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381. Posted: Thu 5th Apr 2012 04:52 BST
One of the best shmups ever - probably the originator of the genre - is on Atari 2600. Aaaah, retro goodness. If anyone has a working 2600, this game should be in your library.
I agree with this!I also have the manual for this game and it amazes me to see all the imagination and, well, actual effort put into these old Atari manuals.
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382. Posted: Tue 10th Apr 2012 01:11 BST
I just got a GBA after losing mine and I was wondering if someone would reccomend me some games aside from the obvious Marios and Zeldas.
Edited on Tue 10th April, 2012 @ 01:11 by Torchwood
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383. Posted: Tue 10th Apr 2012 01:15 BST
Castlevania Aria of Sorrow is a good one if you like Metroidvania style.
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384. Posted: Tue 10th Apr 2012 01:22 BST
I don't particularly like that style of gameplay and it's pretty expensive. Do you have anything else you'd recommend?
385. Posted: Tue 10th Apr 2012 01:29 BST
Not sure if you like Megaman games but There is Megaman & Bass as well as the Megaman Zero games. Oh and Mario and Luigi Superstar Saga.
386. Posted: Tue 10th Apr 2012 01:32 BST
I'm getting Megaman and Bass and I'll be sure to get Mario and Luigi!
387. Posted: Tue 10th Apr 2012 01:36 BST
But any 3rd Party games you'd reccomend? RPGs are fine but I'd like something different.
388. Posted: Tue 10th Apr 2012 01:41 BST
@JuLeDoSDragon's Curse on VCOnly a bit of an RPG
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389. Posted: Tue 10th Apr 2012 01:42 BST
I meant for GBA, but what platform is that for?
390. Posted: Wed 11th Apr 2012 16:55 BST
There's no question about it, this is easily the toughest Classic Mega Man in there is known to Robo-kind. Magic, Burner and Dynamo man were pure torture to take down. While King Stage 2's Boss is the toughest boss battle out of all the MM games in my opinion. Although i haven't fully played 6 or 7, so 'those' aside...
And make note of how many times you die against King's flying Tank boss, I'm counting maybe 50. lol
Edited on Wed 11th April, 2012 @ 17:01 by WaveyChristmas
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391. Posted: Wed 11th Apr 2012 17:03 BST
Something Different and something cheap? There goes a lot of good GBA games unfortunately. How about Drill Dozer? That's not third-party, though.
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392. Posted: Wed 11th Apr 2012 20:00 BST
I was actually looking into Drill Dozer! I may pick it up. Since most of the GBAs library is RPGs, can someone recommend a RPG that isn't strategy tactical( Fire Emblem style)?
393. Posted: Wed 11th Apr 2012 20:06 BST
Since most of the GBAs library is RPGs...
I was more referring to the cheap part, actually. There are plenty of non-RPGs, it's just that they're either expensive or not very good.
Anyways, I can't find any RPGs under $20 now. Breath of Fire is just barely under. Actually, both Summon Nights are cheap. I liked those games. Also, I see that Gunstar Super Heroes went way down in price. That game is amazing. Go get it. Then there's Boktai (forgot the first one still goes for a decent price). Oh and Klonoa 1 and 2.
Edited on Wed 11th April, 2012 @ 20:16 by CanisWolfred
394. Posted: Wed 11th Apr 2012 20:51 BST
Hmm, disregarding price and genre completely, could I just have a list of your top ten GBA games? It would be really helpful, and I'll just go ahead and give you a list of the ones I have, or will get very soon.Zelda Minish CapMegaman Battle Network 4Megaman and BassFinal Fantasy 4 and 5(possibly 6)Wario Land 4Super Mario Advance (all 4)Pokemon PinballSega Smash PackPokemon Pinball Ruby and SapphireKingdom Hearts Chain of MemoriesMario and Luigi SuperStar SagaDrill Dozer
395. Posted: Sat 14th Apr 2012 14:34 BST
My top ten GBA games are: 10. Mickie and Minnies Magical Quest.9. Sonic Advanced 38. DragonballZ the legacy of goku (hard)7. Classic NES series Metroid (My first Nintendo game.)6.Mario Kart Super Circuit5. Pokemon Fire red4. Pokemon Ruby3. Mario advanced (Super mario 2)2. Mario advanced( super mario world)1. POKEMON EMERALD!
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396. Posted: Sat 14th Apr 2012 14:38 BST
has anyone ever played journey to silius? is it good?
397. Posted: Sat 14th Apr 2012 17:01 BST
Nah, it looks pretty solid though, definitly going to get it down the line to plunk it my NesterNES Retro collection And it's got one awesome Heavy pulsating soundtrack that's for sure. And speaking of Journey to Silius, does anybody else find a crazy simularity between these 2 tracks? This is an 80's track by Pseudo Echo, and it sounds strangely simular once the beat kicks in at 0:16 in comparison to Stage 3 in Journey to Silious. Note the PE song came out before the game
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Edited on Sat 14th April, 2012 @ 17:05 by WaveyChristmas
398. Posted: Mon 16th Apr 2012 00:46 BST
Has anyone here played NES games on an HD TV? How bad does it look? I think my current tube TV is dead for good, and I won't be able to find a replacement for awhile. I have a ton of NES games I want to play so it really sucks waiting. Any settings I could mess around with that make it look bearable?
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399. Posted: Mon 16th Apr 2012 13:45 BST
Honestly dude? Not too good. The main reason is because of the awful dithering effect that comes with it whenever the background starts scrolling. I can't bare it on either my Plasma or LCD. You're better off getting a small CRT Tube TV at an electronics pawn shop. The good news? They're cheap as hell! For retro gaming, I'd say a 20"-27" will be your best bet.
I may have to look into replacing my 20" Sony 92' Tube TV if in fact the menu controls really are broken on it. Talk about a Beetlejuice bummer!
Edited on Mon 16th April, 2012 @ 13:46 by WaveyChristmas
400. Posted: Tue 17th Apr 2012 02:20 BST
Retro_on_theGo wrote:Has anyone here played NES games on an HD TV? How bad does it look? I think my current tube TV is dead for good, and I won't be able to find a replacement for awhile. I have a ton of NES games I want to play so it really sucks waiting. Any settings I could mess around with that make it look bearable?Honestly dude? Not too good. The main reason is because of the awful dithering effect that comes with it whenever the background starts scrolling. I can't bare it on either my Plasma or LCD. You're better off getting a small CRT Tube TV at an electronics pawn shop. The good news? They're cheap as hell! For retro gaming, I'd say a 20"-27" will be your best bet.I may have to look into replacing my 20" Sony 92' Tube TV if in fact the menu controls really are broken on it. Talk about a Beetlejuice bummer!
Geez, that's a bummer! Would you say they look decent enough to play while I get a new CRT TV? I really want to play SMB 2. lol