massive ding dong
20 Year Member
- Mar 14, 2001
Not really, unless you absolutely have to have the cart. The game is Genesis native, and not much is gained in the other versions, although using the VOoT twin sticks in the DC version is pretty badass. The Neo CD version is a steal though.
The sampling rate/sound quality seems a bit higher on NGCD, haven't noticed the volume difference, guess it's more noticeable if you connect the NGCD audio to a proper amp and speakers.It's basically the same thing. They didn't do a new arrangememt or anything. They also didn't get the sound balance right -- the music is too loud on the NGCD compared to other versions.
The snes version does that too. Smash TV isn't talked about enough for how addictive the gameplay loop isI've used two Spectravideo Quickshot sticks to play Smash TV on Genny, so yes, it works. Unlike Xeno Crisis, Smash TV supports using sticks/pads on both ports for one player.
Yeah, Smash TV is awesome, been playing it for years now on Genny and still can't get enough. It's colourful, fast and sometimes very nasty difficulty-wise but still a blast, specially with two sticks. The TV show theme really works.The snes version does that too. Smash TV isn't talked about enough for how addictive the gameplay loop is