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101. Posted: Wed 10th Nov 2010 03:48 GMT
I regret getting SMB3. It frustrates me to no end.
Super Star Wars Trilogy. That's right...I have wasted 2,400 points on 3 games I thought I would like since I am a huge Star Wars fan. I just can't get past how cheap the enemies are...it's frustrating!
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102. Posted: Fri 12th Nov 2010 00:58 GMT
so far nothing on vc but im buying lots soon but im really checking all the games cause i learned my lesson on some wii ware games
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103. Posted: Fri 12th Nov 2010 01:18 GMT
Ghosts N' Goblins. I'm so glad I'm not a hot-head. This game was harder than Super Ghouls N' Ghosts!
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104. Posted: Sat 13th Nov 2010 08:50 GMT
Ghosts N Goblins is a really hard game. I think StarTropics may be a regrettable purchase for me. I say this because I just don't think I'm as great at those really hard games anymore like I was used to as a kid. I think I got as far as the third dungeon. I will try it again sometime though.
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105. Posted: Wed 17th Nov 2010 23:09 GMT
I take back what I said about Super Mario Kart. While the controls are a bit off, it's still a very fun game.
Edited on Wed 17th November, 2010 @ 23:13 by Timwario
106. Posted: Wed 17th Nov 2010 23:35 GMT
Only VC game I regret getting is River City Rampage, only because I can never find anyone to play it with. Most of the games I've bought are either ones I had when I was younger or games I really wanted to try but couldn't. So far my track record has been pretty good.
EDIT: Actually, scratch that. ComixZone and Blaster Master turned out to be duds for me.
Edited on Wed 17th November, 2010 @ 23:37 by JonWahlgren
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107. Posted: Tue 23rd Nov 2010 05:34 GMT
Ok, as of now my regrets are:
Sonic Chaos- I got it for nostalgia reasons, and it hasn't aged very well. Cruisin' USA- the graphics are subpar and the game goes too fastMario Kart 64- it'd be better if they'd waited until after Super Mario 64Zelda II- very hard
Edited on Tue 23rd November, 2010 @ 06:27 by The_Ink_Pit_Ox
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108. Posted: Sun 5th Dec 2010 04:23 GMT
I kind of regret Legend Of Zelda. It's fun, but I ended up getting stuck and I haven't played much since.
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109. Posted: Sun 5th Dec 2010 06:15 GMT
Jon Wahlgren wrote:
Only VC game I regret getting is River City Rampage, only because I can never find anyone to play it with. Most of the games I've bought are either ones I had when I was younger or games I really wanted to try but couldn't. So far my track record has been pretty good.EDIT: Actually, scratch that. ComixZone and Blaster Master turned out to be duds for me.
i can see how you got River City Ransom confused with Retro City Rampage lolwe can call it Retro River Ransom
110. Posted: Sun 5th Dec 2010 06:57 GMT
Sounds like someone never played the originals.
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111. Posted: Sun 5th Dec 2010 17:41 GMT
__Suburban_Sensei wrote:Super Star Wars Trilogy. That's right...I have wasted 2,400 points on 3 games I thought I would like since I am a huge Star Wars fan. I just can't get past how cheap the enemies are...it's frustrating!Sounds like someone never played the originals.
They Probably didn't. Still, it relies too much on memorization, IMO.
112. Posted: Sun 5th Dec 2010 22:36 GMT
Indiana Jones' Greatest Adventures is starting to feel like a regretted download. It has too many small enemies that are hard to kill and that can get frustrating.
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113. Posted: Sun 5th Dec 2010 23:11 GMT
Okay, I have a lot...Balloon Fight (NES), Galaga (NES), Pac-Man (NES) - There's almost no content, reallyKirby's Adventure (NES), F-Zero X (N64) - Just not my thing, though I might give Kirby another chanceSuper Mario RPG: Legend Of The Seven Stars (SNES) - Too boringMario Kart 64 (N64) - The tracks suck, the items REALLY suck, and the steering is just ***! Worst MK ever.
Edited on Sun 5th December, 2010 @ 23:11 by SpaghettiToastBook
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114. Posted: Sat 11th Dec 2010 11:42 GMT
The only VC game I regret buying is, surprisingly, Star Fox 64. I haven't played it once!
Back in the N64 days, I played it a little and I liked it but it wasn't my favourite game. I liked it for it's silly quotes rather than gameplay since I'm not really into shooters. When it came out for the VC I thought "omg Starfox 64!" and I bought it right away. Then I realized I had no interest in actually playing it.
115. Posted: Sat 11th Dec 2010 13:24 GMT
The contents of this thread is precisely the reason I am hesitant to make VC purchases and only own 3 VC games.
116. Posted: Sat 11th Dec 2010 16:43 GMT
It's better to regret a game that cost you $10 or less than to regret a $50 retail game.
When I say I regret Star Fox 64, I'm using strong language. I don`t lose sleep over it. I've actually decided to buy more VC games to bulk up my collection. Support the Virtual Console and buy more games!
117. Posted: Sat 18th Dec 2010 21:20 GMT
Well, I'm no longer regretting Zelda II now that I've gotten help from a walkthrough. It's just hard getting started is all.
118. Posted: Thu 23rd Dec 2010 00:24 GMT
IMO, the old Castlevania games were MUCH harder than Zelda II. I actually managed to beat it, as opposed to Castlevania III.
On topic- I didn't really care for Breath of Fire 2 much. I don't know why, because I love RPGs and all, but it really just didn't appeal to me. Maybe it was the story (or maybe I set my standards impossibly high, IDK). Either way, I'm kind of regretting it now. Also, I found Kirby 64 a bit... I don't know... shallow. It was okay, just nothing special.
119. Posted: Thu 23rd Dec 2010 00:31 GMT
@STB If anything, Kirby's Adventure is the one game I'm really lucky I chose. See, I found some Pepsi caps at a football game last year while Pepsi was doing their Rock Band promotion, and I was deciding between two games to buy- SMB 3 and Kirby, as I had 500 points. Well, I went with Kirby as I felt like I needed to play it after previously owning Nightmare in Dream Land. I'm very glad I did so, because KA is now my favorite game of all time and SMB 3 doesn't interest me whatsoever (my brother got it with the internet channel refund).
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120. Posted: Thu 23rd Dec 2010 00:37 GMT
I kind of regret getting legend of zelda orcania of time. Don't get me wrong it's a very good game, I just like the more recent 2D zelda games. I also regret buying Donkey Kong Country 2 except this time it was my fault since I bought the gameboy advance version after I bought the VC version and now I only play the GBA version because I can play it more often.