It was a long time ago but the PSP version was basically a heavily compressed version of the PS360 version with some redone levels and I think some parts where only cutscenes from the "big" version. It felt like different game but it was still pretty cool for an handheld game back then.
It was on Game Boy Color, Game Boy Advance, PC, PlayStation, Nintendo 64, Dreamcast, PlayStation 2 and GameCube and had a lot of differences between the versions.
I remember loving the game when I was younger but still being baffled as to why it, of all things, was still getting new versions on new systems year after year. I think that's more ports than Skyrim has (PC, 360, PS3, XB, PS4, Switch, Audio).
Hey guy who is 40+, I also am old.
Not enough Game Boy games followed the template of Link's Awakening. Another one that did was that James Bond 007 game.
Not at all. It was worse in pretty much every way. To quote myself.
Turning 40 this year :)Hey guy who is 40+, I also am old.
Double Dragon on NES was my first console game (outside of Mario/Duck Hunt). I was absolutely gutted we couldn't play 2 player co-op after spending tons of money on that game at various birthday parties with my friends as a kid.
I bought some Spider-Man 2 collectors thing on DVD just so I can play the Spider-Man 2 demo on PC, let's just say I was not happy when I installed the thing and it was nothing like the console version, the disappointment still haunts me.Did any of you, out of nostalgia, tried to launch Spider-Man 2 on PC expecting to play your favourite Spidey game until you realize something is clearly wrong ?
Hey that's not the same game ! Indeed, Treyarch was in charge of the console version while The Fizz Factor made the PC one. They have the same name and the same cover though !
Is there other instances of this (which are obviously not mobile/handheld ports) ?