Heh, looks funny. (Also that person has a way too slow computer? The sound skips are driving me nuts.)
and Zelda was like, “nope”
I assume that this is a problem with the recording software - or the emulation of the sound chip has some problems with his PC.
I actually played an in-browser Zelda game like that on my laptop* and it did the same kind of interrupting glitch. It’s not just the sound, but the whole game freezes for a split sec. Once you get over the annoyance factor, it kind of gives you a cheat for dodging octorock attacks or red dungeon knights.
*it’s a pretty old crappy laptop. But still you’d think technology from 1985 would not be an issue for a macbine from the 2010’s.
Depends if you’re doing the fully accurate whole hardware emulation (bsnes, now higan) or if you’re using one of those emulators that takes shortcuts like ZSNES and Snes9x which ran just fine on the old Pentium 100.
And, um, “in browser.” 'nuff said.
But it’s like we’re living in the futuristic year of 2017. Isn’t all software free and browser-based now?
Really? Can I get Red Dead Redemption 2 for Firefox?
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Discobot said already in other posts that he is male and gay.
According to the thread’s main topic I have to write what Nintendo game I’m playing right now?
Final Fantasy 3 (6) on SNES Mini.
Why the 6?
I haven’t played it myself (yet), so excuse my perhaps obvious question…
6th game released in japan but 3rd in the US.
And it is called Final Fantasy because the company was bankrupt at the time they finished the first installment and they thought by the time of the release it will have been their last ever game.
Do they follow each other? Or can you pick up any and just play ?
Oh yeah, they have like Final Fantasy XLVIII now