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301. Posted: Sun 27th Feb 2011 18:53 GMT
i finally got my Trolls in Crazyland for nes pal b, and a brand new Cocoron Famicom game boxed
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) ;)
302. Posted: Sun 6th Mar 2011 19:44 GMT
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303. Posted: Sun 6th Mar 2011 22:42 GMT
I forgot to add SEGA Classics Collection here for the PS2 that has the best version of the original Fantasy Zone.
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304. Posted: Sun 6th Mar 2011 22:49 GMT
dunno if you consider this retro because it was fan made however im waiting for this in the mail. he shall be hung to the wall with my EB shrine...
305. Posted: Sun 6th Mar 2011 23:51 GMT
Dragon Warrior VII - PSone.
306. Posted: Sun 6th Mar 2011 23:54 GMT
@Starlight re: Megadrive Outrun, well, you cant 'drift' like in the arcade or on the Saturn due to the lack of analogue control (though as in the arcade, specific corners will automatically cause you to skid more than others).
It's a slightly simpler game as a result but still fun with a number of difficulty levels, decent music, well draw sprites and runs pretty smooth overall (in 60Hz at least). Also replicates the Japanese arcade version in the layout and ordering of courses, so no option to play the US / EU arrangement.
Edited on Mon 7th March, 2011 @ 00:00 by Ristar42
307. Posted: Wed 9th Mar 2011 23:49 GMT
I recently picked up a number of Turbografx games, including Space Harrier, Ys book I & II, Ninja Spirit, Side Arms, and Buster Bros.
Edited on Wed 9th March, 2011 @ 23:50 by DrCruse
308. Posted: Thu 10th Mar 2011 05:55 GMT
Good on ya brabbing Ys, Saves.
309. Posted: Sun 13th Mar 2011 20:33 GMT
So, where do I post about my latest DS purchase? Is that now regarded as retro or is there a dedicated thread?
Edited on Sun 13th March, 2011 @ 20:33 by default12345
310. Posted: Sun 13th Mar 2011 20:35 GMT
311. Posted: Sun 13th Mar 2011 20:35 GMT
Thanks buddy! Very helpful
312. Posted: Sun 13th Mar 2011 20:37 GMT
Are they really stopping DS games cause isnt the 3DS backwards compatible?
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313. Posted: Sun 13th Mar 2011 20:41 GMT
warnerdan wrote:So, where do I post about my latest DS purchase? Is that now regarded as retro or is there a dedicated thread?Are they really stopping DS games cause isnt the 3DS backwards compatible?
As far as I'm aware they'll continue to support the DS until the 3DS is in full swing.
314. Posted: Wed 16th Mar 2011 01:23 GMT
just bought TMNT 1-2-3 for NES Nintendo. Ran through TMNT 1, looking forward to 2 and never played 3. Good times with the NES Nintendo.
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315. Posted: Thu 17th Mar 2011 20:13 GMT
Just got a brand new Player's Choice copy of Mario Kart Super Circuit for GBA (gotta love Amazon.com). Love it, but it's taking some gettin' used to. Seems to play more like Super Mario Kart than more recent Mario Karts. Interesting way of unlocking bonus tracks (the tracks from Super Mario Kart). Apparently have to get first place on all cups in one class, then go back, play a cup and get collect 100 coins. It was the one Mario Kart I didn't have, so feel I've completed a collection now (at least until Mario Kart 3DS is out ).
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316. Posted: Thu 17th Mar 2011 21:55 GMT
@Starlight re: Megadrive Outrun, well, you cant 'drift' like in the arcade or on the Saturn due to the lack of analogue control (though as in the arcade, specific corners will automatically cause you to skid more than others).It's a slightly simpler game as a result but still fun with a number of difficulty levels, decent music, well draw sprites and runs pretty smooth overall (in 60Hz at least). Also replicates the Japanese arcade version in the layout and ordering of courses, so no option to play the US / EU arrangement.
Cool. Thanks for the output...I actually perfer the Japanese layout as it doesn't have those boards in the middle of the road at the beginning. D:
317. Posted: Fri 18th Mar 2011 01:36 GMT
got another new Cocoron Famicom game.
318. Posted: Sat 19th Mar 2011 02:42 GMT
got a couple nes and sega shirts
319. Posted: Sat 19th Mar 2011 03:13 GMT
Your 'ran' through TMNT 1? Dude that game slays me everytime I make it to the final stage.....I blame it on piss poor game design. It's one of the rare few games I gave up on like Blaster Master. Anyways, I picked up TMNT 1, 2, 3 last year for a killer deal on eBay and they were all fantastic condition. TMNT II is one of my favorite NES games, yet I too haven't played the third. I mean I feel kind of disconected with it, because the enemies seem to be from the later seasons(after 3)of the TMNT cartoons, and when I was a kid was all about Season 1 - 3.
To complete my TMNT game collection, all I need is TMNT IV: Turtles in time and TMNT III: Radical Rescue for the GB, which seems to be pretty damn rare.
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320. Posted: Sat 19th Mar 2011 03:44 GMT
i myself was wondering how anyone just RAN through TMNT for NES...are you the pope?if you can do that, you should have the fountain of youth. put it on ebay. ill buy it.