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  2. Tekken Tag Tournament Published by: Namco Developed by: Namco Genre: Fighting Number of Players: 1-4 Release Date: US: October 26, 2000 Japan: March 30, 2000 Europe: November 24, 2000 Features: Memory Card, Vibration Media Size: 1 CD Emulators: PCSX2 Returning Characters 1. Heihachi Mishima 2. Paul Phoenix 3. Yoshimitsu 4. Nina Williams 5. Michelle Chang 6. Armor King 7. Ganryu 8. Anna Williams 9. Lei Wulong 10. Jun Kazama 11. Baek Doo San 12. Eddy Gordo 13. King II 14. Hwoarang 15. Ling Xiaoyu 16. Jin Kazama 17. Bryan Fury 18. Forrest Law 19. Julia Chang 20. Gun Jack 21. Kunimitsu (1st unlockable character) 22. Bruce Irvin (2nd unlockable character) 23. Jack-2 (3rd unlockable character) 24. Lee Chaolan (4th unlockable character) 25. Wang Jinrei (5th unlockable character) 26. Roger(6th unlockable character) 27. Kuma (7th unlockable character) 28. Kazuya Mishima (8th unlockable character) 29. Ogre (9th unlockable character) 30. True Ogre (10th unlockable character) 31. Prototype Jack (11th unlockable character) 32. Mokujin (12th unlockable character) 33. Devil (13th unlockable character) 34. Tiger Jackson (acts as a costume change for Eddy Gordo) 35. Alex (acts as a costume change for Roger) 36. Panda (acts as a costume change for Kuma) 37. Angel (acts as a costume change for Devil) New Characters 1. Tetsujin (acts a costume change for Mokujin) 2. Unknown (14th and final unlockable character) This game is the 4th installment to Tekken. It has nothing to do with the storyline progression, because it isn't labeled as the 4th tournament. Tekken Tag Tournament came with the 1st Playstation 2 Console Game Realest Line-Up, it hit hard in stores and was a immediate hit in the arcades. It is a well ported version of the arcade version and stands today as one of the most amazing 3Dimensional fighting games today. Namco comes back for another try in 2000, this time they up-scale to the Playstation 2, opening new doors for sound, graphics, and effects. On this version it includes every character from the previous Tekken games, aswell as adding a few new characters. It's nice to see the same characters back in the day, new and re-freshed with crisp grahpics. There isn't much difference in gameplay, it's still the old Tekken engine with a few tweaks here and there. Arcade mode demands that you have a partner to team up with. In-Game you can Tag between characters in and out. You can also play Co-Op mode if you have a buddy near, you both can play Arcade mode, while both being able to tag with each other. That gives a better aspect of multiplayer and makes Arcade mode more enjoying from the original. Namco decided to take out Tekken Ball Mode and add a new mode called Tekken Bowl Mode. This is pretty self-explanatory. You can pick a Tekken fighter and with that character you can bowl, the character selection matters because each character has more speed, accuracy, or strength. That mode really hits hard in the multiplayer department and has a high replay value. The graphics are polished and enhanced from Tekken 3. There isn't any jagged edges or blocky figures in the game. Mostly everything is smooth and realistic. The stages are more massive and detailed. There is movement in the background, people and other things going on. They added some small effects like the ground plummeting or moving as soon as a player hits the ground with impact. Which makes the game more realistic as well. They could have added more dialogue to the characters to bring them to life more, but they decided to have silent ending movies with only music and sound effects. The sounds are great and really match the environment and feel. Some characters voices are recycled and re-used from the last game but players don't notice it that much. Going back to the gameplay. in Tag mode, if one character's life bar runs out the entire team loses. It doesn't make since if one character on tag-team dies, and the other player has full health, they should enable you to keep playing with only one character. Other modes are brought back too, such as Tekken Force and Theater mode, where you can view characters endings and listen to Stage Background music of your choosing. The fighting system seems to be a tad bit deeper from the last game. They added more in-depth reversals and defense moves and counter attacks. This adds more character depth and replay value. Aside from that, if you've never played Tekken before and you're looking for a good brawler, Tekken Tag is something that you should pick up. Especially nowadays Tekken Tag can be found of stores like EB Games for 5 dollars. If you like Tekken and you haven't played any Tekken game after Tag, you should pick it up aswell. Gameplay: 9 Graphics: 8.5 Sound: 9 Value: 10 Tilt: 10 Devia's Score: 9.75 Grade = A+
  3. The best wireless Gamecube controllers are the ones that aren't first party. Buy the Offical Nintnedo Gamcube wireless controller, it works better, sucks up less battery power and it last longer than any other thrid party wireless gamecube controller.
