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sega_kid

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  1. i maybe a prolific ngage fan, but i speaketh the truth. dont believe me? ask haribokart. the fact that we are really behind the machine has really helped us out.
  2. well, in our gamestation, we are actually selling more ngage qds than gba sps at the moment! FACT it certainly isnt dead yet, apart from on this forum that is. no one here ever gave it a chance, except a select few.
  3. i loved the house of the dead movie! but why the hell hasnt it been released over here yet?
  4. agreed, its still not up with the R1 version, but thats like 3 times the price! ill pick up new nightmare seperately, shame about the "bonus disc" though, guess we wont see it over here
  5. yep, ive just re watched freddys dead -the one with roseanne barr, its shit, but i still like it! theres a nice death by videogame scene in it with the dude from road trip. im my opinion they are all good except part 2 and freddys dead, but hey, you gotta expect a couple of badduns. parts 4 & 5 totally rock though!
  6. dunno when this came out, but i was browsing virgin and came across the nightmare on elm street box set for only 19.99 wow what a bargain i thought! however i was still put off by the fact that it didnt include freddys dead, when, upon closer inspection, i noticed that part 6 is now in there! 20quid for all 6! SOLD
  7. sorry, but i dont see the "sense" in saying the games sound utterly shit. the sense would be to ACTUALLY PLAY the games and THEN give your opinion like i have done. thankyou, come again!
  8. well, i checked out the ngage roadshow today, currently touring the uk at the moment and got the chance to play on upcoming ngage releases. ghost recon jungle storm- excellent 1st person shooter with 3d graphics the gba could only ever dream of. this really is the most technically impressive ngage title ive seen to date, and it was great fun in 8 player bluetooth! virtua cop- seems close to the saturn version, its fun to pick up and play, but im still baffled why sega chose to release it of all games on a handheld! pathway to glory-nokias attempt at a strategy war game looks very promising, i was handed a free demo so will play it more at home. bluetooth and ngage arena multiplayer pocket kingdom- segas big ngage title looks really really good, but i didnt have a bloomin clue how to play it and nor did the reps! apparently they only recieved it today! operation shadow- another excellent 3d shooter, bluetooth multiplayer was great fun, and you could even use vehicles like tanks, jeeps etc. the way nokia had their show setup was great, and a lot of interest was shown from the public, especially ghost recon, which i found hard to get on any of the 8 machines as they were nearly always in use!
  9. worst song ever, but surely the video goes someway to rectify it?
  10. dc2 = daytona championship usa 2?
  11. yep, ive been singing the praises of this film too. i found it hilarious. the doogie howser scenes and the "extreme" lads were particulary funny
  12. all ill say is the qd is a great little device, its a decent mobile phone that fits easy in my pocket, with the added benefit of playing many games and movie/music files etc. i always have it on me cos its a phone, so is always there when i have time for a quick blast on a game. which is a lot more than i can say for my poor old sp, left at home all the time with no one to love it.
  13. anyone tried the neo geo pocket emu on ngage?
  14. mmm it looks like it will be enjoyable at least. id like to see those aliens get their asses kicked.
  15. transformers the movie showed magnus prime for the pussy that he is.
  16. why did you think it was absolute shit? elaborate...
  17. its actually on region2 dvd too, we had one traded in at our place, i too remember playin it in the arcade, however i quick blast on the dvd version confirmed its crapness! a similar game by sega called holloseum, a beat em up is emulated in mame.
  18. just watched mindhunters, and have to say what a cool film! i knew nothing about it so had no idea what the film was about which added to my enjoyment. basically its about a group of fbi agents who go to a deserted island on training to solve a fake murder. however.... da da da.. a real murder takes place and they have to hunt a real killer! its directed by renny harlin, and stars ll cool j , val kilmer, christian slater and johnny lee miller(with great fake accent). overall a nice mix of action, suspense and some gruesome death scenes done in a way similar to final destination, as in "someones about to die, but how?" recomended.
  19. yep now this is lookin good. would of preferred baseketball 2 though.
  20. illbleed was one of my favourite dreamcast games! i remember the excitement of playing it for the first time with its "heart attack" thing where the more your character gets scared the worse your heart condition gets. there was some truely twisted and gruseome enemys and i found it a joy to play due to my love of horror films. in fact i still have my u.s version of illbleed as i never sold it when i sold my dc. hmmm i feel the need to play this gem again... rest in piece Shinya Nishigaki
  21. early issues of xboxworld were GIVING AWAY laserdisc games on dvd with the mag! pretty sure they gave away mad dog mcree, space ace and dragons lair. and on the disc were traileres for loads of laserdisc games which have apparently been released on dvd?
  22. aha! oh the memories! galaxy ranger but is it emulated?
  23. is super monaco gp emulated? i havent seen it also, who remembers this game, it was made by sega/bally midway i believe and was called galaxy something or something galaxy? it was a shooter which had fmv backgrounds if i remember correctly? damn i put alot of 20s into it in its day. any ideas? p.s its not galaxy force.
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