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421. Posted: Sun 3rd Oct 2010 06:44 BST
I reccommend Blaster Master to anyone who likes old school Metroidvania-lite games. Or anyone that likes the NES for that matter.
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422. Posted: Mon 4th Oct 2010 03:08 BST
@badmouthsadmouth: I would recommend Blaster Master since you like the Metroids and Cave Story. As for the remaining 500 points, I would recommend Alex Kidd In Miracle World. It's a prettg good platformer.
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423. Posted: Wed 6th Oct 2010 12:20 BST
I've been thinkin' about getting the Legend of Zelda (first one). I only have 500 Wii points. I already haveMega ManSuper Mario Bros. 3Super Mario Bros.in NES games. I thought I had more than that... NVM. Anyway, can you good people help?
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424. Posted: Wed 6th Oct 2010 15:18 BST
Gradius 2 on PC Engine
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425. Posted: Wed 6th Oct 2010 16:11 BST
I want to get a good and nor very expensive Pinball game. Which one is better Alien Crush or Devil Crush? Is ALien Crush Returns worthy? thanks
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426. Posted: Wed 6th Oct 2010 21:39 BST
The Legend of Zelda's a good, classic game. Just make sure to keep your eye out for bombable spots, kill all but 1 enemy in any area, and take plenty of notes, because this is not a game that holds your hand.
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427. Posted: Sun 10th Oct 2010 05:01 BST
Ogre Battle 64 is great. Have not played all the games you listed. Well just haven't played DC and NAI, but OB 64 is amazing. So much depth and lots of replay value because you can take different paths, which means different story and endings.
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428. Posted: Sun 10th Oct 2010 13:44 BST
ive never understoode how Ogre Batle works, hahah
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429. Posted: Sun 10th Oct 2010 18:54 BST
You place a flag, which is assigned to a group, at an area, and then that group will go to it. If they find anything on the way, they'll let you know. If they run into an enemy, they'll fight them. If they win, they'll continue, if they lose, they'll get knocked back. If the leader dies, they'll go all the way back to base to heal (if a member dies you can send them to a church to revive him). The goal is to fullfill the given objective, which may be to take over a certain number of areas, to kill a boss, or get to somewhere without everyone dying. You lose if everyone is dead, or if you run out of money to heal and pay your soldiers, or if your main base is taken over.
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430. Posted: Mon 11th Oct 2010 03:02 BST
I want a 500 nes game to go along with sonic 4, the 2 I've been thinking of are castlevania III, the legend of zelda, or blaster master, I already have castlevania 1 and the only zelda game I have is wind waker, also is there any other metroidvania games that I should be aware of
431. Posted: Mon 11th Oct 2010 03:12 BST
@kaw270 Well Castlevania 2:Simon's Quest is as close to metroidvania as you can get on the NES except for Metroid of course.
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432. Posted: Mon 11th Oct 2010 03:20 BST
Correction: The closest games are Ufouria and Blaster Master. Ufouria is closer, but it's 600 points, so it's out of the question.
433. Posted: Mon 11th Oct 2010 04:00 BST
Edited on Mon 11th October, 2010 @ 04:00 by SKTTR
434. Posted: Wed 13th Oct 2010 05:59 BST
Ok, I'm really considering getting four games now. I'll be getting Kid Icarus, Ice Climber, Mega Man, and Metroid. Should I avoid any of them?
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435. Posted: Wed 13th Oct 2010 06:11 BST
How high are your patience levels, and how skilled are you at platforming? If any of them are low, I suggest you avoid all of them. Those are some pretty hardcore games, emphasis on the hard. Better keep some spare controllers handy.
436. Posted: Wed 13th Oct 2010 06:21 BST
get mega man 2 instead of mega man, if u don't already have it
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437. Posted: Thu 14th Oct 2010 23:38 BST
I have 800 points to get my first shoot 'em up on VC. I was thinking of getting MUSHA, but it's not the best according to the forum. Any suggestions on a really good one that I need?
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438. Posted: Thu 14th Oct 2010 23:41 BST
439. Posted: Fri 15th Oct 2010 00:11 BST
I've reconsidered the VC games.
Mega Man- I'll wait until Mega Man 6.Kid Icarus- I'll just get the 3DS game. I'm biased toward modern anyway.Metroid- I don't know what I'll get.Ice Climber- meh. Doesn't look that great anyway
440. Posted: Fri 15th Oct 2010 00:34 BST
MUSHA is a really good game that you need. Like I mentioned before, not many people here even played it, so they don't know how good it is. However, it's not a good Shmup to start out with, as it's extremely difficult. I also wouldn't recommend starting out with Soldier Blade either, actually. I'd recommend Star Parodier because it's difficulty curve eases you into the game more, and doesn't become all that challenging until you're about halfway through. Other good ones are Lords of Thunder and Gley Lancer. Lords of Thunder is more unique for the genre, and offers a shop and a Mega Man-style level selection screen, as well as the ability to choose your weapon sets. Choose the right stages and the right weapon for each stage, and keep your stock of shop items up, and you'll be sailing. Gley Lancer I mostly mentioned because it has adjustable difficulties, but it is a great game in and of itself, and like Star Parodier, it has a better difficulty curve that eases you into the game, especially on easy mode.