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    Nintendo Switch

    Got this today. Kunio Kun World Classics Collection. 11 Famicom and 7 NES games. They are: Nekketsu Koha Kunii-kun Nekjetsu Street Basket: Ganbara Dunk Heroes Kunio-kun Nekketsu Soccer League Nekketsu Kakuto Densetsu Bikkuri Nekketsu Shinkiroku Harukanaru Kin Medal Ike Ike! Nekketsu Hockey Bu: Subette Korinde Dairanto Downtown Special: Kunio-kun no Jidaigeki da yo Zenin Shugo Downtown Nekjetsu Koshinkyoku: Soreyuke Daiundoukai Nekketsu Koko Dodgeball Bu: Soccer Hen Downtown Nekketsu Monogatari Nekketsu Koko Dodgeball Bu Crash n the Boys Street Challenge Renegade Double Dragon Super Dodge Ball Double Dragon 2 River City Ranson Double Dragon 3 The menus can be set to English, and the NES games are in English. However, the Famicom games play in Japanese, although the menu gives you a description of each game in English. Most of the games allow you to choose original or quality up mode. There is online play and a list of achievements to get. All in all, a nice little package.
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    Football Thread 2018/19

    I think if City still have the edge after the next two rounds of league matches, when they have tough games and Liverpool have easy ones on paper, then they will go on and retain the league.
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    Football Thread 2018/19

    Sorry if already posted, but I enjoyed this Phil Jones moment.
  4. The Wonderswan version has very poor hit detection, and wasn't much fun. I'm done with the original for now. Going to have a long play of GA 3 at the weekend.
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    The first one is by far the worst one

    It might have been good in its day, but now it plays very slowly and just isn't any fun, in my opinion, anyway.
  6. bum

    The first one is by far the worst one

    Not the first Parodius, on MSX and the PSP compilation.
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    Nintendo Switch

    Shinobi? Excellent news.
  8. bum

    The first one is still the best one

    The first Spyro is better than any later Spyro game.
  9. bum

    The first one is by far the worst one

    Parodius is the only game which comes close to Streetfighter, surely,
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    Nintendo eShop (Software Chatter)

    Portable Skyrim is utterly brilliant. Amazing. Fantastic. Incredible. It might mean that the rest of your games get a bit neglected.
  11. I played Golden Axe 2 last night, on the Wii. I continued a game I must have started years and years ago. I was in a fiery tunnel. Managed to play it through to the end and finish the final boss off. I enjoyed it more than I remembered. A few downsides were that the death cries of enemies you kill weren't as good, and beast attacks somehow weren't quite as satisfying, but I really liked the minotaur enemies, and the headless armoured knights. Gilius' special attack is much more difficult to connect with that in the first game. He now sticks his axe in the ground, and then jumps on to it and swings round, doing an all-round kick, which hits enemies on either side of you. It doesn't seem to do as much damage as the rolling axe-attack. Will have to have another play from the beginning.
  12. bum

    The first one is still the best one

    Shinobi Lots of people love Shadow Dancer, but for me the first Shinobi is hands down the best.
  13. Finally managed to find this. Going to have a play tonight.
  14. I don't like Golden Axe 3 at all. Got utterly fed up of fighting Stan and Ollie, the two enemies who turn up time and time again. The original had repeated enemies, but they didn't seem quite so frequent as Stan and Ollie. Haven't played GA 2 for ages - might have a bash on that this weekend as discussion of the original game seems to have dwindled a bit. If you have played Ax-Battler on Game Gear, I would be very interested to hear your thoughts about it.
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