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hmm google would probably be best for pics. It was mostly a puzzle game the boss fights kinda reminded of the zelda games once you knew what to do it was easy. I never got that far in it cause it wasnt that great of a game :P

The hardest game ive ever played on SNES was 7th saga omg that thing was a grind fest and then some.


Seiken Denetsu 3... GRIND FEST [Not really after rearding about 7'th saga xD] as well, but it's a fun one. I always grinded to lvl 18 on the boat though

 

Nvm I read over 7'th saga in Wikipeidia... mentions a HUGE difficulty spike at some point, so much so that you can't kill anything and can't level at all! Still sounds fun

 

Another "trap" in a game was the Pit Fall in Super Metriod where you had to learn to Wall jump to get out... I couldn't wall jump for the life of me when I was younger [Now I TROLOLOLOLO all over the map going places I shouldn't be with Moon Jumping]

 

Which also brings up Spark Jumping, another fun but hard Super Metriod thing to do when your 8

 

any one know of any Super Metriod mods? Other M wasn't bad too btw


Edited by Mshenay - 5/21/12 at 7:16am
post #77 of 151

Seiken Denetsu was an awesome game :D i did like 7th saga...its a pain though lots of monsters and some of them level with you also and for some reason they always kick your butt.

Ys 3 Wanderers from Ys was a good also that one was a side scroll action rpg...kinda short though

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Seiken Denetsu was an awesome game :D i did like 7th saga...its a pain though lots of monsters and some of them level with you also and for some reason they always kick your butt.

Ys 3 Wanderers from Ys was a good also that one was a side scroll action rpg...kinda short though


yea 7'th sounds fun. There are some points in SD3 when if your not lvl'd right ur boned,

 

Grinding on SNES was kinda fun too

post #79 of 151

I think i gotta break out the emulators :D wanting to play these games now lol I've never really checked out the super metroid mods i might have to look into that now.

A few times i've fallen asleep while playing...and was still playing great way to level up :)

There was this mod for Phantasy Star 4 for sega called purgatory mode. I spent 3 hours leveling on the beginning area and every time more than 1 monster showed up they killed my entire team.

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I think i gotta break out the emulators :D wanting to play these games now lol I've never really checked out the super metroid mods i might have to look into that now.

A few times i've fallen asleep while playing...and was still playing great way to level up :)

There was this mod for Phantasy Star 4 for sega called purgatory mode. I spent 3 hours leveling on the beginning area and every time more than 1 monster showed up they killed my entire team.


nice

 

and do it man, I run my SNES emulators on my wii, since the classical controller is like the SNES controller it works like a boss


Edited by Mshenay - 5/21/12 at 7:44am
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I've always ran mine on the computer..still nothing like the real system though. I still have 2 of my SNES systems but im pretty sure all my games got stolen since i cant find any of them O_o

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I've always ran mine on the computer..still nothing like the real system though. I still have 2 of my SNES systems but im pretty sure all my games got stolen since i cant find any of them O_o


Yea I got my Snes in my drawer with my Game Informer mags, I'd play but most of my games need new batteries e.e

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Any of you use an Xbox360 controller for gaming with emulators?

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Any of you use an Xbox360 controller for gaming with emulators?


I have and old Logitech Dual Action G-UD8, I'm glad you asked this question though, as I need to find a driver fix for this to run on my Win 7 rig. And thankfully I found one pretty quick!

 

But yea I use a 16 button Dual action game pad, like the 360 just not as pretty :3

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I love the 360 controller.  Now using it again as I go through SD3 once more.

 

I bought one as soon as I found out that it uses a USB connection and is compatible with Windows back when the 360 system first came out.


Edited by Mad Max - 5/21/12 at 11:18am
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I love the 360 controller.  Now using it again as I go through SD3 once more.


Might be worth looking into, still though I paid $10 for mine and the Xbox controller is a good bit more, although how do drivers work with the Xbox controller

post #87 of 151

If you have Windows Vista or 7, drivers are already in your system, just plug n' play.

 

I don't think there are any other console-quality controllers for computer, no?  I could be wrong, it's been years.  My only other controller is a Logitech Extreme 3D Pro joystick.  Not quite as sturdy as the 360 controller, but I've taken good care of it.  It was fun with Starfox64, but ultimately I prefer the 360 controller.  I can use both when playing Mariokart64 with my younger sister.

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Any of you use an Xbox360 controller for gaming with emulators?
I am, with my Macbook Pro. Had to download a prefs pane or something, and I think it's a bit outdated. I only have wireless controllers, so I'm using the Microsoft wireless adapter. If anyone can offer some information that will make this a less annoying configuration, I'm all ears. The main issue was that sometimes I just couldn't get the buttons to work, so after a while I just started using my keyboard for RPGs, and then just stopped playing because using the keyboard doesn't feel as ergonomic as when my joints were younger. I remember having zero issues with this setup on my Powerbook.
post #89 of 151
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If you have Windows Vista or 7, drivers are already in your system, just plug n' play.

 

I don't think there are any other console-quality controllers for computer, no?  I could be wrong, it's been years.  My only other controller is a Logitech Extreme 3D Pro joystick.  Not quite as sturdy as the 360 controller, but I've taken good care of it.  It was fun with Starfox64, but ultimately I prefer the 360 controller.  I can use both when playing Mariokart64 with my younger sister.

Oh nice, yea I'll be running Win 7. But a controller = cash... and Cash I'm short on. Parents already un easy I dropped $900 into a PC and Monitor, plus I've got to shimmy another $170 for a 32gb D3, $25 for a pc repair kit and then $50 on top of that ;3

 

I'ma have to be a ninja, 

post #90 of 151

For the guys using the xbox 360 controller, how do you feel about the d-pad? Do you even use it? I think it's pretty horrible but having four xbox controllers collecting dust is kind of tempting for computer gaming/emulators.

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