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My favorite parts are the indoor missions. Look at the walls . It reminds me of Toy Story floor and stuff. I am curious about what kind of special chip the cartridge uses, if any, because it literally looks like a Playstation 1 or Sega Saturn game.
Quote from: DJ Omnimaga on October 19, 2016, 03:13:12 amMy favorite parts are the indoor missions. Look at the walls . It reminds me of Toy Story floor and stuff. I am curious about what kind of special chip the cartridge uses, if any, because it literally looks like a Playstation 1 or Sega Saturn game.I would suggest everything is 2D sprites (the helicopter etc) except for the sides of the walls, and (in the outdoor missions) the terrain. I would reckon maybe these were fast assembler polygon code. They are very lo-res though. You are right though it might use a chip. Don't know. Like it though
Yeah, Red Zone has some great 3D graphics for the console. (I also like the b&w intro too with the angry dictator)On the Sega Genesis, i feel like i should mention Star Cruiser :Too bad its north american release was cancelled tho...Of course, i should mention the Wolfenstein 3D port by gasega68k as well as Virtua Racing that is using the SVP chip.(SVP does not stand for "s'il vous plait" tho, it's too bad)One thing useful for 3D games that can be done on the Genesis is to upgrade the 68k processor.You can put a 68010 10Mhz inside of this thing. And yes, it still works with the Sega CD & 32X.Here's Hard Driving on a 68010 proc :
Not the most graphically impressive nowadays, but still a very fun game: Star Fox for the SNES. (Star Wing in europe )
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