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electricmastro

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  1. So what you guys are some of the more underappreciated Game Boy games more people should try out? For me, one of them is Toki Tori. Such a charming, easy to get into puzzle platformer.
  2. GBA Puzzle recommendation: Tiny Toon Adventures: Wacky Stackers 384115726-WackyStackersmp47036cb.mp4
  3. Does BurgerTime still get plenty of attention, I know it even received a follow-up on Switch not too long ago, and I suppose is one of the more standout games for its personality and charm, though even now, I’m not sure.
  4. How many popular games people have to now resort to play on MAME due to lack of re-releases anyway?
  5. I think that would have to be version of Space Harrier on 32X, which was prob the best way to play the game in the home for the time, along with After Burner.
  6. Up to you and others here as far as I’m concerned. lol Also, I understand the Wii listing is for Virtual Console, with the PSP having an individual release too.
  7. Space Harrier. A game with a lot of interest in its day, partially due to the way it demonstrated the tech and graphics, but is now prob just seen as a glorified tech demo by many.
  8. Now that looks like a better Jaguar showcase. Haha.
  9. I felt that Lemmings 2 was headed in the right direction by adding more skills and different levels to compliment them, but it seems like pretty much everyone was at a loss as to what to do after that.
  10. Speaking of driving games, heard that upon a crowd at a games convention being shown Club Drive, they just laugh at loud at it. I guess 3D could only go so far to impress people after all. Club Drive.mp4
  11. Was the only command-based RTS on SNES I recall. I guess games like Dune, Herzog Zwei, and Command & Conquer outshined it.
  12. Even just limiting it to official physical individual versions, then Lemmings might be the most prolific such game after all.
  13. I appreciate how colorful and spruced up the Boulder Dash was for NES. It really stands out amongst the dozen+ other versions which seem to have less expressiveness and spark by comparison.
  14. How does this compare to the original Amiga games?
  15. I recommend Tang Tang for anyone who's interested in puzzle platformers, particularly Solomon's Key. Could use some more polish in making some sprites less static, but I think the fun and charm still shine through.
  16. Amuses me of how a few of the Amiga/older computer games made it onto GBA (Manic Miner, RoboCod, Soccer Kid, Wings, etc.).
  17. Interesting how different After Burner is between the European and US versions. The European version seems "more retro" somehow.
  18. Various releases in Arcade Archives on Switch which seem obscure. Which ones are worth playing? 64th Street A-JAX Alpine Ski Arabian Armed F Atomic Robo-Kid Bells & Whistles Ben Bero Beh Bio-Ship Paladin Black Heart Butasan Chack'n Pop Cosmo Police Galivan Crazy Climber Crazy Climber 2 Crime Fighters Cybattler Dangerous Seed Darwin 4078 Dragon Buster Dragon Saber Empire City: 1931 Fighting Hawk Frisky Tom Gemini Wing Gun & Frontier Gunnail Guzzler Hacha Mecha Fighter Halley's Comet Heroic Episode Highway Race Hopping Mappy Hyper Sports Ikki Kid's HoreHore Daisakusen KiKi KaiKai Koutetsu Yousai Strahl Kurikinton Legend Of Makai Libble Rabble Lightning Fighters Liquid Kids Markham Mat Mania Exciting Hour Metro-Cross Mirai Ninja Moon Cresta Motos Mr. Goemon Mutant Night MX 5000 Naughty Boy Ninja Kazan Nova 2001 Omega Fighter ORIUS P-47 Penguin-Kun Wars Pettan Pyuu Phozon Pirate Pete Pistol Daimyo no Bouken Plus Alpha Pop Flamer Pro Tennis World Court Psycho Soldier Rabio Lepus Radical Radial Raiders 5 Raimais Roller Jammer Route 16 Saboten Bombers Saint Dragon Sasuke vs. Commander Scramble Sea Fighter Poseidon Shingen Samurai-Fighter Shusse Ozumo Sky Skipper Soldam Soldier Girl Amazon Space Cruiser Space Seeker Swimmer Task Force Harrier Terra Force The Fairyland Story The Genji and the Heike Clans The Legend of Valkyrie The Ninja Warriors The Tin Star Thunder Ceptor Thunder Cross Thunder Cross II Thunder Dragon Thunder Dragon 2 Time Pilot Time Pilot '84 Time Tunnel TNK III Trio The Punch Tube Panic Typhoon Gal USAAF Mustang Vandyke Water Ski Wild Western Wiz Wonder Momo X Multiply XX Mission Youkai Douchuki Zero Team
  19. Well, of course there other Amiga games like Out of this World, Turrican, and Bubble Bobble.
  20. Found out that Frogger on Mega Drive is considerably different from the SNES version. Mega Drive being based on arcade while SNES is based on the PS1 reboot. Also has nice music which I understand isn't always there in other versions.
  21. Yeah, I'm glad it was included in Rare Replay, alongside Digger T. Rock, R.C. Pro-Am, and Solar Jetman. Definitely could use a remake though.
  22. One of the best baseball games ever made: Baseball Stars 2 on Neo Geo CD
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