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MeganJoanne

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MeganJoanne last won the day on February 17 2020

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  1. Had several wow, this shit is awesome times during my gaming years and so many I remember so fondly and so much I still hold dear in my thoughts, and once in a great while revisit, I just don't stick around for as long as I used to with them when I do. Most nostalgic were the NES, SNES and Playstation. Going to go with the Playstation because at the time that was a whole new thing, felt light years beyond anything else even with other similar consoles out.
  2. Donkey Kong Country (totally bought the game after that) Red Alarm (beat this Virtual Boy game several times on the kiosk) Sonic & Knuckles (beat it on the kiosk) Vector Man (another Sega game beaten on the kiosk) Sonic 3D Blast (came close to beating it, did later when my brother bought a Sega Genesis) Virtual Racing (couldn't play this one, guess I sucked at it or didn't care enough) Bug! (didn't like it) Virtual Fighter (same as above) Battle Arena Toushinden (I jumped ship, no longer a Nintendo only fan, played the demo every night during break,
  3. Back when Mario 64 came out I was working at Toys R Us, remember playing the demo of it and thought, this totally sucks, the controls, the crappy camera, the lack of cool enemies, the lack of detail, and that is when Mario actually became annoying with his constant whoo, whaaa, and other sounds. I looked at that and Crash Bandicoot and though, damn, if only Mario were like this. Of course over the years Crash has gone the way of crap, with only the PS1 games being really good of those I have played in the series (had a couple of the PS2 games and they weren't horrible, just not great, and play
  4. 10/10 Poured more hours into this game that any other; well over a thousand for sure over the several years that I've had the game. Even though I give it a 10 because it is one of my favorite games ever, it is not perfect, has more glitches than any other game that I've ever played except State of Decay, and more useless stuff than should be and still with so much that could have been improved upon, yet somehow what it does works, enough to had drawn me into the open world games and keep me wanting to play that and others like it.
  5. Had intended to get, via download early last year, was about to trade in my microsoft reward points but then they asked and required a telephone number, something I did not have then, thus I missed out on the chance to get it while it was on sale for super cheap at the time. Definitely looks like something I would enjoy.
  6. Back in the day when I actually had a rather good size physical game collection I had beaten two thirds of my games for NES and Playstation. It was my goal to eventually beat all that could be actually finished, but those times have passed and it's not important anymore. I used to keep lists on games I beat, very detailed, date and how it was finished and kept up with that for many years but now am like, whatever, doesn't matter. Nowadays, in recent years I've beaten a very small number of new games, though with a different mindset, not on the whole game conquering thing anymore, I just like t
  7. My favorite, Deathtrap Dungeon, love just about everything about the game. It is extremely challenging, enemies are hard to beat, traps are super deadly and are everywhere, there are lots of hidden secrets to find, and the music is awesome. Because of the difficulty, getting good at it takes a while, and it's one of those action games where just can't just rush in, you have to be ever cautions where you step and take care with using your items at the right time and fight enemies smartly. Only thing that I didn't like was the ending, it really sucked bad, and this game had a nice intro, so it d
  8. It may have been in my teens or early 20s when I saw Blade Runner, I can't exactly remember, anyway, it was weird, and bored the hell out of me. Haven't seen the movie again since. Thought about giving it a second chance since many years have passed, but meh, I really don't care enough.
  9. Long ago from kiddom to early adulthood aside from video game music and cartoon theme songs I was not heavily into music. I did listen to and liked music then, just really didn't go out of my way to really and never owned any music. Mid 90s I got into anime, so actually had some music from some of my favorites which were my very first music cd's (never owned a record in my life, nor cassette). But it wasn't until sometime in the later 200X with Youtube that I really started to find stuff I enjoyed outside of those I've already mentioned, and it was through music videos that it happened. Still
  10. If it weren't for games that I already have for it, I would have gone for the more recent console. I thought it would be cheaper to go with another 360, and is, but is costing me more than I anticipated but still much less than an xbox one would with having to get several games over again because they want you to get the versions for that thus making the 360 ones not backward compatible. Jerks. I had to order another controller, the one I have, the analog sticks have been fussy since a month after I got the thing last year and so with not being able to get my character to respond or with it co
  11. Well, have had the new used adapter for over a week and so far, working out just fine. It came in condition described and everything running fine. Though have had issues with my controller, took that apart, found that the squishy pieces that lay under the buttons that have contact things on the bottoms of them to register the button presses, they were falling apart, one which stopped working had completely come off and caved in where it wouldn't fit back in place so I had another controller, a generic SNES one and used the rubber under button things, cut those into pieces to fit in place
  12. Not a really good shot and camera couldn't zoom in as close as I wanted, and most of the pictures was of road which I cropped out, but wanted to get this pic before they flew off - a pair of vultures going after what remains of roadkill. One had flown right over my head before making a sharp u-turn and gliding down to join the other. If only I could have gotten a closer pic, but moments later they flew up to the top of a light post together.
  13. I've played 5 Metroid games, The original, the Gameboy sequel, Super Metroid, and the two Gameboy advance games, enjoyed them all, though will say that the 2nd game is the weakest of the lot, and while I like many things about Super Metroid, Metroid Zero Mission and Metroid Fusion, the first game still remains my favorite, and why is because of the ease to just get in and start playing with total freedom to explore once you aquire a few items and can explore in whatever way you want, no story to break it up, no telling you where to go next, no forcing you along a certain path until you accompl
  14. Well, if not that how about just impliment something on the site that will bring you to a list that will link to various vgs people's twitch channels. See image(s) below as example (Live Streaming link at top with other links). Then people here with a twitch can request to be added to it, or maybe are added automatically if they set that in their profile (can that be done easily?). I don't do the twitch thing myself, it doesn't like me most of the time, takes too much power that my computer can't handle or maybe my internet speed sucks or something. But in seeing this and there being possibili
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