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17 May 2013 - 11:12 AMWe're keeping this one to talk of the game... or screenshot, right now... that will eventually become a megathread, like usual. If you want to talk about the Sega/Nintendo partnership, direct it over here. Any more posts like that in here will straight up be trashed.
17 May 2013 - 09:49 AMSee? NOW it's okay to post topics
I'm curious as to how that Sonic games published by Nintendo is being interpreted. Does it mean the whole brand or is this a case where Nintendo is publishing games being exclusively developed for them? Moreover, if Sonic is going exclusive to Nintendo, this brings up some very interesting questions, like what of Sonic 4-2, which has never seen release on a Nintendo console (potentially a Wii U prospect now) or how will this affect Sonic projects on mobile platforms, like Stealth-Tax's Sonic 1?
I guess Sega (or Nintendo) should be dropping a press release soon enough.
16 May 2013 - 10:45 PMJust like the console version, just jiggle the thumbstick left and right like crazy. It should eventually dislodge Sonic.
16 May 2013 - 10:22 PMI'm still waiting on a neat, not bootlegged looking/operating handheld Android gaming solution. Just throw a phone's innards into a handheld console looking plastic shell, complete with buttons, and make sure that in the 3.5mm stereo plug can accept work as a mic input too. Boom, it'll print money.
I'd do it myself if I had a worthy phone as a guinea pig and a 3D printer. Geez.
The Xperia Play's ears are burning.
After some trial and error, I managed to re-root my phone, do some magic, and now I bought a copy. Please disregard all complaints here on out unless otherwise noted.
Played Green Hill Zone all the way through, picking up two Chaos Emeralds on the way. Game ran at 15FPS (or as I lovingly call it, TAS Mode) so I can't say I experienced delicious buttery smooth Sonic 1 as it was intended, but I can notice it in animation cycles and such. Not the biggest fan of touch controls, but Taxman's always had a way of doing them right, so while I had to fight with Sonic a time or two, it worked without a hitch.
Removing Eggman's vulnerability during his entrance changed the boss in that now it actually takes effort (just a little) to beat him up, but nothing silly.
Was this worth the ordeal to root my phone and pay $2.99? Absolutely. At least it's on my account for when I get a better Android phone.
Great job, Team Stealth Tax!
16 May 2013 - 06:41 PM