701WaveBoyFri 26th Aug 2011 Ryno wrote:WaveBoy on the Beaufort Scale I give you a solid 9 on your lastest retro spree. I remember trying to play Back to the Future as a kid though unfortuantely that is about all I remember; just trying to play it. I do look forward to a review someday as I suspect it will receive the highest of WaveBoy Tsunami ratings. haha...not! I hope the game has Biff. I love that rudeatude dude and especially his comment about Marty's "life preserver." haha... LGN will always live on as long as you are there to keep the dream alive. It is a definitely a dirty job but hey, someone has to do it. Do let me and the fellow Nintendo Lifer's know how the SNES controller refurb kit works out for you. I thought I was going to need that but during my latest fun-tastic romp with my SNES the controllers held up pretty admirably though I suspect with new rubbers it might be even tighter. And as always, I appreciate the kind words in regards to the review I am not one to use headphones though I can appreciate there use (Metroid Prime Trilogy would be eargasm... errr.. amazing!). Someday I want to get a kick-butt rockin' surround sound stereo system not for movies but for video game music and sounds. Video game music is just Awesome Possum! I have more video game music songs downloaded on my phone than anything else.I think it's going to be a while before I get around to fully playing Back to the Boobster. I guarantee Bif OR Doc are NOT in it. LJN are complete bafoonaified morons with the brain power of a brain dead Shy guy.lol Look at how unimaginitive and ridicuously dumb the A Nightmare on Elm Street game was.......The Dream world is open for so many possibilities including the slew of already set in stone brilliant crazy funked up and scary ideas from ANOES 1-3 and what do we get instead? Loly pop ghosts with stick arms, Frankensteins, Bats and giant Spiders...Ya, i don't remember those being in the film. The original idea from LJN had YOU the player control freddy killing kids in their dreams. Ya, apperantly that didn't go smoothly with the MPPA(whatever you call them.lol) and they axed that idea faster than a Noid scarfing down a double ultra cheese pepporini Domino's Pizza.lol As for the bodacious SNES refurb kid, I'll definitly post my thoughts when i install those little radical blippin buttons. Corbs actually recommended(if I remember) this particular kit off eBay, so I'm hoping for the best....eek! It's going to be awesome having a proper working and feeling D-Pad again.lol Mine's so squishy, loose and sloppy feeling. And yes, your review was fantastic. You should be writing for this site...No official review from this site comes close to matching the extremely detailed and styalised entertainmet that your reviews showcase. I'm talking Super Castlevania IV and Demon's Crest. Plus, they have a wicked splash of light hearted fun retro groovyness to them which makes them stand out and more interesting to read. And yup Ryan the DK Ryno, I actually have a 5.1 DTS Master HD surround system with a killer sub all using HDMI and Fibre Optical. The Wii may only pump out Dolby Pro Logic II which sucks compared to the PS3's Dolby Digital, while Bluray movies and some PS3 titles in DTS Master HD blow the lid off of even DD. Watching WALL-E on Bluray in DTS HD Master completely BLEW my mind.Anyways, I've played with Super Mario Galaxy in 5.1 Dolby Pro Logic II and it's amazing how much more enjoyable it makes the game. I feel bad for anybody just using the sound from their TV sets because you're missing out on SOOOO much including the rocking bassy oomphy power of a sub woofer aside from the glorious 5 channels of sound. in SMG's Honey Hive Galaxy, for example, i'd walk past a grasshopper too my right and I'd hear him hopping and buzzing behind me-ish to my right in real life due to the Righ rear speaker. Even though it's just DPL II, it's awesome stuff! or hearing the shimmering water splash from a fountain behind you as you run past it ect ect, and so much more. It's like a 3D world of real sound right in your living room.But sadly, i can't take advantage of my set up considering i don't own a house or have sound proof walls. I love to blast my shniz full force! But alas, i can't. So I either opt for 5.1 on low volume or go for 2 channel sound with my home theatre headphones and blast the volume as loud as i like. 5.1 beats it due to that fantastic realistic sound coming from all around you in different direction in real life including the power of the sub AND you don't have to wear headphones on your head.lol But a pair of awesome proffesional or Audophile headphones still offer one isolated fantastic brilliant sounding immersive experience.Anyways, i totaly recommend right away that you get a SS system for your Wii/PS3 and just music in general. get a DTS Master/Dolby True HD 5.1-7.1 HDMI capable reciver, a 5.1-7.1 SS speaker system and Subwoofer with a fibre optical cable and you are so ready to rock. Positioning the Speakers in the right spots and direction is so important as well. Which is where Mounts are totaly useful.Anyways get on it Rynoangelo!, you will be soooo happpy! Once you hear the sound, you will NEVER use the sound from your TV again for modern gaming. Audio is just as important as the size of your TV and PQ. If you dont get that killer audio you're only getting half the experience. Metroid Prime 3 for example is 10x more engaging and immersive with the sound I'm talking about. With 5.1 it opens up a new world Audio-wise to gaming.And yikes! look at that giant wall of bodaciously awesome text. What can I say, when I'm equiped with the Power Glove I type Road Runner Style while gulping down gallons and gallons of that oh so super sweet Ecto Cooler & mega munching on goopy TMNT Turtle pies. But with those 2 super powerful snacks combined my hair magicaly transforms into this lady killer of a blonde to black shimmering mullet. Edited on Fri 26th August, 2011 @ 13:17 by WaveBoy Currently Playing: TMNT II: The Arcade game 80's Fanatic & King of NES Tekkidome!