2018/10/26: Commodore 64: Project Firestart

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Re: 2018/10/26: Commodore 64: Project Firestart

Postby VideoGameCritic » November 2nd, 2018, 9:03 pm

Sounds to me like this will be another qualifier below the review, in the same area as "number of players" or "high score".

But it sounds like naming the beverage is not enough - I think people will want a short explanation.

Thoughts? Examples?

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Re: 2018/10/26: Commodore 64: Project Firestart

Postby djc » November 3rd, 2018, 12:24 am

The Great Gianna Sisters on the C64 is a pretty good side-scroller. I like the Super Mario hack better though where the lead characters and some of the enemies are replaced with Mario and Luigi.

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Re: 2018/10/26: Commodore 64: Project Firestart

Postby Stalvern » November 3rd, 2018, 1:17 am

Pair all the E.T.-tagged games with IPAs and all the games graded A+ with stouts.

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Re: 2018/10/26: Commodore 64: Project Firestart

Postby CaptainCruch » November 5th, 2018, 10:27 am

C64_Critic wrote:Well, a quick check of Ebay indicates that a complete, boxed copy of The Great Giana Sisters on disk is over one thousand(!!!) dollars. So unless I have a copy already on one of the many floppies littering my 'guy room', this one is looking unlikely. Unless I finally break down and go with an SD2IEC-like device and try it out via rom.

Wow, a thousand dollars? Probably because Nintendo wanted a ban on it because it was a Mario rip-off?
And I thought the Nintendo DS was expensive with a price of 30 dollars!

Anyway, the 'Giana Sisters DS' is a really nice, classic platformer, with beautiful graphics and fantastic retro music. It also contains the original levels (with remade graphics) as a bonus stage. Shame so little people played it, since it was only released in PAL regions. But since the DS is region-free, I can recommend it to all you American who like classic platform games!

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