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Old 04-19-2016, 01:46 PM   #16
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Good taste, Marlene. Adventure Island is one of THE hardest games on the NES, and I am happy to say that I have beaten it.

And also (though it took a good many times of playing it before I figured out how to do it), I beat out the first Megaman, and especially that Yellow Devil boss in the first Wily stage (I thought I'd never get beyond it)!
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Old 04-19-2016, 01:56 PM   #17
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And also (though it took a good many times of playing it before I figured out how to do it), I beat out the first Megaman, and especially that Yellow Devil boss in the first Wily stage (I thought I'd never get beyond it)!


I have a game genie and am able to beat most of the games. I know it's cheating but I would never had gotten through an entire game without it!
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Old 04-19-2016, 02:55 PM   #18
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I have a game genie and am able to beat most of the games. I know it's cheating but I would never had gotten through an entire game without it!

Nowadays there are so many online strategy guides and videos showing what to do, it's almost impossible NOT to beat a game
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I remember when I first bought the Nintendo Entertainment System and my mom had gotten it on clearance at Macy's and it came with Super Mario Bros and Duck Hunt all on the same cartridge and as we brought more games for the Nintendo Entertainment System that was what I played on Saturday afternoons but once the Sega Genesis was brought the Nintendo Entertainment System had lost it's novelty and my mom got the Sega Genesis at Service Merchandise and we got some games for it and it was great fun. We even took the Sega Genesis on summer vacations when I would visit my godfather and we would play video games together. I also got the Nintendo Gameboy Advance when it first came out and it was so great and mine was purple colored but then I got the Gameboy Advance XP and I liked it best and believe it or not it's currently in my room because it still works and I still play it. I currently play a Nintendo DS and I have three of them because the one I used to play broke when I tried to take pictures with it and my current one is black while my other Nintendo DS's are red and pink. As for video games I love playing mystery games and game show video games and fitness games are my favorite to play
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I play 2d platformers on an emulator while I listen to podcasts. A short podcast is enough time for Super Mario Land 1 or 2. A longer podcast is enough time for Super Mario World or Donkey Kong Country 1 or 2. I'm really bad at managing my time so I try not to play lengthy, modern console games that take 20 - 200 hours to finish.
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I love early 80s games!!!!

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I wanna get a power cord for my Atari so I can play on the console again!!
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I love to play any of the Bart Bonte games - Sugar , Yellow, Sweet Drmzzz,
Full Moon. If you've never played them, try one. I'd like to know what you think.
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The only "older" system I still play is N64. I have fun playing Goldeneye and Mario Kart w/ friends.

For newer consoles I have the PS4 and occasionally play PC.
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Been replaying an older PC RPG- Arcanum Of Steamworks and Magick, similar to gameplay and graphics style of games like Fallout 1 & 2, Baldur's Gate.
Blends fantasy and Victorian technology.
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I still play my NES. I love it! My favorite games are Super Mario Brothers 1&3,The Megaman series,Milon's Secret Castle, Adventure Island, Castlevania,Tetris Tengen, Dr. Mario. I still have Atari 7800 which I pull out now and then. My favorite Atari games are Centipede, Joust, Choplifter and Desert Falcon.. I prefer the older game systems.I have tried Playstaion but I didn't like it. We also had the Sega Genesis System but that's gone now.
I still play my NES, too! I like SMB1, SMB3, Dr. Mario, & I have a couple Wheel of Fortune games.

I also have a Wii U but hardly ever play it unless its to play Wheel of Fortune.
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One of my favorite games I played on Sega Genesis was Zombies At My Neighbors, spent many late nights with friends back in the day trying to beat it. Then played it with my daughter a lot when she was younger. It's a great 2 player game. Fun levels with horror themed baddies from zombies, to giant killer babies, killer dolls, mummies, etc...
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I mostly play computer games. My son took our NES and Atari 7000. I told him to bring them back. He still hasn't. Anyway, most of my old computer games won't play on Windows 10 so I play them on my old computer (XP)
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