BBK357 wrote: ↑
Mon Jun 26, 2017 5:39 pm
I'll take one but won't fight for one
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My wife got the NES version through some couponing for like $20 out the door a couple months ago once the hype died. It's fun. The last console I ever owned was a SNES before I got into adult stuff and still own it but lost a lot of games. My 4yo loves playing excite bike because it's all he's able to do.
My only gripe is the control seems to be a bit delayed (lemon?) and there's only one.
I'll put her on to this for a post-Christmas deal just for Street Fighter Two and let you guys know what she finds if you can wait that long as she's a super bargain hunter. It'll be winner if the controls aren't delayed as I played the crap out of that game back in the day. I'll still drop a couple dollars on the rare occasion I run across an arcade... I don't gamble but Reno casino arcades are really well done these days for nostalgia. I make a point to stay at Atlantis, Peppermill Game Lab when working those areas.
Some classics listed...
F-Zero was great if you were into racing, Star Fox was great and way ahead of its time in story and graphics I remember so part II sounds interesting, and Final Fantasy III seems like it might be fun having only played and beat Final Fantasy II.