If there a modded or third party option for the NES (not retroarch based like the RetroDuo stuff, actual hardware) with stereo sound and better video output out of the box?
I know you can mod this thing if you have the skills buying a couple of parts, but I'm not very good soldering circuits (I managed to make a PAL/NTSC switch for my SNES out of luck following a guide, but then I fucked up a Gamecube trying to install a simple mod chip. FML), I would pay some money for a better NES and not risking fucking up the one I've had all my life.
Hey /vr/ I have a question about an SNES bundle and didn't know who else to ask besides you.
On my local craigslist a fellow is offering his SNES, 2 Controllers and the following games for $300, although I got him down to $260:
Mega Man X Super Mario World Yoshi's Island Super Mario Kart Super Mario All Stars Donkey Kong Country DK Country 2 DK Country 3 Earthworm Jim 2 Super Ghouls N' Ghosts Kirby All Stars Battletoads / Double Dragon NBA Jam Super Star Wars Super Empire Strikes Back Super Return of the... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Probably not worth it. None of those games are particularly rare (especially considering virtual console or ports exist for the good ones on that list) and the physical copies are only really worth something if you're looking to complete a collection of some kind. Guessing from what you're looking to buy I assume you're only interested in playing the games rather than building a collection. Also, emulation is a thing.
Yeah you're right about me just wanting to play the games. I have done plenty of emulation stuff in the past but I'm a big nostalgia fag and have kinda romanticized the idea of having the physical console and cartridges again and such.
I find adventure games really comfy to play at my lonely and boring night shift. So far I've just played KQ4, Loom and Monkey Island (halfway through it), but I'm having a great time, and I never got to enjoy these games as a kid, so it feels pretty great overall. Wonder if I'll be able to enjoy "talkie" ones like KQ5 or Day of the Tentacle, since I have to play them at low volume.
How do you become more immersed in retro games? There are a lot of games that I really want to play and love the thought of playing, Final Fantasy, some Zelda games, etc. but I can't sit down long enough to put in any time on them.
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