View Full Version : PSX version VS Saturn version

20th March 2005, 12:29 PM
I've always played wipeout on Saturn, because i didn't have the PSX.
Now that i've PS2, i've also the PSX version... do you know they're really different?
The graphics are a little better on PSX. Better framerate and transparency.
But the physic model is a sort of mix between wipeout and wipeout2097.
When you hit a wall, in the PSX version is easy to turn over... in the saturn version instead of turnover there's a bouncing effect.
I'm a modest runner in the Saturn version, but when i put the PSX version i cannot run without getting always turnover :D

The conversion was by Perfect Enterntainment... and i think they done a good work :)

Rapier Racer
21st March 2005, 09:05 AM
Scroll down to the bottom of this page, there are two Wipeout Videos, footage from Wipeout and footage from 2097, I think they are both from the Saturn versions, at least I can confirm that thatís not PS1 2097, it looks different and I donít recognise the music


heh you've probably seen these but


fast 2097 trialer

I also just watched the Wipeout Fusion TV trailer, hmm

21st March 2005, 10:58 AM
You must have bought Quicktime Pro in order to watch the 2097 trailer, which of course I won't do just for that. A pitty though. :|


21st March 2005, 11:08 AM
You can watch a smaller version, i still think it's the same.

21st March 2005, 11:28 AM
*outing myself as incapable of reading webpages*... where do I find the smaller version? *g*

Oh my, I need a Mac. Look at what the patch adds to the Mac version of 2097: "Support for Full Screen Anti-Aliasing." Damn it! ;)


EDIT: Forget my question. I just found it. I somehow implied that you would need to "download Quicktime Pro" in order to "watch in 320x240". :)

21st March 2005, 11:30 AM

try this

13th May 2005, 12:56 PM
if anyone has the saturn version of wipeout, Tim Wright (cold storage) is requesting copies of the 3 saturn exclusive tracks Brickbat, Planet 9 and Poison to be sent to him. He doesn't remember making these tracks so it's a mystery that they are under his name.


Dogg Thang
13th May 2005, 01:17 PM
Cool, I have the saturn version although won't able to get to it until later in the weekend. I'll mail him then and see if he still wants them (I'd imagine many people must still have it). As far as I remember, the tracks certainly sound like his.

23rd May 2005, 02:30 PM
So what happened about this - did he make the tracks?

Tim Rocks :twisted:

24th May 2005, 12:47 AM
This is the tracklisting from Wipeout Sega
I got this from http://www.discogs.com/release/374217
I emailed Tim and let him know the details, and sent the tracks through to him
Tim informed me that Rob Lord worked for PC Music, and he hadn't heard of Mark Bandola

Wipeout Sega
Game Soundtrack (1995)

01 Cold Storage - Cairodrome (5:15)
02 Cold Storage - Cardinal Dancer (5:22)
03 Cold Storage - Cold Comfort (5:05)
04 Cold Storage - Doh-T (5:15)
05 Cold Storage - Messij (5:16)
06 Cold Storage - Operatique (5:18)
07 Cold Storage - Tentative (5:26)
08 Cold Storage - Trancevaal (5:07)
09 Rob Lord & Mark Bandola - Brickbat (5:59)
10 Rob Lord & Mark Bandola - Planet 9 (4:43)
11 Rob Lord & Mark Bandola - Poison (5:18)

I am still trying to get hold of the Wipeout 64 songs off the N64 Anthems compilation

24th May 2005, 02:19 PM
Inter-roasting... what we need is every wipeout backing track EVER - on one disc/umd/memorystick/website


Oh yes.