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Rodland now on PS4/PS5
Posted on 25-Jan-2021 18:53:19
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Yes, an A500 Classic has been relaunched on the PSN Store! I can't see any mention of the Amiga but hardly anyone remembers the platform I guess

Still great news!

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Re: Rodland now on PS4/PS5
Posted on 25-Jan-2021 19:04:59
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@BigD

The game didn't originate on the Amiga so I don't see why it or any of the many other systems that received a port would need mentioning.

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@Rob

Ok, didn't know that, but I guess I'd never heard of Snow Bros. either until it got a belated Amiga release! Snow Bros. is an Amiga gem and I've heard good things about Rodland too.

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@BigD

...and Snow Bros is based on the 1990 Toaplan coin-op.

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@Cheese

Yeah, I knew that I’m just saying I never saw the arcade machine as a kid and didn’t know how great it was (as good as Parasol Stars) until the late Amiga abandonware release! I loved Pang! though as they had it at my Grandma’s local Spa shop for 5 years! The Amiga conversion was perfect!

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@BigD

When Mark Smith (Retro Core) covered Snow Bros on his Battle of the Ports series he rated the Amiga version as being better than the arcade original.

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