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Game Request

mwong168

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If you want to see one of your own games analyzed make a request here in the thread and if there is enough demand maybe Adam will bump it up next on his queue.
 

Vengeance

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Stargazer the gameplay is actually allot of fun for the era, it's a great shooters game, and who doesn't love spinners.
 

Vengeance

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nics135 said:
Big Buck Hunter Pro....the previous review seemed short.

That'll never happen :D

I haven't played the game enough to formulate an opinion of it.

and

I'll never play the game enough to formulate an opinion of it :mrgreen:
 

DRANO

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I would appreciate a deeper understanding of several titles... some of which you don't see very much.

A couple that I know Adam has intimate knowledge of would be Godzilla and BSD. I've also heard that they have similar characteristics. I think most people understand the basics of BSD... but Godzilla just isn't that common.

TX Sector is another oddball title that I got to play once, but never really got enough time to really grasp it.
 

purpledrillmonkey

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I'd be interested to hear about TAF. It pops up pretty frequently in tournaments I've watched and it seems to boil down to: multiball (like every game) or/and get to tour the mansion as aggressively as possibly while ignoring everything going on. To me this is both boring and unsatisfying even if it is sound strategy. Is there nuance in the strategy I'm missing?

I also struggle alot with the theme so it likely won't be a machine in my collection any time soon.
 

Vengeance

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purpledrillmonkey said:
I'd be interested to hear about TAF. It pops up pretty frequently in tournaments I've watched and it seems to boil down to: multiball (like every game) or/and get to tour the mansion as aggressively as possibly while ignoring everything going on. To me this is both boring and unsatisfying even if it is sound strategy. Is there nuance in the strategy I'm missing?

I also struggle alot with the theme so it likely won't be a machine in my collection any time soon.

Nope that's it, you hit the nail on the head.

Ignore all of the modes, and get to tour and/or play MB. It's why I sold mine