- Jan 7, 2016
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Yup, that was definitely the update ~ It works now ~ I'll listen to it later, since it's 2:12 AM and I'm using only speakers, so I don't want to make noise now. ^^Thanks Rikifive, I think RPG Maker's site update broke the links, I've edited the post.
I thought so. ^^My profile avatar? it's from Diablo I
I tried the PC version once, but it was not the same ~ In my opinion the Playstation one was way better.It's definitely one of my favorites as well, I had the PC version growing up and lived in a remote area without a decent internet connection so playing with other people wasn't something I got to experience until later. I tried to Playstation version a few years ago and the coop is great, I would have loved to have had that game when I was a kid
Yeah, it's kinda hard to get it to work, but I still have PSX and that game. =3Diablo I is very nostalgic to me, it's hard to play it now though since it doesn't run on the more recent Windows operating systems and Playstations are no longer backwards compatible, sadly. It was my first hack and slash game too.
Well said. ^^I prefer the PC version personally, we both like what we grew up on I guess .
*gasp* I had so much fun playing these! Especially Champions of Norrath with 4-player-coop!Some other hack and slash games I really enjoyed playing were the Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance and Champions of Norrath series, both for the Playstation 2. I played through all of those games on cooperative so often.
I really love Piano and orchestral music, especially if it's memorable and great~calming to hear. Electronic and rock are also my favorites. ^^Thanks for your kind words in regards to my music, it's just a hobby I started a couple of years ago for fun that I decided to share recently. I think most of my music is orchestral but I've composed some electronic and rock music too. I hope to use it in games one day.
I'm not that good, since I'm kinda new to this and I'm still learning, so there's no 'woahs' but yes, I'm trying to put my own graphics as much as possible in my games, even if they would have to look terrible. ^^I notice that you're a pixel artist and game developer. Did you design your own graphics for your projects?
Totally agree. Same with NES etc..That's great , I've been wanting to buy a PSX for a while now. I've been using an emulator recently but it's just not the same.
4-players is epic indeed.I never had the opportunity to play the 4-player cooperative but I played it on two player all the time and it was great. I'm sure 4 players would have been epic though . I personally preferred the Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance games but I enjoyed the character creation in the Champions of Norrath games. The games both share the same game engine I believe and are made by the same people, I think, although they were working under different companies.
"attacks which would cease to become any more powerful after a certain point because they weren't affected by the statistics"That's interesting, I played Champions of Norrath: Return to Arms the least frequently so I never really noticed the poor balance. Though, I recall in Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance II that the barbarian and monk character's attacks grew more powerful as their statistics increased but the necromancer and cleric characters mainly used spells as their attacks which would cease to become any more powerful after a certain point because they weren't affected by the statistics which would make playing as those characters on the hardest difficulty quite difficult (for me at least ). Now I really want to buy a PS2 again after talking about playing these games .
Thank you very much! I'm glad you liked them. (=I downloaded Good VS Evil: The Fateful Curse and Sleeping Hill last night and tried them out. I really enjoyed playing them both and the original graphics and art look great. I don't think I would have been able to tell that they were made with RPG Maker if I didn't know beforehand because the game play is so different, which is awesome.
Not that long ~ I'm not an artist of any kind at all. I have it stated in my profile though, but that's only because I'm capable of doing some low quality, yet at least use-able things, so I'm not a professional artist, but just a beginner.How long have you been creating your own pixel art? I didn't realise that I could click on the crystal icon, I'll need to try that one out too