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games only you played

>> No.3184252
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>> No.3184292

>i'm the only person who's played one of the most well known saturn franchises

>> No.3184434

this is probably the best flipper game on the game boy. Many played it.

>> No.3184443
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This was so hard as a kid

>> No.3184446

Before Pokemon Pinball, that is. But OP, this guy's right.

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>> No.3184521
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>> No.3184537
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>> No.3184559
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The game my parents picked out when I got my N64. Actually pretty good, but really fucking hard.

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Raven Software pre-Heretic. Was very interesting: was a Doom-like FPS but with mouse cursor targeting?

>> No.3184576

I played a lot of this back in the day. I find it a bit too repetitive and uneventful. The soccer game for multiplayer was nice.

>> No.3184613

damn fucking intro is so good.

>> No.3184626


played all of these. what a shit thread.

>> No.3184632
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Aww yea OP! It's been in my gameboy for weeks because I've been playing the piss out of it off and on.

>> No.3184639

I haven't played most of these. This is a good thread.

>> No.3184657

I have that cart

Pretty beat up tho

>> No.3184662

I still get that song stuck in my head from time to time.

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>> No.3185601

bigoted buck bumble

>> No.3185626
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I've rented this a few times when I was kid. Great clone of Super Off-Road. Has an unconventional starting menu though (must press select on title screen, instead of start, otherwise the game loops the first course over and over).

Never seen this one before, but looks fun and has a charming pixel art and animations. Will have to play it for sure.

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Couldn't handle the mechanics as a kid, but now I'd say it's kinda fun.

>> No.3185671

Final password is BAAA. No, really.

>> No.3185690

This is a widely known game. The sequel, Flying Warriors, is a lot better in my opinion.

>> No.3185697
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This game didn't exist on the internet 5 years ago.

>> No.3186142


ITT: games that everyone has played

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>> No.3186185

Known, sure, but mostly because of the sequels, let's be real.

Actually played? Eh, you'd be surprised. A lot of people got hung up during the training sequence on judo throws.

>> No.3186187

keeping with the theme of popular games, eh?

>> No.3186195

Wat about MegaZeux (later)

Or Kingdom of Kroz (earlier)

>> No.3186351

>Known, sure, but mostly because of the sequels,

not the anon you were replying to, but Flying Dragon is, at least in the US, by far the most well known game in the series.

>> No.3186360

Are you serious? I owned a copy of this complete in box. Its a really good game, not incredibly obscure.

>> No.3186368

I'd never seen it mentioned on the Internet - until I googled that box art and saw a lot of images from the game. I don't follow any YouTube gaming channels, I don't know if it was ever featured by a personality or whatnot. I wasn't feeling like a special snowflake or anything, and if I help anyone discover it, and they have fun, that's great :D

>> No.3186394

Oh, in that case, its actually second in a series of three games, but its the only one we got in the West. Not sure if there's fan translations for the other two of not yet, but if you enjoyed it you might wanna check em out.

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People have played this game, but not many have actually played it multiple times, I guess unless it was the only game they had for Sega CD.. I don't even know why I didn't get rid of it right away, these games sucked

>> No.3187649

Of course, it was the only one that got localized. That doesn't mean it was popular at all - it wasn't.

>> No.3188294
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This shit was badass back when I was a kid

>> No.3188381

Biggity buck bumbo

>> No.3188386
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Same for manga and anime.

>> No.3188516

You're mistaken. Flying Warriors and the N64 installment were both localized in the US. The game has a 24% rarity rating on rarityguide dot com, which classifies it as common.

>> No.3188524

The manga was alright.

>> No.3188534

Well I'm clearly letting facts get in the way of a good opinion, but it still seems like fucking nobody played it. I've mentioned it several times on /vr/ and you're honestly the only person I've seen discuss it at all and I'm STILL getting the impression you just googled it instead of actually playing it.

>> No.3188562

>post a game which you've never spoken to someone else who played it, hoping that you can find someone to talk about it with

>people have played the game and they just shit on you for posting it
>people haven't played it and they ignore you

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I found it a little boring.
But I like Hayashibara Megumi.

>> No.3188818

lol then whats your favorite 3x3 eyes game then?

>> No.3188831
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Sadly that's the only 3x3 eyes game I've played.
But I played other Hayashibara Saturn games like Blue Seed, Slayers Royal, and Sword and Sorcery.

