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Tasuki

@RetroBrony91: Nice purchase there. I was unaware that third game in the Magical Quest series was released. Of course I dont have a Super Famicom so thats probably why. Let me know if you ever do a review on it on your blog. BTW like your new avatar too.

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KingMike

It wasn't officially released in the west until the GBA port.
I can only guess a couple reasons why a SNES version was never released: it was released in Japan in December 1995, the last holiday season before Capcom USA completely stopped publishing 16-bit games. Also, that is when Disney entered the console game publishing business with Toy Story (previously they only published PC software). Possibly some sort of licensing issues (Capcom did publish the SFC version of Toy Story)?

KingMike

StarBoy91

@Tasuki - thank you, and I will
@KingMike - oh, and if you think Hard mode on The Magical Quest starring Mickey Mouse is challenging, you should try Mickey no Tokyo Disneyland Daibōken (on the highest difficulty setting) sometime (if you haven't already). Now that game is tough!
@RetroM4n - that's a cool chair!

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KingMike

I might look for that one, though for SFC purchases I still have a few medium-expensive RPGs to knock off my list first.

Sadly, my no-case Dreamcast games have officially gone missing. I think I had Sega Smash Pack, Virtual On, Rumble 2 Rumble, Sonic Party (err... I mean Shuffle ) and Evolution (of the few RPGs on DC?).
Even after thoroughly cleaning my messy game shelf.
Luckily the GameCube remake/port of Evolution seems fairly cheap (listed for about $25 sealed), so I bought one.

But my missing powder-blue AGS-101 did turn up on that shelf, so it isn't all bad.

KingMike

Beta

F-Zero from the Famicom's 30th anniversary promotion ^_^

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Beta

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Scarhino89

@RetroBrony91 What luck about Mickey & Donald: Magical Adventure 3! And have you The Magical Quest starring Mickey Mouse and The Great Circus Mystery starring Mickey and Minnie Mouse on SNES?

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ogo79

mystical fighter for sega genesis, ebay sniping at its finest!

the_shpydar wrote:
As @ogo79 said, the SNS-RZ-USA is a prime giveaway that it's not a legit retail cart.
And yes, he is (usually) always right, and he is (almost) the sexiest gamer out there (not counting me) ;)

NintyFan

I went to a retro electronic game store, except it you would never think it had a massive collection of retro video games from all video game consoles because it was named Granny Bea's (pronounced "Bee's) and from the outside it looked like a hole-in-the-wall supermarket out in the country. What also impressed me about it was its collection of retro Disney video games, so I got three of them.
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WaveBoy7

More Sitcomy' goodness! This shall go along nicely with my previous ALF Season 1 DVD purchase. Punky Brewster is still king, But the earlier seasons(1-3/ 89'-92') of Full House were pretty darn great and delivered the cheese thanks to Danny Tanner! I mean I've always prefered the beautiful, cozy & brightly lit interior, good natured family, and heart warming(aww...) morals compared to Roseanne's depressing & glorifed dumpy trailer trash family. Roseanne may of been good and it definitly aimed for realism instead of gearing towards Brady Bunch 'prim and propper' territory, but it was such a funkin' downer. The set pieces made me feel like I was in hell, except Hell's probably prettier! But Full House was always there + McDonalds to wash that skunky Skeletor taste out of my mouth. Full House & Roseanne are like the POLAR opposite of sitcoms. Heaven & Hell basically.lol

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ogo79

@WaveBoy
i hope this is a joke

the_shpydar wrote:
As @ogo79 said, the SNS-RZ-USA is a prime giveaway that it's not a legit retail cart.
And yes, he is (usually) always right, and he is (almost) the sexiest gamer out there (not counting me) ;)

Gamesake

Street Fighter III

...in my pants.

WaveBoy7

ogo79 wrote:

@WaveBoy
i hope this is a joke

lol. Iconic quote from Stephanie Tanner,"how RUDE!"

The real joke would be if this were FRIENDS. you have to have absolutely no sense of humor to even like that show.
Don't worry, I'll make you proud next time with a little 'Growing Pains' and Who's the Boss.

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We shall swim to Bubble Island, or you will suffer the wrath of my Trident Laser!
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Tasuki

WaveBoy wrote:

More Sitcomy' goodness! This shall go along nicely with my previous ALF Season 1 DVD purchase. Punky Brewster is still king, But the earlier seasons(1-3) of Full House were pretty darn great and delivered the cheese thanks to Danny Tanner! I mean I've always prefered the beautiful, cozy & brightly lit interior, good natured family, and heart warming(aww...) morals compared to Roseanne's depressing & glorifed dumpy trailer trash family. Roseanne may of been good and it definitly aimed for realism instead of gearing towards Brady Bunch 'prim and propper' territory, but it was such a funkin' downer. The set pieces made me feel like I was in hell, except Hell's probably prettier! But Full House was always there + McDonalds to wash that skunky Skeletor taste out of my mouth. Full House & Roseanne are like the POLAR opposite of sitcoms. Heaven & Hell basically.lol

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Nice buy there Wavester. All you need now is a first season of Family Matters, and Perfect Strangers and than you can have your own little TGIF party.

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Demmi-Alpha

Phantasy Star Online for the Gamecube. A good friend of mine told me that only 500 copies were released in Australia, but yeah. I'm pretty keen.

(He has three copies, lol)

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KingMike

I ordered Sonic Blast... Man... II
Super Famicom cart. Probably an average beat-em-up, but at a somewhat decent price.
And a seemingly hard-to-find CIB RPG, Esparks. Probably paid too much for it, oh well.

KingMike

ogo79

KingMike wrote:

I ordered Sonic Blast... Man... II
Super Famicom cart. Probably an average beat-em-up, but at a somewhat decent price.
And a seemingly hard-to-find CIB RPG, Esparks. Probably paid too much for it, oh well.

sonic blast man 2 is good, cool music as well, part one is good too

the_shpydar wrote:
As @ogo79 said, the SNS-RZ-USA is a prime giveaway that it's not a legit retail cart.
And yes, he is (usually) always right, and he is (almost) the sexiest gamer out there (not counting me) ;)

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