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post #91 of 136
^^ oh yes. It's actually very highly regarded by critics and basically anyone who has actually played it.
post #92 of 136
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Originally Posted by Dashaansafin View Post
Also there was this other game for the computer, it was a side scroller and you mutated into a monster/better fighter. You could fight in hell...ive always wanted to know the name of that game. I know this is vauge as hell but it came out around the time as Wolfenstine.

Altered Beast? It was included with 1st generation Sega Genesis consoles.



post #93 of 136
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Altered Beast? It was included with 1st generation Sega Genesis consoles.





YES THANK YOU! Much of my childhood was spent playing that game on the computer, always got freaked when he transformed but happy as he was so strong. Did you play it much?
post #94 of 136
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Altered Beast? It was included with 1st generation Sega Genesis consoles.




"Waiis fwom yo gwabe!"
post #95 of 136
I may or may not have repeatedly bounced in my seat while reading this thread, this made my week.

I have go with the Real American Hero (TM) on this one:
post #96 of 136
Does anyone remember an early PC Rube Goldbergish puzzle type game called the Incredible Machine? Or Sid & Al's incredible toons?
post #97 of 136
What happened to the good ole days when kids just played with themselves?
post #98 of 136
How could we forget Golden Axe?? And Showdown at Dusk? The cowboy shooting game at arcades for 4 players, what was that called?
post #99 of 136
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And Showdown at Dusk? The cowboy shooting game at arcades for 4 players, what was that called?
I believe you're talking about Sunset Riders. Loved that game when I was a kid.
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post #100 of 136
Good to see some more Sierra love. I think i was the only 8 year old in my class to know what a candelabra was. They were pretty damned good for building vocabulary and learning to spell imo.
post #101 of 136
The cowboy game reminds me of the NES game gunsmoke.
post #102 of 136
Ahh yes Sunset Riders. I played that at arcades all the time...miss it very much. My favorite was the purple fat guy, he had the shotgun that shot far. I dont understand why anybody would choose anyone over him. The only downside to him was that his joystick was at the far right of the consol.
post #103 of 136
Don't forget Gauntlet or Metal Slug. And obviously Contra (the whole series).
post #104 of 136
Awesome classic 1st-gen NES games!!!! Double Dragon - fighting entire armies of Mr T! Castlevania Metroid - creepy music Super Mario Bros 2 - This came out with the first edition of Nintendo Power. Crazy popular. I think my parents had to sign up weeks in advance at Toys-R-US Kid Icarus Contra Duck Hunt - I had the Super Mario Bros/DuckHunt combo game that came with the NES gun Marble Madness Paperboy Friday The 13th - I fucking hated this game Nightmare on Elm Street ... wasn't much better
post #105 of 136
and to change it up a bit....


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