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181. Posted: Wed 3rd Nov 2010 01:56 GMT
Hi everyone, I was recently thinking that I have missed a lot of treasures at the GCN level and was thinking of looking for some, I loved Eternal Darkness and Beyond Good and Evil, and what I realized is that I like adventure games with a good story but not particularly difficult game play. Like maybe there is a trick to beating the boss monsters but once you figure it out it is not that hard to pull off, at the same time i don't want it too easy either. More up to date I like Twilight Princess (this was my first try at zelda) and Resident Evil 4 both were wii versions. Not sure how clear I made myself but does anyone have any ideas, thanks
You might want to look into The Legend of Zelda the Wind Waker, Metal Gear Solid:The Twin Snakes, Prince of Persia:the Sands of Time, Tomb Raider:Legend, and maybe even Resident Evil 0 if you don't mind tank controls.
I'll mention Lost Kingdoms 2 as well but the story is not such a big part of that game -but it's fun and it's there. Also Star Fox Adventures is just like Zelda; but I hated the shooting segments, especially later with the difficult teradactyl dragoon bit.
Edited on Wed 3rd November, 2010 @ 02:09 by Gamesake
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182. Posted: Wed 3rd Nov 2010 03:35 GMT
Should I get a Sega CD?
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183. Posted: Wed 3rd Nov 2010 03:43 GMT
I guess it depends on how much it costs and what games you're looking to play. Why not upgrade to a Dreamcast instead? They both cost the same used.
184. Posted: Sat 5th Feb 2011 22:27 GMT
Should I get a Gameboy Micro or a second Gameboy SP?
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185. Posted: Sat 5th Feb 2011 23:35 GMT
Personally I always liked the design of the Gameboy SP. I liked the clamshell design so that way the screen doesnt get all scratched up in your pocket.
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186. Posted: Sun 6th Feb 2011 02:34 GMT
I say you should get one. It may be full of FMV crap, but it has some great games like Sonic CD, Silpheed, Shining Force CD, and Final Fight CD.
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187. Posted: Wed 23rd Feb 2011 17:55 GMT
i dunno if anybody knows this but there is a gameboy player 2 that can play more games on it and gameboy color games
188. Posted: Wed 23rd Feb 2011 21:33 GMT
Getting SEGA Classics Collection for £4.
Even if it's not that good at least it's a good deal considering that many of the games are SEGA AGES remakes.
Not exactly a recommendation but if you want a compilation that is slightly different to the other Mega Drive/Genesis Collections then this is one you should look out for...should be about $8 in the US and for 7 games remade that isn't so bad.
Edited on Wed 23rd February, 2011 @ 21:35 by Lotice-Paladin
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189. Posted: Thu 24th Feb 2011 00:20 GMT
I bought a copy of Game & Watch Gallery 4 used months ago, and I had to return it because the save mechanism wasn't working.
I found the game on Amazon, with a 99% seller rating with over 13,000 ratings. The game will be about $14 or so (after shipping). Should I get it and see if this copy will work?
Edited on Thu 24th February, 2011 @ 00:22 by The_Ink_Pit_Ox
190. Posted: Thu 24th Feb 2011 17:57 GMT
$14 is a good deal so you should check it out but of course return it if the game won't save.
191. Posted: Fri 25th Feb 2011 04:44 GMT
Ok. I'm too young to remember the G&W, but I liked the compilation when I first got it.
192. Posted: Mon 18th Apr 2011 17:50 BST
Just bought an SNES system today. Any recommendations for games? Preferably nothing on VC though.
My current to get list is rather small.
Robo TrekSecret of EvermoreLufiaTwisted Tales of Spike McFang
I know I am missing a lot of good stuff.
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193. Posted: Mon 18th Apr 2011 17:56 BST
Just bought an SNES system today. Any recommendations for games? Preferably nothing on VC though.My current to get list is rather small.Robo TrekSecret of EvermoreLufiaTwisted Tales of Spike McFangI know I am missing a lot of good stuff.
What type of games are you looking for RPG, Sports, Action?
