What a weird and smart game!I'm looking forward to playing Lucasarts Nightshift, it's literally my most favourite game on the Amiga. Back in the day it was released on all the systems but i found the Amiga version to be the best one pretty much played all the releases just to see how things changed.
And that’s the best combo. I’ve used a pi too. It’s fine until you come up against an adventure or RTs. I also use my switch and that’s bloody awesome. But again. Only for arcade games.What do you play on though? I use my pc and WinUAE with keyboard and mouse support 24/7
The key question is how good is the emulation, but the fact that this has Speedball 2, alone means it is worthy of the purchase seeing as that game has never had a reboot in recent years, and you can't even get it on any console in recent generations....be it 360/PS3..
Yeah not quite the same as having the original...if done right a remake would be awesome..There was an updated version called "Speedball 2 Evolution" that was available on PlayStation Minis for PSP and PS3. Here are a couple of reviews.
Far too many times, games get announced, then nothing ever appears, like Mecho Wars or Virtual City PSP. But sometimes, they actually do finally come out!web.archive.org
Speedball 2 Evolution offers an alternative to the increasingly realistic sporting experiences available elsewhere on the various PlayStation platforms, delivering a futuristic competitive game with a complimentary throw-back corewww.pushsquare.com
Keep in mind that this game is single-player only.