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You can still play on Vita. I don't remember if you can directly download it, but if not you can put it on a PS3 and transfer from there.I was so pumped for Lament of Innocence. The music was really good, at least.
With the PSN Store going through some changes, I’ve been looking to grab some games before they might end up going away for good. I had bought Castlevania Chronicles on PS3, and was hoping it would also be available on Vita, for extremely hard, club thumpin’ vampire killing on the go. It looks like it’s only available on PS3 and PSP, despite Symphony of the Night and the PSP remake of Rondo being playable on the ol’ Vita. Am I missing a store page?
As for the N64 games, I think the ostensible jump in quality/amount of content contained within Legacy of Darkness when compared to the initial release is frequently overstated. Yes, there's a partly public story there of all the scrapped ideas later reinstated and reshaped for the revision, but playing the original as an individual experience does not leave one feeling as if it's particularly barren of meaningful material or lacking in the concepts it explores. They're both good takes on the same overall narrative and world, and most of what they are is shared between them.
You can still play on Vita. I don't remember if you can directly download it, but if not you can put it on a PS3 and transfer from there.
EDIT: Yeah, looks like a transfer from PS3 is the only thing that will work.
Yeah, it's really weird all those titles that clearly do work on the system, and they just won't let you install it directly. I don't get it. I've left all my installs on my PS3 for the PS1 games I have just because of their ridiculousness.For as much as Sony's store has had a few things that are good, I don't think they deserve as much credit as they get considering that the interfaces tend to be pretty shit and you wind up with stuff like that where the game is clearly compatible but requires this kind of weird side-loading to work.
Are you sure about that?Even for a troupe of exceedingly beautiful men, "Ralph" is just the least tough name of all (it ain't cute either)
My headcanon compromise of the whole "First Belmont" dilemma is as follows: Leon was the first to fight against the supernatural forces of evil with a magic whip, Sonia was the first to actually fight and defeat Dracula but her powers made the Belmont family outcast, and Trevor/Ralph was the first who actually became famous for killing Dracula. The thing that makes Simon a particularly legendary member of the family is the fact that he first killed Dracula, then collected all his body parts to resurrect him just so he could kill him a second time.
Yeah, it did. Of course, it still doesn't match the Genesis, but it's closer than most assume. Estimates from knowledgeable folks I've seen put it at about 70%. That's not bad considering everything you can do with the PPU.SlowROM really did a number on the reputation of the SNES' CPU.
Hmm... no idea, but a really good thought, especially for launch window games.When did developers know which one they were getting, I wonder? Did they find out early on, or was it closer to release? A lot of these games seem to have a substantial amount of their missing performance back from these hacks.