>> No.3188834

So wait, you haven't seen the manga/anime?

>> No.3188838

Treasure Mountain.... I played the fuck outta that on my old 386

>> No.3188850
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Ahh 90s edutainment. How about this one?

>> No.3188908

I watched the anime.

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You have no idea how nervous I was Googling this box art.

>> No.3189138

true, I don't

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>> No.3189146
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>> No.3189152
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You innocent lad, you. No. This.

>> No.3189154

all I'm saying is, there's a perfectly innocent use of silk road, and it's considerably more common. So why exactly should you be nervous about looking up things about it?

>> No.3189160

>living in a police state
>having open drug cases
I'm certain it was FAR less common when that site was up and running. No one gives a fuck about history. People live and die for drugs.

>> No.3189190

You're paranoid.

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>> No.3189562

How were these games?

>> No.3189601
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Man there is something I love about original Gameboy cover art

>> No.3189642

>not vpning so you can tor in a vm on a live cd so u can shitpost on a dominican coconut enthusiast forum

>> No.3189717

about jj, i learned to like it and enjoy it a lot cause it was on a multicart that was the only thing i had for a long time, but it was not evident at first.

>> No.3189851

You should try the manga, the anime is like 1/10 of the story.

>> No.3190274
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Pretty cool box art, btw.

Game is also really fun, if you don't have it. Basically it's a cross between Bokosuka Wars and Pocky and Rocky, except good.

>> No.3190323

yall niggas ever play quest 64?

>> No.3190327


Quest 64 is a pretty damn good game, only complaint is it's easy to get lost, especially after battles.

>> No.3190335

i didnt like playing it as a kid for that reason

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I'm sure /vr/ has played it, but none of my friends even know what it is.

>> No.3190346


Same here but when I grew up I revisited that game and found it highly enjoyable. Still got the game and box for my N64.

>> No.3190380

we definitely talk about this game quite regularly here

>> No.3192730

This was the first Gameboy game I ever played.

>> No.3192867
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The fact there's barely any info on these games really annoys me.

>> No.3195268

i have that game

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Anyone? This game was really kick-ass and had an incredible level editor, played it everyday along with doom deathmatch with my dad

>> No.3197759

I know about the series and wanted to get into them for awhile now, especially the gallery shooter one.

>> No.3197902
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It's a very... intersting series. Most of the games play very differently from each other. If I had to say which one was the best, probably Great Battle 4 or 5. They series has some good music too.

>> No.3197912

I played 'Revenge of the Gator'.

I remember playing it and playing it as a kid. I thought that I could eventually beat it. Damn near found every secret, and I kept waiting for an ending.

>It never came.

Hold me bros.

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>> No.3204293

A bit disappointing it did not have an ending like the Crush pinball series or Battle Pinball or HAL's follow up Kirby Pinball, but it's still a very great game. I still love playing it. Even rebought a cartridge of it. Wish it would get a small budget remake.

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Are you being ironic?

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>> No.3207223


idk why you guys think these early gameboy games were obscure or something, but they weren't. at all.

>> No.3207393
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This was pretty cute.

I loved that game. The astronomy sections took me forever to figure out though.

>> No.3207558

>Move over Mario

>> No.3207580
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>Move Over Mario
>Nintendo Official Magazine
>PlayStation game

>> No.3208748

>tfw I've played every Gameboy and GBC game.
These threads will never mean anything to me.

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>> No.3208765

The game was supposed to have a n64 version but it was never released even though the port was complete.

>> No.3208782

That's a lot of games!

>> No.3208787
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Am I the only one with an N64? No one has played or even heard of this hidden gem! What a classic! ;^)

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Not terribly rare, but an okay game with great story.

>> No.3208828
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Terrible game.

>> No.3208861
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I keep seeing this game in "worst games of all time" lists but 12 year old me had a blast

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fucking old lady

>> No.3208876
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Hi I've played ROTG, OP!
The music was amazing. Everyone played it. HECK I had a Game Boy walkthrough book thingy which had the following games in it:
Bart Simpsons Escapes Camp Deadly, Fortress of Fear, Quirk, Mario Land, Mario Golf AND ROTG so don't act so special.
I know there will be someone who has played MY GAME but I never see anyone talking about it and IF I post it it always ends up getting ignored so I might as well post it here hoping for someone to comment on it.

