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KingMike

1,101. Posted:

Got both the NES game and its crappy Famicom counterpart. Haven't decided if I should start with the bad version first.
Luckily got a CIB Famicom copy of the second game for about $40 a couple years ago so I don't need to worry about paying the insane price for the sequel. :)

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ogo79

1,102. Posted:

KingMike wrote:

Luckily got a CIB Famicom copy of the second game for about $40 a couple years ago so I don't need to worry about paying the insane price for the sequel. :)

captain saver!!!
no really thats what the game is called guys...Power Blade 2 aka Captain Saver for famicom.

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1,103. Posted:

It was Super mario rpg.

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Ryno

1,104. Posted:

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glad you got that. when i decide to play it and after i beat it im going to immediately pop in power blade 2. i was actually going to start the series last weekend but decided to play and finish shatterhand instead. i put that taito poster on my wall too. lol

Yeah man, I am definitely excited for this one! B-) Wish I had Power Blade 2 as well. Do you just go ahead and tack the posters on the wall? I am tempted to do that sometime though I want to keep them nice.

So after reading yours and KingMike's comments, I looked into little about Power Blade/Power Blazer and Power Blade 2/Captain Saver. I am glad that Power Blade is different than Power Blazer! So, the original's were different but what about the sequels, are the Famicom and NES versions the same? And yes, the sequel is going for an silly price now unfortunately.

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ogo79

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@Ryno
glad you got that. when i decide to play it and after i beat it im going to immediately pop in power blade 2. i was actually going to start the series last weekend but decided to play and finish shatterhand instead. i put that taito poster on my wall too. lol

Yeah man, I am definitely excited for this one! B-) Wish I had Power Blade 2 as well. Do you just go ahead and tack the posters on the wall? I am tempted to do that sometime though I want to keep them nice.

So after reading yours and KingMike's comments, I looked into little about Power Blade/Power Blazer and Power Blade 2/Captain Saver. I am glad that Power Blade is different than Power Blazer! So, the original's were different but what about the sequels, are the Famicom and NES versions the same? And yes, the sequel is going for an silly price now unfortunately.

yeah i tack my posters on the wall. the power blade sequels are the same just different title screens.

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1,106. Posted:

I picked up a bunch of GBA carts at Gamestop's GBA clearance sale. All of the GBA games and accessories are 75% off in the US.

Some of the highlights from my purchase were Wario Land 4, Gunstar Super Heroes, Metal Slug Advance, both Klonoa games, Rayman 3 and Advance, and a couple of Mega Man Zero games. All of the games that I bought cost between $0.50 and $2.50.

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WanderFan91

1,107. Posted:

After watching Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace in 3D in theaters today (which I thought was good, and it was the first time I ever saw it), I went to the retro store 3D Games and bought a couple of games:
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A fully boxed copy of Glover for the Nintendo 64, which is pretty great so far (I admit, I played the PlayStation version beforehand, but I'm liking the Nintendo version a lot more so far) :) It's also a lot smoother than the Sony version, plus there are few controls and features that were absent in the PlayStation One version
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Having looked up a bit about Radical Rex some time ago, I decided to buy it for the SNES on a whim (for I was very curious about it), and I've got to say, my first impression is that it's very decent (it's no Super Mario World 1 and 2, Plok, or even DoReMi Fantasy, but it's good from what I've played); it's an interesting concept, and I like how you control a little cartoony dinosaur with a radical 'tude (it's also anachronistic, in that Rex rides on a skateboard during the prehistoric era, but I don't mind that so much)

I think I chose a couple good purchases here :)

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1,108. Posted:

http://www.ebay.com/itm/350472793443?ssPageName=STRK:MEWNX:IT...
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Ryno

1,109. Posted:

I haven't bought a PSX game in a long time but this one is a must for a Castlevania fan like me! Along with this black label version I got the limited edition preorder Castlevania music sampler CD the spans music from many of the previous Castlevania's. It's interesting to hear the Famicom versions of songs from Castlevania II and III compared to the NES. Some are quite different. I admit the Famicom versions are more "advanced" but I still prefer the NES versions and I know it's because that is what I played as young Vampire Hunter. For future Halloween parties I am definitely going to spin this CD! :D Somehow I missed out on this game back in the days when I had a Playstation. I must have been under Dracula's Curse or something.

