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    Shakespeare Reader Roundtable Vol. 131

    Spring is here, and winter's icy grip is finally thawing out. Through it all, our games have been there to keep our minds off the weather, and we can always rely on them to be a wonderful distraction. This month's selection is a great assortment, and our readers are sure to find something they love or need to play. Read on and see!

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    It's nice to read some positive things about Vectorman. My nostalgia is probably a contributing factor to how much I like the game today, but I would still think it's a solid game regardless. I'm also a fan of the colors, mood, music, etc., but everyone I show this game to these days (generally people who grew up with Nintendo or didn't start gaming until the PS2 era or later) can't find anything good about it.

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    It's nice to see some respect given to Space Harrier II. Truly, it's not the crappy game that people make it out the be and Bo's soundtrack gives the game a completely different feeling from the Arcade original and I really like it.

    I think it's a interesting piece of MD history, since it was a launch cart for the MD in Japan and one that does the simple with competency.

    Quote Originally Posted by BubsyFan1 View Post
    It's nice to read some positive things about Vectorman. My nostalgia is probably a contributing factor to how much I like the game today, but I would still think it's a solid game regardless. I'm also a fan of the colors, mood, music, etc., but everyone I show this game to these days (generally people who grew up with Nintendo or didn't start gaming until the PS2 era or later) can't find anything good about it.
    Honestly man, you need to find people with better taste in gaming haha. Vectorman is a solid game and there's no two ways about it.

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