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941. Posted: Tue 13th Dec 2011 04:26 GMT
Ikari Warriors (arcade), Athena (arcade), Darkstalkers (PSOne Classic), and Medal of Honor Frontline HD. All on PlayStation Store. I already own Darkstalkers, but the disk got scratched somehow and wasn't playing right.
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942. Posted: Tue 13th Dec 2011 04:32 GMT
Mario Kart 7
I remember that game from way back when. Revolutionary for its time.
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943. Posted: Tue 13th Dec 2011 19:14 GMT
@Mickeymac: Watching him play MetalStorm just made me want to get the game that much more and not to mention depressed. Why, oh why did that guy have to make that video??? Dracula's Curse him! It could have just been another obscure cheap NES game. Oh well, just have to keep an eye out for it.
Since you are a shooter guy, what are your top 3 favorite shooters?
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944. Posted: Tue 13th Dec 2011 19:22 GMT
That's easy: Raiden Fighters, Star Parodier, and Nanostray. Raiden Fighters because it's intense and veried, but not overwhelming (plus it has a great multiplayer mode), Star Parodier because of its perfect difficulty curve (starts out easy then gets really hard by the end), and Nanostray because of nostalgia (it was my first shmup, but also a very well-built game). I'm also partial to gradius, Galaga, Gley Lancer, and all the shmups by Treasure.
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945. Posted: Tue 13th Dec 2011 20:16 GMT
yes I consider anything older than the current gen retro. It's easier on my brain
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946. Posted: Tue 13th Dec 2011 20:39 GMT
But isnt PS2 considered current gen since you can still buy one new?
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947. Posted: Tue 13th Dec 2011 20:41 GMT
Nope. It's 6th gen. PS3 is 7th Gen. It's last gen, and by my definitions, retro.
948. Posted: Tue 13th Dec 2011 23:08 GMT
Whoa, mega cool! I just received my super out of this Siberian Citadel world complete copy of Mega Man 4 today! It has the registration card and of course the Capcom Craze Club poster. I love the Capcom Craze Club but I get the feeling the rest of you are not as crazy about it as I am. Oh well, more awsomness for me. But yeah, Mega Man games on the NES with a NES controller, does it get much better?
Edited on Tue 13th December, 2011 @ 23:09 by Ryno
949. Posted: Thu 15th Dec 2011 02:06 GMT
I get the feeling the rest of you are not as crazy about it as I am.
i have the same respect for Capcom too
Edited on Thu 15th December, 2011 @ 02:07 by ogo79
As @ogo79 said, the SNS-RZ-USA is a prime giveaway that it's not a legit retail cart.
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950. Posted: Fri 16th Dec 2011 02:22 GMT
I would almost buy a new N64 for this....
...Or a Super Famicom for this...
...Or a Famicom for this...
Edited on Fri 16th December, 2011 @ 02:38 by JGMR
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951. Posted: Sun 18th Dec 2011 21:10 GMT
Got Golden Sun through eBay for $10 with free shipping. I also purchased Wild Arms and Suikoden on PSN.
See if you could get a repro cart if Final Fantasy III so you can play it on a NES.
Edited on Sun 18th December, 2011 @ 21:12 by CanisWolfred
952. Posted: Tue 20th Dec 2011 04:09 GMT
My latest retro game is 29 retro games in 1 awesome retro game.
Gamesake wrote:I know most of you guys prefer retro gaming on the original consoles but stories just like this one are the reason I like the VC better. I'll emulate anything I can before I'll gamble on a lousy reseller.People are practically giving Xbox games away though so you shouldn't run into to many problems.
I know most of you guys prefer retro gaming on the original consoles but stories just like this one are the reason I like the VC better. I'll emulate anything I can before I'll gamble on a lousy reseller.
People are practically giving Xbox games away though so you shouldn't run into to many problems.
It still happens more often than it should. For example, I recently ordered a new copy of an Xbox game. It would have made a nice gift for my friend, except Capcom Classics was inside my "factory sealed" Taitos Legends case.
...in my pants.
953. Posted: Tue 20th Dec 2011 17:59 GMT
Now Taito Legends is a nice Xbox game! I have never received an incorrect game, that is pretty messed up. But at least you ended up with a quality game like Capcom Classics opposed to something like Halo.
Edited on Tue 20th December, 2011 @ 18:00 by Ryno
954. Posted: Tue 20th Dec 2011 22:04 GMT
Well got a few retro games for the kid for Christmas.
Got Mario Kart 64 and Star Wars Shadows of the Empire for N64
Aladdin for SNES
955. Posted: Tue 20th Dec 2011 23:29 GMT
at least you ended up with a quality game like Capcom Classics
It certainly could have been higher quality. Capcom Classics has 3 19XX games, 3 versions of Ghosts n' Goblins, 3 versions of Street Fighter 2, but no sign of Puzzle Fighter, Strider, or Progear. Maybe those last 3 games weren't classic enough for them.
956. Posted: Wed 21st Dec 2011 00:01 GMT
Well got a few retro games for the kid for Christmas.Got Mario Kart 64 and Star Wars Shadows of the Empire for N64Aladdin for SNES
Come on now, admit Tasuki those games are really for you!
Ryno wrote:at least you ended up with a quality game like Capcom ClassicsIt certainly could have been higher quality. Capcom Classics has 3 19XX games, 3 versions of Ghosts n' Goblins, 3 versions of Street Fighter 2, but no sign of Puzzle Fighter, Strider, or Progear. Maybe those last 3 games weren't classic enough for them.
Ha, no doubt. At least they wised up and put Strider on Volume 2.
Edited on Wed 21st December, 2011 @ 00:03 by Ryno
957. Posted: Wed 21st Dec 2011 00:49 GMT
I got 2 SNES games today.
The first being Slick Rick copy of Illusion of Gaia. Another SNES classic I missed out with my limited cashola as a child but I remember this bad boy on the cover of Nintendo Power and wanting it. This reminds me since it was developed by Quintet, are there any other Quintet games on the VC besides Act Raiser?
I doubled down with the seller and got Final Fantasy: Mystic Quest. Yeah I know it may not be the greatest Final Fantasy in this Fantastic world but oh well, still nice to have in the collection. What makes it a little unique is that the original shrink wrap is still mostly intact along with the Special Introductory Price seal/sticker. Cool to me at least to have those bonus rare extras.
958. Posted: Wed 21st Dec 2011 00:52 GMT
Tasuki wrote:Well got a few retro games for the kid for Christmas.Got Mario Kart 64 and Star Wars Shadows of the Empire for N64Aladdin for SNESCome on now, admit Tasuki those games are really for you!
Lol actually the Mario Kart games is cause I got the one on the VC with the Club Nintendo coins and he was asking for the 64 once I figure might as well get the Cart rather than the VC version.
959. Posted: Wed 21st Dec 2011 16:56 GMT
@Ryno - nope, ActRaiser's the only Quintet game Square-Enix released on the Virtual Console; such a shame, too, as the other Quintet-developed titles are very fun as well (thus far, I've only played four of their titles out of the six). As far as I'm concerned, eBay or Amazon or any retro store out there (if there are any in the area) are the best choices if one wishes to experience Quintet's other five SNES titles (if they own an SNES console, that is). And Illusion of Gaia? Good choice!
Edited on Wed 21st December, 2011 @ 17:05 by StarBoy91
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960. Posted: Wed 21st Dec 2011 17:20 GMT
I recently got ahold of the Power Stone collection for the PSP, and really I can see so far how these games influenced Super Smash Bros. Funny thing is, I actually find them to be more fun than SSB. Guess I'd say it's more fast-paced and exciting.