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It just looks and feels right, it offers playability, variety, excellent graphics and audio by the bucket load and its not rare or expensive (this week I bought a boxed & complete copy for the Super Famicom for just £8 + postage) so no shump loving SNES owner should be without it.
My first impressions when I got my grubby mits on an Import copy as a kid, were WOW! amazing graphics, bosses and music. Ive just bought Axelay again and although yesterday was the first thime I had played the game in almost 17 years I still thought WOW! amazing graphics, bosses and music.
If I had been asked this question back in the day I would have said Wayler the fiery mech boss from the lava planet (Stage 5) without any hesitation. But now I actually prefer Arachnatron the spider mech boss from Cumuluses (Stage 1).
Level 4 - The side scrolling under water cave. The tension in this level keeps you on the edge of your seat, which is due to the slower pace and the restricted movement which work beautifuly in combination with the darker graphical feel and the atomspheric flooded cave location. The music also deser...
About the only shop I can think of is Bulmers, it not a games shop (sells lots of different kinds of 2nd hand stuff) but it usually has a fair few games and a few consoles, 8 bit to present and prices are usually pretty good. I went in last week and they had a nice boxed speccy. Cant remember the st...
For me both companys have had so many highlights it was almost impossible to pick either one over the other but I voted for Nintendo, and I cant put my finger on exactly why I prefer Nintendo, I just do.
- Fri Jul 16, 2010 4:26 pm
- Forum: Retro Games
- Topic: Favourite gaming magazines
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My all time fave gaming mag is Super Play but back in the day I also enjoyed loads of other gaming mags esp Mean Machines and C+VG. These days I subscribe to Retro Gamer and buy the odd issue of Games TM and Edge. Ive just been reading Edge as I got a free issue through the post on Thursday morning,...
Went to Lytham St Annes yesterday and had lots of fun on the pier arcade, they prob had about 20 or so machines, unfortunatly I was a bit pushed for time but I played Star wars trilogy, Crazy Taxi, Virtua Cop, After Burner (the new one) and on a couple of pinball tables. Dont know if any of you guys...
- Wed Jul 14, 2010 3:26 pm
- Forum: Retro Games
- Topic: What games/consoles have you bought this week??
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Ganbare Goemon: Yukihime Kyuushutsu Emaki for the Super Famicom (known as The legend of the mystical ninja here in the west) & Axelay again for the Super famicom, everyone seems to be having lots of fun with this game in the lets all play thread and was feeling left out :( this is the 2nd time Ive b...