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Discussion in 'GBAtemp & Scene News' started by T-hug, Jun 11, 2010.
So it has finally arrived...
i think it might have an AP though this game looks very worth for it... matching a perfect PS1 game
Woah, finally out after a long time. I'm definately going to try it out.
EDIT: Works on DSTT using the latest Infolib and Extinfo.
found it downloading i will tell if it works when it s done
So.. What's that game about? A fighting cat? I can get that at home for free.
Yaay! I'd been looking forward to this when I saw the DS trailer.
it works on DSTWO and Ez Vi
This was a Ps2 game from around 2006. I really enjoyed it.
And now a DS port ??? Developer NEON has closed years ago ???
Works on Acekard2i Akaio 1.7
OMG IT'S OUT!!!!!! YESSSSSSSSSSSS Thank you!!!!!
Well well well, it's finally time to see weather people were right about arguing that graphics of this were impossible or not, I'll test it out
Just tested it, the graphics are alright, the music is a lot different than the official PS2 soundtrack is, sounds more basic, and there are levels with stages in it, and the cutscene pictures are jpeg quality from the look of it, it blurs.
All in all, i will still play this to beat it, but for replay? nope.. im not replaying it.
3/5 for the game
Wait wait wait... It only has English as language ?
Thankfully I fully understand English.But other guys will not be pleased.
Nope, checked that as well, it has 5 languages in it, English and the usual french, german, spanish and italian
I tried it for a bit not really my type of game and only 32Mbits!
Is it GTA style camera?
The original screens were indeed quite impossible, they were actually taken from the PS2 versions. This one uses graphics exactly like you'd expect the DS to output while not being pushed at all- average PS1 platformer with very little level variety or environmental details.
I've played 5 minutes of the game, and 5 minutes of the PS2 version. So far, they are NOTHING alike in gameplay. Levels are constructed differently and the level progression is not the same at all. You also can't double jump or even attack at first anymore. So far, the PS2 version is far better. I'm judging it on a non-graphics standpoint and the gameplay is not nearly as fun. Run of the mills platformer so far. Think i'll stick to the PS2 version. There are far better 3D platformers on the DS, even though the genre is rather rare. At least it controls well enough. Too bad the levels are boring.
There is a camera movement that changes the direction when you walk yes, but to center the camera, stand still and press L to center the camera, if its not L it's R.
It's a decent game to be honest, but if you like this, Play the PS2 version to get the full genuine experience of Legend of Kay, including the awesome voice of kay who swears XD
It's Megabit not Megabits.