At 5/4/14 08:18 PM, SmashLuigiFan1 wrote:
At 5/1/14 02:50 PM, Murray wrote:
As for giving the song a listen, I'm happy to hear that both you and SmashLuigiFan1. I wasn't sure what you two enjoy from music generally but it's good to introduce people to stuff I'm familiar with and even vice-versa. I'm understanding that metal isn't for everyone but if one who isn't so big on it wants to try out something once in a while, I can always lend them in on a few records here and there.I sort of don't have a musical preference. I just listen to songs I enjoy regardless of genre, but it just so happens that about 95% of the songs I like are from/in video games.
It's good that you have that sort of preference. I try and keep myself open to all things but I really can't dig something like dubstep. We're all good on video games so no worries there. :3
I ended up making over 16,000 icons for Newgrounds to convert everything that had 46x46 icons at the time to 140x90 for the 2012 redesign.Jeez, that sounds monotonous. How long did that even take?
That was ongoing work for 18 months with some gaps in between. I started my icon modding duties from when it had began to the launch of the 2012 redesign which was around then I had stopped. I did take a few months break in late 2010/early 2011 due to being in full time work but when it came to less hours and sadly unemployment not too long after, I gave myself time to make more icons again.
I do have a Street Fighter II game but only on the Mega Drive and I gotta say, Mega Drive controls for fighting games isn't all that great. Well, unless you had the six button controller as opposed to the normal one but I was never sure how that worked out.The 6-button controller is really great for fighting games, as the two rows of three buttons are just perfect as well as the smooth d-pad. Seriously, the Genesis and Saturn have the absolute BEST d-pads of any video game console. It's kind of why the games on Sonic's Ultimate Genesis Collection feel unplayable on the PS3, as that d-pad kind of sucks.
I've been trying to play Ecco on the 3DS and the controls for it feel weird when being used to the Mega Drive controls.
Isn't Donkey Konga that game that came with the Bongos peripheral? I've always wondered if that game controlled well.
Yeah, that was the one. From what I recalled the peripheral did work but I wasn't so big into the game. I probably still have that and the game somewhere in my house.
Right on! My sister borrowed REmake off a friend of hers at the time and we both played it. I can't remember how far she got but I enjoyed it enough to pick up the game for myself. This is where my interest in Resident Evil began. It wasn't too long after that I got RE4 and that's become one of my favourite games of all time. Then it was a matter of playing 0, 2 and 3 all on the Gamecube (I know, ports for 2 and 3). I missed out on Code Veronica sadly and while I have it on the PS3, I haven't even gotten in that far.I seriously need to play through the Resident Evil series. The only game I beat was Resident Evil 5 (got the platinum trophy, too), and I only got through a large part of Resident Evil 1: Directors Cut on Chris' story. I have Resident Evil 4 on my Wii, but I have no way of playing it as my Wii will just get clogged with the disc (again) because my Wii is a broken down mess.
RE5 is easily one of the weakest from the series. It's not bad but it had seen better days. Shame you're not able to play RE4 due to the faults with the Wii. When you find a way to play it, make it a high priority for your time you spend on entertainment purposes since it's one hell of a game.