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landamo last won the day on May 9 2016

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About landamo

  • Birthday 09/29/1984

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    Gaming, beer, anime, comic books, you know the usual stuff.
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    Playstation 4
  • Favorite Previous/Retro Platform?
    Super Nintendo

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    Way of The Samurai Portable
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    Chrono Trigger Fallout 3 Final Fantasy VI Super Mario Bros. 3 Mass Effect 2

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  1. Just wondering what everyone else does when it comes to retro gaming on a HD tv. I've looked into up scaling but I'm not sure which way to go. I did invest in a Retron 5 which has helped with the older cartridge based games but I would really like to play my Sega Saturn and N64 on my new tv.
  2. While a Dreamcast 2 would be really nice I don't think Sega is in a position where it could release a console would be able to compete in the market place. The best they could do would be an official clone that lets you play all of there back catalog.
  3. A psp go, got that bad boy soft modded and I can say that it is really nice.
  4. I don't think gaming will ever die per say but there might be another crash
  5. 2600 NES Master System Genesis Sega CD 32x SNES 3DO Saturn Ps1 N64 Dreamcast PS2 Xbox Gamecube Xbox 360 Wii PS3 Wii U PS4
  6. This happened to me recently with Skyrim. I had already beaten the game when it came out, but there was recently a sale on the DLC so I decided to go back and play it. I played for a good ways through the game before I got bored and decided to try something else.
  7. Oh this is an easy one Call of Duty, Madden, and Assiassin's Creed are all in dire need of a sequel. All kidding aside it would be pretty dope if we got a new Double Dragon game or a new numbered Shining Force or Phantasy star game. Oh and River City ransom would be cool too, maybe a new Metriod Prime too
  8. Of course it they will, maybe not by us older gamers but definitely by the kids of today. I can already see it, I don't consider the ps2 era retro at all but my cousin who is 10 years younger than me talks about it the same way I talk about the snes.
  9. Yard Sales, Flea Markets, Thrift Shops, and the occasional retro store or ebay search for the stuff that's a bit harder to find out in the wild.
  10. What is the earliest gaming memory you have? For me it was when I was 4 and I walked into my parents room and saw my dad playing a 2600. I remember he had a bunch of games next to the system and I asked him if I could play too and he let me play Joust.
  11. Game Informer. Although I never really read them, it's kind of hard to read news I knew about for like a month already.
  12. It was an issue of Tips and Tricks that covered Donkey Kong Country and Snatcher. Man I read that thing cover to cover a bunch of times. The whole reason I ever wanted a Sega CD was because of that issues coverage of Snatcher.
  13. I got something that actually falls into the use of that term. The Nintendo Playstation prototype. There is no way in hell I'm ever going to get my hands on it but damn that would be a cool one of a kind item to have.
  14. This whole NX thing reminds me of Sega in the late 90s, and even though the Dreamcast was a great system it did not work out very well for them. Hopefully Nintendo fairs better than it's former rival. I for one would really like to have a Nintendo console once again be my main console, something that hasn't been the case since 1995.
  15. I prefer physical, however I will buy digital if it's dirt cheap
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