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GameAddict

GameAddict

Sweden

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Wed 13th February, 2008

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GameAddict

#1

GameAddict commented on Gargoyle's Quest:

Ah, nostalgia. This was one of my first games for the GB, I remember playing this for hours on end as a little kid and yeah the difficulty was pretty unforgiving, but it made you feel awesome every time you beat the game.
Too bad I don't own a 3DS (yet!) otherwise I would have downloaded this baby right away to be able to relive a part of my childhood.

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#4

GameAddict commented on The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks:

Huzzah!
I'm hoping this will be an awesome game, unfortunately I never finished LoZ:PH and now I feel like I'd like to, so I'm going to have to go out and find myself a copy of it and hopefully finish before LoZ:ST comes out.

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#5

GameAddict commented on DS Snags Dragon Quest IX:

Yeah, lately I've started to really like RPG's on handhelds, it's fun to be able to take a plunge into an epic story wherever you go.

So I am hoping this will be a good game to add to my collection.

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#7

GameAddict commented on Top 10 RPGs We Want To Come To The Virtual Con...:

@ Damo: I am with you that Earthbound is overrated, I didn't find it to be so special.

The games I miss on the list are Secret of Mana, Secret of Evermore and Illusion of Gaia/Time.
The games I am hoping for are Chrono Trigger, Final Fantasy III and Terranigma.

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#8

GameAddict commented on Wonder Boy:

Ah such memories! I loved this game when I was a kid, alongside Alex Kidd in Miracle World and Golvellius: Valley of Doom.
I hope we'll get the game here in Europe.

EDIT: And just listen to that music, it's awesome! IMO that is. =D

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#9

GameAddict commented on Hardware Focus - Sega Master System:

Ah yeah, the good old Master System, I remember getting this when I was like 10 or 11 years old, I loved the games Golvellius: Valley of Doom, Alex Kidd in Miracle World, Fantasy Zone II: The Tears of Opa-Opa and Bank Panic, though I am not sure what I would think of them these days.