Jump to content


  • Posts

  • Joined

  • Last visited

Everything posted by pulsemyne

  1. There is also a missing system for the system id's. 1,2,3 and 5 are the machines so far so 4 is missing.
  2. EDIT: Well apparently not. The left image is taken from the WiiU emulation of OOT (I wondered why it was very dark). So that emulation is actually worse that the switch online version. Quite why there is a fog issue in this particular area is odd.
  3. oh look at that... So people shat their knickers over nothing. I had a feeling that there wasn't a problem because the effect the N64 uses for fogging is present in starfox and earlier parts of OOT and it's perfectly fine. What's happened is that the image is brighter so it's easier to see things.
  4. Good old restera is having a meltdown over this despite most of the them saying they haven't bought it and are using bits from twitter to support their arguements of why it's crap.
  5. You get that money off the subscription.
  6. That game has so many great quotes. Still brilliant to play. Also it looks really sharp thanks to the up rez. People really are going way over the top with issues. I am happily playing some Zelda and it looks perfecty fine.
  7. Oh no it's way better than the wiiu emulation. Controls aren't fucked on some games and it isn't horribly dark.
  8. Or open controller, place peice of cardboard in right place and put back together. There are guides on youtube showing you how to do it.
  9. It was 45 quid to pre-order. How on earth did you spend 60 quid?
  10. The glithces haven't been so bad on PC for me. Just some flickering shadows now and again. It's in a way better state than BFV beta was.
  11. God it really is pretty damn good. Choppers are fine, tanks are powerful. Using the zip wires is fun. Even perfromance on the beta is fine for me (high at 3440x1440 at 60fps). Very BF3/4 in the way it feels and that's not bad thing.
  12. You can help massively with the drones as a recon. It auto spots people.
  13. Feels like a cross between bf2 BC and BF4. They are fine on PC.
  14. Ah it's good to be back in attack helicopters straffing fuckers on Towers.
  15. You should see the colour festival that is Cruis'n blast. That would send your eyeballs running down your cheaks.
  16. Having just put a couple of hours into Cruisin Blast I have to say it has left me with a big grin on my face. If you like arcade racers then this is really bloody good. Totally over the top and it will look amazing on the OLED screen due to colours.
  17. Or put a peice of paper behind the joystick inside the joycon. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zG4JQ6BPmFU
  18. The N64 stick was spring based with plastic gearing so that's why it has the feel it does. Modern sticks are differant. The spring loading had a big benefit in that thanks to resistence is felt like you could hold the stick at certain angles and stay there. F-zero in particular was good for this as it allowed you to take corners at speed and feel like if you pushed the stick anymore then the ship would lose traction and spin.
  19. It's not actually the more modern stick causing problems. N64 emulation on the WiiU was actually terrible. The brightness was screwed. Controls were poorly calibrated. It was a massive shit show compared to the Wii virtual console. F-zero felt fine on that.
  20. You should have because the wiiu version has fucked controls.
  21. Also do not have riva tuner running in the background. It causes the game to crash.
  22. Get ready to get very, very lost with the next two films.
  23. Wll that's Vily and PGL for you. Always have been and always will be shit heads. And then there is Manny... Test is a dumpster fire and you are better off being a million miles away from them.
  24. This was TEST coms atfer it was announced when they would leave and had lost What you have here is people who realised what had happened and people who refused to believe it.
  25. If people do start smacking then they are told not to do so. The get a verbal smack from Dark Shines and other FC's.
  • Create New...

Important Information

We have placed cookies on your device to help make this website better. You can adjust your cookie settings, otherwise we'll assume you're okay to continue. Use of this website is subject to our Privacy Policy, Terms of Use, and Guidelines.