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Old 14 July 2010, 00:38   #1
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Leeds United Atari ST version

Leeds United have also Atari ST version:


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Old 14 July 2010, 00:53   #2
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Old 15 July 2010, 09:05   #3
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Why bother including the menu?

Those are the worst graphics I've seen in quite some time (and I use the C64 almost daily!) The Atari ST really is a heap of shit.

Having said that, I'd still like one. Some nice demos on the machine.
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Old 15 July 2010, 09:12   #4
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The whole game consists of menus and tables anyway, so the the main ingame menu is as 'good' as any other shot.
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Was talking about the British Alliance menu :P
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Old 16 July 2010, 08:39   #6
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Okay, then it's there to show where sourced the game from since it's not available in .ST format. You know, some people could think he made that up and ask questions
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It may be ugly but it's not because of hardware.
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Old 16 July 2010, 09:48   #8
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It may be ugly but it's not because of hardware.
Bahaha.. No, of course it's not.

I suppose the reason all the Amiga games ported from Atari ST look like shit isn't because of hardware either..
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ST game compilations have simple pictures with less colours to save disk space. Most of time they're stolen, not made by menu makers so you can not blame them. Improved sound in ST ports is enough for me.
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My comment wasn't just referring to the graphics on the compilation menu, the graphics in the game are even worse.. You can barely even read the Leeds United logo or the Strategy Software Design.
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