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1. Posted: Wed 26th Aug 2009 06:36 BST
My local classic video game store has an NES Advantage in stock. I'm considering getting it, hoping it'll make Top Gun and Marble Madness easier to play.
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2. Posted: Wed 26th Aug 2009 06:39 BST
Depends on much they are offering for it
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3. Posted: Wed 26th Aug 2009 07:39 BST
If it's too much, I could always get it off of ebay.
4. Posted: Wed 26th Aug 2009 07:49 BST
I got one just to play Ms. Pacman--what a great investment!
5. Posted: Wed 26th Aug 2009 07:52 BST
You should get one of those retrousb adapters so you can use it on the Wii to play VC games.
6. Posted: Wed 26th Aug 2009 17:08 BST
That'd be cool.
7. Posted: Fri 28th Aug 2009 17:27 BST
Yes. Definitely. And also pick up an adapter from RetroUSB like brooks83 said. The Advantage is an excellent joystick, great for VC with the adapter. You can also use it for some non-NES games if they only require 2-button input (TG16, some Genesis, etc).
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8. Posted: Fri 28th Aug 2009 20:11 BST
I could use it for Donkey Kong and Mario Bros. I'm asking for it for Christmas.
9. Posted: Fri 28th Aug 2009 20:21 BST
Yeah, that sounds cool. I don't know why so many people hated the Advantage.
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10. Posted: Fri 28th Aug 2009 21:26 BST
I loved the Advantage. I'd say hurry and buy it before someone else does.
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11. Posted: Sat 29th Aug 2009 03:38 BST
The Advantage is an excellent joystick, great for VC with the adapter. You can also use it for some non-NES games if they only require 2-button input (TG16, some Genesis, etc).
It'd be especially good in non-NES games for situations that require you to press the A or B button repeatedly!
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