Topic: What games do you NOT want on VC?

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Vaynard wrote:

MarkyVigoroth wrote:

I DEFINITELY do not want to see that "Revenge" porn game...
(Wait... that is for an Atari system!)

Lol you my friend are referring to the great Custer's Revenge. There is no way Nintendo would ever ever bring that game to VC.

If they can bring Splatterhouse 2 and that Poker WiiWare game, then that would be a worrisome possibility.
(Yes; I was too non-willing to search for the full title of Custer's Revenge...)

Actually, I like Bowser AND hairy bellies!


A good chunk of the games mentioned are big on nostalgia for me, especially Section Z and the NES Ghostbusters. I understand not wanting certain games that you may despise to come out before the one holy grail game that you really want to have come out, but really, I'm all for all games coming out...except maybe Custers Revenge... that stuff's just messed up.

"You have 15 seconds to comply."


Games with realistic possiblilty that I do not want:

1. Super Street Fighter II: The New Challenger (Sega Genesis)
2. Super Pitfall (Nintendo Entertainment System)
3. Smash Table Tennis (Famicon)
4. Deadly Tower (NES)
5. Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (NES)
6. Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (Any versions)


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I'd like to see Atari 2600 games at 200 points and Intellivision/Colecovision games at 400 points. But they should only release good games, maybe sometimes they can release a bad games as long as it isn't E.T. or Pac-Man.

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I thought of another: Deep Blue for TG16.
I can stomach watching trainwreck Let's Play videos completely through (like absurd-difficulty Mario hacks where the player takes a whole video and can't make one screen progress).
But I tried to watch a video of a single level of this shooter, and I couldn't avoid fast-forwarding. It's that boring.



Mario Party 1 ^^ kidding xD


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