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Anyone use to play Actraiser on SNES?
great game, awesome music, mixed various game styles in one game.
my best friend and I beat it when we were like nine, last time I busted it out, I could not beat the final boss
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I wanna know where tha gold at? Stooooooops!
The Greatest Moment In The History Of The World:
Actraiser is awesome.
thats a lot of text why not do it in video format
My wife's alarm clock on her phone sounds almost exactly like the beginning of the Metroid Theme Song (without the static-y sounds between the high notes that are supposed to be the baseline)
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Would you rather have a buffalo take a diarrhea dump in your ear or play NES games
Last edited by chubbs; 05-02-2012 at 01:39 PM.
After its brief popularity quickly plummeted, I found one at Walmart for 25 bucks. Games were a few dollars apiece. Pretty sure I still have it laying around in a closet somewhere.
Mario Tennis and Red Alarm were damn fun games, but sure didn't do my eyesight any favors.
did you guys use to own a honeybee? it had like 99 games in one cartridge....
I am thinking about streaming/recording some of the old school games I play that have been updated to new systems. Also does anyone know if you can stream 3ds games and how they would appear to viewers?
If you wish to skip the intro, music, credits, etc. go to the 8:30 mark.
Yes, the stereo music and graphics were all part of the game. I still have the 3-1/2" floppy for my computer. Beats the hell out of any PC during the time.
If anyone is interested, my latest new thread:
whats the game where you go looking for keys through stupid mazes to open doors...i think it was dungeons and dragons or someshit...it felt like it can go on and on
So it goes.
Galaga was my favorite for awhile. I knew the pattern and how to cause the enemy to stop firing. After that it was a cake walk. There's 256 levels btw.
My classics include,
Nes-Zelda Metriod, Mario 3
SNES- ff3 earthbound super metroid, donkey kong country
Ps- ff7, gran Turismo
N64 Zelda mask and time games
GameCube, metriod prime, Zelda wind wracker
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