I used to play it on my SEGA console ... and i played it through an emulator in my PC today!! ... Cant just stop myself ... The intro scene made me so emotional i replayed it like infinite times ... I just wish to make ONE .. ONLY ONE MORE GAME but it must be like Rister
I can program the thing pretty well but noone here can make those kool graphics ... Any other RISTAR fans here .. and i liked FEEL too ( Ristar's prototype )
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Ristar was a little OK. I got bored when I beat that first snake boss. It just felt a little out of place on that Sega collection. Here were a huge chunk of Sonic games in that speedy way, then here was this slower paced platformer.
Ive got it on the Sonic mega collection too. Spent ages unlocking it.
Fantasitcly colourfull and some of the best music on the Megadrive.
Gameplay was good but after the second world i always get bored.
anyway it will be hard to make a ristar game heart break kid. I'd like to see a decent engine however that would be harder than the graphics, you just need to look at some screenshots of the game really.
Ive never played FEEL, any ideas where to get hold of it?
they made 3d models of the donkey kong sprites on a super computer (pc?), then took 2d snapshots of the animation poses and compressed them to a format the Snes is capable of displaying. So they are 2d sprites of 3d models, so they ARE 2d.
That is true and well known by all who know what they're talking about.
The same methods was used for the backgrounds in resident evil 1,2,3 or final fantasy 7,8 and 9. The backgrounds are 2d pictures taken from 3d made on a more powerfull computer, hence the term pre-rendered.
I merely stated something I thought to be true. The least you could do is inform me nicely like andy uk.(thank you)now i know something new. You guys seriously need to lay off the caffiene or something.
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7th March, 2006 at 04:46:09 -
OMG huge head!
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