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According to the project's lead programmer Ed Boon, Mortal Kombat II was "intended to look different than the original MK" and "had everything we wanted to put into MK but did not have time for".[17] In 2012, Boon placed creating the game among his best Mortal Kombat memories, recalling: "When we did Mortal Kombat II, we got new equipment and all that stuff, but it was funny because when we started working on Mortal Kombat II, the mania, the hysteria of the home versions of Mortal Kombat I was literally all around us. We were so busy working on the next one, going from seven characters to 12 and two Fatalities per character and all these other things that that consumed every second."[15] Both the theme and art style of MKII were slightly darker than those of its predecessor, although a more vibrant color palette was employed and the new game had a much richer color depth than the previous game. A new feature was the use of multiple layers of parallax scrolling in the arcade version.[5] The game was made to be less serious with the addition of humorous alternative finishing moves. Some of the considered Fatalities were rejected as too extreme at the time.[18]


Some of them were eventually implemented in subsequent MK games. Among these rumors to be adapted later were the Animalities (used in Mortal Kombat 3 and its updates) and an ability to throw an opponent into the mouth of a tree in the Living Forest stage (first used in Mortal Kombat: Shaolin Monks).[125][174][175] Rumored characters included a red female ninja character (actually just a glitch that reportedly turned Kitana's outfit from blue to red[citation needed]), who was dubbed "Scarlet" by fans and was officially introduced as Skarlet in 2011's Mortal Kombat,[176][177] and the male ninja Ermac that originated from a misinterpreted indicator in the original game's audits menu, and was teased in MKII before finally becoming playable in Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3.[6][177] A nameless, flaming palette swap of Liu Kang seen in the background of the Pit II stage, initially dubbed "Torch" by fans, officially debuted in Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance as a secret character Blaze that later became the final boss of Mortal Kombat: Armageddon.[174]


Thanks for the reply! I love the mod, spent last night putting together a modpack for a new save I'll do with this. Just one small issue that I found: When landing on Halley or 67-P, the ground tends to glitch out horribly and go invisible as you get closer, I think it might have something to do with the irregular shape of the body which KSP's engine might not like. Ryugu is perfectly functional, however. In addition, is Venus's atmosphere thick/hot enough I apologize if it was, it just did'nt appear as such. You have created arguably, the cleanest and most thoughtful planet pack I have ever seen. The terrain alone brought tears to my eyes, and made normal RSS look crusty in comparison. One last thing: Maybe add Miranda to the Uranian system Thanks for your time!


However, if the programmer knew when these CRAM Dots were likely to appear, a screen could be drawn just by rapidly changing the palette (i.e. the whole image would be drawn with the CRAM dots glitch). Initially it was thought that this technique could be used to generate 256-colour images, however the likes of Traveller's Tales' Jon Burton, who had also discovered the trick, managed to bump up the number to 512, simulating as many as 4096 by rapidly changing between two frames[3].


A more likely reason why Sonic 2 was chosen to demonstrate "blast processing" was its high-speed parallax scrolling, which was noticeably faster than what was seen in SNES games. While it is technically possible to match its scrolling speed on the SNES, it would require either significantly reducing the amount of graphics data on screen, or using enhancement chips. The Mega Drive's faster graphics DMA unit allows it to perform high-speed parallax scrolling with more graphics data on screen, which Sonic 2 was able to demonstrate to great success. It even maintained its speed at a higher 320x448 resolution in 2-player mode (compared to its standard 320x224 resolution), whereas the SNES wouldn't be able to reach such a speed at resolutions above 256x224.


Of course numerous tweaks were made to the graphics along the way and it shows. In addition to the massive sprites, drop-dead, stunning explosions, transparent foregrounds, and backgrounds crammed full of parallax effects, there are many situations that would typically make the SNES sweat bullets. In R2, you can have large amounts of sprites flying around the screen without even a hint of slowdown.


Star ocean didnt so much push the limits as it did go over them.due to the way the game was programmed, the graphics would sometimes glitch, music would sometimes play incorrectly, or not at all, and even crashes a fair amount.Tales of phantasia was nowhere near as bad with this.


