Visit here frequently for comparison media, screen shots and audio samples for the games the video game market has passed by. Console History compares popular journalist written histories such as 'Game Over' and 'The Ultimate History of Video Games' with game journalism from the time and newer interviews available online.
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|Genre||3D Action, Platforming, Adventure, Shooting|
|Critique||30 FPS with dips to 15 FPS, Occasional Camera Glitches|
|Tokyo Xtreme Racer|
|Genre||3D Racer, Real World Highway, Car Clubs, Tuning|
|Critique||60 FPS with slowdown/pop up|
All tracks are recorded from a SNES model 1 RCA output and a Genesis Model 1 HDG Headphone to Sega CD 1 RCA output.
Remixed Arcade/NES Castlevania tunes:
Super Castlevania IV Track 1 "Simon's Theme"
Bloodlines Track 20 "Simon's Theme"
|Adventures of Batman & Robin, The|
|Genre||Side Scrolling Fighting, Throwing Weapons, Cooperative 2-Player|
|In Library||Game Only|
Soundtrack - Genesis 1 HDG:
Sorry for the delay folks, not that an "archive" site like GP even cares about down time. "Why were you down GP?" one probably would not ask. Two local computers failed, but fortunately none of the drives failed except one, which was not a storage disk. GP also had to change hosting plans, which disconnected the website until now.
The grand experiment is over! "What experiment?" you might say, should you care to read and ponder? Are popular online "communities" known as forums treasure troves of solid information? Does pouring historical and technical facts into one or all of these popular communities result in more technical or historical discussion of the Video Game Industry? That answer is a resounding ... sometimes but very rarely. Instead forums, as originally suspected, are argument factories first, outlets for unfounded opinion posting second, and places to vent all around.
What does that mean for Game Pilgrimage? More updates. Below is a sneak peak of the Comparisons that will finally see completion in the highest quality possible starting this week (no really!).
|Genre||2.5D Action Platformer, Arcade Adaptation|
|Tenchu 2: Birth of the Assassins|
|Genre||Third Person Action, Stealth, Inventory/Magic Management|