  4. Improved performance is all I care about.
  5. You might be able to open it up with NotePad.
  6. I'm sorry guys, but I fixed this problem awhile ago, I forgot to edit my post notifying that, thanks for the help though.
  7. Please delete this post.
  8. My rap career's gone back further than your father's hairline. It's Ludacris, I pack more nuts than delta airlines. Ludacris - Coming to America
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  10. I don't possibly know how I could have left those out, thanks for the reminder. I'll add those in now.
  11. Pokemon: Emerald Published by: Nintendo Developed by: Game Freak Genre: Turn-Based RPG Number of Players: 1-5 Release Date: US: April 30, 2005 Japan: September 16, 2004 Emulators: Visual Boy Advance The last Pokemon installment for the Gameboy Advance. It's an upgrade from Ruby/Sapphire. Same thing with Gold/Silver, where Cyrstal was just a small upgrade. You start off with either a girl or a boy, just like any Pokemon game. In this game the guy has white hair, and girl looks like the girl from the anime. The game begins with your character riding in the back of a moving truck, which doesn't make much since because there's a passenger seat he could ride in. Anyways your obviously moving from the last town to a new house in LittleRoot Town. Just like the last 10 games, your set off on a journey collect and battle with different types of Pokemon. Fighting against up-coming trainers and gym leaders. Your goal is to collect as many Pokemon as you can and make it to the Pokemon League. Which contain the strongest trainers in that specific league, if you defeat them all in one go-round without a rest in between fights, you prove yourself worthy of being a Pokemon master. In this game your father is head of a Pokemon Gym himself, your journey is partially based on being inspired by your father to become a gym leader. Your first battle comes when an unknown Pokemon Professor has trouble with a Pokemon. He asks you to open his briefcase to use a Pokemon of your choosing. Later on you figure out that his name is Prof. Birch and he's there to help. There's Treeko, a grass Pokemon. Torchic, I fire bird pokemon that can learn fighting moves later on in the game. Then there's Mudkip, a water/ground Pokemon. It really doesn't matter who you pick, because either way they all have weaknesses. It's entirely your choice from here. Once you defeat the Pokemon the Prof. lends you the Pokemon as his token of appreciation. He also gives you and his daughter Pokedexes. His daughter is your rival, her name is May. You get to give your Pokemon it's own Nickname too. After all of that, your free to go venture the Pokemon World and explore, battle, and catch new Pokemon. Eventually you will run into conflict with Team Magma and Aqua. Aqua is supposedly on your side, Magma is against Aqua. These are two groups of Pokemon trainers, you will keep having to fight these Magma guys over and over through the game. Pokemon are little creatures that wander around the wild, they are basically animals with special powers. That depends on the fighting type. There's Fire Water Ice Physic Fighting Rock Ground Electric Flying Bug Grass Normal The new types were added from the release of Gold/Silver Steel Dragon Dark All of these types have their weaknesses that's why having one Pokemon for each major fighting type is extremely helpful in the long run. Each gym has an overall fighting type, so you should be prepared for those gyms, have one Pokemon on your team that is the weakness to each gyms' fighting type. That makes claiming badges as your own a lot easier. Certain Pokemon evolve when they get to a certain level. When Pokemon evolve, it's like how animals grow, but much faster. When they evolve their attributes raise dramatically, they grow more mature, and they gain more and better moves. Each Pokemon can only learn a maximum of four moves. I really don't like that feature. In the anime Ash has Pokemon that do 6 or 7 moves, unlike in the video game. The thing that really gets your Pokemon stronger are Trainers. Each time you defeat a Gym Leader, there's always a route that you'll have to follow to go to the next town. In the routes contain blood thirsty Trainers, that are hungry to kill your Pokemon. In your case, these trainers are just easy ways to level. And also, in each routes there are more and more Pokemon to catch, even some you've never seen before. Trainers and Gym leaders aren't the only Pokemon you'll be battling with. Their's wild Pokemon to battle/catch, and you'll have to fight your rival May, 4 or 5 times throughout the game. Each time her Pokemon get stronger, but no matter, your Pokemon should be stronger too aswell, which makes the battles enjoying. Your Pokemon's moves are defensive/offensive, you should have both if you want you Pocket Monster to be balanced. They added Tag team battle to spicen up the gameplay a bit. If all your Pokemon has are offensive moves, then it would be pretty low on the defensive side. This game is far too easy from what I can tell. The higher level your Pokemon is, the easier the game will be. For the Pokemon League, all you have to do is just fight the same