New game from JoshProd: Gladmort

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mazonemayu wrote: Fri May 10, 2024 4:37 pm Same here, they have such an awful track record with their shitty ports, I just don’t trust em anymore, unless they publish a game that was built from the ground up for the DC…
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games from JoshProd are like openbor games from Ripfire, only you still have to pay for games from JoshProd :lol:

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Where We can download?

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panzer86 wrote: Wed May 15, 2024 12:24 am Where We can download?
You can buy it and wait for it to be finished.

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megavolt85 wrote: Fri May 10, 2024 5:55 pm
mazonemayu wrote: Fri May 10, 2024 4:37 pm Same here, they have such an awful track record with their shitty ports, I just don’t trust em anymore, unless they publish a game that was built from the ground up for the DC…
gold words.
games from JoshProd are like openbor games from Ripfire, only you still have to pay for games from JoshProd :lol:
I agree with that! The last game I took from them it was Andros Dunos 2, I played good 2D games on Dreamcast and never have problem but games from JoshProd always makes my eyes to bleed, most of games had this feeling of frame skipping situation. It's time for them to move on 2D/3D games maybe get better results.

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Re: New game from JoshProd: Gladmort

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So PixelHeart responded to the port vs. emulation question, and they said the code has been ported to the Dreamcast and will be augmented to take advantage of the Dreamcast; that it isn't running on emulation. So that's good.

They also lowered shipping, though it's still €20 to the US, Canada and Australia, even though "the rest of the world" is only €10. Weird. Also, because they can't change the shipping cost at this point, the difference will be a refund.

I can't believe this campaign has been so successful, though it looks to be mostly Neo-Geo enthusiasts. There's 4 days left at almost $180,000. The stretch goals have been met, so there will be digital versions on current gen consoles and a 10 challenge practice mode. Also, the physical soundtrack has been added as an add-on.

I don't know. I'd still rather wait to see how the DC version turns out.

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