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tedart

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  1. I like your list. I would just like to add Secret of Mana, Soul Blazer, Actraiser, Blackthorne, Turtles In Time, and Gradius III, but those are all 3rd parties and I know that won't happen.
  2. I like this idea. I can't help but think that unless they are going to do more with it, they could have put twice as many games on it? In these modern times?
  3. I agree. Mainly when a game is rereleased, remade, re-done, re-mixed, whatever, etc.... the main thing I appreciate is updated graphics, like Zelda Windwaker. Other than that, I guess having more options is cool, but it's no big deal. As long as the main game isn't messed with too much. When I play Final Fantasy, I just go back to playing the old original copies. But I understand not everyone can do that.
  4. Uh-Oh, you're last issue! Better renew! ha ha ha
  5. I'm also opposite. I've played games where I've never touched multiplayer. Even popular ones like Halo 3. I don't think it's worth it without at least a single player option, whatever it is.
  6. I have a 3DS, and I love it. But I probably don't play it as often as any of my consoles. I don't play anything on a phone. I like buttons.
  7. I never was a PC guy myself until my brother introduced me to Steam. Sure, you can't sell your games or lend them out to friends, but the prices are too good. And with a Steam Link, you can enjoy the comfort from your couch.
  8. Those NES games were great. And that music! Some of the best out there.
  9. This game looks good. I think I might be in the minority here, but I wish they would keep going with the rock music in Sonic games. I love that stuff.
  10. I have played most popular consoles. I have yet to play (or never have) the Neo Geo, PSP, and if it counts, the 32x from Sega.
  11. Agree, MK II was the best. It had great fatalities. I do enjoy the newer games, but the more they make, the more I feel is left out from past games, like cooler characters that they don't pay attention to anymore.
  12. After you create a few levels of your own, does the game still offer the same excitement? I don't own it and have yet t play it, so I'm just curious.
  13. This game was so hard. I could never beat that hover-bike stage or whatever it was called.
  14. Symphony of the Night, Final Fantasy and Hooters: Road Trip. I won't name ten, because I think these were the only games we had.
  15. I always liked this one, among thousands, but this whole soundtrack is great. https://youtu.be/9uc-GRg5pjQ?list=PLB784776F547256AA
  16. Like the above person, I don't even enjoy 1st person shooters, but Prime and it's sequals were such great games. They had great controls, even when transferred to the Wii. The 2-D games were great, too. Super is one of my favorites. Everything was right about that game.
  17. I like Pikmin, but not sure how this one will turn out. It works great as a 3-D game, and on the WiiU it has very pretty graphics.
  18. For many reasons, most of them have already been listed. But the main one is, yes, nostalgia. Especially for me, the days of gaming during the SNES and Genesis were happy times. Sites like this are so important.
  19. How do adults here like playing these games? They have that kid-like flair to them, so I have delayed trying them, but I've always been interested. I always thought the customizable aspect was pretty cool.
  20. I don't know if it would be wise, but I think it would be fun to have cartridges again. I liked owning those things back in the day.
  21. Like others have said, Nintendo Power and EGM. Those were the two for me. There were others, like Gamepro, but those were the main two.
  22. Sorry if I missed it and someone already mentioned this, but for the issues that had alternate or multiple covers, are they uploaded with the magazines on this site?
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