Thread title says it all. Here we go Dreamcast version.
Sounds good to me. I like that version best, myself.
That’s sounds fair for anyone.
dreamcast is by far the best version for ST for one reason:
That’s pretty cool timing: it means chances are SFHD will be about two weeks old by the time Evo happens. Competition on fresh games is exciting stuff.
excellent choice. by far the definitive version of console ST. just sucks that its on a shitty dreamcast. hopefully bluescreens will be friendly to us this time, if we do have to go this route.
I think theres people who have already been playing STHD. Discuss.
whaaaaaaaa??? HOW is the DC shitty???
“OG’s” like to complain about anything. ST players in general love bitching it seems.
The game itself is fine, apparently the closest a console version has come to being 100% arcade-perfect.
The Sega Dreamcast itself offers a wide variety of malfunctional treats and surprises. Some of its most popular specialties are blue screen crash errors and blown controller ports.
What’s this blue screen thing? I know ALL about the controller port thing. (looks at my TWO useless DC’s because of the ports being blown:shake:)
It’s good you still have 'em! If you’re not afraid of a little soldering, supposedly they can be easily–and permanently–repaired by adding one resistor.
(looks into that)
are you a retard or something? you do realize im commenting on the poor build quality of the console, not the game itself? you mean to tell me that the DC is a great peice of hardware? that the hardware has not caused grief to a lot of players in the marvel community over the years. theres a reason why cvs2 is on ps2
you’re on fucking crack.
One question: If we end up playing on Dreamcast, will converters for playstation sticks be provided?
I thought DC’s could be moded to prevent blue screen from happening?
blue screens suck :annoy:
nope, it was only a theory that got busted years ago. theres no way, the console was just built poorly.
What’s blue screen? How does it happen? I had one DC that had the video go out, but the sound was good, but no blue screen.
Blame MAS not Sega…