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Chempop wrote:I am used to playing the PS2 and 360 ports of ESPG1+2 with the following config:
1: Laser
2: Kakusei
3: Rapidfire
4: Shield-barrier

Are the PCB's 4 button default? If so, I'm guessing 2+4 would be switched because 2 usually = bomb.
Yes, both are 4 button games. Holding C+D while starting ESPGALUDA (PCB) will let you have

A: Shot/Laser
B: Kakusei
C: Rapid fire
D: Barrier

In ESPGALUDA II, you get to choose the layout at the start of each credit (Barrier/Full Auto buttons).
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finally got the clear! I'm so excited :D

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Congrats! Great work!
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thanks a lot :awe:

It was a hilarious run, I died twice at stage 2, then decided to keep going just for the practice. Ended up clearing it :lol:
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Nice top 10 score moh, congratulations! :awe:
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moh wrote:It was a hilarious run, I died twice at stage 2, then decided to keep going just for the practice. Ended up clearing it :lol:
Yeah, I wonder how many good runs are missed because of restart syndrome.
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Congrats on the clear! I remember my first ESPGALUDA clear like it was yesterday. Adrenaline! :awe:
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What made it so much more exhilarating, was that I wasn't playing by myself in a quiet environment, with no distraction. All sorts of family was over visiting, kids were screaming, there was smoke in the air, my brothers were on the blast city right next to me button mashing away at Marvel vs Capcom. I had all the distractions in the world, just like the real arcade experience. But being able to tune it all out just for that last pattern (damn that last pattern) was tough.

...and that is why this clear is more valuable to me then some kid whos sitting in his room, playing galuda in silence on his mame setup :awe:
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moh wrote:...and that is why this clear is more valuable to me then some kid whos sitting in his room, playing galuda in silence on his mame setup :awe:
Call me weird but I find most of my clears more valuable to me than some kid playing MAME. :lol:
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^^This is similar to how I got my first clear too. Both daughters were in the same room, screaming and playing. And I'm very easily distracted, so I was kinda amazed I did clear the game with all that racket going on. :D The last pattern is tough, I always use barrier bursts when I get in trouble (make sure not to hit the cube with 'em though) and it's a lot easier.
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Managed to clear galuda with 3 lives left. its more and more fun every time I play it :D

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kids were screaming, there was smoke in the air
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Seriously though, congrats on the clear - and good luck breaking 30mil.
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Re: Espgaluda (PCB)

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Chempop wrote:
kids were screaming, there was smoke in the air
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Seriously though, congrats on the clear - and good luck breaking 30mil.
thanks chempop, now that I can consistently clear it, I'm gonna work on scoring 8-)
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Re: Espgaluda (PCB)

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FINALLY BROKE 30MIL :D

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My highest score yet, but i'm a shmup noob. So it's ok for me :awe:

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Re: Espgaluda (PCB)

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A bit late to the party :D Just started playing this one. How do you get the life on level 3?
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Re: Espgaluda (PCB)

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theMot wrote:A bit late to the party :D Just started playing this one. How do you get the life on level 3?
You have to be in Kakusei mode to enable the hitbox of the thing you blast it out of.
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