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101. Posted: Tue 20th Mar 2012 15:06 GMT
Anyone here finished The Last Story already? How long is a single campaign playthrough?
102. Posted: Tue 20th Mar 2012 16:19 GMT
A better place for this question regarding a new and recently released game might be here at The Last Story.
Edited on Tue 20th March, 2012 @ 16:19 by Ryno
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103. Posted: Tue 20th Mar 2012 16:21 GMT
Oh Hagan, that games looks awesome!
104. Posted: Fri 23rd Mar 2012 09:55 GMT
Is Little Samson worth checking out, it's definitly on my 'To Buy list' Yet it seems like a title I'd save for last considering the hefty he-man Price Tag.Cart only for me in this case! It looks like a merger of Mega Man with it's own splash of Pixel humpin' uniqueness. Wasn't this another gem that released later on towards the end of the NES's life span? It just seems like the type of game that should of made a big impact by the looks of things. Same deal with Startropics! But alas' they got the slurpie shaft, and have remained inbetween obscurity and awesomeness, while Little Samson in comparison rose high and above regarding it's Pricey' Man.....The cover alone is something that would of instantly grabbed my attention had i saw it at my local videostore.
Edited on Fri 23rd March, 2012 @ 09:57 by WaveyChristmas
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105. Posted: Fri 23rd Mar 2012 19:22 GMT
@WaveBoylittle samson was one of the very last nes games put out. dont wait too long if yer going to buy it. theres hardly ever any on ebay and the price just goes higher and higher. its a grail in any collectors collection. prices for games like that have more than doubled in the last year and a half.
As @ogo79 said, the SNS-RZ-USA is a prime giveaway that it's not a legit retail cart.
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106. Posted: Sun 25th Mar 2012 09:14 BST
Well, whenever i spontaneously feel like whipping out $80 in the land of Grimmis and Ronald for a cart, i just might! But at this point I'd rather honestly put that money towards Mega Man 7 again if i were to spend that much. Mega Man 6 will most likely be my next Retro buy considering Capcom is taking their sweet a** & goolay' time not releasing it on the Wii's VC forcing the Wavemyster to buy a cart he'd rather not. But, 6 and 7 are the only Mega Boy's I haven't played in the main franchise and it's Killing me harder than a pissed off Purple Jump suite wearing 8-bit Jason Vorhees!
But yup! Atat this point I've been laying low on the retro buys, i've been buying stuff for my place at the moment. It's going to look like some colorful, trippy gorgeous california 80's beach pad. Working on getting an 8x10 Pure white shag rug, some big fake vivid green tropical tree's, a new Panasonic Plasma HDTV and a few other things!
Anyways! I've got my 20" Sony CRT Tube ready and rockin, so the retro buys are even more disirable considering i have them up and running! And Oldgamesonly have you played Ducktales 2 and Chip 'n Dales 2? How do they stack up compared to the originals? They too are pretty dino-damn expensive.
Bubble Bobble 2 is also clearly forbidden....The price on that one is King Hippo INSANE. I'll never in my entire life beable to play that one, unless i download the rom which I'm totaly against and not into.
Edited on Sun 25th March, 2012 @ 09:24 by WaveyChristmas
107. Posted: Sun 25th Mar 2012 09:22 BST
@Waveboy: IMO Ducktales 2 and Chip N Dale 2 were no where near as good as the first ones. The only reason really that are so high is cause they came out late in the end of the NES era. For me though they just didnt have the charm that the first ones did.
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108. Posted: Sun 25th Mar 2012 09:23 BST
Skies of Arcadia the cheapest copy ive found is $90 Australian
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109. Posted: Sun 25th Mar 2012 09:31 BST
Wow thats nuts. I can get a used copy from Gamestop's site for 20 bucks.
110. Posted: Sun 25th Mar 2012 09:35 BST
Good to know! I should of known, you never hear anybody raving about the sequals, it's always the original Ducktales and Chip n Dale that get the funky fame. I've got both, so I'm covered. Also, I'm curious about Home Sweet Home an NES Survival horror/RPG-like title that was never released outside of Japan. Has anybody played this one? I've heard it's pretty damn great. The soundtrack alone is all sorts of amazing.
But beacuse it consists of RPG elements based on the way you battle monsters, I'll most likely never check it out.
111. Posted: Sun 25th Mar 2012 09:57 BST
Might like to mention it's the pal version I can find the american versions fairly cheap I don't know why though
112. Posted: Sun 25th Mar 2012 14:48 BST
@WaveBoyLittle Samson for 80$?that game hits for 250$ mostly these days. i guess yer not talking ntscabout Ducktales 2 and Chip 'n Dales 2: everyone says what Tasuki saidand you can get a cib repro of Sweet Home online:http://www.timewalkgames.com/index.php?main_page=product_info...
Edited on Sun 25th March, 2012 @ 17:21 by ogo79
113. Posted: Mon 26th Mar 2012 03:08 BST
I have Chip 'n Dale 2 because I lucked out and won it for about $10 a few years ago, DuckTales 2 I imported a Famicom cart. Looks like DT2 FC still shouldn't be more than $25 shipped (which if you want to play is still a lot better price than NES. You don't really need to be able to read, I don't think? and unless the GB version has spiked lately it should only be a few bucks if you want a cheap way to play the game.
114. Posted: Mon 26th Mar 2012 19:44 BST
Who's played Evo? I'm a tootsie pop sucker for Dino's and wondering if I should be like the merchant from RE4 and but it at a high price?
Edited on Mon 26th March, 2012 @ 19:46 by Ryno
115. Posted: Mon 26th Mar 2012 19:50 BST
i think you should get it. it will be another one for the collection.as for me im up to no good again, snooping around ebay waiting to strike for ninja gaiden trilogy...
Edited on Mon 26th March, 2012 @ 19:55 by ogo79
116. Posted: Mon 26th Mar 2012 19:55 BST
Do you have a copy OGO? Definitely seems collection worthy. The cart usually goes around for at least $80.00.
117. Posted: Mon 26th Mar 2012 19:56 BST
no i actually almost bought it though loli was watching a play through of it a while back
Edited on Mon 26th March, 2012 @ 20:02 by ogo79
118. Posted: Mon 26th Mar 2012 20:10 BST
Ryno wrote:Do you have a copy OGO? Definitely seems collection worthy. The cart usually goes around for at least $80.00.no i actually almost bought it though loli was watching a play through of it a while back
That is funny you were looking at that game recently. There is a schmuck on Ebay trying to sell a complete copy for $2500.
119. Posted: Mon 26th Mar 2012 22:03 BST
Ryno wrote:Do you have a copy OGO? Definitely seems collection worthy. The cart usually goes around for at least $80.00.no i actually almost bought it though loli was watching a play through of it a while backThat is funny you were looking at that game recently. There is a schmuck on Ebay trying to sell a complete copy for $2500.
i seen that 2500$ one too. thats schmucking at its finest
120. Posted: Wed 28th Mar 2012 15:12 BST
The price disparity between PAL and NTSC is pretty annoying for games like this. I see it often with SNES games, too - the NTSC version will be going for a low price for a CIB copy, while the PAL version is sometimes several times the price.
It makes it pretty hard to build up a PAL collection sometimes!
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