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booker_steve

booker_steve

United Kingdom

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booker_steve

#3

booker_steve commented on Review: Advance Wars (Wii U eShop):

@andreoni79 At the risk of being pedantic, I am sure Cannon Fodder 2 was Amiga/PC exculsive. The first one was on the SNES but it's a game that needs a mouse. If it supported the Snes mouse that would be great.

Sensible Soccer though, surely the greatest game of all time, and I barely follow football!

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#14

booker_steve commented on Pikmin 3 Will Need to Gather 3950MB to Downloa...:

I am considering downloading the Game digital version. It is £35 at present but that should equate to around £3.20 ish of Nintendo Network Premium points (Assuming it is considered to be at £40 value that the direct eshop download costs). Also about 80p of Game points. A bit long winded but I have been downloading 3DS games using game and it is working very well.

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#35

booker_steve commented on These Are The 10 NES Ambassador Games in Japan:

Cracking Job, would swap Yoshi for Wario's Woods but otherwise a top selection. Fingies crossed now for Mario 3 on the GBA.

I wonder if Europe will get 50hz pal versions or the normal one? I'm looking at you ridiculously fast Mario Bros Theme!

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#42

booker_steve commented on Talking Point: Your Favourite Nintendo Christm...:

I remember wanting an N64, we weren't made of money and it had been out many years. They released the goldeneye/N64 pack (not the one with the gold controller, the one after for £99), and I knew it was time. I was about 13, and was only allowed it if I sold my SNES (which I had the year the 64 came out), and the games to make up the money. A sad day indeed, especially as I had to wait 6 weeks without a console before Christmas.

But what a day when it came, playing Mario Kart and Goldeneye, only one controller, but my brother and I took it in turns. Ah, good times.

Kids these days don't realise how lucky they are with their two or three consoles and 500 games each.