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    Playing lots of Smash Brawl,
    Single Player is somewhat weak, especially compared to Melee's adventure mode. It's more or less a zany story rather than a journey through Nintendo's history, but it's gotta be done as you need to beat SSE in order to make 3 characters available through means other than 400 matches.

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    I'm alternating between C&C3, Golden Axe: The Duel, Sega Bass Fishing and Big Brain Academy.

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    After a horrible day yesterday where I got sick at work, I've been lying in bed until noon today. Now I've finally gotten up and sits here listening to the sumptuous soundtest of Thunder Force III. It already feels a lot better!
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    Ha ha, I don't think anyone in the world could claim to live and breath megadrive as much as you zebbe, its priceless,

    on another note, was playing world series baseball 95 last night and the opening theme song just said everything to me about the megadrives sound chip, powerful bassy and groovy, I wouldn't change it for the world.

    Just listen to Mega Turrican's sound test too, definitely in top 5 music of a megadrive game out of the 250+ i've experienced to this date. Utterly great.
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    hmm gonna have a go at ridge racer on psp in a bit,, and then might have a sesh on sonic 1,, (megadrive collection - psp)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zebbe
    Ecco series are awesome, including the non-canon DC/PS2 game. Since I bought a Mega CD after I got the cartridges, I don't really know if I should buy the CD versions and sell off the cartridges...
    I had the carts growing up but got the cd games recently and I would really recomend getting them. I have been playing them a lot recently. The cd music is great and really ads to the experience

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    Cant....stop.....playing... M.u.s.h.a. . So very good.

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    Whilst I've been slowly progressing with ecco, I pulled it out to have a bash of World series baseball 95 with my mate.... Very good game, unbelievably simple and nice music...
    "Age badly is something women do, games are good or bad when they are released. "

    "It's like watching Runic stones by vikings here in Täby: not beautiful compared to Mona Lisa, but damn fine stuff for their time, as Phantasy Star II is, and that is why I enjoy it."

    Zebbe speaks on the quality of how 16-bit games hold up against modern counterparts 28/07/07 beautiful

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    megabomberman, what on earth gets you, being a good European, to play that strange American game? Is it a sense of friendship because America has once freed itself from the Brits like Ireland?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 108 Stars
    megabomberman, what on earth gets you, being a good European, to play that strange American game? Is it a sense of friendship because America has once freed itself from the Brits like Ireland?
    Ha! You may be onto something there 108

    But honestly if that is the case how do you explain my love for the most quintessential of all English games.... Cricket!

    The main reason we pulled it out is because I have about 3 or 4 of the damned things festering in my collection... Any person who wants to reach the dream of 900+ megadrive titles will have to forego much pain in acquiring about 200+ sports titles of which at least half will be crappy...
    "Age badly is something women do, games are good or bad when they are released. "

    "It's like watching Runic stones by vikings here in Täby: not beautiful compared to Mona Lisa, but damn fine stuff for their time, as Phantasy Star II is, and that is why I enjoy it."

    Zebbe speaks on the quality of how 16-bit games hold up against modern counterparts 28/07/07 beautiful

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    [QUOTE=megabomberman]the dream of 900+ megadrive titlesQUOTE]


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    Any person who wants to reach the dream of 900+ megadrive titles will have to forego much pain in acquiring about 200+ sports titles of which at least half will be crappy... [/QUOTE]

    there is where i draw the line need them all complete but sporting games
    no way yosay can t see the fun in it

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    probotector and zombies again

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    Quote Originally Posted by megabomberman
    But honestly if that is the case how do you explain my love for the most quintessential of all English games.... Cricket!
    Everybody loves the British and you are all sad that our empire has gone.

    How far are you in Ecco, Bomber? Have you got Tides of Time ready for when you complete it? I personally think number 2 surpasses the first in terms of awesomness.


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