Does anyone know of a scan of the manual for X (ekkusu) or have the manual and would be willing to scan it?
I'd like to attempt a translation.
In the meantime, post 3D or otherwise impressive gameboy games.
A scanner would be best, since I'm not to great at reading moonrunes yet, but I think I could do with pictures.
I found the manual on ebay for ~$17
with the gameand ordered it, so I'll have the actual manual here in about 9 days.
X is one of those unique and influential games that goes mostly unnoticed nowadays.
I can't wait to see what details the manual hold.
On a side note, has anyone played the sequel to X, X-Scape?
>but then again, I don't think a gameboy could do eurobeat
They could've done European style chiptune. Would've been cool.
I mean, it was possible.
I'm still looking for proof that a 16-player game of Faceball 2000 is really possible. I mean, they claim it is, but it wasn't mentioned in the manuals nor have I ever seen a working multiplayer setup of the game online to that scale.
I have an inclination toward building the set someday, but I'm not made of money, and the equipment list altogether is pretty steep.
Do you have no sense of curiosity?
Game manuals usually contain interesting tidbits or story that they couldn't/didn't fit into the game, and X was the game that inspired Nintendo to make Starfox.
Surely something interesting lurks inside.
I dunno, maybe you aren't interested, but I am, and I want to share any interesting finds with anyone else who might be interested.
Ayakashi no Shiro and the Wizardry games are some first person dungeon crawlers on the brick.