trunky wrote:Nope. No, no no no no no no and a no.markopoloman wrote:But is it mainly green?!trunky wrote:I'll fight anyone, bare chested, one arm tied behind my back, in a skirt, the old fashioned way, who disagrees with the following statement...
Donkey Kong on the Dragon 32 is as playable as all the other versions.
There's some yellow in there as well.
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Music sounds good, even if it's sometimes out of tune, but everything else looks terrible. Those ghosts at the beginning look stupid, are too tall and move way too fast. Dracula looks hilarious, both before and after the transformation. And I can't even imagine how it controls.RodimusPrime wrote:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=utFlAX9RJQMRuySan wrote:I'm both an Amiga and Castlevania fanboy, and I don't think I ever played Castlevania on the Amiga.RodimusPrime wrote:Castlevania, Battletoads, Contra, Teenage mutant hero turtles were all far superior on the NES than the Amiga.
Castlevania - looks like a fan made game, possibly from one of those create-a-game software packages. Might be an official release, but I never heard of it, and it doesn't look like one.
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Nope, sorry. official game.paranoid marvin wrote:Castlevania - looks like a fan made game, possibly from one of those create-a-game software packages. Might be an official release, but I never heard of it, and it doesn't look like one.
Deffo tons better on the NESRodimusPrime wrote:
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I used to think this too because I made the mistake of playing Sonic 2 on megadrive before Sonic 1. The lack of spin dash killed it for me and so I thought the master system version was clearly better. However, I played Sonic 1 again 20 years later and this time I thoroughly enjoyed it and probably because my sonic 2 experience was now very cloudy after such a long time. Sonic 1 is a kick-ass game and especially if you play it before Sonic 2.
It wasn't clearly better, they're both amazing games in their own right (though I prefer the SMS version).
However, I do think this would be a good thing to cover ^^
Salamander on the C64 in my opinion beats even the arcade, in terms of playability and soundtrack. The graphics on the arcade win, but I definitely believe the C64 trumps the arcade version!
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