trainers over and over, each time your Pokemon fights it levels up. You get a lot of experience from trainers that have high-level Pokemon. The most popular feature of this game and any Pokemon game would be playing against your friends or trading Pokemon with them. This is only useful if you have Pokemon that needs to evolve. Or if you have a rare Pokemon in need, you can trade between Leaf Green and Fire Red between Emerald. Which gives you lee-way on the variety of Pokemon available. There are many side-quests in this game, you don't have to go to the Pokemon League so soon. You can go to catch Legendary Pokemon, and other Sidequests that have nothing to do with the storyline. The graphics for this game are pretty decent, the towns are nice looking, the Pokemon have nice details, there are nice effects in all. The only thing that bothers me is how short everyone is. Some of the effects I like are when your riding your bike you can see trails in the water puddles, also the rain looks pretty well too. The sounds are okay. The music suits each town, the Pokemon sound fine, in their calls and attacks. It's apparent that this version is similar to that of Ruby/Sapphire. If you enjoyed those two, then I recommend you download this game. I wouldn't purchase it, not if I already had Ruby or Sapphire. The game isn't that much of an upgrade to consider buying it if you own the previous games. If you've never played this game before, and you enjoy good RPG games, then you should get this game quick. 8.1 Grade = B Gameplay:7.5 Graphics:8 Sound:7 Value:9 Tilt:8 Screenshots taken from: www.ign.com www.gamespot.com Virtual Boy Advance Emulator
  12. This is a thread to discuss your thoughts on the SSB franchise. I think that SSB has come a long way from it's N64 days. When it first came out I was pretty oblivious to if it would be a good or bad game. Fortunaltyle it was, and luckily at the time I had a lot of people in the house, so we would play all of the time. I would kick people's asses with Link, he's my favorite character. No one could battle me one and one except my brother. He was a bit better than me, but when we played together you could cut the intensity with a knife. When it came out for the Gamecube, I thought it was the best game ever at the time. The graphics were juicy, crispy, and exact. The gameplay was more realistic, which took out some gameplay tricks and strategy. I think they did well. What do you think about Super Smash Brothers? Good or bad I think your opinion matters in this discussion. And also.. I'm speechless. It makes me question why Pikachu is in the game again. This is magnificent news, it seems that Nintendo has actually sat down and thought of some nice characters to add instead of just throwing characters in senselessly. I am a Pokemon fan and it's exciting to see a Pokemon Trainer as a character. The only thing that bothers me is that they didn't call the Trainer : Ash, that would make much more since than using some generic name called Trainer.
  13. I use XLink Kai because it's compatible with XMBC. I usually play Halo 1 or 2. I previously used XBConnet but I find XLink better.
  14. Mortal Kombat games have the most annoying AIs. All they do is block and throw, there really isn't a possible way to commit in close hand-to-hand combat because they'll either throw you, punch you over and over, or uppercut you. The difficulty level rises too high from stage 1 to stage 2. If I put the difficulty on Very Easy, it starts to get hard near the 5th match. Mortal Kombat Deadly Alliance - Deception's battle system was slow and broken. The combos were so damn slow and it was easy to avoid everything.
  15. It was an easy thing for the computer to spam over and over to make battles unnecessarily harder.
  16. I respect your statement, I agree with you on some parts, but they don't bother me much. The fighting games listed are indeed good fighting games. I'm a huge Tekken fan.
  17. Do you feel that Trilogy was a good enough upgrade from UMK3?, or do you think they could have added more since the game was a on a higher generation of consoles?
  18. What are these dolls that you speak of?
  19. I feel that the Mortal Kombat franchise plummeted when the first 3-Dimensional version of the game was released. Mortal Kombat 4. Mortal Kombat 4 completely abandoned the old combo system, each character had the same combos, unlike Mortal Kombat 3 where everyone's combos were different. They took away the uppercut delay, and made it look different from the original. It lost the entire Mortal Kombat feel for some reason, I didn't like anything after Mortal Kombat 4. All games after Mortal Kombat 4 were slow, broken, and completely revamped. When I play Mortal Kombat Deadly Alliance or Armageddon, it feels like I'm playing a different game and not Mortal Kombat. Personally, I think Mortal Kombat 2 was the best Mortal Kombat game ever made. I still play it today on my Sega Genesis. I can't get enough of it. Please express your view on the Mortal Kombat game series.
  20. Older versions of FlashFXP do the job. Especially with bundles of small files. You could try AceFTP or SmartFTP.
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