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TwilightV

That part about getting videogames is a huge pile. People are constantly whining that there aren't enough games for download. >:V

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yes, comic, I did see that Mega 64 video too. It was funny.

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TwilightV wrote:

That part about getting videogames is a huge pile. People are constantly whining that there aren't enough games for download. >:V

Not on PC, pretty much everything on PC is downloadable. It's really only Nintendo only gamers that think there aren't enough game to download out there.

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That Pokemon one about shiny Pokemon is so true. My brother is constantly complaing about how all the kids on there all have legendary shiny pokemon. He actually has 4 legit shiny ones, and is onlt missing 3 Pokemon out of the whole series. Freaking action replay...
This is pretty true, and that's why I think arcade games still have a place, and storylines that you still need to play the game to see, especially since Youtube is in SD, and not surround sound.
There's still fun games, but I agree that the combination of immature cheating kids playing M games and immature grown-ups saying it's ok is nonsense.

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RR529

I miss when games seemed to have an air of mystery surrounding them, and as a kid they seemed more magical (as everything did).

On the other side of the coin, though, I starting to love this new digital era, where even on a budget you can get good games for a price you can afford (new stuff like Liberation Maiden, Cave Story, & NightSky, and classics like Link's Awakening, Metroid II, & the Sword of Hope II), while still being able to support the devs. Also, even though the mystery of games is gone, I think trading it for communication with you fine folks here at NL is a worthwhile tradeoff

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If you want to enjoy the game, feel free to play it in the way it was intended!

My little brother plays B/W with cheats,While I play it the way it was created.
Literally,Gaming was better back in the 80's,90's,and early 2000's.

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I played with cheates back in the day. It was called Gameshark. Lots if people I knew had them, actually.

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CanisWolfred wrote:

I played with cheates back in the day. It was called Gameshark. Lots if people I knew had them, actually.

I'm pretty sure everyone did, but the difference was that online interaction wasn't available. Exposing glitches is still considered ok, but doing it online is just being a coward. Action replay has ruined Metroid Prime Hunters, Mario Kart, Pokemon, and other games, too. I'd rather lose a rank than play with a cheater.

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SCAR392 wrote:

CanisWolfred wrote:

I played with cheates back in the day. It was called Gameshark. Lots if people I knew had them, actually.

I'm pretty sure everyone did, but the difference was that online interaction wasn't available. Exposing glitches is still considered ok, but doing it online is just being a coward. Action replay has ruined Metroid Prime Hunters, Mario Kart, Pokemon, and other games, too. I'd rather lose a rank than play with a cheater.

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RR529 wrote:

I miss when games seemed to have an air of mystery surrounding them, and as a kid they seemed more magical (as everything did).

On the other side of the coin, though, I starting to love this new digital era, where even on a budget you can get good games for a price you can afford (new stuff like Liberation Maiden, Cave Story, & NightSky, and classics like Link's Awakening, Metroid II, & the Sword of Hope II), while still being able to support the devs. Also, even though the mystery of games is gone, I think trading it for communication with you fine folks here at NL is a worthwhile tradeoff

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