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61. Posted: Tue 10th Jan 2012 14:44 GMT
misswliu81 wrote:in 2007, there was a tech demo of halo made for the nintendo DS http://www.unseen64.net/2008/04/22/halo-ds-prototype-unreleased/Here's an topic on Lost Levels on it
in 2007, there was a tech demo of halo made for the nintendo DS http://www.unseen64.net/2008/04/22/halo-ds-prototype-unreleased/
Here's an topic on Lost Levels on it
this was a surprise. one wonders how successful halo on the DS would be.
62. Posted: Tue 10th Jan 2012 22:35 GMT
For ages I didn't realize you could fly with the raccoon tail in Super Mario 3. As I didn't bother reading the manual (which was rare back then, as I always read them) I would fill up my P bar, and continue to jump around to unsuccsessfully reach high up places. I lt wasn't till I went round a mates place about 6 months or so later (yes I know it's not years) that I found out.
No wonder I couldn't finish it.
63. Posted: Tue 10th Jan 2012 23:22 GMT
I didn't know that the pipes in the original Super Mario Brothers were "flower pots." According to the manual, which I saw about 10 years ago, that's what they are
New name, same game.
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64. Posted: Tue 10th Jan 2012 23:24 GMT
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65. Posted: Fri 13th Jan 2012 03:07 GMT
In DKC2, I didn't notice the SNES controller in the background of the final boss, nor the fact that all the math equations in the background of Wrinkly's are wrong, until today.
The best strategy in the game: go up stairs and pause balls.
66. Posted: Fri 13th Jan 2012 03:12 GMT
what xbox was short for.
Edited on Fri 13th January, 2012 @ 03:13 by shingi_70
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67. Posted: Fri 13th Jan 2012 03:28 GMT
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68. Posted: Fri 13th Jan 2012 03:33 GMT
shingi_70 wrote:what xbox was short for.DirectX Box.
Yeah, I didn't know that either.
69. Posted: Fri 13th Jan 2012 03:37 GMT
The first time I played a Zelda game, I had no Idea what it was, and I named the file after myself, Ben. I was amazed when I started playing the game to find out that the main character also had the name Ben. I felt special....Then, 5 years later, I found out that the name you put on the file is the name that everyone calls you in-game. I felt less special.
Just let it happen.
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70. Posted: Fri 13th Jan 2012 03:38 GMT
There was a Halo 2 DS prototype? Come on Microsoft, give up on gaming on the Windows Phone! Halo 2 3DS! Yeah!
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71. Posted: Sat 14th Jan 2012 12:54 GMT
That the game my dad got from his work, ClayFighter 63 1/3 Sculptors Cut, would be worth something if I hadn't opened the box. P.S. Dad was a BlockBuster manager and had given it to me instead of letting other people rent it.
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Edited on Sat 14th January, 2012 @ 12:56 by CerealKiller528
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72. Posted: Sat 14th Jan 2012 16:48 GMT
Something I found out using the Game Genie (before searching up and seeing this video) :
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73. Posted: Sat 14th Jan 2012 16:52 GMT
Crocomire was designed to play a part in Metroid Prime 3 : Corruption. That's the 2nd time he didn't make it into a recent Metroid title (the other being Zero Mission)
74. Posted: Sat 21st Jan 2012 00:06 GMT
i never new samus was a girl. but then again my first game was the metroid NES and i never beat the game
Applejack is best pony.
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75. Posted: Mon 23rd Jan 2012 22:12 GMT
Just today, I learned that the concept of microgames like in Warioware is not original. There was a Japanese, Mario Paint-like game released in 2000 named Mario Artist: Polygon Studio that gave you the ability to make polygonal art, but it also allowed you to play your creations in a very short microgame.
Take a look at these comparisons.
My mind is blown.
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76. Posted: Tue 24th Jan 2012 04:01 GMT
^Wow. Mine too. Thanks for the info NintyFan!
77. Posted: Tue 24th Jan 2012 07:47 GMT
I read this article a while back, I found it interesting. It relates to the thread at hand. (:http://www.cracked.com/article_18801_9-video-game-easter-eggs...
That Zelda Easter Egg is quite painful to watch.
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78. Posted: Tue 24th Jan 2012 07:58 GMT
No one else feels this way? Come on.
79. Posted: Sat 28th Jan 2012 07:14 GMT
John-John wrote:I read this article a while back, I found it interesting. It relates to the thread at hand. (:http://www.cracked.com/article_18801_9-video-game-easter-eggs...That Zelda Easter Egg is quite painful to watch.
I actually discovered that egg by pure accident. Literally every time I played the game when I was younger I would go to that room. I had no idea it was supposed to be secret.
80. Posted: Sun 5th Feb 2012 17:34 GMT
I always thought they were acorns.
I had fun once and it was awful.