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#1
Re: Last remaining English boxes!
Posted on: 1/19 7:14
Nintendoid!
Joined 2010/8/29
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Just popping in to say - these are totally killer! Keep up the good work! :D
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#2
Re: Playstation VR
Posted on: 2016/10/28 19:54
Nintendoid!
Joined 2010/8/29
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Long Time User (7 Years) 20+ Game Ratings
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It's somehow cool to see a person your size in one of these games.


This was the most striking part of Arkham VR for me - there are a number of times where you're just standing right next to life-size models of other characters. In terms of immersion, this is by far the best one I've played so far.

Haven't honestly had much time to dive into the PSVR, but what I've played, I've absolutely loved. Feels very much like the future is here. :)
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#3
Re: SD Gundam 50 repro run at NintendoAge
Posted on: 2016/7/30 1:41
Nintendoid!
Joined 2010/8/29
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Looks like that thread got deleted?
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#4
Re: All this Pokemon hype!
Posted on: 2016/7/27 7:00
Nintendoid!
Joined 2010/8/29
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You know for a fact that something like this has truly become a cultural phenomenon when your boss walks out of his office playing it on his phone...!
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#5
Re: Hyper Fighting $1200.00 on ebay. Really?
Posted on: 2016/7/27 6:58
Nintendoid!
Joined 2010/8/29
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It's always interesting to see these go up on auction sites, but does anyone know if they actually manage to sell at the prices people list them for? Most that I've seen over the past several months with an asking price north of $1000 seem to expire without any bids, or get canceled prematurely.

Asking more out of curiosity than anything else. I'm still pretty fascinated by anything to do with this game, personally. :)
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#6
Re: Another VB-bashing article
Posted on: 2016/3/5 21:30
Nintendoid!
Joined 2010/8/29
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Quote:

Protoman85 wrote:
Gizmondo


Bonus points for reminding me of this incredible piece of work, haha. The mid-00's were a crazy time...
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#7
Re: Select button - why?
Posted on: 2016/3/2 14:19
Nintendoid!
Joined 2010/8/29
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Adding to the problem, on most controllers it's always been far enough away from your primary inputs (D-pad and action buttons) as to be pretty useless in most situations. Start, on the other hand, is almost universally used as a pause button, when it would make sense to be taking your "finger off the trigger," as it were.

I still remember seeing the Gamecube controller for the first time, and thinking to myself, "That's crazy, how can they make a controller without a Select button?!" while being COMPLETELY OBLIVIOUS to the fact that the N64 controller never had one, and I'd never missed it... :)
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#8
Re: 1995 Nintendo Products Catalogue
Posted on: 2016/2/20 21:39
Nintendoid!
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I'm guessing Devil Busters is what eventually became Jack Bros., too. Who knew so many VB games went through multiple names?
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#9
Re: The Noteworthy Auction Threadô
Posted on: 2016/2/18 19:39
Nintendoid!
Joined 2010/8/29
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At least the description of this one explicitly states that it's homebrew, and not touting it as official or unreleased or prototype or some nonsense.

I do like the line that "not much is known about its origins" though... lol.
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#10
Re: Virtual Boy marketing information
Posted on: 2016/2/17 1:17
Nintendoid!
Joined 2010/8/29
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I remember thinking as a (very young) kid that since the Game Boy was only shades of gray, it must only be half as powerful as the NES, which I knew was 8-bit... so by kid logic, it must only be 4-bit!

Back on topic, though - scans like these are endlessly fascinating to me. It's like 90s Nintendo was a totally different company, riding high and confident they could do no wrong.
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