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- February 27th, 2017, 12:05 am
- Forum: Now Playing
- Topic: Bugs Bunny Double Trouble (Genesis)
- Replies: 6
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Yeah I bought this a couple years back with high hopes thanks to the box art and gameplay images on the back of the box. The game has nice cartoon graphics and based on the box art I am assuming the game has a nice roster of famous enemies from the old cartoons, including Gossamer, Marvin the Martia...
- February 26th, 2017, 3:10 am
- Forum: Video Games General
- Topic: Resurgence of Split-screen?
- Replies: 7
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I'm very happy that the next Halo will have split screen. My wife and I love playing shooters together and while I did end up picking up Halo 5, it got very little playtime because it wasn't as fun taking turns. We had a lot of fun playing through the Gears 4 campaign together, but we don't really l...
- February 23rd, 2017, 5:38 pm
- Forum: Classic Gaming
- Topic: Finally got a Dreamcast
- Replies: 6
- Views: 1145
Just a tip for the really expensive games: the dreamcast can play burned CD-R's without any modding. So Powerstone 2 and Marvel vs Capcom 2 become a lot more affordable. I recommend the above games, as well as Jet Grind Radio, Soul Calibur (the best 3D fighter ever made if you ask me), Tony Hawk 1&a...
- February 23rd, 2017, 2:32 pm
- Forum: Modern Gaming
- Topic: Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy possibly a Timed Exclusive, could hit Xbox One/Scorpio/Nintendo Switch/PC in the future!
- Replies: 3
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Re: Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy possibly a Timed Exclusive, could hit Xbox One/Scorpio/Nintendo Switch/PC in the fut
I don't think that an HD collection of 20 year old PlayStation games is going to sell systems left and right. I enjoy Crash Bandicoot and I think it'll sell just fine, but it's in no way a system seller.
- February 23rd, 2017, 9:54 am
- Forum: Review Feedback
- Topic: 2017/2/21: NES: P.O.W., Astyanax
- Replies: 16
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I think I have both of these games and I've never played either of them (I bought a big lot of NES games a while back). I guess I should give them a try.
I think the onus falls on the author to verify interviews so while Kalinske might be fabricating, it is more the author's fault if lies appear in the story. If a journalist writes a story and only interviews one side of the story then we don't just blame the person they interviewed. See the Universi...
Check out this thread at Sega-16: http://www.sega-16.com/forum/showthread.php?29801-Is-Tom-Kalinske-full-of-it Thanks for the info. I think not all of the blame should be put on Kalinske if not everything in the book happened as it is written. The author states at the beginning that he has taken so...
Gentlegamer wrote:That book is about 90% Tom Kalinske lies/spin.
It'd be nice if you went into detail a bit. Frankly your response feels pretty rude. I just recommended a book and your response is essentially just telling people to ignore my recommendation without any actual reasons.
Has anyone else read this book? If you were a gamer in the 90s, especially if you grew up with gaming in the 90s like me, and remember the war between Sega and Nintendo then I highly recommend reading this book. It chronicles the story of the head of Sega of America, and his role in getting Sega a p...