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Faxandu - This game stays close to my heart always. Personally blows the 8-bit Zelda games out of the water. The music, the atmosphere, the AI and NPC interection really made you feel like you were part of something big. The best action-rpg of the 8-bit era
was never a big fan of the nes and didn't get to play that many games,but as a curve ball the game i remember most fondly is gremlins 2 the new batch,a fun shooter/platformer that i found very challenging but a lot of fun.
Ducktales was one of the best! But the ultimate was Super Mario Bros 3, for sure - the pirated cart we had on sale in South Africa allowed you to cheat to get the whistle and access any world any time!
The only one I've played a bit is Rad Racer, a very average racer. I know this will mark me as a Nintendo hater, but everytime I see a NES in action I feel very lucky to have been a C64 owner at the time
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The slightly obscure Conquest Of The Crystal Palace, a groovy little platformer from Asmik, that had a dog you could set on your enemies long before next-gen Call Of Duties...
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Shadow Dancer has that as welldeadpan666 wrote:The slightly obscure Conquest Of The Crystal Palace, a groovy little platformer from Asmik, that had a dog you could set on your enemies long before next-gen Call Of Duties...
Good game that Conquest one, good game - there's definitely more Famicom games I enjoy than NES games.
Overall on the NES I'd go with either PinBall (the flippers go invisible if you pass 100,000 points!) or Ufouria: The Saga (loved it so much I finished it first time I played it, when I was intending to just have a quick go to see what it was like).
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C=Style wrote:It's always refreshing and nice to see someone such as TwoHeadedBoy who is a SNES hating bastard at the best of times rate a SNES game so highly.
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