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I rarely using keyboard anymore but I remember the transition from keyboard to controller really took time for platformer games.
Platformers in classic PC games usually use UP Arrow (keypad) or W (if tehre is WASD setup for player two) for jumping.
But almost all platformers in console games has a dedicated button for jumping, UP button isn't for jumping.
I think I remember "up for jump" way back when.
Seeing the simple trailer I don't think there will be any that's worth to be hyped but of course I'd love to be proven wrong :

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t6lTMTed35E
Yeah, I'm not that into it. Especially given I can no longer manage my inventory system.
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Really, I thought that name was already unique enough.

Anyway, Dhalsim still predates Ristar and Luffy.
If it's not limited to just hand then Plastic Man and Mr. Fantastic too.


I'm sure there's many heroes with stretchy arms out there.
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General Gaming Discussion / Re: SEGA Anime Topic - List & Streams
« Last post by Mystic Monkey on Today at 11:53:20 am »
The inclusion of Chronos means Golden Axe III has the same timeline with Golden Axe I/II.
I thought Golden Axe III was happened hundred years after Golden Axe II.


Well, unlike Lower Decks, I imagine Golden Axe cartoon will be more of a loose adaption of the lore, likely writing its own content here and there.
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Moving Beastball: Gladiator Edition (SEGA Genesis / Mega Drive) to 2024 List since the game is out now



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JJ Games : "Hey everyone,

We've been a little quiet on the JJGames.com front because we were off running the annual Midwest Gaming Classic trade show in Milwaukee, Wisconsin! As part of the show, we created three ULTRA limited game variants which were put on sale for the first time at the show itself! Now that the show is over, we have listed the remaining inventory EXCLUSIVELY on JJGames.com! :

Beastball: Gladiator Edition (Genesis, $60) - I'm super excited for this game! The game was originally released in 1993 as Brutal Sports Football for the Amiga, and was advertised to come out on the Genesis and Super Nintendo toward the end of that year under the name Beastball... but it never did. Instead, Spectrum Holobyte made the interesting choice to release the game for the Atari Jaguar and CD32, while the Genesis and SNES games never saw the light of day. The Jaguar version is one of my personal favorite games for that console, and I am happy to report the Genesis game plays similarly. If you get into it, I think it's a blast.

Even better, we worked with Steve "Tower" Henneberry of American Gladiators fame, and he is lending his official endorsement to the game! It's a perfect crossover, and we created a new backstory and were even able to make an awesome splash screen that will be exclusive to this version of the game. Limited to 200 copies, each one will be signed by Steve Henneberry and will an include an individually numbered collector coin!"

Link : https://www.jjgames.com/#!/Beastball-Gladiator-Edition-with-MGC-Exclusives-NEW-Sega-Genesis/p/648604606/category=148553001
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Added Beastball: Gladiator Edition for SEGA Genesis / Mega Drive



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JJ Games : "Hey everyone,

We've been a little quiet on the JJGames.com front because we were off running the annual Midwest Gaming Classic trade show in Milwaukee, Wisconsin! As part of the show, we created three ULTRA limited game variants which were put on sale for the first time at the show itself! Now that the show is over, we have listed the remaining inventory EXCLUSIVELY on JJGames.com! :

Beastball: Gladiator Edition (Genesis, $60) - I'm super excited for this game! The game was originally released in 1993 as Brutal Sports Football for the Amiga, and was advertised to come out on the Genesis and Super Nintendo toward the end of that year under the name Beastball... but it never did. Instead, Spectrum Holobyte made the interesting choice to release the game for the Atari Jaguar and CD32, while the Genesis and SNES games never saw the light of day. The Jaguar version is one of my personal favorite games for that console, and I am happy to report the Genesis game plays similarly. If you get into it, I think it's a blast.

Even better, we worked with Steve "Tower" Henneberry of American Gladiators fame, and he is lending his official endorsement to the game! It's a perfect crossover, and we created a new backstory and were even able to make an awesome splash screen that will be exclusive to this version of the game. Limited to 200 copies, each one will be signed by Steve Henneberry and will an include an individually numbered collector coin!"

Link : https://www.jjgames.com/#!/Beastball-Gladiator-Edition-with-MGC-Exclusives-NEW-Sega-Genesis/p/648604606/category=148553001
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General Gaming Discussion / Re: New Yakuza
« Last post by Berto on Today at 01:47:54 am »
LIKE A DRAGON: INFINITE WEALTH | SUJIMON OVERVIEW TRAILER

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kkj_Vpj6cHg







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Experience the Sujimon game within Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth, AVAILABLE NOW!

Source : https://twitter.com/RGGStudio/status/1781442791517585590
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I prefer controllers myself... but when it comes to first-person shooters/view games, mouse is ideal for observation and shooting.

It's why when it comes to FPS, I have this crazy set-up where in my left hand is my XBox 360 controller for movement, and the shoulder-buttons for duckings and jumping and in my right hand I use a mouse for looking around and shooting.

I know there are such things as "gaming keyboards" but to me, my ideal gaming keyboard would be the ASCII Keyboard Controller on account it has analogue stick built in, which is far superior to WASD-movement.

I rarely using keyboard anymore but I remember the transition from keyboard to controller really took time for platformer games.
Platformers in classic PC games usually use UP Arrow (keypad) or W (if tehre is WASD setup for player two) for jumping.
But almost all platformers in console games has a dedicated button for jumping, UP button isn't for jumping.

I might give a nosey when it's released. Though I imagine it's not that different to Speed Jungle Zone or Cyber Station Zone, just reusing assets from the racecourse.

Seeing the simple trailer I don't think there will be any that's worth to be hyped but of course I'd love to be proven wrong :

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t6lTMTed35E
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MysticMonkey was already taken.

Really, I thought that name was already unique enough.

Anyway, Dhalsim still predates Ristar and Luffy.
If it's not limited to just hand then Plastic Man and Mr. Fantastic too.

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Persona 3 Reload Aigis Edition - Unboxing Trailer + Giveaway

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tnT2cbo5ArU





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Check out what's inside the Persona 3 Reload Aigis Edition!

We’re giving away a copy of this special collector's edition of the game right now for Xbox One/Series X! 💙

Enter now for your chance to win and seal your fate: https://bit.ly/3Jkp8O7
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General Gaming Discussion / Re: The "Check out this new trailer" thread
« Last post by Berto on Today at 01:32:00 am »
LIKE A DRAGON: INFINITE WEALTH | SUJIMON OVERVIEW TRAILER

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kkj_Vpj6cHg







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Experience the Sujimon game within Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth, AVAILABLE NOW!

Source : https://twitter.com/RGGStudio/status/1781442791517585590
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