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 Post subject: I was wondering
PostPosted: Sun Jun 13, 2004 12:03 pm 
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did anybody everplay the descent game for playstation and if so which was better the one on playstation on the one for computer


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PostPosted: Sun Jun 13, 2004 12:59 pm 
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ACK!!! 0_o He speak blasphemy!!


hehe.. really, I have never played it on a console, although I've read it was pretty good, if you like control pads.


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i had Descent Maximum for PS1. it was okay, i got bored of it when AceCombat 3 came out :lol:


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Never could quite get the hang of flying with the gamepad. PC was a lot better in that regard. It was virtually the same otherwise (except for the PS-only music, which rocked).


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o ok thanks


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Technically, the PlayStation one had CD digital music, colored lighting, and fairly intuitive controls.

But the PC version lets you download gobs of custom content, make your own maps, has online multiplayer, and runs at a better clip than 20 FPS.

PC. :P


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PostPosted: Sun Jun 13, 2004 8:04 pm 
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yeah i figured that the pc version would be better becasue of the fact that you can customize it the way you like


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I have the PlayStation versions of D1 and D2, and I'd have to say that the PC versions are the obvious choice. Besides the customizability, there's also the really huge issue of multiplayer. The only things that the PS versions have going for them are (for D1) some cool music and (for both) not having to worry about fiddling around to get them to work :P.


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Kyouryuu wrote:
Technically, the PlayStation one had CD digital music, colored lighting, and fairly intuitive controls.


Oh yeah, forgot about the nifty lighting effects that the weapons had. Lasers would reflect light off the walls depending on what color they were, pretty sweet.


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