>> No.3208883

Hey it's me again the GENE MACHINE dude. Of course I've played Jack Orlando. I even BOUGHT it when it just came out and I even beat it and enjoyed it A LOT!
The thing is: The ENGLISH version is a horrible nightmare. The German version has GREAT voice acting with popular voice actors while the English version is an embarassing and akward piece of shit which means its just not playable. I've got the Jack Orlando version from STEAM and GOG but both seem to only feature the ENGLISH audiotrack - awful. I can not figure out how to change the language to German. Having an English OS probably does not help / game might detect the language of my OS. I still have the original CDs - mono and stereo version but I am not able to get it to run with DosBox or DFender Reloaded. I've already tried to copy the audio files from the original version into the folder of the Directors Cut. This would work to SOME extent but quickly crashed the game.

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dat amazing level editor tho

>> No.3208915
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why do you WRITE like THIS?

>> No.3208934

Nice try

>> No.3209042
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I have literally never heard anyone on /vr/ talk about this game.

>> No.3209340

eggbert was cool. had a nes castlevania-ish feel to it's controls except you were even more vulnerable.

and yeah that level editor was fantastic. we had this game on all the school cumputers back in 3rd-4th and literally all we did in lab was try to best eachother with the hardest shit we could make. fuckin miss those days

>> No.3209342

>sevenleaf is actually ross scott
freeman's mind's ending was shitty

>> No.3209347

Hi there!
You seem to have made a bit of a mistake in your post. Luckily, the users of 4chan are always willing to help you clear this problem right up! You appear to have used a tripcode when posting, but your identity has nothing at all to do with the conversation! Whoops! You should always remember to stop using your tripcode when the thread it was used for is gone, unless another one is started! Posting with a tripcode when it isn't necessary is poor form. You should always try to post anonymously, unless your identity is absolutely vital to the post that you're making!
Now, there's no need to thank me - I'm just doing my bit to help you get used to the anonymous image-board culture!

>> No.3209351

tbf tripcodes do make you feel more responsible for your posts. unless you want to make shitposting your thing I guess

>> No.3209357

>implying they don't take off the tripcode to shitpost then put it back

>> No.3209383

i'm singing the music now. probably my favorite game on the game boy, i just couldn't stop playing it

>> No.3209395

People who say "Hi" on imageboards are at least three times more autistic than people who "Umm" and copypasta. So you are fairly high on the autism scale just now.

The majority of users do not care about tripfags, most of them don't even look at the name field, and then we get people like yourself who draw infinitely more attention to them than anything else on the site.

>> No.3209397

I was surprised when I learned Toki Tori is a spiritual successor (but without the awesome editor)

>> No.3209401

Former namefag here - I used to do that constantly.

>> No.3209403

Umm, sorry, but people who think they are a special snowflake are highly triggering. Gotta call out a faggot when I see one.

>> No.3209585

Fight me if you will

Its a point and click adventure by the McCain french fries company. I actually really enjoyed it and beat the entire game. I don't think anyone else in here has ever played or at least beaten this one.

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because there is no way to write bold text in here or if there is i am not aware of how to type bold. overall it doesn't really matter because people in here are fags. it's like
so little kids post games every fucking one has played. I come along and post shit no one has ever played and once again I get ignored and no one says anything about it. so whats the point in posting games only you have played? only for others to come along and be like
to feel superior and better about themselves instead of educating themselves and learning about something NEW they were not aware of yet? real tired of this ignorant shit.

>> No.3209786
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I've never seen people talk about this, but it was my bread and butter as a kid.

>> No.3209790

What if maybe this thread is an opportunity for us to talk about games we played that we don't see discussed?

Quit turning everything into an indie-cred dickwaving contest.

>> No.3210258

>maybe this thread is an opportunity for us to talk about games we played that we don't see discussed
then set the topic accordingly

>> No.3211217
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>40 winks

>> No.3211227

2much werk

>> No.3211658

Wow what a coincidence two people on a gaming board have both played the same game

>> No.3212528
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Should go through this again just to check if it wasn't shit and I played through it as a kid anyway because few alternatives. Like Batman Returns and Bubsy

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fucking NOBODY knows what this is. It was my first vidya, too

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Neil D. Voss made a great soundtrack. Grab the USF dump for foobar2000 at usf.joshw.info.

