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  1. I’m asking this question because I heard from others that these joy-cons are more well-built than the typical pair of joy-cons. I’m not sure if this is true, however if it is, would it be worth it to get them?
  2. Now I'm asking this question because before, the Saturn was notorious for being really difficult to emulate. However, in recent years, emulation for the system has improved. I heard of an emulator called Mednafen, which can actually run Saturn games. Now my main question is that is the emulation good enough to the point where I would not need a Saturn anymore to play these games or is it still better to get the physical copies for a much smoother experience? P.S. I have an HP Computer with an intel Core i5 10th gen processor.
  3. Wii - Muramasa Demon Blade PS2 - R-Type Final PS2 - Neo Contra (manual only) PS1 - Raystorm
  4. I'm asking this question because most of the Western countries have them. However, Asian countries (like the ones stated above) don't seem to have any. I can only imagine the Japanese really does not the way GameStop handles their used market because they are all about keeping their games in great condition with a fair trade value while GameStop just throws away or outright destroying any game that doesn't give them a quick profit along with an unfair trade value. Keeping their items in mint condition is part of their culture. I remember hearing that Walmart is really not popular in Japan. I can imagine how the Japanese feel about GameStop's crappy policy. Now South Korea on the other hand, I do not know much about. However, I do remember that they are into Western culture a lot more than their Japanese neighbor. However, I noticed that when I looked up on Wikipedia the list as to where GameStops are located, South Korea doesn't seem to appear on the list. So I assume that they must really not like GameStop if South Korea doesn't have a location. I've been to this game store in Singapore called Toy and Game, they are a much better and cleaner store than GameStop. That's all I have to say. I would just like your thoughts.
  5. We all know that the NA market is pretty bad and the Japanese second hand is pretty good. However, I do not know too much about the European market. What was your experience?
  6. I mean he appears in many crossovers that Ryu appear in, some games he appeared in without Ryu or Chun-Li. Both Sephiroth and Akuma are both villains who antagonize the main heroes. Initially, I thought Chun-Li was the Sephiroth of Street Fighter since she's also a Street Fighter character that appears in almost every crossover Ryu appears in. However, that's just me.
  7. I'm very grateful that you published this list on the forum. I tried to find it online again, however, nowadays, I cannot find that list anymore. I heard Nintendo took it down, which would not be surprising at all, but still very frustrating. However, in volume 270, you forgot to put that Star Fox 64 3D came with a bonus Pokémon DVD. Just to let you know.
  8. I was concern about this when the Complete Edition was announced because of the fact that sometimes newer editions of games can sometimes do remove certain content, for example the Ninja Gaiden Sigma series removed the blood from the original Xbox releases, and with COVID-19 being a thing, a lot of people do not want to be near each other. Can you please tell me down below, thank you.
  9. I think anyone who is familiar with Sonic knows the whole google search "[your name] the hedgehog".
  10. It makes sense that Sonic's character was inherently Japanese, but most of their systems do much better outside of Japan and their mascot is much more popular overseas. That's why while Westerners wished that they lived in Japan, I would much rather live in Eastern European countries like Poland because I assume that they would believe in freedom.
  11. I was thinking of the character as a whole. However, I do like the left one better.
  12. The character Sonic was obviously created by the Japanese, however I feel like the character is more popular in the West than its home country since it was designed to be popular in both territories, marketed as a freedom fighter, which Westerners can relate to, and even had a Sonic float in the Macy's Thanksgiving Parade. I was thinking about how Japan has so many iconic fictional characters that could represent Japan, such as: Mario, Goku, Pikachu, Kenshiro, Hatsune Miku, Kirito, Saber, RX-78-2 Gundam, etc. Sonic is a popular character for sure, but not sure if he would fit as a Japanese icon like his peers. What do you think?
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