He doesn't have any up right now but there's a retro shop owner who frequently posts ads in my area and he's always got straight up wrong information about whatever new shit he has in his store
>we have the original final fantasy for NES: one of the last games released for the console >turbografx 16: a rare console released in Canada but never in the US >ET for Atari 2600: millions of copies were recalled and buried, only a few hundred remain >$35... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>2965091 The very definition of reseller scum. Knows fuck all about what he's selling and doesn't do any research, but at the same time has no shame about asking $200 for common shit that he probably can't even test.
True story: I put out an old beatup GBA without a battery door or screen overlay and handful of 5 games (nothing special, probably the only noteworthy one was Metroid Fusion on a table as part of a yardsale I was having. Ideal situation, I sell it all to an actual kid for $20 bucks. I had them all marked indivually at $15 for the GB, $5 each for the games though.
Instead, the first one who has a look at it was the fattest man I'd seen in a long long time. Had the neckbeard going, too.
>Hands me a business card that he's buying games, toys, military collectibles >"Do you have any other games?" >"Yes, but none that I'm selling." >Looks over the GBA stuff but nothing else >"I can give you $10 for it all." >"Priced as marked." Yeah I'm biased, but I only wanted to cut a deal for a kid. >"I wouldn't be able to get much for the Game Boy Advance, it's scratched up and missing the battery cover." >"Priced as marked."
I never did sell that GBA at the yard sale. I just didn't have many kids come by, despite me being on a busy street in the middle of town. When I found out my nephew's new hobby was watching gaming videos on youtube, I just gave it to him and he loved it.
I just recently played trough SH1, 2 and 3 and I loved them. Now I wanna play Resident Evil, and I sure wanna play on a CRT(I noticed in Silent Hill 1, the crt makes the game way more scary for some reason, it feels more dark than the led) but I've heard about 3 different version that are different in the story, the music, and the controls? Which are the best version of RE1 and RE2 for someone new to the series? Should I get them on PSN? Or should I just burn them and play on my PS2(it's modded, but I've heard some games are unplayable on it, so i wanna... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
There's basically a HUGE choice you need to make on RE:1 between the RE:make and original. If you decide to go with the original decide if you want one with or without auto-aim. Not having auto-aim makes it not just harder but more intense because you'll be very tempted to let shit get very close so you don't waste your ammo.
For 2 and 3 it's the Dreamcast versions easily. I like the Dreamcast version of Code Veronica but most people say Code Veronica X is better.
If you quickly got bored or lost interest in this game name the qualites of the gameplay characters, and etc that kept you playing up to a certain point. *NOTE: I did not bother to finish this game. Got to disc two or three.
I often hear about about how NTSC has faster music and gameplay and PAL has better pixel quality but what games (and systems) do you think the negative worked better for? i.e. slower music in certain sonic stages on the PAL cartridge or a more blurred/less defined shadows in horror games on NTSC carts.
>>2962924 Why not just get a psp? If you can get a hardware clone with a built in flashdrive so you don't have to carry around bulky cartidges I would considrr buying one, but to mee it seems there are too many drawbacks
>>2962783 One of the reasons why, I suppose, is this obsession with trying to make Hollywood orchestral soundtracks. People praise and love it when the game is released, but if you ask them to hum a song of the game 2 or 3 weeks later, they will barely be able to remember anything.
David Crane can't draw people. I mean, with Pitfall you could at least argue that it was an Atari and limited as fuck, but Boy animated almost completely the same. That looks much better, depending on how it animates.
I remember buying this game from Funcoland when I was like eight or nine. Was sitting there trying to decide between this or SMB 3 and ended up trading in Ducktails for this. I remember my dad saying that this would be better to get because I wasn't overly familiar with it like I was with SMB 3. I ended up being very disappointed with the game, but looking back it's a pretty interesting and innovative game. It's almost like a graphic adventure with the sort of almost puzzle solving type of stuff with the various jelly beans. I just wish there was more areas and variety to it.
>>2962213 But what he can do is some beautiful detailed sprite animation. Maybe his version of the Boy looks atari-tier, but he moves great. Look at a video of the japanese version and you can see how off the animation looks when they suddenly apply that giant cartoon torso atop a sprite that was made with generally realistic proportions. Kid moves his legs like he's wearing a tight skirt that goes down to the knees.
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