Jump to content



Recommended Posts

It's true, he does.


There are some games and systems that just don't emulate well.  Tron is a perfect example.  The arcade game had the controls and lighting that really don't allow for substitution. 


Other examples:  Vectrex, Virtual Boy, Tempest, Front Line.... anything else?

Link to comment
Share on other sites

The closest I came to it was on the Xbox 360, using the thumbstick as a rotating control.

Wasn't bad, but still felt too sluggish.


Come to think of it, the use of it was a great idea, but an adjustment in touch-response (ror at least a user setting for it) would've made it work.


As it is, the original cabinet's spinner control with the mad dial power was tops.

Link to comment
Share on other sites


This topic is now archived and is closed to further replies.

  • Create New...