anticipation is truly a killer.. I want this soo bad. I´d say that Metroid for NES is a superb game with insense battles and high difficulty as it should be! :)

This hack will be soo awesome!

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Re: [NES] Metroid 1 hack - "Metroid - Rogue Dawn" Work in progress
« Reply #462 on: August 23, 2016, 06:22:32 am »
NEStroid high difficulty?
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Re: [NES] Metroid 1 hack - "Metroid - Rogue Dawn" Work in progress
« Reply #463 on: August 23, 2016, 06:32:43 am »
I really don't want to harm anyone feelings, but I never was capable (or committed) to truly play METROID 1 on NES. The original game look — in my opinion — not well designed. It is too difficult and almost boring, with that endless screen levels...

I started loving Metroid on SNES and GBA.
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Re: [NES] Metroid 1 hack - "Metroid - Rogue Dawn" Work in progress
« Reply #464 on: August 23, 2016, 06:39:49 am »
I really don't want to harm anyone feelings, but I never was capable (or committed) to truly play METROID 1 on NES. The original game look — in my opinion — not well designed. It is too difficult and almost boring, with that endless screen levels...

I started loving Metroid on SNES and GBA.

No hard feelings :) we cant all feel the same about everything :P.. IMO the SNES version didnt live up to the original for me..but thats just my opinion :) But yes, when you were young and had NO help whatsoever games on the NES tended to be very frustrating, but that only made it more exciting once u gained a new ability or spell in a game :D.. Im thinking of zelda II which also was extremely difficult for a youngster :D

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Re: [NES] Metroid 1 hack - "Metroid - Rogue Dawn" Work in progress
« Reply #465 on: August 23, 2016, 06:45:55 am »
NEStroid is really easy, but boring indeed. I played only a little bit of it, but what I love about Metroid is the progression, not only in level design, but also in Samus. The abilities, and becoming stronger, is the most fun part in Metroid, to me (along with the environment).

NEStroid doesn't have much abilities, and the environment isn't that interesting. I just play Zero Mission. That was my first Metroid game.
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Re: [NES] Metroid 1 hack - "Metroid - Rogue Dawn" Work in progress
« Reply #466 on: August 23, 2016, 06:53:46 am »
No hard feelings :) we cant all feel the same about everything :P.. IMO the SNES version didnt live up to the original for me..but thats just my opinion :) But yes, when you were young and had NO help whatsoever games on the NES tended to be very frustrating, but that only made it more exciting once u gained a new ability or spell in a game :D.. Im thinking of zelda II which also was extremely difficult for a youngster :D

Zelda II was one of my first — let's say — RPG game! I did complete it even with almost zero knowledge on English language (my natural language is Portuguese).

I just felt Metroid on NES boring and tiring. I loved to play games at those times and build mpas with pen and paper, however Metroid did not work for me.

I remember mapping completely Zelda 2, Goonies 2, Final Fantasy 1 and the most heroic act of my life, mapping completely ULTIMA: EXODUS. It did took arouns 5 months to complete the game, just because I can't find Ambrosia lost continent entrance anywhere. I still have nightmares with that NPC quote: "Ambrosia lies beyond the whirlpool..."
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Re: [NES] Metroid 1 hack - "Metroid - Rogue Dawn" Work in progress
« Reply #467 on: August 23, 2016, 07:33:02 am »
I still love playing the first Mega Man games on the NES. They've aged so much better than Metroid.
So colorful, so many unique enemies and bosses. Every stage has unique music. Every stage has an unique tileset and theme. And it didn't limit to just 'Fire Stage' or 'Water Stage'. Nay, you had 'Eastern Palace' theme and 'Atlantis' theme.
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Re: [NES] Metroid 1 hack - "Metroid - Rogue Dawn" Work in progress
« Reply #468 on: August 23, 2016, 09:01:10 am »
Didnt mean to go offtopic! Just needed to say I love Metroid as a whole. Love the Metroid universum and once again, cant wait 4 this hack to become public! :)

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Re: [NES] Metroid 1 hack - "Metroid - Rogue Dawn" Work in progress
« Reply #469 on: August 23, 2016, 01:40:10 pm »
^Don't we all?