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ogo79

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I haven't bought a PSX game in a long time but this one is a must for a Castlevania fan like me! Along with this black label version I got the limited edition preorder Castlevania music sampler CD the spans music from many of the previous Castlevania's. It's interesting to hear the Famicom versions of songs from Castlevania II and III compared to the NES. Some are quite different. I admit the Famicom versions are more "advanced" but I still prefer the NES versions and I know it's because that is what I played as young _Vampire Hunter. _ For future Halloween parties I am definitely going to spin this CD! :D Somehow I missed out on this game back in the days when I had a Playstation. I must have been under Dracula's Curse or something.
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glad you finally got that game. its a great one.

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Tasuki

1,111. Posted:

@Ryno: One of the best Castlevanias ever. Even though alot of people dont like the Metroivania style I guess am one of the rare exceptions in that I love it better than old style Castlevania. The music was some of the best I even heard in a PS game as well as a Castlevania. Damn it now I am going to have to drag out my PS2 and play this bad boy. :P

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Ryno

1,112. Posted:

@Tasuki: I actually just finished my first real Metroidvania game, Circle of the Moon and yeah I liked it but I think I prefer just the straight up level to level, no upgrading and getting stronger with experience points type of gameplay that the pre-Symphony of the Night games were. I think a lot of people actually prefer Metroidvania's especially with those that didn't grow up with 8 and 16 bits systems. But I am looking forward to playing this someday because of all the good things I have heard. Any idea on how long a 1st playthrough is?

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Tasuki

1,113. Posted:

@Ryno it depends on if you get everything like all items, and fill out the map. I cant really give you an accurate account of how long the first playthourgh is without giving away spoilers.

While I did grow up with the 8 bit and 16 bit Castlevanias the only one I really liked was Super Castlevania IV on the SNES and Castlevanis III on the NES. But I still prefer the Metroidvania ones over those ones.

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McWave Though I know you are wavian but live in Canada I wanted to tell you that I was up snowboarding at Whistler this past weekend while all the goomba’s were glued to their TV’s watching a meaningless game. For lunch yesterday I got some Canadian McDonalds and the fries I noticed tasted different then here in the States. I was as surprised as Peter Venkman after he discovered Dana Barret was possessed by Zuul! Anyway, yeah the N64 totally missed the Love Boat when they neglected to make 64-bit sprite based games. Though part of me thinks I missed out on some Excellent Adventure like experiences, I’m really kind of glad that I don’t have nostalgia mixed in for my feelings towards the Bogus Journey N64 because then there would be even more games I would want to collect! Plus there are enough NES, SNES, Genesis, and Atari 2600 for this dude's lifetime to keep me satisfied even if I never buy another current gneration game.

I sold Super Castlevania IV for $51.99 plus $4 for shipping. I don’t think I would have got that for it on Ebay in an auction. I mean, I bought my near mint complete copy for $37.00 and it had all the inserts and the plastic on it except one side where you open the box. I could have put a “But it Now” price but there are plenty of Super Castlevania IV copies on Ebay. Amazon’s situation for SC IV was different. Also, I just sold my attacked by vampire fangs scratched label cart only copy of Bloodlines for $22.50 on Amazon whereas I bought the cart originally for $12.00 with shipping and my nice complete copy from Ebay for $24.00 including shipping! :D

Strider is totally rough like a killer pizza. So if you do get it though best be prepared like a Ninja! I’m sure if you have read reviews you have heard this already though. I haven’t got to far in it yet but it’s pretty fun if you don’t mine some frustration. As for Mighty Final Fight, I have only played it for like 3 minutes, saving it for after Strider, I will be sure and let you know though! Mighty Final Fight goes for some serious Space Cash so you may need to get a loan from Uncle Scrooge! :D

Yeah, hear you about playing/finding Radical Rescue. How do you like Operation C compared to the other Contra’s?