The Saturn port of Virtua Fighter Remix holds an average aggregate score of 92% on Sega Retro (based on 11 reviews).[12] Famicom Tsūshin reviewed the Virtua Fighter Remix version of the game for the Saturn and gave it ratings of 8, 10, 9 and 8 out of 10, adding up to 35 out of 40 overall.[30] This made it one of the magazine's nine highest-rated games of 1995.[58] Sega Saturn Magazine gave Virtua Fighter Remix a full score of 5 out of 5 stars, saying that it fixed the glitches and graphics of the original game while maintaining the already excellent gameplay.[46] Electronic Gaming Monthly gave Remix ratings of 8, 7, 6.5 and 7.5 out of 10, adding up to 29 out of 40 overall, or 7.25 out of 10 average. The reviewers praised all the game's improvements, but most of them concluded that it was still not worth buying for players who already owned the original game.[27]


The textures are also capable of working with parallax occlusion mapping, which gives the graphics a 3D, textured feel. You can see the ridges and grooves really pop, adding more depth to the typically flat surfaces of Minecraft blocks.


Could you please try downloading again I just tried getting the 256x file and it worked straight away. There might have been a glitch yesterday as I was just working on downloads functions yesterday.


All in all, you can see the new priority values and separate planes enable game designers to bring new types of scenery. Furthermore, by using different scroll speeds on each plane, a parallax effect can be achieved.


Exceptional use of these features may provide high-resolution graphics, fluid parallax scrolling and high frame rates. Moreover, your game may also be featured on TV ads with lots of Blast Processing! signs all over it.


The Saturn port of Virtua Fighter Remix holds an average aggregate score of 92% on Sega Retro (based on 11 reviews).[7] Famicom Tsūshin reviewed the Virtua Fighter Remix version of the game for the Saturn and gave it ratings of 8, 10, 9 and 8 out of 10, adding up to 35 out of 40 overall.[22] This made it one of the magazine's nine highest-rated games of 1995.[53] Sega Saturn Magazine gave Virtua Fighter Remix a full score of 5 out of 5 stars, saying that it fixed the glitches and graphics of the original game while maintaining the already excellent gameplay.[38] Electronic Gaming Monthly gave Remix ratings of 8, 7, 6.5 and 7.5 out of 10, adding up to 29 out of 40 overall, or 7.25 out of 10 average. The reviewers praised all the game's improvements, but most of them concluded that it was still not worth buying for players who already owned the original game.[19]


For the first time in 5 or so years I decided to use my Sega CD Model 1 with Sega Genesis Model 1. Take a look at these pictures. Upon boot I hear and sort of see the moving logo, but many graphical artifacts in the window only. I can hear the Sega CD menu music, but the Sega CD will freeze if I go into the music player, no graphical glitches though. If I insert a game, I get the moving Sonic Sega Logo and chime, but will not load the game. Could this be symptoms of a needed capacitor replacement If so, do you recommend anyone who does this type of work (I'm in the US)


The level slot containing Wood Zone in the prototypes has something left in the final, albeit less than Hidden Palace: palette, palette cycle, start position, rasterized layer deformation data, background scrolling data, object data and music selection data. Accessing it via Pro Action Replay code FFFE10:0200 or Game Genie code ACLA-AECY (AB6X-AEBR with Sonic & Knuckles lock-on) and selecting Emerald Hill Act 1 (or by simply starting the game with the code active) or selecting Special Stage in Knuckles in Sonic the Hedgehog 2) in the level select leads to an objectless (since Wood Zone had no objects to begin with, even the debug object listing only has rings and teleport monitors) version of Emerald Hill Zone Act 1 with Wood Zone's palette, Metropolis Zone's music and some glitchy collision. Sonic uses Tails' life counter as the code points to it (in the Simon Wai and August 21st builds, this was Wood Zone's PLCs), and while locked on to Sonic & Knuckles the life counter's text is red. Playing this on Revision 02 and every version based on it (Mega Play Arcade, Knuckles in Sonic 2 and Sonic Classics) will have a scrolling glitch due to said versions removing its scrolling code. Some sprites from Metropolis Zone can be loaded into this zone. If you hack in an animal capsule and clear Act 2, you'll go to Metropolis Zone. It reuses Emerald Hill Zone's animals, Ricky and Flicky.


Subroutine SwScrol_ARZ in the Github disassembly, which controls Aquatic Ruin's scrolling, sets up three layers of parallax for the rows of leaves found floating high above the level. The code sets up these layers to scroll at different speeds, but the speeds of the top and bottom layers are immediately overwritten with the speed of the middle layer afterward, effectively disabling the parallax. This behavior goes all the way back to the Simon Wai prototype version of the level. If re-enabled, the parallax effect will split some of the leaves in half due to how the layers are separated, suggesting that the effect was designed for an earlier version of the level art, or that it was simply cut for looking rough. 59ce067264






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