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23 April 2013 - 08:47 AMI'm graduating from college soon, and with the money I get from that plus the birthday money I'll get, the first thing I want to do is get a really good computer. I'm tired of having windows run on a Macbook pro to get Sonic Generations to chug at low resolution. Only problem is is that I have no idea on what to buy. Basically what I'm looking for is a computer that can play any perfectly play any modern PC game, run photoshop well, and have a lot of memory (So I guess a good graphics card, lots of RAM, and a big HD). I also need a good monitor since I've been using my old dell monitor since I got my old desktop back when I was 14 or something. If I can get everything for like $1000 that would be ideal.
24 January 2013 - 01:34 PMI don't know if this is the right topic for this place but I'm having a dilemma. I can get my 360 online via the wifi connection just fine, but for some reason I can't do that with my PS3. Any particular reason why this might be so?
18 May 2012 - 01:58 PMhttp://www.gamesindu...gends-yuji-naka
Interesting. It also says how he wouldn't mind going back in and helping out with a Sonic game or possibly a NiGHTS game. He believes that Sonic games should be a bit harder. Personally while I appreciate what he was saying, I don't think he put the games in that great of a direction towards the end of his Sonic making days. Now, if he would like to take a crack at a legit 2D Sonic platformer again, by all means give it a go. I would love to see those physics back in the game.
Maybe instead of Dimps Sega should outsource their Sonic projects to Prope. I mean the guy did help make the series he probably has a better idea of how a Sonic game works than a company that primarily makes fighting games.
25 April 2012 - 09:27 AMI've been using Kega Fusion on my macbook pro, but the thing is so fucking hardware intensive that it kills the battery in like 2 hours. Is there some setting that will fix that or a better emulator that won't rape my computer and burn my crotch in the process?
07 April 2012 - 12:10 PMSometimes running through the levels the normal way gets a bit old. So what other ways do you like to play? Do you make any challenges for yourself or set limitations or what not? I tried something today in Generations with Modern Sonic, where I limited myself (as much as possible) to the available moveset that was in that original game.
GHZ - Jumping, sliding
CPZ - Jumping, sliding, Super Sonic
SSZ - Jumping, sliding, Super Sonic
SHZ - Jumping, sliding, homing attack
CEZ - Jumping, sliding, homing attack, rail grinding
SSHZ - Jumping, sliding, homing attack, rail grinding
CCZ - Jumping, sliding, homing attack, rail grinding, stomp, boost (I could only boost at the end of the level to imitate the mach speed sections)
RRZ - All moves in game minus Super Sonic
PWZ - All moves in game except your limited as to when you can use certain moves (blatantly obvious drift and quick step areas for example)
Of course rail grinding is not always avoidable, but for the most part this is entirely do able. Pretty fun too. What other ways have you guys thought of playing?