I fell in love with AM2R in an instant. Really great for a fan game! <3

That being said, I'm still waiting for more updates, like a specific release date for this hack.
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Re: [NES] Metroid 1 hack - "Metroid - Rogue Dawn" Work in progress
« Reply #470 on: August 24, 2016, 09:03:08 pm »
what happens happens it's a free fan project

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Re: [NES] Metroid 1 hack - "Metroid - Rogue Dawn" Work in progress
« Reply #471 on: August 25, 2016, 09:23:52 pm »
Another OUYA user! cheers! :D :D  :beer: :beer: and yes.. the anticipation is truly a killer.. I want this soo bad. I´d say that Metroid for NES is a superb game with insense battles and high difficulty as it should be! :)

This hack will be soo awesome!

I'm a vocal Ouya owner and fan myself. Love that little cube.

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Re: [NES] Metroid 1 hack - "Metroid - Rogue Dawn" Work in progress
« Reply #472 on: August 25, 2016, 09:28:06 pm »
My OUYA with NOSTALGIA perfect setup!
(All 3000 roms with screenshots, neatly organized!)

https://youtu.be/IV_Mv3koy2U

Anxious to put MRD on the list!
Cheers!

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Re: [NES] Metroid 1 hack - "Metroid - Rogue Dawn" Work in progress
« Reply #473 on: August 25, 2016, 11:54:14 pm »
I'm a vocal Ouya owner and fan myself. Love that little cube.

It's a great machine, too bad it needs modding to get silent! Im using a 120mm fan at the bottom and removed the 40mm fan inside! Works great and completely silent.


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Re: [NES] Metroid 1 hack - "Metroid - Rogue Dawn" Work in progress
« Reply #474 on: August 26, 2016, 12:46:22 am »
Sorry for the delay everyone, real life is inserting time consuming demands into the equation at the moment.  Rest assured we are very close to completion, we've done all we wanted to do and more so all that remains are a few lingering items.  I'll post again as soon as I have an update for everyone, thanks for your patience and support!   :thumbsup:
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Re: [NES] Metroid 1 hack - "Metroid - Rogue Dawn" Work in progress
« Reply #475 on: August 26, 2016, 12:48:30 am »
Sorry for the delay everyone, real life is inserting time consuming demands into the equation at the moment.  Reset assured we are very close to completion, we've done all we wanted to do and more so all that remains are a few lingering items.  I'll post again as soon as I have an update for everyone, thanks for your patience and support!   :thumbsup:

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Re: [NES] Metroid 1 hack - "Metroid - Rogue Dawn" Work in progress
« Reply #476 on: August 26, 2016, 06:29:34 am »
I'm a vocal Ouya owner and fan myself. Love that little cube.

Its great! too bad I had to modd it in order to be quiet. Putted an 120 mm silent fan under it and removed the 40mm stock fan :) now I cant hear it ever! :)

and yeah, sucks it doesnt have enough power to play x.265 videos :( but other than that its a perfect emulator/Media player!

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Re: [NES] Metroid 1 hack - "Metroid - Rogue Dawn" Work in progress
« Reply #477 on: August 26, 2016, 07:23:24 am »
Sorry for the delay everyone, real life is inserting time consuming demands into the equation at the moment.  Reset assured we are very close to completion, we've done all we wanted to do and more so all that remains are a few lingering items.  I'll post again as soon as I have an update for everyone, thanks for your patience and support!   :thumbsup:

You've done so much already. No need to apologise. :thumbsup:
But an update is always welcome! :beer:
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Re: [NES] Metroid 1 hack - "Metroid - Rogue Dawn" Work in progress
« Reply #478 on: August 26, 2016, 08:18:51 pm »
I wish that it would be out sooner rather than later and at least some news is better than none at all. I say keep working until it's ready.

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Re: [NES] Metroid 1 hack - "Metroid - Rogue Dawn" Work in progress
« Reply #479 on: August 26, 2016, 08:40:32 pm »
Grimlock:
"No problem, boss!"
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