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The Laird wrote: ↑
Tue Jan 23, 2018 7:43 am
thebear wrote: ↑
Tue Jan 23, 2018 6:29 am
Fromt the list you posted a link to - R-Type
by a mile
Huh? R-Type is an Irem game!
It's on the list you linked above.
The Laird wrote: ↑
Fri Dec 08, 2017 4:53 pm
You can find a full list of their games HERE!
R-Type Nintendo 1987 Videogame Space
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Yes I see that, was just confused to see it there. Especially as KLOV usually assign games to the original producer rather than distributors.
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I personally do not think that Nintendo ever really excelled at arcade gaming, they were far better with home consoles and games.
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I have an inexplicable affection for DK Jr. Popeye is also a good runner up.
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Sadly never got chance to play earlier games in any arcades - My vote has to go on Mario Kart GP. Many holidays of late I have a match or 5 against my son. Prefer that game to most later home versions.
Only thing I object to is paying per race. A horrible trend that never went away.
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+1 for Donkey Kong.
I never liked it as a kid but started playing it properly a while back and I'm really into it now.
I always liked the much-maligned Radar Scope when I was a kid. Apparently those old cabs were repurposed for DK.
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Haven't played any of them. If i came across them in an arcade, then i'd most likely put my cash into F-Zero (AX or regular).
No, i'm not angry. That's just how i write.
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