Battle of the Ports

Discussion in 'Industry News' started by Yakumo, Jul 3, 2013.

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Which format would you prefer for Battle of the Ports?

  1. Text bar (like I've had since the first show)

    15.4%
  2. Voice over, only

    23.1%
  3. Voice over and text bar (for non native English speakers)

    61.5%
  1. Yakumo

    Yakumo Pillar of the Community *****

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    I did actually film both deep scan and periscope but in the end left them out of the video to avoid some idiot asking "where is the Arcade version" or have a comment like Dave from game sack saying they don't get why deep scan is included.
     
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    Yakumo Pillar of the Community *****

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    A classic with a surprising amount of good ports. This week we look at Pang! on Battle of the Ports. Note that the SFC / SNES version is Super Pang!, Not regular Pang! so it's not featured on this video.

     
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    Yakumo Pillar of the Community *****

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    This week on Battle of the Ports is one of the very few wrestling games I actually like - Muscle Bomber from Capcom!
     
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    Sega were always a company for coming up with crazy ideas. Baku Baku Animal is just one of them. This week on Battle Of The Ports.
     
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    Anthaemia. The Original VF3 Fangirlâ„¢

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    I know that quite a few Sega PC games are typically based on their console versions (rather than the original arcade counterparts), but there are virtually no differences between the ST-V and Saturn editions of Baku Baku, so why did PC owners get such a horrible treatment? Saying that, just look at how Sega Swirl was massively downgraded for the PC - there was no excuse for such a rush job!
     
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