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  1. I don't have it yet, but would be willing to play it online with VGS users if I did.
  2. Got this and Super Mario Bros./Duck Hunt at the same time in 1990. They were the first games I ever got. However this was the first game I got with my own money, in 1998. I remember it was the last copy at the store I bought it from.
  3. No complaints here, @Jeevan. *Every* game night has been fun.
  4. This poll was predictable, so I can't say that I'm surprised that the most underrated 3D Mario game for an almost equally underrated Nintendo console continues to receive lots of hate...even though it isn't that bad of a game.
  5. I voted Worms and Tetris 99, but I'm also a Bomberman fan so I downloaded Power Bomberman. If we play that game, I think I'll use this Controller:
  6. If The Flintstones: the Surprise at Dinosaur Peak was really a Blockbuster "exclusive", it was only temporary. I rented it in 1994, and I didn't even go to Blockbuster at the time.
  7. I see. The 2003 build has a few glitches, but is basically complete otherwise. As I said earlier, reproduction cartridges are on eBay.
  8. Yeah, I wouldn't mind playing Worms, Tetris, or whatever multiplayer game that's available for Switch. Also, weren't you and Mega Tank talking about Splatoon 2?
  9. I don't know. Other than the label on the bottom, it otherwise looks pretty much the same as the one I have:
  10. Don't know if you're talking about 40 Winks or Diddy Kong Pilot, but I've seen both on eBay. I don't have either one yet, but I believe both games were nearly complete before being canceled. There was even a partial walkthrough of 40 Winks in Nintendo Power. So the cartridges on eBay should contain basically full versions. Edit: for those who care...
  11. At last. If it ever gets put onto a cartridge like 40 Winks and Diddy Kong Pilot were, I'm definitely going to buy it.
  12. This is the TV my NES was hooked up to in the early 90's along with my original copies of Rad Racer and Mega Man 3 that I got in 1990 and 1994, respectively. Unfortunately, the TV doesn't work very well now. It still turns on and the sound is still reasonably good, but as you can see it now just shows a line. It started doing that a few years ago, in 2017. My NES is now hooked up to this 13" Durabrand TV that I got in 2002, using the original RF Switch that came with it in 1990. Though I did hook it back up to the Sanyo TV above a few years ago (which brought back some good memo
  13. I frequently got blisters from playing the first Mario Party in the early 2000's. I wanted to keep playing, though, so of course the blisters got worse and took longer to heal. In 2016, I played R.C. Pro Am one night and got a blood blister on my thumb. Which really sucked, because I had to work the next night. Still, that was the only time I got a blood blister so it wasn't quite as bad as getting blisters playing Mario Party.
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