Revenge of Arcade
In Ms. Pac-Man and Rally-X, the secret lies in tricking your enemies
into pursuing you without catching you. And, as enemy logic dictates
that an enemy must head for your current location instead of your
intended direction, it's not a hard thing to do. Fake them out and
evade them long enough, and they will invariably move closer together
-a great time to devour a Ms. Pac-Man energizer or let a Rally-X smoke
The opposite is true in Motos, in which you want to undermine your
opponents' strength-in-numbers routine by getting rid of the less
powerful enemies first. And remember: it doesn't hurt to push obstacles
together as a backstop for your own vehicle.
Xevious is a crazed affair demanding that you memorize and repeat patterns.
Do the mental preparation, and don't forget to keep your fingers planted
on both weapons at all times.
Mappy enemies have a tendency to pack together as each round progresses.
Use this to your advantage. Close doors as well as open them, and you're
off to a good start.
Start playing Xevious and hold down the fire buttons (Z + X). While holding
them, press [F1] twice and the help options will appear. Release the fire
buttons and close the help options. Your ship will remain firing without
holding the fire buttons.