Canadian? ew. Wavian? Yup! :p I belong in Florida, with Dolphins, Waves and babes.lol And man, I can't stand those over the top goof balls who take their hockey so freakin seriously. if you were to walk into a bar while a hockey game is on and you said something along the lines of "Hockey SUCKS! Screw the canucks!" You'd get beaten by a mob of drunkin brain dead meat headed Canidiots. I'm just not a fan of any sport really, I'm too artsy, creative and crazy i guess. Yet it really is all meaningless, unless you're betting on the game. But I'd rather bet on a game of Super Smash Bros or Street Fighter where i actually 'get' to play, and it's something far more imaginitive and wilder. B-) I don't see the excitement in watching a bunch of tards smacking their sticks around hitting a puck into a net while they make millions and drive their Ferrari's around while slack jawed goober headed fans cheer them on like it's a life or death situation. God I hate hockey....No offense to those who enjoy it, i just dislike many of the outrageous fans who go ga ga over it. Who also start destroying their own city because their team lost in the play offs.lol sigh* Oh well, Blades of Steel is still awesome. lol

And the MCdonalds fries taste different? Were they worse or better? I haven't actually had Mega McDonalds in quite a while actually. But I think it's about time i blasted down to the golden Arches of Grimmis goolay' and filled up my brand spanking Retro minty SMB3 Sky Land Happy meal Box for nostalgia sake and relive a killer videogame fast food momentO.

And bluh! The only real great memory that stuck with me for the N64 was Super Mario 64...In the beginning at least when it made my jaw drop. I got tired of it half way through while realising that it completely lacked the charm, detail, imagination and crazyness that SMWorld dished out. Golden Eye 007 was pretty amazing on multiplayer(the frame rate is pretty poor in this day and age). I didn't see the big deal over Wave Race. Yawn. F-Zero X was pretty cool. Mario Kart 64 i found was dissapointing and all i wanted to do was go play 'Super' Mario Kart. StarWars Rogue Squadren was mighty impressive when you weren't on foot....that stuff was a depressing lifeless visual and gameplay nightmare...See for yourself. :o

Then there's Glover, 1080 Snowboarding, Perfect Dark, Jet Force Gemni, Blast Corps, Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards, Mario Golf, Mario Party, PilotWings and the horribly overrated and ugly Perfect Dark. Most of those titles did absolutely nothing for me, and didn't hold my interest for too long. I even let Zelda OOT and Majora's Mask skim right by me....Which was one of my biggest gaming mistakes that i completely regret, if anything. :p Actually FORGET that Only 'watching' and not playing A Link to the Past during the time was the biggest, and then there's Super Metroid and practically missing out on the Castlevania franchise until finaly getting into it because of the Wii's VC. Yoshi's Island was another as well. eek!

Those N64 days just weren't the same or even remotely close to the NES & SNES generation of gaming. The N64 was also during an era where things in the entire media started to gradually take a turn for the worse. The Golden age was over and Bland lifeless 3D blocky graphics seemed to be the norm. And I'm definitly going to look into getting Strider, I need to cool it with the purchases though and actually play what i buy! :p
I'm playing some crazy catch up on my 3DS at the moment. Too many unplayed and unfinished games gets me overwhelmed to the point where i end up looking like this.

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And it's too bad you don't a 3DS yet, i guarantee your jaw would drop if you saw Mighty Switch Force or Mutant Mudds in all of their '3D' Retro Sprite based action. :D the 3DS is just amazing RyKool-Aid It's only $169 now too. Wink wink, make the purchase! You know you want too hehe.
As for me like I said my Multiconsole Playstation days are over and I'll be buying a Sony 3D Bluray player in a week and selling my dusty & drenched Grannie-PS3 to the Kool-Aid kids down at Smurf Island. So long poop station, at least you served me well as a great DVD player. :p

I am Nintendo Radical-Retro and strictly 'modern' Nintendo only for now on with splashes of Sega Genesis and Atari 2600. Besides I can't keep up with all of these games and systems. I miss the NES days, where it felt like everybody in your neighbourhood had one(They actually did!), you rented or bought a game, popped it into your system, the start screen popped up and you played the game. I miss the simplicity, where games were also mostly shorter, yet sweet and incredibly challenging depending. Like you said, in this day and age it's like a video game jungle, i just need to trim the tropical hedges. B-)

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1,115. Posted:

Tasuki wrote:

@Ryno: One of the best Castlevanias ever. Even though alot of people dont like the Metroivania style I guess am one of the rare exceptions in that I love it better than old style Castlevania. The music was some of the best I even heard in a PS game as well as a Castlevania. Damn it now I am going to have to drag out my PS2 and play this bad boy. :P

I've 100%ed' SOTN and Dawn of Sorrow and that's all the Metroidvania i need unless a 3DS version comes out, mainly because S3D basically breathes life into any genre and makes it far more immersive, fun and amazing in the process. B-) As for SOTN, i didn'e enjoy that one as much as i thought i would. SCIV for ex easily eclipses my SOTN experience...I'm much more in tune with Traditional C where the emphasis is on old school platforming, helming your whip like a bad ass belmont, where the challenge is Dracula deadly and timing is Castlevania-key.

Dawn of Sorrow I felt was a step up in comparison to SOTN, although the generic unappealing lame & stock visual style based on how the characters looked during the talking segments was just awful. Plus using the health potions makes any of the Metroidvania's far too easy, especially when you're up against a boss. I never use them as they degrade any sense of challenge. And man, Dawn of Sorrow had some brilliant boss battles I'll admit. INtense...Of course, when not using any HP's. Otherwise if you use them you'll easily take down the boss(depending) and never learn the patterns or feel any sense of reward or experience that crazy intensity during battle.

Anywaysss, I was thinking of Scoring Order of Eclesia for the DS, as the darker castlevania-like gothic tone and art direction seems pretty appealing, but it's still another Metroidvania, and I'd rather do the whole Metroid thing in a 'Metroid' game, and do the whip slashing platform hopping in a traditional Castlevania. Different vampire strokes! :p

And Ryno it's about time you get Castlevania ReBirth for the Wii muhahaha B-)
It may suprise you, hands down one of the best End boss battles of any Castlevania. There wasn't a 3-Form Dracula fight since CIII: Dracula's Curse. The game overall could of been longer, but it felt like a very Arcadey SNES + Genesis experience rolled into one, yet prettier. The Remixed soundtrack reaks of Sega Genesis Chip tunes as well. It's also got....The flame whip muhaha. Wasn't that last seen in Simon's Quest?

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ogo79

1,116. Posted:

@WaveBoy
Castlevania ReBirth, there are some people who say theres a save feature and others say there isnt. but do these codes actually work:
1-"At the title screen, select "Game Start", and hold Right to select levels that were previously completed on the same difficulty"
2-"Choose "Game Start" and hold Left on the D-pad to unlock the Level Select screen"
ive even seen some folks on here mention the codes didnt work.

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@oldgamesonly
Personally I haven't tried. And ReBirth shouldn't even have a save feaure considering the game is on the short side to begin with, and while it does get challenging towards the end I'd say it's probably the easiest of the traditional Castlevania games. I think there was 6 levels? Anyways, all I know is that after finishing the game you can unlock the 'Classic' Castlevania control scheme where you can't control your jump in mid Air which of course bumps up the challenge.

On another most rightous 'and' dissapointing note, i ended up getting the Game Boy Color Blob Light a couple of day ago in the mail and while it does provide better light than the snake light for example it's still extremely annoying to use. Since it doesn't light up the edge portion of the entire screen leaving it dark whuch basically knocks out detail and brightness and you can see the actual light reflection in the middle of the screen. It renders it unplayable for me dudes & duddettes. :p I'm keeping it though as it looks pretty damn cool when in use. It's like a giant bendable mutagen toxic Snot monster clinging to the top of my Purple GBC. B-)

That aside JohnnySlide , I'm really annoyed with my GBC. I can't stand using any of the magnifier light attachements, i can't stand those wonky little snake lights and I'm not sure I want to spend $100 on a custom built front light. Then again, I could do it myself....I don't care if i end up wrecking my GBA SP just to get the Light from it since i plan on getting a regular GBA instead, so no Wizard-Waldo worries there. I guess that's my only option!

