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Topic: Which LucasArts game would you like to see on the Virtual Console?

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x10power

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rustythekid

Zombies Ate My Neighbors
Rogue Squadron
Shadows Of The Empire
Maniac Mansion

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Edwicket

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Maniac Mansion
Loom
Monkey Island 1

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Sean_Aaron

SKTTR wrote:

  • Rescue on Fractalus! (C64)
  • Koronis Rift (C64)
  • The Eidolon (C64)
  • Ballblazer (C64)

I'll echo these as well, though I'm willing to try other games I haven't seen before. The Gamecube Rogue Squadron games had difficulty tweaked the wrong side of hard and I ended up ditching them; is the N64 original more accessible?

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The Secret of Monkey Island (sega CD)
Indiana Jones' Greatest Adventures (snes
Star Wars: Ep. 1 Battle for Naboo (N64)
Star Wars: Ep. 1 Racer (N64)
Star Wars: Rogue Squadron (N64)
Star Wars: Shadows of the Empire (N64)
Star Wars: The Empire Strikes back (snes)
Star WArs: Return of the jedi (snes)
and to some how beable to play grim fandango, the dig, Day of the tentacle, sam and max, and monkey island 1 and 2.

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Knux

Sean+Aaron wrote:

The Gamecube Rogue Squadron games had difficulty tweaked the wrong side of hard and I ended up ditching them; is the N64 original more accessible?

The N64 original is MUCH easier, it is a very fun game.

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Rapadash6

I'd really like to see Indiana Jones and the Infernal Machine as I heard is was an excellent N64 game but only saw a very limited release.

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Sean_Aaron

SuperSonic1990 wrote:

Sean+Aaron wrote:

The Gamecube Rogue Squadron games had difficulty tweaked the wrong side of hard and I ended up ditching them; is the N64 original more accessible?

The N64 original is MUCH easier, it is a very fun game.

Cool. I had thought it was an on-rails game a la Star Fox, but someone told me that wasn't the case, so I'll be curious to see if it appears on the VC.

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zane

Maniac Mansion and Day of the tentacle WHOOOHAAWWW! Also Loom never tried it out in the first place. I will buy these games on the midnight they're released.

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suburban_sensei

Any Indy or Star Wars games would be a welcome addition in my book.

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vio

I'd actually like to see the SCUM games. I always loved Full Throttle. But since there's no PC/Mac support on VC, it seems highly unlikely.

Beyond that, just give me all the N64 games and I'm happy.

vio

Incognito_D

Sean+Aaron wrote:

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I'll echo these as well, though I'm willing to try other games I haven't seen before. The Gamecube Rogue Squadron games had difficulty tweaked the wrong side of hard and I ended up ditching them; is the N64 original more accessible?

I'd say it was the other way round, with the N64 game being harder. Some of the levels towards the end are rock hard.

There was more levels in the N64 original, so maybe the learning curve was more gradual? I'd still say the GameCube games are easier but that's maybe just me.

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