psj3809 wrote:DreamcastRIP wrote:To sound like an old fart (again!),
Back in 2000 and '01 I was playing the sublime Virtua Tennis and Virtua Tennis 2 on my Dreamcast. The former being an arcade coin-op conversion from SEGA's NAOMI arcade board of course. Here I am 11-12 years later playing a non-compromised more advanced sequel of said game with super high-res graphics in the palm of my hand on a glorified mobile phone. That just amazes me. LOVING IT!
Totally agree, so many times i'm amazed that i have Duke Nukem and Doom on my ipod, just those two games alone makes me think 'wow' !! Then of course i have about 150 Speccy games on it as well and its another 'wow' moment. Then when i think about the 500+ games i've got which i love on it (like to dip in and out of a lot !), read graphic novels on my ipod, music, films, download other stuff to my gadget, just a dream !!
Yup! I think what I may have failed to communicate clearly enough just then is how fab I think it is having an enhanced version of a top Dreamcast/NAOMI game to play on my phone these days, i.e. Speccy games are one thing (still very cool, of course!) and PC games such as Doom and Duke Nukem from the early '90s is a great thing too. But playing games stemming from the technically much more advanced Dreamcast that were big name releases in around 2000 (now as Virtua Tennis Challenge, Soul Calibur, etc) simply blows me away!
Sure, I could buy a PS Vita in 2012 to play a latest Virtua Tennis release but my phone already does that... and for only £1.99 no less!
Grizzly wrote:The free access Atari games only remain as such unless they are uninstalled, if you do so and then go to download them then you will have to pay for them. Hence why the error (no iap) came up.
Cheers for that, Grizzly.