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The good Old NES days...I sure do remember

post #1 of 18
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While Browsing Ebay I came across this NES auction ( includes Genesis and N64 as well) Mostly is a NES one

check it out.

http://cgi.ebay.com/aw-cgi/eBayISAPI...tem=1252068509

Maybe that person is selling them all for his new interests in cans and amps LOL~!

Anyways, talk about good momeries, I sure had a lot of fun back then when I was much younger.

Tides

PS. I am not relate to the seller so I am not advertising it for him/her. I just tho some of ya can relate with the old time classing gaming
post #2 of 18
ahh nothing out now can touch the fun-factor of the original NES, now its all about flashy graphics and crap like that...
post #3 of 18
Hell yea,

I gotta be honest and say I'm not much of a gamer new or oldschool. I just seem to know of all the good ones to play and all that cause my brothers a major fanatic (alot of systems, alot of games).

NES is seriously the stuff. Theres about 170 games sitting in my bros room right now. The past two years I havn't played much, but one series I will never give up on is CASTLEVANIA! I've got quite a few games in that series. Love all that gothic ****...
post #4 of 18
my NES crapped out on me a few years ago. luckily since then i've discovered emulators.... woohoo!! NES FOREVER!! !!!
post #5 of 18
Ah! The good ol NES! About the only games machine I've not programmed any games for.
post #6 of 18
Its scary but true when i say i grew up on NES......literally (school,sleep,nes,eating, )
post #7 of 18
I never liked the nintendo. I preferred legos. Legos are my friends. I still like them, anyone into lego mindstorms??
post #8 of 18
YES YES YES ai0tron! Know about FLL?
post #9 of 18
(quote) but one series I will never give up on is CASTLEVANIA! I've got quite a few games in that series. Love all that gothic ****...(quote)

Hey have you heard/seen Castlevania on the GBA? Its great!! Bloomin hard though!!!!!!!
post #10 of 18
what is FLL coolvij??
post #11 of 18
Thread Starter 
FLL stands for

First Lego League.

Basically tournaments and competitions among schools and colleges building motorize(Robotics) Lego projects. You see it on cable once a while ( discovery channel) Quite amazing on what people can do on these lego blocks and some simple electronic units.

here is FLL home site

http://www.legomindstorms.com/fll/

It is all about those blocks!

Tides
post #12 of 18
i've got a family computer, the japanese NES.. though no sound=( really loved this japanese fighting game, it was side scroll though u could move up and down.. the shower scenes when u were wipping arses cracked us up..though we were primary school then=)
post #13 of 18
Well, now that you know, this is my second and final year in FLL Illinois (it goes up to 8th grade.... ).

However, i have now mentored around 8 kids a total of 30 hrs...and will be doing so for the remainder of my life. j/k. Tho my mom really does want me to mentor well through high-school.

And my team won the presentation award for Illinois last year. And....never mind. This feels awkward - like i'm virtually bragging...

If you wanna kno more...just ask...
post #14 of 18
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Originally posted by becomethemould
i've got a family computer, the japanese NES.. though no sound=( really loved this japanese fighting game, it was side scroll though u could move up and down.. the shower scenes when u were wipping arses cracked us up..though we were primary school then=)
That's River City Ransom. What an awesome game.
post #15 of 18
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tooler said...

That's River City Ransom. What an awesome game.
YES! I thought I was the only one who loved that game! After you got the rapid-fire kicks and rapid-fire weapons skills, you were practically unbeatable. Picking somebody up and throwing them into a wall was fun as well. My favorite little quirk had to be starting at the edge of one of the really wide stages, do a running jump-kick, then do little hop-kicks right as you were landing all the way across the stage. Might take a few minutes, but you'd eventually get all the way across and nobody would attack you as you were doing it. I would love to see a sequel for it on Gamecube.
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