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Taito Legends 2 Description
Reviews By Joshua Casey : Date June 27, 2011
I find it VERY HARD to believe that games from this company are rated so low!! The problem lies, NOT with the company, but with the sucky, HIGHLY inexperienced gamers. People who rated this game either don’t know or don’t care that Taito gaves us such gems as Jackal, the HIGHLY addictive shooter, Operation Wolf, & my personal favorite, Skyshark!!! GET THIS, YOU WON’T BE DISAPPOINTED!! THE GAMES ARE CHALLENGING!! Which should satisfy the hard-core gamers.
Reviews By cruisekid : Date July 1, 2009
These games work pretty well with a logitech dual action joystick, but to get the most fun out of the games you need an x-arcade which is a joystick that emulates a keyboard. Sure it costs a considerable amount of $$, but the experience is like in the arcade!! You want a dual joystick for two player games. Four player games seem to only work for two player and they should have supported 4 player when the game was that way in the original. (i.e. one dual joystick x-arcade and two Logitech joysticks or two x-arcades) I have not used a light gun to check out the operation wolf game and do not know if one will work, but I would not be surprised if it did because Nicola Salmora worked on the emulation team! This game collection has a universal setting for the controls for all the games unlike Taito Legends. I highly recommend this game collection to retrogamers as well as the Taito Legends Collection, but do it right and buy a keyboard emulated joystick x-arcade or another brand that emulates the keyboard. You can get one off ebay, but if you buy a new one it is guaranteed for life!! You can get adapters for the x-arcade to work on a ps2, xbox, xbox360, etc. [...] Consider the tank stick or the track ball for other game collections like Midway arcade classics I, II, etc. to play Marble Madness or centipede, but note the dimensions/size and decide if you can store it when not in use.
Reviews By ✓Onoñdaʔgegáʔ : Date July 27, 2008
These are fairly accurate reproductions of the origin games that a lot of us grew up with. As fun and exciting as they were then, they had interfaces for each game that was designed for the game (joysticks, buttons, etc). All of these use keyboard controls that make the experience much less fun and sometimes frustrating, some next to impossible. It would have been about 99% better if they would have allowed use of your mouse. I view this one as a waste of money.