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21. Posted: Tue 22nd Jun 2010 21:34 BST
Thanks. So basically it's a bunch of added features rather than a hint system.
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22. Posted: Tue 22nd Jun 2010 21:42 BST
Yeah, its not a hint system. I don't think WW needs a hint system, anyway
23. Posted: Tue 22nd Jun 2010 22:09 BST
I gotta get back to that game sometime.
24. Posted: Tue 22nd Jun 2010 23:05 BST
So I tried playing The Guardian Legend using the NES Advantage.I set the NES advantage on a desk so I'd have a solid surface.
It still moves around too much when I use the joystick.Does anyone have any solutions for this dilemma?[I probably don't want to use mounting tape as it may remove the finish on my desk]
25. Posted: Wed 23rd Jun 2010 03:35 BST
Thunder Force 2, 3, and 4 for $30 buy now with free shipping. Should I get it?
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26. Posted: Wed 23rd Jun 2010 03:57 BST
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27. Posted: Wed 23rd Jun 2010 21:06 BST
I'm looking to sell Star Wars Episode I Racer. I've become rather disinterested in it. I'll probably get $5 at most.
28. Posted: Thu 24th Jun 2010 03:23 BST
Haha! Glad you stopped me. I finally did up my checkbook, and as it turns out, I would've been short a couple dollars if I got it.
29. Posted: Thu 24th Jun 2010 03:25 BST
@Starfox- Keep it. You'll eventually wanna play it years from now and you'll be like, Crap, I sold that game, and I really wanna play it right now! NNNOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!
U get the point, right?
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30. Posted: Thu 24th Jun 2010 04:24 BST
@Starfox- Keep it. You'll eventually wanna play it years from now and you'll be like, Crap, I sold that game, and I really wanna play it right now! NNNOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!U get the point, right?
He's right. If you got the space, and you got the money, there's no need to sell it. Trust me, if you'll be wanting to play it again someday, just to relive the memories. Or just for the helluvit. Keep it. Keep it until you need to get rid of it. Not before.
31. Posted: Thu 24th Jun 2010 06:28 BST
Thanks. It is a racing game, after all. I do enjoy racing games, and it was my favorite of the prequels (Annie was nicely innocent, whereas Annakin was a brat).
32. Posted: Thu 24th Jun 2010 20:55 BST
OK, I'm considering selling my dogbone NES controller since my sister almost never plays video games anymore, and I already have a second NES controller (classic style). Should I?
33. Posted: Thu 24th Jun 2010 21:57 BST
Depends on the going price. If it goes for a decent price, I'd say sell it. A lot of people say the Dog Bone controller is more comfortable, so it wouldn't be too hard to imagine you could off it for $10-15. Of course, if it doesn't go for that much, you might as well keep it in case your other controllers break or you get arthritis and can't use the Rectangular ones.
34. Posted: Fri 25th Jun 2010 02:01 BST
NES controllers break constantly, so I would keep it.I have about 6 standard controllers and wouldn't sell any of them because I'd like to be able to replace one instantly if something's wrong with the one I'm using.
35. Posted: Fri 25th Jun 2010 02:45 BST
I'm also considering looking into getting another NES. My current toploader is showing signs of wear. It'll occasionally screw up. Just today, my character on TMNT turned into ASCII code.
Yes, I've tried the classic "blowing into the cartridge". It works often. If that doesn't, then I just remove and re-insert.
Edited on Fri 25th June, 2010 @ 02:46 by The_Ink_Pit_Ox
36. Posted: Sat 26th Jun 2010 16:06 BST
Should I sell my Nintendo 64? I only have 5 games that I enjoy playing on it, and 3 of them are already on the VC. Plus, it'll be boxed up once I get my Sega Genesis anyways. I suppose if there are enough games that I'd want to get for it, I'd keep it, but it seems as if there are only 4 games worth buying on the thing, and most are stupid expensive. Any suggestions?
Edited on Sat 26th June, 2010 @ 16:57 by CanisWolfred
37. Posted: Sat 26th Jun 2010 17:06 BST
Don't, because there are plenty of N64 games you might want that won't be coming to the N64 any time soon. If you want those games on your Wii, you can sell them, but don't sell your N64 unless you can do without the other two games.
My N64 has Diddy Kong Racing, which won't be on the VC for quite awhile due to issues with Rare. I might trade in Super Mario 64, however.
38. Posted: Sat 26th Jun 2010 17:42 BST
Don't, because there are plenty of N64 games you might want that won't be coming to the N64 any time soon. If you want those games on your Wii, you can sell them, but don't sell your N64 unless you can do without the other two games.My N64 has Diddy Kong Racing, which won't be on the VC for quite awhile due to issues with Rare. I might trade in Super Mario 64, however.
I was actually planning on keeping Mega Man 64 and Star Soldier: Vanishing Earth just for pride's sake. I'm sure they'll come to the VC eventually. Most of the games I want for the N64 are either really rare and expensive, so I'd be better off waiting until they came to the VC anyways. The only affordable ones are those 4 that I mentioned I wanted, which are just Doom 64 (which I could borrow from my friend), Wipeout 64 (which is the worst in the series, but I still want it because it's Wipeout), and Turok and Chameleon Twist (which aren't very good good, but I want them for nostalgia's sake). Still, that does leave 5 games that I'd own for the N64, so I guess I'll keep it until I get sick of them and/or they come to the VC.
Also, Diddy Kong Racing is a Nintendo property, so there won't be any issues with Rare.
Edited on Sat 26th June, 2010 @ 17:43 by CanisWolfred
39. Posted: Sat 26th Jun 2010 17:56 BST
The issues with DKR is that it includes Conker and Banjo, both of which are property of Rare, which is why they were omitted from the DS version.
40. Posted: Sat 26th Jun 2010 17:58 BST
And they can remove them from a VC release as well. Which only means it won't be a priority for them just yet.