That would be great. This game should have been an extravaganza of Atari characters!
Primal Rage. I've got a love/hate relationship with this game. There's such a good concept behind it, and it almost does a good job of bridging the gap between Street Fighter's gameplay and Mortal Kombat's controls. The issue is the controls, or, more specifically, the special move inputs.See, the controls in the arcade version have four buttons, set up in a square. And to do special moves, you typically have to hit two or more buttons along with the directional input. I couldn't say how easy this is for the arcade cabinet, but on any other controller, you'll damn near break your fingers trying to pull off a fireball.So, what I would do is fix the controls so they're not so... ugh. That's honestly all I'd really do, and I'd imagine it'd make the game a lot better.
They actually did fix the controls in the arcade. Later arcade cabinets were a different version that had Street Fighter like special moves. I don't think that version ever made it to a home system though.
Karateka for the 7800 needs to be hacked, desperately. Maybe it can be turned into a real game!
Quote from: "TrekMD"Karateka for the 7800 needs to be hacked, desperately. Maybe it can be turned into a real game!Great pick, if it had controls that actually worked it would be a brilliant game!Much like Checkered Flag on the Jaguar.
As a C64 owner:Chase H.Q, R-Type and Afterburner, for starters,C64 deserved far better and was capable of better.As Atari 800XL owner:Gauntlet, Arkanoid and Green Beret-for same reasons as above.