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    Quote Originally Posted by Drixxel
    Star Tropics' aborted fetus of a second cousin at best.
    A fetus? You don't need to go throwing around synonyms for stomach cancer.

    It's also too bad that you're half-wrong, at least: nobody aborted that abomination. It saw its own form of "birth". I was there for it -- worse than a delivery room tape.

    Somebody should have had the sense to abort both Star Tropics and NES X-Men, yes, but alas we are left with reality.

    Reality for me was wasting money on those two shit games in one summer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 16bitter
    A fetus? You don't need to go throwing around synonyms for stomach cancer.

    It's also too bad that you're half-wrong, at least: nobody aborted that abomination. It saw its own form of "birth". I was there for it -- worse than a delivery room tape.

    Somebody should have had the sense to abort both Star Tropics and NES X-Men, yes, but alas we are left with reality.

    Reality for me was wasting money on those two shit games in one summer.
    NES X-Men is an absolutely catastrophic game, but Star Tropics? X-Men is it's own unique gaming hell, no question, but Star Tropics is an alright game. Not comparable!

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    Star Tropics is classic.


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    So's the plague.

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    X-men is playable, but Clone wars is alot better in my opinion. I really enjoyed X-men mutant apcalypse and Marvel heroes war of the gems on the SNES too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 16bitter
    Like most eleven year olds, I just wanted to play as Wolverine. Why force me to play as Psylocke or that cameltoe Cyclops? Bah!

    I got my wish in the Wolverine games, but they were made by Acclaim. Even when you win you lose.
    I got my wish in X-Men: Children of the Atom, Marvel Superheroes, X-Men vs. Street Fighter, etc.
    You have the ring... and I see your schwartz is as big as mine...

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    Yes, the Capcom fighters are superior. The other X-Men arcade game whose developer I can't remember was awesome as well.

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    The beat 'em up? That was by Konami. It rocked.


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    Quote Originally Posted by DrunkHeadbanger
    X-men is playable, but Clone wars is alot better in my opinion. I really enjoyed X-men mutant apcalypse and Marvel heroes war of the gems on the SNES too.
    Hmm war of the gems i aint complaining much about the snes but hell that game was ways too short and hell that game was ways too slow underwater level with iron man hmm slow character and the excuse of beeing a slow console.mutant apocalipse was gooed but clone wars was better.

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    I acutally prefer the first X-Men over Clone Wars. I love both but Clone Wars difficulty was a bit too much when I was that age. I remember first getting clones wars. I put it in, started it up, and instead of a sega logo , I got a missle to the face.

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    The first X-men I thought was just awful, but the sequel was a lot better. Even with the missle in the face you get when you start up, it was much more refined and playable.
    The smell of scorched oil hangs in the air as a premonition of danger, while the engine gloriously shouts its war cry...

    Throughout history, suspicion has always bred conflict. The real conflict, though, resides in people's hearts. This conflict has just begun.

    nes x-men nes x-men nes x-men

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    thats what i tought in the begining and i later almost finished it trought emulation,i know you want a options screen so you can hear whats music is in the game,how about wolverine adamantium rage ill bett everybody here loves that game LOL,i only love the music but ehy im a exception.

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    Do you guys know of any other game that has a similar riddle as X-Men?
    (if you've beaten the game you'll know what I mean)

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    Quote Originally Posted by aryincorporated
    thats what i tought in the begining and i later almost finished it trought emulation,i know you want a options screen so you can hear whats music is in the game,how about wolverine adamantium rage ill bett everybody here loves that game LOL,i only love the music but ehy im a exception.
    Did you really have to bring that game into this conversation ary? That game's in its own league of bad.
    Check out my review channel at GameFaqs here. Then feel free to leave feedback and comment here

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    "Wolverine: Adamantium Rage"= underrated. If you take time to learn the controls, Wolvie's moves and work with the flaws, it really becomes a genuinely good game. I'm probably the only person here on Sega-16 who's played it past the 1st level AND beat the game.

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