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Goddamn gotta get this
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Classic SEGA Discussion / Re: Favourite SEGA console (not design)
« Last post by crackdude on Today at 02:53:13 am »
Dreamcast had superior textures as well
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CTlpK9ZTBus


Looking forward to this, and Monster Boy.
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Classic SEGA Discussion / Re: Favourite SEGA console (not design)
« Last post by Barry the Nomad on February 22, 2017, 03:27:53 pm »
To me the PS2's graphics had a more grainy, pixelated look than Dreamcast graphics. Probably because I was using the VGA adapter for the DC back in the day.

I've been playing Yakuza 2 and damn, PS2 graphics on standard video out looks really shitty.
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Classic SEGA Discussion / Re: Favourite SEGA console (not design)
« Last post by Centrale on February 22, 2017, 12:52:36 pm »
To me the PS2's graphics had a more grainy, pixelated look than Dreamcast graphics. Probably because I was using the VGA adapter for the DC back in the day.
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From what I've seen it looks pretty immersive.

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Classic SEGA Discussion / Re: Favourite SEGA console (not design)
« Last post by pcm92 on February 21, 2017, 04:34:02 pm »
*never been made.
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Muh immersion
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The first Valkyria: Revolution's review in an english page that I found.
It's reviewing the Japanese version of the game but the review is in english.
And it's kinda supported George's mix feelings on how this title will do in the West.

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"The story is good enough to keep you interested in the game BUT only if you can get through the first few chapters of the game.
This game is nothing more than just a mediocre.
Don’t go into this game to find an immersing gameplay experience, because that’s not what you will be getting.

Score : 7.5 of 10"

Full review : https://passionstation.wordpress.com/2017/02/20/valkyria-azure-revolution-review/
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General SEGA Discussion / Re: Good Sega games & reviews
« Last post by Berto on February 20, 2017, 09:28:30 pm »


Halo Wars 2
(PC and XBox One)


Halo Wars 2 is a strategy game packed with fast-paced action, massive battles, and an all-new Halo story. Developed by Creative Assembly, a SEGA company and the creators of the popular “Total War™” series, in partnership with 343 Industries.

Gaming Age - 100
Gaming Nexus - 95
COGconnected - 95

Attack of the Fanboy - 90
XboxAddict - 90
Windows Central - 90

EGM - 90
We Got This Covered - 90
IGN Spain - 90

ICXM - 90
God is a Geek - 90
Areajugones - 90
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