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About mbd39

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  1. For people who think this game is "too easy", wow. I don't think I can even come close to beating stage 4 and I've tried and tried.
  2. The first three levels have much harder bosses than enemies. Level 4 is where the regular enemies start to get hard. They shoot really fast.
  3. Oh my god, those level 4 enemies. I don't know if I can beat that stage without dying.
  4. I don't care about having the best score. I just want to stay out of the bottom five.
  5. At least the Playstation could do the same sort of games as later 3D systems, but rougher graphics. It had full 3D platformers, first person shooters, racers, RPGs, etc. It could be considered the NES of 3D gaming rather than the Atari. For example, Soul Reaver is a proto God of War. I'm not sure there was an Atari 2600 era of 3D consoles... maybe the 3DO and Jaguar.
  6. This is a great movie that offers a great lesson about paying attention to things in life and other people. 9/10
  7. I'm wondering if unlicensed games will be the theme this year. Maybe we'll be playing Shinobi and Afterburner next. Or even Magic Jewelry.
  8. I remember renting Alien Syndrome as a kid, but haven't played it in years. That's a Tengen!
  9. I'd probably give it a 7. I remember the graphical leap when I went from NES to Sonic as a kid. It was amazing back then. Now the gameplay seems a bit tedious and monotonous for a game that's supposed to be about going fast, especially Labyrinth Zone.
  10. The Atari 2600 was the first console to have digital downloads. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GameLine
  11. Ween can be either very normal sounding or incredibly bizarre depending on the song/album. They're all over the place.
  12. NES is my favorite console but I do give credit where it's due. And Nintendo had a virtual monopoly in the 80s so SMS lacked third party support.
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