194. Posted: Mon 18th Apr 2011 18:05 BST
@JayArrTry to get a copy of Shaq-FuIt's the best SNES game Ever made.You can trust me JR
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195. Posted: Mon 18th Apr 2011 18:16 BST
@Task - I like all games.
@Jumpy. - I said SNES not Genesis, which is the only way to play Shaq-Fu in my opinion. =]
196. Posted: Mon 18th Apr 2011 18:17 BST
As long as you get that get the SNES version of Mortal Kombat its waaaaay better than the Genesis version
In all serious some of the best SNES are on the VC already so I dont know what all I can recommend thats not going to be expensive but here it goes.
The Adventures of Batman and Robin (Especially if you liked the 90's animated series)Batman Returns (IMO the best video game based off of a movie ever. It even used Danny Elfmans soundtrack)Battletoads & Double DragonBreath of Fire Breath of Fire 2AladdinLion KingEarthworm JimIllusion of GaiaJoe and MacThe Magical Quest starring Mickey MouseMegaman X2Megaman X3Killer InstinctStar FoxSuper Mario World 2 Yoshis IslandTMNT IV: Turtles in Time
Thats all I can think of now but that should get you started.
Edited on Mon 18th April, 2011 @ 18:34 by Tasuki
197. Posted: Wed 20th Apr 2011 14:15 BST
Can I just say that the best retro item I have ever purchased has to be a Gameboy Advance SP. I bought it a month or two ago, and because of the clamshell design the screen is in perfect condition, no scratches at all.
I bought Super Mario Kart Advance with it at the time, but the games that I have really played since getting it are all of my old gameboy and gameboy colour games. Don't get me wrong, I have always been big on playing these games on my game boy colour, but was finding it harder and harder to play because of the glare and lack of backlight (no idea how I used to play all the time). With the added advantage of the backlight, the SP has created a bit of a gameboy renaissance in my life.
I have started purchasing some of the titles I never owned (Which are all cheap), and I am getting so much fun, enjoyment and plenty of hours of gaming on the cheap, whilst the backlight means I can go back and replay my old favourites (fortunately these all seem to have save files, so they are perfect for a level here or there).
The games that I have are:
Super Mario LandSuper Mario Land 2Wario Land: Super Mario Land 3Donkey Kong LandDonkey Kong Land 3Wario Land 3Donkey KongAdventure IslandDr. MarioKid Icarus: Of Myths and MonstersGameboy GalleryPokemon BluePokemon SilverLegend of Zelda: Oracle of Ages
Currently bidding on:Donkey Kong Land 2BattletoadsLinks Awakening DX
Are there are any other gems that I am missing out on?
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198. Posted: Wed 20th Apr 2011 15:41 BST
@noblo601 I second that, I just bought a Gameboy Advance SP and it is awesome! My first three games I have bought for it are Link's Awakening DX, Metroid: Fusion and Metroid: Zero Mission. Currently playing Link's Awakening. After those games I will be picking up the 3 GBA Castlevania's . As for GB games that were not included on your list I would add Gargoyle's Quest!
@JayArr Add Demon's Crest to the SNES list!
Edited on Wed 20th April, 2011 @ 15:45 by Ryno
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199. Posted: Wed 20th Apr 2011 19:18 BST
@noblo601: Yeah the GBA SP was a great system I still have mine mainly to play my old GB games. I also love the fact that the GBA SP and the DS use the same charger.
Some games that I enjoyed that you might want to check out are:
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Fall of the Foot ClanMegaman V (The other four are just remakes of the first four NES games MMV is a completely fresh new story)Tetris (If you have a GB you have to get this one)Double Dragon
200. Posted: Wed 27th Apr 2011 05:08 BST
Yoshi's IslandSoul Blazer
Can I just say that the best retro item I have ever purchased has to be a Gameboy Advance SP. Are there are any other gems that I am missing out on?
Yoshi's IslandCastlevania: Aria of SorrowWarioWareGolden SunThe Legend of Zelda: Minish CapMega Man ZeroNinja Five-OFire EmblemFire Emblem: The Sacred Stones
Edited on Wed 27th April, 2011 @ 06:20 by Gamesake