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Unlike any game I've ever played

>> No.3215864

when you see it...

>> No.3215874

You sound american

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it was bad

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It was hard and not fun

>> No.3216203

If pictures of the game exist on the Internet then you are hardly the only person to have ever played it.

>> No.3217109
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In all my time browsing /vr/, the only instances I've seen this game brought up is when I did it.

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i feel like i played it in the mid 90s, but i can't place it

>> No.3217154

Shut the fuck up newfag!

>> No.3217167

this game was massively popular here like a year or two ago when the "retro games are good because they are HARD and a game isn't truely retro unless they are HARD" trend was in full swing. I'm so glad that is no longer a thing, that was fucking annoying.

>> No.3217168

I had this game, I remember it being interesting at first but getting dull really quick.

>> No.3217183
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An early attempt at a some what open FPS, it had a lot of good ideas. Interactive objects beyond glorified switches. Roaming NPCs. A cybernet that you could hack into. But the game felt like exactly that, a bunch of ideas, and none of them really melded together, and William Shatner's lame story with every near future sci-fi cliche didn't really make any sense or work to hold the game together either. There was potential in this game, but it never quite got there.

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>> No.3217203

played this as a kid and hated it because i thought it was about x-men but then it wasn't

>> No.3217238
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CyberMage was way ahead of its time in its mix of RPG elements, attempts at open world, and faux-cinematic game play with in-game cut scenes.

It wasn't until HL1 that the tech to do in-game cinematic experience was ready.

Megarace and its sequel was a common pack-in game for HP and Packard Bell machines. They were okay racers. Lance Boyle is hilarious.

TekWar was in just about every $8 bargain bin in existence when it hit the market and probably one of the best games Crapstone ever made (shame Fate never finished). It was actually the first BUILD engine game on the market before DN3D made it famous. It also made its attempt as TECHNOLOGY with its vehicles and NPCs, but it was ultimately a bog standard shooter with cool aesthetic. Enjoyed everything but that stupid cybermaze at the end.

>> No.3217257

Actually TekWar and Witchaven were tied for the first Source Engine game as they were released on the same date. Both games were developed by Capstone.

>> No.3217281

went to look into it, was excited at first because it said it was a cyberpunk game... but instead it's one of those cyberpunk games with a mideval style setting. Why did game developers always feel the need to do this in the mid-90s.

>> No.3217283

Makes me wonder how Capstone managed to get their hands on a modern (for the time) engine like BUILD. I remember playing the Witchhaven 1 shareware and it felt more like one of their "enhanced Wolfenstein engine" games.

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>> No.3217342

Actually, with a bit more digging on wikipedia, I found out that there was a Build engine game that was made before any of those games in 1994 called Legend of The Seven Paladins. It was made in 7 days and only released on a private network of some sort. I'm assuming it was made just to demonstrate the engine though. Supposedly it's floating around online but I'm too lazy to look for it right now.

Also, it is kind of a mystery how Capstone did get their hand on it. I can't really find anything that would shed light onto it.

>> No.3217359

found footage of the semi-released 1994 build game...
Weirdly it's a Chinese game. Though it does seem to exist purely as a demo of the engine.

>> No.3217790
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A surprisingly decent sequel to the horrible Lawn Mower Man PC game. It's pretty similar to the first game but done a lot better in every way. Why they even made this game is a bit of a mystery though.

>> No.3217896
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Getting a straight answer on Legend of the Seven Paladins seems next to impossible.

From what I've been able to gather at these two links:
The game was completed and hit the asian market despite not having an engine license, not that it would matter there. The video shows the engine was retail ready at the time.

Capstone itself is a mystery considering they managed to spend over a decade kicking out kusoge and managing to snag publishing rights to interesting stuff like Chronomaster.

>> No.3217930

>using the term kusoge for western made games
I hate to beat on you for this because your posts are otherwise ok, but this is dumb.

>> No.3217934

Holy shit, going to Wikipedia is considered "digging" now. I fucking hat this generatin.

>> No.3217943

stop acting like a child or fuck off.

>> No.3217948

The correct term is "shovelware" but couldn't think of it at the time.

>> No.3217962

hey, just to give you more to pointlessly attack me over, the information on wiki even ended up being wrong like >>3217896 pointed out.

