May 31, 2019 at 5:47 PM
There are massive emulators on Play Store free or paid, Nintendo or other consoles with millions download. Some are removed through time but the best, most popular ones are still there for ages.
Oh also does the steam version have support for non-vr or is it vr only?
Does anyone like The Legend of Zelda still? I really like Link to the Past, but that original game just has such clunky controls that it's ... aged poorly.Really? You don't like any NES games like, I don't know, SMB 3 or The Legend of Zelda? Why? (I know this is out of topic but I'm really interested, sorry.)
I'm sorry but;And if you dig a little bit deeper you will see that none of Steam review complaints about it.
I mean I can enjoy smb1/3 every once in a while I suppose but Zelda 1 has the issue where you're probably gonna play with a map open somewhere because of how cryptic the game is with dungeon locations and such (which, to avoid that discussion, can indeed still be fun for those into it.) and the limited controls make it a bit hard. I haven't played many nes games.Really? You don't like any NES games like, I don't know, SMB 3 or The Legend of Zelda? Why? (I know this is out of topic but I'm really interested, sorry.)
Lol, you and I have completely different opinions, in fact I really love the original game even though it is cryptic most of the time, (actually that's one of the reasons why I like it), and has clunky controls. It's just...like...there aren't any games like it that I can think of, it's so unique.Does anyone like The Legend of Zelda still? I really like Link to the Past, but that original game just has such clunky controls that it's ... aged poorly.
Probably true? Though VR headsets are not nearly as expensive as one might think. I got mine after saving up a while $349. (Oculus). But you can get a WMR for as low as $245?I'm sorry but;
1. Generally speaking I feel like people who can afford VR headsets may have an higher income.
I wonder about that? Well, I got mine for "free", but I bought a previous version on itch.io and supported patreon for a short while.2. Roughly 1/4th-1/3th of the reviews got this for free according to steam.
Not a 100% sure, but Steam does have a 2 hour refund policy. So, technically, I *Think* you can buy as many games as you possibly want as long as you never go over the 2 hour mark and always wait for the refund before doing another. That should allow you to write reviews too? I just haven't wanted to risk finding out if you can really do that an unlimited number of times lol.3. You can't really leave a review if you disagree with the price (or in the vr version's case, if you don't have a VR headset) when you have to own the product first (as reviews are expected to work).
In worst case, I would think it could just support homebrew NES games like the Steam purchasable MicroMages. (Great modern NES game btw.) Though, the situation reminds me of a game like Beat Saber. A pretty famous VR game now. But, I assume it's because, thanks to modders originally, devs made it so can add new songs of your own. They may not have rights to the songs, but the users are adding things on their own. And that turns a little game into something huge.I do wish you the best of luck with this as invested as you are but I do feel like there will be some bumps in the road with people not being used to the idea of a paid emulator and possible actions by Nintendo.