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41. Posted: Sat 24th Oct 2009 04:45 BST
Final Fantasy I.
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42. Posted: Sun 25th Oct 2009 03:25 GMT
Punch-Out and Super Mario Bros 3 on my VC.
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43. Posted: Mon 26th Oct 2009 16:23 GMT
Castlevania III Dracula's Curse.
Edited on Mon 26th October, 2009 @ 16:23 by MoogleMuffins
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44. Posted: Mon 26th Oct 2009 16:36 GMT
Castlevania 3 and Super C
45. Posted: Mon 26th Oct 2009 16:48 GMT
Kirbys Adventure. I still haven't got 100% completion.
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46. Posted: Mon 26th Oct 2009 17:10 GMT
I'm at the end of Neutopia I, then comes Neutopia II.
47. Posted: Mon 26th Oct 2009 18:22 GMT
Neutopia? That's 8-bit. Technically speaking, the TG-16 was never actually a 16-bit machine, it just used two 8-bit processors in conjuction and called it 16-bit(cuz 8+8=16, rt? )
Ah, so NEC used the same standards as Atari.I'm not convinced, it sure looks and sounds like a 16-bit machine (whereas the Jaguar clearly did NOT look like a 64-bit machine), I'm gonna look this up.
Edit:The TurboGrafx-16 featured a 16-bit custom video color encoder chip, 16-bit video display controller, and an 8-bit CPU with an integrated custom programmable sound generator.Ah, that's why it looks and sounds as good or better than the other 16-bit machines.So 16-bit didn't mean dual-8-bit CPU, it just meant 16-bit GPU.
Edited on Mon 26th October, 2009 @ 18:28 by NotEnoughGolds
48. Posted: Mon 26th Oct 2009 20:24 GMT
Devil World and Ice Climber on the VC are my most recent 8-bit acquisitions.
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49. Posted: Tue 27th Oct 2009 00:09 GMT
Guys. You know how in Zelda 2 there is this infamous quote: "I Am Error"?Well, the meme's getting old, and Error is that person's name, it's not a mistranslated quote. That's all I felt like saying.
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50. Posted: Tue 27th Oct 2009 00:12 GMT
I was playing Mega Man 3 earlier.
51. Posted: Tue 27th Oct 2009 00:24 GMT
Hey all,Long time reader, first time poster! lol
I just finished Kid Icarus last night. I found it pretty hard.
Anyway, once I finished it I happened across a video review, and learnt there were power-up like a crystal forcefield, and long arrows. Furthermore, you could free other angels and stuff. I had absolutely no idea!
It looks like it would be a fair bit easier with all that kind of stuff. I thought only feathers and health worked, because they happened automatically when you bought them.
Ah well... might have to try blast through it again!!!
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52. Posted: Tue 27th Oct 2009 13:04 GMT
I played some Castlevania 3 today, damn it is hard =D
53. Posted: Wed 28th Oct 2009 01:10 GMT
@noblo.... Welcome to NL... you found Kid Icarus pretty hard. Pretty Hard? Its one of the hardest games on the NES I finished it without codes and had the same reaction though. Oh that would have made things easier lol.
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54. Posted: Wed 28th Oct 2009 01:13 GMT
Last 8-bit game I played was Balloon Fight.
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55. Posted: Wed 28th Oct 2009 01:15 GMT
I remember that game. Quite a fun romp!
56. Posted: Wed 28th Oct 2009 01:19 GMT
Yeah, it gets Brutal at around Phase 30. Ouch.
57. Posted: Wed 28th Oct 2009 03:28 GMT
@slapshot82 Haha hey dude, the beginning was so so unbelievably ridiculous hard, but after the first world I found it got tonnes easier. The bosses were fairly easy as well. When I beat the 2nd boss though the lava changed colour to the colour of the health pools so I jumped in and by the time I realised that my health was getting sucked away i was dead. That was frustrating!
That said, the game was so addictive that I always felt it was wanting me to have another crack.
58. Posted: Sat 31st Oct 2009 13:16 GMT
Won a top-loading NES w/2 dogbones, Mario 1,2,3, and Tetris for $80 shipped last night...so next week I'll be playing the games the way they are meant to be played Until then, I'll probably run through Contra again via the PC.
59. Posted: Sat 31st Oct 2009 14:18 GMT
Final Fantasy and Super Mario Bros.
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60. Posted: Sat 31st Oct 2009 16:03 GMT
The Legend of Zelda, Final Fantasy, Super Mario Bros., StarTropics, and I'm hoping to find some more to play that'll coincide with Halloween.
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