>> No.3217993

Euros don't shit bricks when seeing them, or even give enough of a damn to fake outrage. The US are prudish as fuck

>> No.3218006

brits do though, and are worse about it than the US.

>> No.3218025
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>> No.3218034

Looked up the game and can't for the life of me figure out why this is branded as having something to do with Matchbox, the game is rather dull puzzle game that has nothing to do with toy cars.

>> No.3218036

Played it as a kid. Beaten it twice. There's even a page on HG101 about the many different ports.

>> No.3218056

It's not a great game, but my cousin used to have it and it kinda stuck with me. Clever puzzles, decent music and the game is a real asshole to you when you lose. More importantly I never hear of anyone talking about it EVER.

>> No.3218073
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Weird attempt to mashup Pinball with action RPG elements. It's not entirely successful with it's implementation but an interesting and fun experience anyhow.

>> No.3218085

played the fuck out of this

normally, I could barely get to level 3. occasionally I'd get to level four. one time made it to the last level, but blew it all the way back to the beginning and couldn't get anywhere near there ever again.

I never fucked with buying better flippers or stoppers because I was a kid and played it more to kill time than to seriously get gud. I wonder if I could've built up $ then bought better stuff and made a real run at it.

>> No.3218124
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what a shitty game

>> No.3219981

Do you think the cops write down every time you google "weed" too?

>> No.3220021
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I own this and played it and wish I hadnt. It's no better than any of the other 2.5D Saturn trash plarformers. Here's an actually obscure Saturn game.

>> No.3221676

My nigga.
Used to play this with my brother back in the day, not a great game but was kinda fun and had some neat music.

>> No.3221682

Any Super Robot Wars fan knows (or should know) about those. Specially since it's the origin of Fighter Roa and Compatible Kaiser (which are playable units since Super Robot Wars OGs)

>> No.3221697

I liked it. Skateboard stage music was pretty tubular. Surfing was impossible.

>> No.3221781

I used to get that magazine and remember the review. They gave it like 90%

>> No.3221795

Not that guy but I've played it a little, I find it rather stiff to be honest. I also don't understand why the normal and master controls differ the way that they do. Is it to make input of the tornado kick easier on master?

>> No.3221804

I had this confused initially with 8 eyes on famicom

>> No.3224465

It's fun and the music is good.

Played it! It's like the 8th gym of RSE, but way better.

>> No.3226573
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>he doesnt know hes replying to copypasta

>> No.3228797

I remember this being packed in with our first Packard Bell computer. Still ran glitchy as fuck right out of the box but I had fun with it.

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Holy shit, someone was dumb enough to reply to that pasta!

Do us all a favor and kill your fucking self.

>> No.3228805

>glitchy as fuck
how so?

>> No.3228828
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I'm gonna say this fucking game, Blade Warrior (the first one with that name).

It was hard as fuck, I got lost as a kid because I never made a map (something I learned to do from my father. Remember when you NEEDED to make a map to get anywhere in the game?)

So after a year or two of on/off searching I found this fucker and beat it. Wasn't hard after collecting a few items but it scared a lot of people off just because the key layout isn't mapped and some of the wizards are glitched.

I've got the clues and shit around in anyone needs em though

>> No.3228837
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Tecmo Cup Soccer!

>> No.3228928

Music was the best part of that game.

>> No.3228934

Pack-in with the first computer my family had, 486 Packard Bell. Gameplay was eh, but music was great.

>> No.3228950

Doom had mouse cursor targeting, and so did Wolfenstein 3D

>> No.3232002
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I've literally found no one else that has played this game so far.
Pretty cool soundtrack as expected of Squaresoft, but despite being an action RPG, I found it kinda mediocre. Still kinda fun, I guess.

>> No.3232056
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Blazing Dragons, anyone? A really good point 'n' click that sadly never saw the light of day beyond the PSX and Saturn.

>> No.3232703

Where is the upboat button

>> No.3232718
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Best game I've ever played.

>> No.3232729
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I just beat this one twice. I like its visual style, which was directed by the designer of Vib-Ribbon, and the song that plays at the end is nice. My only regret is not knowing Japanese so I could develop an attachment to the characters and better understand the story. Still, this is a good game.

>> No.3232737

That's the best GBA game I've played as well.

