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16-07-2009 11:40 PM
trickstergil
also some outrun music live

hey, I was doin some research and I want to tell everyone that outurn music is being played live at the following locations for the video game live tour
I got us all the dates so you donít have to!

07/07/09: Winnipeg, MB / Centennial Concert Hall
07/07/09: Winnipeg, MB / Centennial Concert Hall: Guitar Hero Contest!
07/08/09: Winnipeg, MB / Centennial Concert Hall
07/10/09: Vienna, VA / the Filene Center
07/11/09: Pittsburgh, PA / the Heinz Hall
07/12/09: Pittsburgh, PA / the Heinz Hall
07/14/09: Fort Worth, TX / Bass Performance Hall
07/18/09: Houston, TX / Jones Hall for the Performing Arts
07/23/09: Sand Diego, CA / Embarcadero Marina Park South
07/27/09: Cincinnati, OH / PNC Pavilion at Riverbend
07/31/09: Lewiston, NY / Artpark
09/25/09: Augusta, GA / Bell Auditorium Ė Civic Center
11/07/09: Portland, OR / Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall
11/08/09: Portland, OR / Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall
Thank so much for reading,

TricKsterGIL

-for any more info go to www.videogameslive.com
04-02-2009 08:14 PM
Japo
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Since someone dug up this topic: in the pc version it's not that hard to get to all different endings.
Just as a side-remark: I remember that when starting the game in 4 colours (CGA) the car would be a little faster than in 16 colours (VGA), resulting in better times! It was something in the lines of 293 versus 288 km/h top speed.
Thanks for telling me, I find now funny remembering the times when game features had to be taken down because of limitations in the hardware LOL
04-02-2009 05:58 AM
another guest Since someone dug up this topic: in the pc version it's not that hard to get to all different endings.
Just as a side-remark: I remember that when starting the game in 4 colours (CGA) the car would be a little faster than in 16 colours (VGA), resulting in better times! It was something in the lines of 293 versus 288 km/h top speed.
03-02-2009 12:24 AM
Japo
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Actually I don't (nor didn't) find this game that great, even though I can't quite remember how it stood technically against other contemporary games. But this game sure was famous, don't ask me why.
It's been almost three years really since I posted here?! :E

Now I must contradict myself. Re-played (the arcade version, of course) and it's a winner. Just make sure to have an analog controller (a stick is enough), there's just no point in using a toggle one and you won't get far with it and it will be frustrating (my bad).

Another one of Sega's pioneering 3D masterpieces. Technically it stood at awesomeness. All hail Sega!!

Haven't tried the PC version though.

EDIT: It's HARD though. But I beat all the five endings. :thumbs:

02-02-2009 11:56 PM
BranjoHello
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Arcade version (yes, I'm old enough to have played it in the arcade ) had a sit-down cabinet and a proper racing wheel, plus superior sound and graphics, but this conversion is fun to play as well
That was the main attraction in arcade parks back in old days.
Sweet memories...
23-08-2006 06:39 PM
Guest I cried when I heard that music
17-08-2006 02:39 AM
Guest Anyone knows a way of playing the arcade edition? Through an emulator or something.

I d like to have that Sega game where you drove a black car with "sonic" hanging over in the mirror.

The son of this one. The reason outrun is a adored game is the arcade version who was fantastic but difficult.

The PC version is fun, but pretty easy and the graphics and playability suck compared to arcade.
26-07-2006 11:54 AM
Guest One of the best games ever created!
11-05-2006 09:59 AM
Eva02Soul If you enjoy Outrun and some of the older Sega coin-ops, then you should buy a copy of Shenmue 2 for Xbox or even Dreamcast if you can find it. The arcade in the Golden Quarter contains the coin-op versions of Outrun, Hang on, afterburner2, A semi-3d shooter whose name escapes me for the moment (space harrier or something) and one more which i've completely forgotten. Good stuff
07-05-2006 09:05 PM
Guest Never mind, I figured it out.
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