The characters were the same size, they cut the zooming from the game's engine (which really sucked). But the game came loaded with kickass extras and the arranged soundtrack is awesome.Originally posted by Arakon@Oct 10, 2003 @ 12:05 PM
that's why you get a MVS and get the best of both worlds.
aof 3 is a bad example, btw.. the ngcd version is seriously cut back, smaller characters, cut down backgrounds, etc.
the old-style sticks are some of the best stock console controllers ever made, as are the CD style pads. The thumbstick design is way better than the cross D-pad in every sense of the word.Originally posted by Burning Angel@Jul 15, 2003 @ 12:04 AM
And came with awful thumbjoysticks instead of the old-but-never-out-of-fashion AES controllers yuck
The boards differ in size, depending on how many slots you are looking for. The largest is the 6-Slot system. Check HardMVS.Com for any information on the MVS motherboards.Originally posted by sizone@Oct 10, 2003 @ 05:20 PM
so, how big are all the boards in a aes machine. seems the cheapest and best alternative would be to get an old upright, sans well, the upright case. stuff the inards in a p.c. case or something and get arcade carts