It's killing me that I have Wario Land 1-3and Contra: Operation C waiting to get played. Plus, there's no way in scortching hell that i'm going to wait for WL 2 & 3 to hit the 3D's VC...Let alone Mega Man V which probably won't be released until the end of it's life cycle. Time to get going on the Front Light tutorial, hopefully this doesn't become too tricky. Wish me Leondardo-LUCK! :p

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1,118. Posted:

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Nice Purchase! That's some epic Terminator inspired BoxArt there, plus you got it Sealed. B-) Those are always exciting retro purchases...If you open them up that is hehe. The nostalgic 'back in fluerescent Muppet Land time' kick to the shell balls must of been 80'stastic. I definitly got that feeling when i opened up T & C Surf Design. :D It was crazy seeing the T & C Surf cart tightly sealed in a baggy, with the brand spankin new inserts incuding an NES poster with everything being in Mega- Mint condition. Anyways! *Power Blade[/strong] does look awesome indeed, I'll make sure i add that to the list!

But I'll admit, the BoxArt knowing me would of thrown me off as a kid, as it does now haha. It's like they hired and drew a porn star to play the Terminator. :p Also, Stage 3 has a phenomenal track. It sounds almost fitting when descending into a Diamond filled bright lit cave when 0:32 kicks in. B-) At least that's what springs to my bogus master mind whenever it kicks into game-gear. B-)

Now if you'll excuse the Wavemyster, I must jam out to this most Glorious & radical retro track below while teleporting to Video Land, where Kevin, Mega, Simon B and Pit and I will then blast downt o Bubble man beach and catch some Aquatic 8-bit Laser Waves! B-)

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1,119. Posted:

N64 Waialae Country Club True Golf Classics (Euro PAL CIB) and four excellent Gameboy games: Kirby's Dream Land 2, Mega Man - Dr. Wily's Revenge, Super RC Pro AM and Pocket Bomberman

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1,120. Posted:

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Cowabungalicious indeed Ryeonardo! But no where near as gnarly as that picture of Sewer Surfin Michaelangelo with his eye scortching orange Crab buddy accessory. :p And is that a baby shark chilling on his shoulder? haha :D I need to get that one some time! I used to have Sewer Swimming Don back when fluerescnt & Black spandex shorts were the Count Chocoula craze. B-) He was the ultimate bath tub toy back when having bubble baths as a youngster felt like a massive Ocean of magical Action Figure combat.

And I found that Link beed Sprite on eBay, there are a bunch of different kinds be it beeds or stickers that you can snag. How's this little Vampire whippin' 8-bit Trevor Belmont Sprite keychain for ya? ;) :P
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and you've got some crazy rare & expensive Egon Spengler NES taste my friend! How's about a Complete copy of Dr. Jekyll & mr. Hyde? Hell I'd even take that just for the flashy cheesy & colorful box art! :p Or how's about BUBBLE BOBBLE 2 CIB & Sealed? Ya, that will only run me back over $20,000 on eBay. OR there's a used copy going for $300. :p Ya, Little Samson aint got nothing on Bubble Bobble 2 as far as being pricey goes. :p

But yup! I just made a couple more Retro Purchases. Wario Land 4 CIB with the inserts, and I'm happy to say that i now have all 5 of the Wario Land games. :D Even though i have yet to play 2, 3 and 4. Wario Land Shake it! being thee greatest Current Gen Game I've ever layed my mega mits on. As well as WL for the GB being the best GB platformer I've ever played...It makes Super Mario Land and even 2 look half Punky Brooster baked in CaseyJones(I'm seriously abusing the CJ haha) comparison.

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And for me, this is a pretty exciting and extremely awesome Fast Food filled nostalgic treasure. A '1990 McDonalds Super Mario Bros. 3 Sky Land Happy Meal Box. Unused(No greasy shinanigans) and is in fantastic tip top shape. B-) When folded and bent together in typical old School MCDonalds happy meal Box fasion it looks just as awesome as it does in the commercials.
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Pipe Land is also up for sale. Yet personally i really wished they had Water Land up or Grass Land. Knowing me, I'd buy them all but I gotta watch the Space chash if you know what i mean. lol Anyways, Water Land was my most favorite Happy Meal Box whenever i was dunkin McChiggin nuggets like a bodacious Bad-Dudes Battletoad.B-)

NICE! dang, happy meals were cool then. i wish they still did video game stuff but oh well. Im too big for happy meals anyways. Anyways my latest retro purchse was Alladin SNES and mario allstars SNES. I got them at the swapmeet for. Alladin was $5 and allstars was originally $30 but i bargained it for $23. hee hee. lucky me :)

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