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Samurai Shodown: Together Retro Discussion

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This 2D fighter from SNK is the newest Together Retro game
http://www.racketboy.com/retro/snkneo-g ... odown.html
Please use this thread for all general discussion of the game.
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Well that's a surprise. Maybe we should setup some online matches. Kaillera is supported by some emulators.
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Mozgus wrote:Well that's a surprise. Maybe we should setup some online matches. Kaillera is supported by some emulators.


If you somebody could round up some info, that could be cool! I've never done it before...
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If you tell me how to do it, I'm down for some online matches.
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Mozgus wrote:Well that's a surprise. Maybe we should setup some online matches. Kaillera is supported by some emulators.


If you can find a quick guide on how to use it, I would be down. Also, what's the best way to emulate on a iMAC9 (with leopard) with controller support? I heard mame for osx doesn't have good controller support. I tried it on my laptop, and it sucks. It has a crap video card and there is way too much slowdown. If anyone can help me out, I'd appreciate it.

Otherwise, I'm going to wait until the SNK classics for PS2. It comes out on Tuesday at most stores and it's only $14.99.
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Post by Niode »

http://www.racketboy.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=5473

There was a litte discussion into getting controllers to work in mame os x.

Hope it helps ;)

Any specific problems with Leopard feel free to pm me and i'll get back to you with some help when I can.
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Post by Ramatut4001 »

While I'm waiting for my SNK classics collections to show up next week, I think I'll emulate on the PSP. I have a nice CPS/NG emu for Xbox but I just packed my Xboxes as we're moving. I never really played SS as much as some of the other SNK fighters.
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devilmyarse wrote:http://www.racketboy.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=5473

There was a litte discussion into getting controllers to work in mame os x.

Hope it helps ;)

Any specific problems with Leopard feel free to pm me and i'll get back to you with some help when I can.


I will give it a try. I really have never done any emulating so this is new for me. So just download Mame for osx, get the rom and I'm golden. Do you have a controler recomendations or do you know of an adapter that works well? I have a bunch of controlers already, so I'd prefer and adapter. Thanks man.
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I'm playing the Sega CD version. This port is pretty decent and the controls are easy if you have the 6 button controller. I seem to loose at least one credit on Charlotte when playing through the game. She's annoying, unless you can get her to drop her sword, then she won't fight at all. :lol:

But, in any case it's been fun playing this after quite a long time.
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Post by Funk, E »

If you use a Turbo controller and play as Charlotte, you can win the game by only using her strong Splash Fount. It does an insane amount of damage and usually dizzies.
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