1817 - Dead To Rights (U)

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Dec 2, 2004

1817 - Dead To Rights (U) by djgarf at 10:58 PM (3,088 Views / 0 Likes) 27 replies

  1. djgarf
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    [​IMG][​IMG]1817 - Dead To Rights[​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]Â[​IMG][/p][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]Release Group:Rising SunSave Type:PasswordROM Size:64MbitPublisher:NamcoRegion:UsaROM Serial:AGB-BDEE-USALanguage(s):EnglishView NFO:Click Here[​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]
     


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    this1 is just fun!! nice action and plays great,, just what i needed [​IMG]
     
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    Passworded...

    Which is better Dead to Rights or kill.switch?
     
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    It seems to be like Max Payne. And if that's the case, then I must get it [​IMG]
    I loved Max Payne.

    EDIT: Oh noooo. The save are passwords [​IMG]
     
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    Wow, seem like a few days waiting then suddenly a big spike just when I was falling asleep...wake up me.
     
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    does anybody with any programming experience actually know how hard it is to implement an eeprom/flash save? or is it a hardware cost thing?

    because fuck, password saves should have been killed off a good 15 years ago.
     
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    It's a cost issue; it costs the least for cartridges with no save (production-wise).
     
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    Kill Switch Was F'ing horrible. I am off to try this one now.
    Later
     
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    Has anyone heard of the new thing that just came out? It helps you save your passwords so you don't have to bitch about password games anymore. I think it was called... pinsail and popper or pensold and pepper or something like that. Anyway, I heard it works really great! Maybe you should try it!
     
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    I sure wouldn't of expected a Namco game to not have a save feature...

    Usually only those small companies that make ****ty games cut corners and have passwords...
     
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    Pensold and pepper?
    I just go use the wall or anything I can write on and a good ol crayon [​IMG]

    Password saves were a bitch, especially back in the days of Mega Man, where you would have to write down that huge table of passwords.
     
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    This game looks way better than Kill.Switch im gonna try this one out as soon as I beat FFI-II Dawn of souls.
     
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    this better be good
     
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    damn..stupid passwords
     
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    played the game....man ..the graphics sucks
     
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    Can you expect Superb 3d graphics on a GBA. These graphics are fine.
     
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    Yay, crayons!

    I remember back in primary school (elementary for all you Americans) we had these heaters in the classroom (metal ones lining the walls) and I stuck some crayons on one of them and they melted overnight so the next day I got in heaps of trouble with the caretaker and had to clean my mess up and I started crying. (Did I just admit to that? :Puzzled: )
     
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    Password saves suck. At least they should throw in a piece op paper and a pencil, so that children (and not so children [​IMG]) can write the passwords down.
    Wow, that reminds me of Fifa97 for GB...i never managed to re-enter a password, the 0s and the Os were so similar...and too long! [​IMG]
     
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    The best password game I know
    is probably lost vikings, cause their
    passwords were based on the stage they were for.
    Like b0u1d3r = boulder
    Man I HATED that stage
    But the password thing was cool [​IMG]
     
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    why dont you actually TRY playing the game instead of putting it down JUSt because it uses password saves
     

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