Topic: We Definitely Need More GameBoy Color Titles

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iphys wrote:

I'd be happy if they gave us colour palettes for the first-generation GB games, but yeah, it is pretty noticeable how few GBC games there are.

I would LOVE it if they gave GB games their SGB color palettes. While some games had specific palettes and borders, all games had a pre-set palettes (coded into the SGB?). Maybe I've just been spoiled by fan-made emulators having all these features standard.

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James wrote:

I just started replaying Super Mario Bros. Deluxe on my GBC. This needs to come to the VC by the year's end or there'll be trouble.

Good heavens Nintendo, listen to this man and sell us this again!

It's easily my favorite version of the game, and I have no clue what happened to my cart.

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TheDreamingHawk wrote:

You know that GB games in GBC look terrible, right? Look at Kirby's dream land and wario land and you will see what I mean.

Who cares? Wouldn't it be a nice option? I see nothing wrong with having more options other than black and white or shades of green.
Or they could at least add Super GameBoy support. Donkey Kong and Metroid 2 in color. Didn't they have borders, too?


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Donkey Kong was the first game especially designed for the SGB.
(the other JP launch game was Tetris Flash, though that only added a color title screen, maybe a border, and a custom color palette that was BARELY different from the default SGB palette. The game was previously released in the US as Tetris 2 without SGB support, though I hear there was a US 1.1 version that did include SGB enhancements.)

Metroid II was released long before the SGB was envisioned.



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There are really very few GBC games in comparison to how many GB games there are.

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Bass_X0 wrote:

There are really very few GBC games in comparison to how many GB games there are.

I'm pretty sure theres a few more than 4 though..just maybe..

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Well, Look at Kirby's pinball land. The colors are wrong, sometimes only one half of an enemy is colored right (The other is blank, which looks funny.)

I have a feeling we will see SGB borders one day.

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I still think the pokemon games would make a great addition, even if multiplayer is left out (Please add multiplayer though nintendo).

Cheap prequels are an easy way to get people into game series, which is how I got into the Zelda series.

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Crystalline wrote:

The Legend Of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons & Ages. Nuff Said.

Ditto! These are both brilliant games, probably the most underappreciated of all the Zelda titles (save for Minish Cap.) Great games, and they are in the fashion of Link's Awakening (same design, etc.) Bring it on, Nintendo!

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Crystalline wrote:

The Legend Of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons & Ages. Nuff Said.

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I'm all for the Legend of Zelda Oracle games, but Super Mario Bros Deluxe... eh, while new features are nice, the screen size of the Game Boy Color cut down on visibility (you can't see as far to the left or right, and even up/ down is a problem at times. Yes, I am aware that pressing up/ down makes the camera pan that way, but it slows the pacing a bit I find). So, I'm rather content with the NES VC version on my 3DS.

One other game I'd want, is Kirby Tilt N Tumble. But, I have no idea if they could get the 3DS gyro sensor to emulate the original game properly. It might qualify as "too advanced". Then again, I'm not a programmer/ tech wizard so, who knows.

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^What about Revelations: the Demon Slayer by Atlus. It's a spinoff of the SMT series, I believe.


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