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Macaw wrote:Does anyone know if the Japanese version of Sega's Spiderman arcade brawler is any different to the world versions? The Japanese version isn't in mame, but the world version has a heath counter that constantly ticks down, which is quiet possibly a change from the Japanese version, although its probably still possible to 1cc the game.
I've been playing it a bit recently (probably one of my least played belt scroll action games until now) and I find it a pretty solid brawler, a lot of the coolness and style of American comics comes through in it. The same could also be said of Captain America and the Avengers I guess, and its quite strange that both games have a 2nd genre mixed in (STG for Avengers, platforming for Spiderman).
Come to think of it, Both games are also the only arcade Marvel based games to feature Hawkeye, and both were released in 1991. haha.
Gaijin Punch wrote:Or maybe an un-mamed thread (or shit Mamed). I've been looking around at PCBs I can't play in Mame as well.
Macaw wrote:Superplay by some Chinese dude of New Zero Team uploaded at http://www.tudou.com/programs/view/R3sJMG-JEc4/
In what must be one of the gayest discoveries of 2010 so far, it looks like the 1st and 2nd stages in New Zero Team are switched with the 3rd and 4th stages.
These are the vids of the game uploaded by the french dude which is of the US version of the game
So it seems New Zero Team is just retarded. The normal stage flow makes sense with all the transitions between the stages (riding the motorbike and the helicopter) but New Zero Team just makes it all nonsensical, and switching stages around is simply the worst way of messing with a games pacing and flow. Maybe you can test your pcb Shou (and Ganelon) to see if its the same, but as it stands it looks like New Zero Team is a waste of time.
This is a pity obviously because it has no suicide battery, and the only proper Zero Teams out there are roided out with the battery.
Shou wrote:Finally got my JAMMA setup in the new game room finished so I popped in New Zero Team. Stages are not in the same order as the US version but I've never played the JP original so don't know if they are different.
Snake Plissken wrote:Is there a chance to see Godzilla emulated, one day or another?
Macaw wrote:The Seta game is Down Town outside Japan. Top view brawling thingy thats pretty nice.
Rade wrote:Finally received a reply by posting in a thread at that Gaijin forum:
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