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actually I have the game already on a arcade cabinet bought in china... the problem is that the crosshair on one machine does not appear and I figured it has something to do with the calibration of the guns on xp since it seems ok on the software calibration. But I can't seem to go to xp gui to access control panel and game controllers....
I renamed the extension from .img to .iso, used rufus to make a bootable pendrive using alien_extermination.iso, Rufus made my 8gb pendrive to 4gb fat32 bootable usb... tried to copy all files from my working Xp Hdd but it says usb disk full... almost giving up on this.
The game is an OpenGL game, so d3d frame limiters will not work. There are a few frame limiters that work on OpenGL games (like Dxtory) I will be trying before I go and try to slow down my processor speed. If that doesn't work I have an old Nvidia 7900GS card that is very identical to the card used in the original PC used in the arcade machine I will try.
and deluxe models with similiar configurations and gun positioning, neither game has been ported on to console, PC or rom and along with Aliens (Arcade) and Aliens v Predator (Arcade) (except for rom) continue as arcade only.
Aliens Extermination's gameplay is set on LV426 just after the USS Sulaco leaves with the survivors Ripley, Hicks, Bishop and Newt from Hadley's Hope installation. A squad of USCMs follow a similiar route as the squad from the USS Sulaco, combating any aliens and xenomorphs in Hadley's Hope installation and the Weyland-Yutani Research Facility, then battling against the antenna array and into the Atmosphere Processor buildings, killing the Alien Queen and escaping using the APC and then the Dropship.
Aliens Armageddon's gameplay is set on Earth in the Alien universe in the 21st Century after all major cities are destroyed. A new storyline unravels that is set in cities destroyed by UFOs bringing aliens, military personnel with a small contingency of support units must combat the xenomorph threat and escape in the Ark spacecraft. Starting in the city suburbs the squad must clear each area as they go, areas of the city, facilities and the Ark which are overrun by aliens make up the gameplay area.
This kind of arcade rail shooter has of course been done before and here it is a little on the rapid and unfair side, I think, but ultimately, the game is action-packed with a decent variety of enemies and the missions are just long enough to be challenging without being too repetitive or boring, at least for this writer. The boss fights, in particular, felt eventful and I felt a few stings of adrenalin. Conquering the Queen at the end was a high five moment.
Thirty years ago, Namco was best known for the zip and vim of its arcade games. It conquered the world with Pac-Man, the first video game to introduce a cartoon-character hero and a subsequent storm of merchandising. Before and after, Namco turned alien extermination into a colorful pastime with games like Galaxian and Galaga, it turned the apprehension of burglars into a slapstick platformer with Mappy, and made driving like a maniac look oddly adorable in Rally X.
Again, though, something evil was stirring within Namco, just waiting to be unleashed. In late 1988, that day finally came with the release of Splatterhouse, an arcade machine completely unlike anything the Japanese firm had made before. Inspired by western horror games, it was a scrolling beat-em-up, not unlike hits from rival companies: Kung Fu Master, Vigilante, and Double Dragon. But unlike most other games, Splatterhouse was outlandishly gory.
As I discussed yesterday with a guy on 1CC, here is the latest version of the crack that I had already been a good time. And for those who would not follow, no need for VM or disk images, dongle or emulator, etc ... just the folder of the game ... So the crack is still the same and works well, the novelty is that you can put the game or you want on your PC, and no longer in "C: \ PC \ aliens \". S