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1. Posted: Wed 30th Jan 2013 10:41 GMT
I got this game the other day and I'm completely new to the series, so naturally I got horribly lost and died repeatedly. Does anyone have any beginners' tips for this game? Also, can you ever go back to a stage you've completed, and is it possible to miss an upgrade or something by going to the next stage without exploring?
always thought I'd change to Gyarados after I turned 20 but hey, this is more fitting I guess. (also somebody registered under the original Magikarp name and I can't get back to it anymore orz)
2. Posted: Sat 9th Mar 2013 14:11 GMT
Did you ever get any further? I've beaten this game, but not since it was new on the NES, so I don't remember much. You might try one of the walkthroughs on GameFAQs (it's in the NES section, not 3DS).
So how does the game hold up? I'm currently trying to decide between this and Enemy Below for my 3DS. I've never played Enemy Below, but I like the graphics better on the NES version, so I'm torn. And from what I hear, they're too similar to justify getting both.
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3. Posted: Sat 9th Mar 2013 16:57 GMT
It's been awhile since I played and I don't know if I played too far, but I think you can go back to other stages. From what I heard, you need the power-ups to reach other stages (and you get them by defeating bosses) so you shouldn't miss them.
4. Posted: Sat 23rd Mar 2013 15:30 GMT
There's also Blaster Master: Enemy Below, which is like a "Master Quest" to Ocarina of Time, such as different layouts with harder levels.
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