>> No.3232751


anybody over the age of 30 that owned an NES played T&C Surf Design. not even remotely obscure.

not retro. dick licker.

>> No.3232754
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just started playing and got to HS level before hand cramped up.

>> No.3233157
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I think this is the rarest retro game I have played on an actual cartridge

>> No.3233741


you're dumb. First off its a tetris game, so people played it. Second off, its one of the best tetris games out there, so people heard of it

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A Simpsons game (which I'm sure a lot of people have played) but i never ever hear anyone mention this one anymore. Its just the 2 NES games, and the arcade game you hear about besides the modern 00s stuff

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The controls were a bit clunky at times,but besides that,this game was a gift from god.

>> No.3233773

>macintosh and windows
>dreamcast logo

>> No.3233782

i had that on SNES
it was weird but i remember liking it

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You guys will never know pleasure as I have.

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>> No.3233947

my parents randomly gave that game to me
it was pretty good. i never really played any adventure games before that.

>> No.3233965

What? Are you kidding? It had one generic techno track and 20 variations of it.

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>> No.3236113


I enjoyed the music


>> No.3236116

Was the actual game better than the demo? I loved the demo.

>> No.3236449

depends. It gave you a lot more to do with your fortresses, but it was also hard as fuck. I had to rebuild my fortress several times for some missions, and still got stuck eventually.
You can do such a wide variety of setups, it's quite impressive.

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>> No.3236568
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>> No.3239405

This is not real, is it?

>> No.3239416
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sadly it is

>> No.3239423
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>Please use a Game Boy Color to play this game

>> No.3239985

The question is, how good is it?

Or rather, just how bad is it?

>> No.3240169
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I actually specifically asked my mom for this game for my birthday one year. I also liked it more than the GBC version of Mario Tennis.

>> No.3240175

>I also liked it more than the GBC version of Mario Tennis.
is that still true?

>> No.3240209

Not sure, since I haven't played either in years, but they were very similar. Snoopy lacked the mini games and stuff, but it had a squash mode which was pretty sweet.

>> No.3240357
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I try to explain this game a lot and no one knows what it is

>> No.3240359

I remember that one, actually. Still have it on my old G3 iMac.

>> No.3240401

If only it was not so painfully expensive. Thankfully a bro bought me a complete copy of OG 1.

>> No.3240445
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Never even seen the cover, and I've spent quite some time researching game boy games.

Tabaluga is probably a europe (germany) only thing, it's a neat little adventure-rpg though, I remember watching my brother play it.

>> No.3240476

I wish Doozy Bots actually happened so we could have grown up with SD Gundam merchandise and tie in games.

>> No.3240479

Oops forgot link.

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>> No.3241949
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There were two other flippers you could buy. Strong flippers, which are simply stronger (do more damage to bosses/enemies) and Devil Flippers. Devil Flippers would do WAY more damage to enemies, but every now and then would randomly not work when you pressed the button.

The best thing to buy honestly, was the permanent stoppers, which put bumpers on the left and right side of the field.

On another note, anyone ever play this gem?

>> No.3241956

It's wholly original, but not too exciting

>> No.3241967


For some reason I'm not nearly as good at this game now as I was as a kid.

>> No.3243436

Well what is it? Real time strategy? RPG? Fighter? Brawler? Monster creation with min-maxing? And most importantly is it good?

>> No.3243484

Wasn't this game the main inspiration for Kung Fu Panda?

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>> No.3244193

"Oops, heheh....MY BOOKS FELL OFF THE SHEEEELVE....and they're all mixed up"

>> No.3244823

It's not a whole lot if you just play a bit of each one. Completing all of them is something entirely different.

>> No.3245343
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Still a dope ass game.

>> No.3245392

This is still one of my all time favorite games. You had a good childhood.

>> No.3248212
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Please tell me someone else played this? I've never met anyone who has played this outside of my brother and me.

Never beat it, but played it a ton growing up. Pretty challenging platformer.

>> No.3250827

i remember my dad got that game at a SHOPRITE

>> No.3251476
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To this day.

>> No.3251507

I got this for Christmas it's release year. Remember liking it in the day---but I was young and probably a moron.

I'm surprised Sony allowed a Nintendo Magazine quote on the box of a PSX game---I bet the assumed it would read like a surrender by Nintendo.

That N64 port was never released, right? Is it floating around the web now?

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