Nope they didn't, which is one of the (many) factors that caused the DC to fail.PokeParadox posted on Mar 29 2006 at 02:46 PM said:I think EA did release games on the DC... so.
xnopasaranx posted on Mar 29 2006 at 07:17 PM said:hahaha what would you call that system though? Maybe you would develop "hardware" to play retro games and then call it the "re-turd revolution"??? okay that was a really dumb joke, I have to apologize...
Hey, I didn't have any corn!and 4 yellow buttons
An even longer delay, do you mean? No, I'm not going to jump ship... I've got more than enough that I want to do on the GP2X still. I'm not planning on developing for the Gizmondo in the near future - my purchases were purely because it was a good time to buy. 50 UKP for a brand new handheld console is not to be sniffed at. The console's a nice shape, has good hardware, and I have to admire the ambition of it all. Richard Burns Rally is a great tech demo, but not as playable as it should be for a handheld game. I don't know about any of the other stuff that got released for it yet.DaveC posted on Mar 29 2006 at 06:58 PM said:
Yeah, I've bought a second myself whilst they are available and cheap. I keep putting things off, but I don't know how long I can put off playing with the hardware, and people keep sending me Giz related goodies via email, mail, etc. Not fair!critical posted on Mar 29 2006 at 06:49 PM said:
Don't listen to the voices... there's no harm just downloading a toolchain though...Squidge posted on Mar 29 2006 at 10:47 PM said:Yeah, I've bought a second myself whilst they are available and cheap. I keep putting things off, but I don't know how long I can put off playing with the hardware, and people keep sending me Giz related goodies via email, mail, etc. Not fair!critical posted on Mar 29 2006 at 06:49 PM said:
That, and the fact that someone posted examples from the leaked SDK (sadly without the libs)Squidge posted on Mar 30 2006 at 09:26 PM said:GizmondoForums seems to be under fire due to the files they are hosting. There's a megadrive emulator that'll only play one rom (the rom in embedded inside the exe), so they are probably hosting links to various exe's with different roms included for newbies? I've not checked thoroughly.
Cracked as in open for free development? Last I heard Firefly had to sign apps before they're released...Fishbong posted on Mar 29 2006 at 08:42 PM said: