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Old 02 August 2006, 22:38   #1
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Happy PS2 : James Pond - Operation Robocod !

Just tried James Pond : Operation Robocod for PS2!!! Looks nice and extra smooth! I think it is like the original with more colors/fx ?
here are some screenies from my vga box!!!
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Old 03 August 2006, 13:34   #2
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no replies... lol is it OLD news?
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Old 03 August 2006, 13:45   #3
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Dont have a PS2.
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Definitly the colors have been upgraded... I never knew a PS2 version was out but niceee
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Old 03 August 2006, 13:52   #5
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yep, JUST out...
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Old 03 August 2006, 14:45   #6
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But... why? And where?
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Old 03 August 2006, 15:13   #7
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why? lol
it is a "Play-It" budget game ....
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I'd like to see it on the PSP
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Old 03 August 2006, 22:17   #9
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I'd like to see it on the PSP
Who knows... Gameboy Advance and Nintendo DS versions are already available.
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Old 03 August 2006, 22:59   #10
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Yeah.. saw the PS2 version on eBay a couple of days ago... it will soon find it's way to the collection
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Old 03 August 2006, 23:41   #11
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Wow, very impressive collection. Are these all released versions, or do you missing more than the PS2 one?
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Uhm, I'm impressed. I didn't know it had been released for PS1 and DS. Where can I find these Play-It games, and have they released more classics this way? Are there ever any real difference between them, besides the graphics?

Oh, and which version are you the most impressed of, except the Amiga version.
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Old 04 August 2006, 00:57   #13
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Yeah.. saw the PS2 version on eBay a couple of days ago... it will soon find it's way to the collection
You've posted this before and it's very impressive. Couldn't remember who it was but was waiting for them to come online
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Old 04 August 2006, 09:57   #14
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Hope it`s much much better than the lame GBA conversion ?
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Old 05 August 2006, 00:13   #15
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Oh, and which version are you the most impressed of, except the Amiga version.
Well after Amiga it's the Megadrive version i like best. Personally i think the 32-bit Amiga versions are (still) the best, actually Robocod is the reason i got Amiga... i'm more of an Atari ST guy usually and it's the ST version thats most nostalgic to me

Those new Robocods for GBA, DS and PS1/2 have some new leveldesign i don't like to much, the GBA levels are the same as the PS1 have but with smaller visible playarea, it's like comparing the Amiga version with the ST version.

Also strange that the PS2 got it's own release since the PS1 version works on PS2 also (i think)? They look very similar judging by Keropi's screenshots.
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Also strange that the PS2 got it's own release since the PS1 version works on PS2 also (i think)? They look very similar judging by Keropi's screenshots.
This is because a PS2 fanboy isn't gonna buy a PS1 game (generally) but they will buy it on PS2 as they'll think it's been enhanced etc
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Or maybe the PS1 version is rare? Because I've never ever seen 90% of these Robocods, not even the GBA version, anywhere.

I haven't even heard about most of them.
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Tried it. New levels. Very nice. But where are the penguins gone ???
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Thats actually kinda cool that they release such an old 2D game on the PS2?

That iso cant be too big?
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Penguins are gone because of copyright. Old version was sponsored by penguins (the brand), I think.
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