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N2O: Nitrous Oxide's gameplay is pure shooter, reminiscent of the arcade classic TEMPEST. You're stuck on the perimeter of a tube and you job is to shoot at everything in your way. If things get too hectic, you can slam on the brakes, which stops your forward movement for a few seconds and gives you time to change your direction or clear a path. Once you've destroyed all the level's eggs, your next task is to take on the game's huge bosses. Graphically, the game is very bright and colorful and definitely exhibits a techno influence. The soundtrack is done by the techno group Crystal Method, who supply some remixes as well as older tracks, which helps put you in the groove. b4d347fde0



Title: N2O: Nitrous Oxide
Genre: Action, Racing
Developer:
Urbanscan
Publisher:
Console Classics
Release Date: 29 Jun, 2015



English



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I always loved this game, got it for PS1 from The All Camerican Antichrist Svperstore way back whenever for like $7 bucks or something. I searched a while ago for it on steam with no luck, then noticed it pop up, and had to grab it for $4. E-pills, mushrooms, giant bugs, speed & crazy tunnels. I never did get to the end of the game; if there is one. Oh yeah, and i can't go without mentioning the wicked soundtrack by The Crystal Method which included remixes I had never heard before. 10\/10. Played this on PS1 as a kid, it's super fun on the GPD WIN.

Controller support works, It's a bit mental trying to play this on the vive using bigscreen, really quite amazing and it's fun to sort of just sit there and have all this stuff fly at you.

Even without the solid gameplay the soundtrack is good too, it's very memorable as "late 90's". Good little arcade shooter, great on sale and will run on a potato.. N2O: Nitrous Oxide was one of my favorite games on the PlayStation system. With graphics that are highly saturated, and trippy, with its high velocity game play, and an experience that is enhanced by the electronica band The Crystal Method cut into the mix, it's a concoction that might not fare well with those prone to epilepsy or motion-sickness, but for those of us who can stomach it, it is an absolute thrill ride.

The game mechanics are simple enough. You pilot a perpetually moving ship through a tunnel and shoot at everything in 360 degree movement. Shoot bugs to explode them and collect coins. If you shoot at the coins their color changes as their value goes up. You run them over to collect them. You can grab power-ups such as extra temporary cool weapons or shields. Shoot the mushrooms enough times to gain admission to bonus levels. The more insects you shoot the faster you travel through the tunnel.

The levels amp up difficulty in a way that isn't jarring or shocking to your system, however, if you're anything like me, this doesn't deter from frequent long strings of obscenities due to stress reactions. If I could describe this game in one word I'd have to say this game is smooth. Smooth, as a jet rocket in a wind tunnel, smooth.

This might sound basic but it is a game that is just simple, straight-forward stuff (excuse the alliteration) with some twists. Nowadays, games are so overly weighed down it's nice to go back to basic. Having said that, it would be interesting to see what this game would look like on today's game engines...

(I would recommend playing this game on a controller as it's kinda painful to play on keyboard. Don't forget to fiddle around with the Settings and Controls before starting a game, like I did, because initial setup is wonky.). Played this on PS1 as a kid, it's super fun on the GPD WIN.

Controller support works, It's a bit mental trying to play this on the vive using bigscreen, really quite amazing and it's fun to sort of just sit there and have all this stuff fly at you.

Even without the solid gameplay the soundtrack is good too, it's very memorable as "late 90's". Good little arcade shooter, great on sale and will run on a potato.. This is an emulated 'port' of the ps1 version of the game under some new 'Console Classics' branding\/publisher. (while troubleshooting, Steam even claimed that I was playing 'Ten Pin Alley' so perhaps that's a hint at their future intentions with said branding)

The music, thankfully, seems fully intact but the aspect ratio is set to 16:9 in fullscreen and thus stretched if you aren't playing windowed. All of the buttons use the original PlayStation icons and it wouldn't surpise me to find that the save files are compatible with existing ps1 emulators. (or can be converted)

The resolution options are extremely limited: 320p, 480p, 720p, and 1080p.

At this price I'd still recommend the game but just know that it's a very obvious ps1 port, needs some serious patching, and that you'd probably be better served by just emulating it or purchasing it on PSN for the PS3.

*Updated to reflect that 1080p now works.. Released in 1998 for the PSX, N20 is a tunnel shooter heavily sold on its soundtrack by famed late 90's electronica producers, The Crystal Method.

