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Friday, May 31, 2013

Arcade Games to check out

Hello, everyone.

How you people doing? I'm okay, though I am feeling mightily frustrated and lazy to try to work on a lot of things before my e-book, The Asperger Computer, can really sell out and make some more extra money besides getting a job this summer.

Anyway, I want to have a talk with you guys about computer games that you go to one setting and they only give you one little hint of fun; arcade games. Unless you happen to be an enthusiast of the 1980s golden era of computer games, or simply want to come back to 95's electronics, you might not have that much fun with arcades today as was before; then again, that's only me. However, I do get excited whenever I haven't played them in a long time.

So, what games I have played back in the past?

Sega Rally Championship
Time Crisis II
Zero Point by Unico
Virtua Racing
Final Lap 2
Final Lap 3
eXtreme Racing (Gaelco)
ATV Track (on Amazon)
Time Crisis 4
Daytona USA 2
Manx TT Superbike
Lucky & Wild
Cruis'n USA
Cruis'n Exotica
Outrunners
Outrun 2 SP
Motor Raid
Bowlingo
Club Kart European Version
Midway's CART Fury
Arctic Thunder
Hydro Thunder
San Francisco Rush 2049
Tokyo Cop
Radikal Bikers
Top Skater
Downhill Bikers (Namco)
Harley-Davidson Motorcycles
Airline Pilots (SEGA)
Sega Strike Fighter
18 Wheeler - American Pro Truck
F355 Challenge
Sega Super GT
The King of Route 66
Crazy Taxi
The Ocean Hunter
Jambo Safari
Battle Gear 3
Initial D: Arcade Stage
The House of The Dead
Air Trix
Nascar Racing
Star Wars Racer Arcade
Confidential Mission
Derby Owners Club
Aqua Jet (Namco)
Alpine Racer
Ridge Racer 2
FIM World Championships 500 GP (Namco)
Crisis Zone
Need for Speed Underground
Ace Driver: Victory Lap

So, what do you think about playing a whole bunch of games risen from the golden years and modern years like right now? Do you expect to endure yourself to extreme fun like this, or do you simply want to get away from important stuff and want to stick with what you love?

Anyway, there are more arcade games you can play than just those I'm mentioning. All you have to do is find an arcade vendor closest to your home, go there, and play the games they are offered. Take some money with you and spend the amount of time that money and those arcades give you to stimulate your brain and enjoy your perspective inside.

So, tell me, is there any arcade games you would absolutely want to play and spend all of your money, just t finish it? If you do, which ones are they? Why don't I talk about my answer first before you comment and tell me what you think of them?

I want to play Time Crisis II; ooh, it's such a great and fun game to play, regardless if it's short. But I think that's now Namco handles its business! What you have to do is, using the same strategy as the original Time Crisis, take down those enemies to advance to the next area. You have a pistol with a nine-bullet clip to fire from, and using a light gun, you are to shoot down soldiers of Neodyne Industries, an executive company run by Ernesto Diaz to conduct an evil intention.

After Diaz successfully launched 64 satellites into orbit, his next intention is to launch a nuclear satellite into space. We think he was to complete the Starline Network and unite the world, when after a couple of sentences from both Keith Martin and Robert Baxter, we find that what Diaz wants to do is pollute the planet with exhaust fumes and radioactive dust.

This is my assumption because it's not told in the game, sadly.

Anyway, by detonating the nuclear satellite in orbit, Diaz was to harm the entire planet with so much pollution that people will die from air toxins.

Because of this foil for ruling the planet and killing the people around Diaz, VSSE dispatches Keith and Robert to halt the launch and ruin Diaz's plans. Now, with their trusty Desert Eagles, the team must fight their way through nine different areas in three settings to eliminate Diaz and stop the countdown.

You can play the game with a friend, as Link Play, or just by yourself, as Solo Play. Companion-wise, you should play as two-player, because you two will be able to take out the enemies much more easily; it's a battle to see which one will earn the highest score or the highest accuracy. If you play two-player, you will be able to take out the bosses and some obstacles much more easily.

What else do I want to play? I think I'll play some of the original Midway arcade games, the newest games developed by Raw Thrills with Eugene Jarvis as the CEO, and some classical games like Galaga, Galaga '88, Xevious, Pacman, Donkey Kong, Mortal Kombat 1 and 4, some SNK games, as well as some new ones or old ones I haven't played yet.

Golden-based arcades and those made before 1989 are absolutely fun because if you are a pixel lover, you will definitely see the real rasterization of graphics at that time. It is truly binary - 0s and 1s. Everything was small, the colors were small, and the pixel detail was small.

Anyway, that does it for this blog. Hope to see you guys again next time!

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