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waldojeffershead

waldojeffershead

United States

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Sun 6th April, 2008

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waldojeffershead

#1

waldojeffershead commented on ClayFighter:

I love this game but as far as I'm concerned it was a Super Nintendo game. the Sega version always looked fake.. Listen up Interplay, The Lost Vikings is a SNES game also!

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#2

waldojeffershead commented on Double Dragon:

Thank you Virtual Console, Double Dragon was the only reason a regretted selling my NES; but now a Wii Solution! I find this game to be most enjoyable though I still tend to die after or during the fight with those 2 big dudes with green shorts, And those Tomba Mother F%^*ers with the purple pants are truly on my last nerves...

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#5

waldojeffershead commented on Donkey Kong Country:

It took me a while to get around to purchasing this game, I played it for a week straight after purchasing. After completing the better part of this tedious adventure I seem to have lost interest, hopefully I will regain enough interest to complete the game soon. The (Super, ECT) "Barrel Blast" levels are enough to make a grown man puke and the mastering of the art is unsatisfying. All & all this is a solid SNES title that makes a priceless addition to your Nintendo library, you will more than likely replay this game.

-WALDO

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#7

waldojeffershead commented on Sonic the Hedgehog 2:

It's no Super Mario World, but at least this installment of Sonic the Hedgehog has a 2 player mode, something Sonic needed from the start. I have gotten fairly far in this game but I always seem to loose interest in the land of "black water". 1990s video games treated oil as serious business, my how the future pans out. Again, sonic doesn't hold a candle to any Super Nintendo Mario game. Even "Mario is Missing" owned compared to this game. Never the less this game is rather fun in moderation.

-Waldo

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#8

waldojeffershead commented on ToeJam & Earl:

I remember this game being a lot funkier as a child. I played it for a short while until I found something better to do with my time. I wouldn't buy this game unless you have a lot of down time or are recovering from (massive) surgery or something. Hey, at least I have Toe Jam & Earl on my Wii, who would have thought?

-WALDO

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#9

waldojeffershead commented on Blades of Steel:

I purchased this game, unfortunately I cannot rate it until I have given it a far shake with multiple players. single player isn't anything to write home about, but based on the appearance of the game I can see a multi-player being a lot of fun. I also feel I should purchase the classic Nintendo ICE Hockey to compare, I remember playing that game as a child. It's no NHL 2004 for the PS2, but rather an enjoyable video form of my favorite sport. The only thing wrong with this game is the lack of the Boston Bruins!

-WALDO

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#10

waldojeffershead commented on Mario Kart 64:

To this point I got away with only renting Mario Kart 64, I figured 1000 wii points later I would never have to rent again (not that I still have an N64) but I played it a few times on my Wii with multiple players but not it is just another over looked channel. I wouldn't recomend buying this game until you have a few people to play with. Super Mario Kart was my favorite by far, I cannot wait for it's release on virtual console.

-WALDO

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#11

waldojeffershead commented on Wave Race 64:

A smooth enjoyable game. Outstanding with multiple players post pub with a little bit of lager to keep the buzz going. Smooth and fluid, a true N64 classic, worthy of at least 4 stars., 5 may be pushing it...

-WALDO

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#12

waldojeffershead commented on Pac-Man:

This game is solid, I have invested some time playing it. Pac Man deserves a solid 4 stars, Ms. Pac Man is my favorite and I know there will be a day when both Mr & Ms Pac Man grace my Wii menu, but still who doesn't need a little pac man in their life? You will be surprised how much you play this game.

-WALDO

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#13

waldojeffershead commented on Cruis'n USA:

The best in the Crusin' series, far better than crusin' exotic or world. This is an honest 5 stars, I loved the game new and it is nearly as enjoyable to re-live, 1000 wii points is a bit steep, but I'm getting my money out of it. I was shocked to see such a low rating, I guess nerds don't enjoy racing games. I also have to say, this game is far more fun and holds much higher replay factor then any Zelda/Link game to date. Don't hesitate to purchase!

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#14

waldojeffershead commented on Moto Roader:

It seemed like a good idea at the time, how ever many wii points later I find myself debating whether or not to delete this zero fun embarrassment from my Wii. The only element the creator of this game left out would be the fun factor...

-WALDO

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#15

waldojeffershead commented on Donkey Kong:

Don't front, this is one of the best games ever, especially for VC. You can just flip your wii-mote on it's side and use it as the classic NES controller, there is always time for donkey kong. my personal best is "0896900", I love this game. You cannot knock Donkey Kong until you have passed level 5, then you'll be rating it 5 all day long.

-WALDO

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#16

waldojeffershead commented on Super Mario World:

Truly the best and longest running game of all time, a true masterpiece for the Super Nintendo, a masterpiece itself. I played this game for the better part of my childhood...

-WALDO