I don't even listen to techno that much but even the name "The Crystal Method" rings a bit of a bell for me. Turns out their song was in the opening of Splinter Cell, used in a lot of ads and tv commercials well into the mid 2000's, in some movies (DBZ), and in plenty of video games. They're not Daft Punk huge, but they do have a legacy.

A lot of your enjoyment of this game is accentuated by the soundtrack (check any of the other reviews). Not that anyone else's opinion should be relevant on your owns, but this game contains the majority of their first album (with a few remixes). Out of their discography, the first album is generally believed to be their best. And regardless of how it compares to others in the genre or their own history, I concur: the music here is damn good. It's certainly very 90's, but it rings something like F-Zero GX's. Something like<\/i>

Speaking of which, the game itself can certainly stand on its own two feet. It's a tunnel shooter, which means you are going through a tunnel and can move all around its walls whilst taking out incoming enemies. You have to take out a set amount of enemies before facing a boss, and the faster you take out enemies the faster you go. It's actually impressive how fast you can go in a PSX era game whilst maintaining 60 fps. It's reminiscent of F-Zero. The soundtrack was certainly a selling point for the title, but even when I have the game turned down it stands as a competent game of its genre.

The only visible downside this game has is how the levels repeat themselves at the end. There are 30 levels, 15 of which are "version 2" of the levels previously played. Granted, the tunnels you are in move so much and turn in wild ways that you'd be hard pressed to find similarities from level to level (or even recall that this was a previously played level) if it weren't for the backgrounds and bosses. In other words, you wouldn't be able to tell these are levels already played if it weren't for their titles and same backgrounds used.

Otherwise, this game isn't particularly revolutionary or complex. It's a competent tunnel shooter with a noteworthy soundtrack which forms a cumulatively tight experience. At its heart its a simple arcade game. Recommended.. I always loved this game, got it for PS1 from The All Camerican Antichrist Svperstore way back whenever for like $7 bucks or something. I searched a while ago for it on steam with no luck, then noticed it pop up, and had to grab it for $4. E-pills, mushrooms, giant bugs, speed & crazy tunnels. I never did get to the end of the game; if there is one. Oh yeah, and i can't go without mentioning the wicked soundtrack by The Crystal Method which included remixes I had never heard before. 10\/10. I'm a longtime fan of the PS1 original. This is a pretty good port that runs well (fast and stable). It autodetected my USB controllers without issue. It has a few interesting updates over the original, adding X360\/PS4 gamepad support, a tutorial level, achievements, and a shorter game (15 levels) if you select Easy difficulty. Load times are substantially faster than the PS1 and PSP releases. All the old codes work, nothing's been taken out, and the new additions don't change or get in the way of the gameplay that made this one a classic. Great visuals and soundtrack, rock-solid gameplay. The original game is still pretty cheap and easy to find, but this version will be the main one I play from here on.. Hell yeah! As awesome as I remember it. Fly down looping tubes and shoot bugs. Great soundtrack. There are a lot more special subweapons than I remember and the scoring system is absolutely clever. It rewards passing enemies in the tube and letting them swap colors and power up and then chaining together enemy kills that share colors. unlike most shooters your score is actually used for something. After each level you use the credits you have accumulated to buy screen clearing bombs or more points, which is like buying more lives. So there is a tension between how much do you think you are going to want to sweep the screen and how much you think you are going to die. There are a lot of little bonuses in each level that can only be earned with specific methods, shooting things in certain orders etc.

The only negative thing I can say about it is the draw distance is abysmally short. This is usually hidden by the bending in the tubes so enemies can creep right up on you. But that is a function of the \u2665\u2665\u2665\u2665\u2665\u2665 ps1 hardware the original developers had to work with and it doesn't detract from the game too much.. This is an emulated 'port' of the ps1 version of the game under some new 'Console Classics' branding\/publisher. (while troubleshooting, Steam even claimed that I was playing 'Ten Pin Alley' so perhaps that's a hint at their future intentions with said branding)

The music, thankfully, seems fully intact but the aspect ratio is set to 16:9 in fullscreen and thus stretched if you aren't playing windowed. All of the buttons use the original PlayStation icons and it wouldn't surpise me to find that the save files are compatible with existing ps1 emulators. (or can be converted)

The resolution options are extremely limited: 320p, 480p, 720p, and 1080p.

At this price I'd still recommend the game but just know that it's a very obvious ps1 port, needs some serious patching, and that you'd probably be better served by just emulating it or purchasing it on PSN for the PS3.

*Updated to reflect that 1080p now works.



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