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you two are off topic..

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you two are off topic..

Oh really? I didn't notice. :D [/sarcasm]

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What is exactly the relationship between this game and the rest of the kof series???

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its good for collection though

Yes, if your really into collecting Neo-Geo games...Hell, I haven't bothered to get Samurai Shodown 1-3, Last Blade etc. etc. because they're basically the same game as the last installment in their respective series.

i have to disagree with the samurai shodown comment. 1 + 2 are most alike, but 3, 4, and 5 are not very similar.

btw i dont collect neogeo roms, and ive got the whole series. :P

3 = different? It's still a Samurai Shodown game. I do have 4 and 5.

i think that samsho3 is the one that stands out the most, it had the chargable pow meter, it was the first time they implemented the slash/bust system, and the sprite animations are a bit more fluid too. they only had 1 life bar, and this was when they added very strong attacks to the characters. the matches would be really fast because of this.

sorry its off topic, but isnt this why threads are so great? they spark conversations.

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its good for collection though

Yes, if your really into collecting Neo-Geo games...Hell, I haven't bothered to get Samurai Shodown 1-3, Last Blade etc. etc. because they're basically the same game as the last installment in their respective series.

i have to disagree with the samurai shodown comment. 1 + 2 are most alike, but 3, 4, and 5 are not very similar.

btw i dont collect neogeo roms, and ive got the whole series. :D

3 = different? It's still a Samurai Shodown game. I do have 4 and 5.

i think that samsho3 is the one that stands out the most, it had the chargable pow meter, it was the first time they implemented the slash/bust system, and the sprite animations are a bit more fluid too. they only had 1 life bar, and this was when they added very strong attacks to the characters. the matches would be really fast because of this.

sorry its off topic, but isnt this why threads are so great? they spark conversations.

Ok, let's get a bit more off-topic (mods can put a stop to this if they feel like it.

Sure, Samurai Shodown 3 was dratically different gameplaywise, but it was still a Samurai Shodown game.

I don't like having several incarnations of the same game in my collection. I have samurai Shodown 4 only because it's the last Samsho game in the NRX gamelist and a damn good game. :P

I have all Metal Slugs because they are different games. If all Metal Slugs would have same stages, I'd only have Metal Slug 5.

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i just love waku waku 7.. :(

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for some reason Bonus Kun always kicks my ass

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for some reason Bonus Kun always kicks my ass

Bonus Kun is a pansy. The last boss is another matter, but it's still beatable.

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hey ive been following your forum 4 awhile and have just decided to sign up. lets get some thnigs straight
1. just cuz im 14, i am not a stupid n00b!! im gr8 wit computers and emulation
2. graphics arent everything although most a$$es my age think so
3. i spend every last quarter in the arcade playin kof 2002
4. Gamecop is the man B)
well i just wantted to ask a couple ques, does anyone know how to rearrrange roms like pheonixsoft did? do you know of a faq on rom editing/ making yur own rom?
(ill be happy if you dont ignore my questions)
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Hey Guys,

I used the info here for the ASR.DAT file for my newest Kawaks Loader (epic-center), however when I load CTHD2003, I get garbled graphics at the begining. All of my CRCs match. Anyone have any ideas?

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I thought CTHD2003 was cheesy (played it on my Xbox). It's KOF2001 with hacked Street Fighter Alpha 2 backgrounds, bad music, and a hacked Iori.




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