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Thanks! Yeah, I'm young. I'm proud of my anachronism! Haha... ExtraRice, that's so weird. I came SO close to mentioning it. Instead, I decided I'm probably going to mention KK in this Thursday's post. Thanks for the input!
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Isn't that what I said?... "Judgement Silversword -Rebirth Edition- began as a homebrew game made on the official WonderWitch development kit for WonderSwan, which won the 2001 WonderWitch programming contest, resulting in its release."
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See? Experiences like that are what make roguelikes so unique! By the way, if I recall correctly, it's better to beat the final boss as it is, but you were near death...
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Thanks, Jonathan! That's what I get for trusting my recollection. I'll fix that now. By the way, I actually really like being corrected. Not only does it mean people are actually reading my stuff but it helps keep my stuff accurate, which is important. Thanks again!
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Haha, fortapocalypse, you might not wanna skim so much. I mentioned that.
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Posts like this make me proud to write for RT! ^_^
Toggle Commented Oct 8, 2008 on Robot Typewriters Come Alive at Retro Thing
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Thanks for the comment but I think you're mistaken. Metal Gear 2: Solid Snake was for MSX and was the 2nd official Metal Gear game released (only in Japan until fairly recently). Metal Gear Solid 2 was a PlayStation 2 game and was the 4th official Metal Gear game to be released. There was never any Metal Gear games for Super NES so I'm not sure which game you're thinking of. If you skimmed my article you might want to take a closer look.
Toggle Commented Oct 7, 2008 on Retrospective: Metal Gear for MSX at Retro Thing
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Nice to see Russian readers here!
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(Oops! the anonymous post from September 30, 2008 at 03:49 AM was me obviously!) Doctor Popular, most modern NES emulators should emulate FDS. (I use Nestopia which seems to be the best NES emulator these days!) Just check around in the settings of whatever emulator you use to set it up with the bios file. Then you should be able to load FDS dumps just like an NES ROM.
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Thanks guys! I love comments like these.
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Yeah, Gauntlet has a similar atmosphere but it's a bit darker.
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Awesome! I'm very happy to help! I've been in that boat before.
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Ehhh, I wouldn't say that. It's pong-esque but fairly advanced beyond that concept.
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Not only do I remember it, I reviewed the newest version for Wii!... http://www.gamerzreviewz.com/wii/dr-mario-online-rx-review/
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It is! Try it yet? It's got that definite "One more game!" aspect to it.
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Thanks, James! There's clearly some really classy folks visiting this site!
Toggle Commented Aug 14, 2008 on Retrospective: SOS for the Super NES at Retro Thing
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Well, as David mentioned, it does seem to be much more inspired by The Poseidon Adventure. Stylistically, it seems to be inspired by the Titanic.
Toggle Commented Aug 13, 2008 on Retrospective: SOS for the Super NES at Retro Thing
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Thanks for the words of encouragement folks!
Toggle Commented Aug 13, 2008 on Retrospective: SOS for the Super NES at Retro Thing
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Thanks! Yeah, I just recently found this game myself. There's so many great old games I imagine I'll be discovering them for the rest of my life.
Toggle Commented Aug 13, 2008 on Retrospective: SOS for the Super NES at Retro Thing
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Very true. I think it's at least stylistically inspired by the Titanic.
Toggle Commented Aug 12, 2008 on Retrospective: SOS for the Super NES at Retro Thing
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Haha, uh... I'm not sure if I should take that as a compliment or insult. I was trying to paint a verbal picture.
Toggle Commented Aug 12, 2008 on Retrospective: SOS for the Super NES at Retro Thing
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