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Response to The Nintendo Club 2009-08-25 21:24:34 Reply

Well I'm bringing my n64 to college come september so I'll definitely join. I'd have to say my favorite game is easily ocarina of time.....hands down.

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Response to The Nintendo Club 2009-08-25 21:32:36 Reply

At 8/25/09 09:24 PM, Lkoz91 wrote: Well I'm bringing my n64 to college come september so I'll definitely join. I'd have to say my favorite game is easily ocarina of time.....hands down.

Ocarina of Time is a wonderful game, I loved it to death!


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Response to The Nintendo Club 2009-08-25 21:37:27 Reply

At 8/25/09 09:32 PM, EpicFail wrote:
At 8/25/09 09:24 PM, Lkoz91 wrote: Well I'm bringing my n64 to college come september so I'll definitely join. I'd have to say my favorite game is easily ocarina of time.....hands down.
Ocarina of Time is a wonderful game, I loved it to death!

I loved it but it got lost and i cant find a good cheap copy i have 2 friends who dont want to give it up but they dont or cant play it.


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Response to The Nintendo Club 2009-08-26 00:23:25 Reply

Ocarina of Time is definitely my favorite N64 game rivaled only by Starfox 64. I still don't have all the Skulltulas or heart pieces, though. Have you played The Legend of Zelda: A Link To The Past for the SNES? That game is also very awesome.

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Response to The Nintendo Club 2009-08-26 00:28:28 Reply

At 8/26/09 12:23 AM, MultiCanimefan wrote: Ocarina of Time is definitely my favorite N64 game rivaled only by Starfox 64. I still don't have all the Skulltulas or heart pieces, though. Have you played The Legend of Zelda: A Link To The Past for the SNES? That game is also very awesome.

Oh god I absoloutey love that game! Especially since it helped me be with my current girlfriend.


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Response to The Nintendo Club 2009-08-26 02:36:24 Reply

Glad to hear that a great game brought you two together :D.

Anyone play and actually FINISH EarthBound for the SNES? I just started a little while ago and I'm hooked. My love for RPGs has been re-kindled thanks to this gem.

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Response to The Nintendo Club 2009-08-26 02:45:28 Reply

At 8/26/09 02:36 AM, MultiCanimefan wrote: Glad to hear that a great game brought you two together :D.

Anyone play and actually FINISH EarthBound for the SNES? I just started a little while ago and I'm hooked. My love for RPGs has been re-kindled thanks to this gem.

Only RPGs I've played and enjoyed are Paper Mario, Paper Mario Thousand Year Door, Mario and Luigi Superstar Saga, the sequel, Pokemon, and Kingdom Hearts. I don't know, most RPGs don't seem to catch my interest besides the Mario ones, except Mario RPG. I have played Chrono Trigger and beat it, but that was only for the story. How is Earthbound? I played it for a bit but lost it after a while. My baby sisters fault.


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Response to The Nintendo Club 2009-08-26 12:49:45 Reply

At 8/26/09 02:45 AM, dmansland wrote:
At 8/26/09 02:36 AM, MultiCanimefan wrote:
How is Earthbound?

It's a great, classic game. It's a very long one, too.

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Response to The Nintendo Club 2009-08-26 20:07:17 Reply

Maybe you guys can help me,
I am looking for either a GBC or GBA game, I can't remember which, pretty sure it's GBC, it is similar to Pokemon in ways, but you use robots instead, or something alike robots, I haven't played it since I was a wee kid, so I don't remember much of it at all, and it is not robot wars.


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Response to The Nintendo Club 2009-08-26 23:29:02 Reply

Anyone know my best bet on getting N64 games? I just found out my mom threw all of mine out!!!! Ugh, this sucks. They don't still have those bins at gamestop with a ton of old games for really cheap prices, do they?

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Response to The Nintendo Club 2009-08-26 23:39:50 Reply

At 8/26/09 11:29 PM, Lkoz91 wrote: Anyone know my best bet on getting N64 games? I just found out my mom threw all of mine out!!!! Ugh, this sucks. They don't still have those bins at gamestop with a ton of old games for really cheap prices, do they?

Check out any pawn shop really, they don't cost too much.


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Response to The Nintendo Club 2009-08-27 06:27:32 Reply

At 8/26/09 11:29 PM, Lkoz91 wrote: Anyone know my best bet on getting N64 games? I just found out my mom threw all of mine out!!!! Ugh, this sucks. They don't still have those bins at gamestop with a ton of old games for really cheap prices, do they?

You can find them at alot of thrift stores and pawn shops, and some used game stores. Just pick any local gamestore as opposed to say, Gamestop and they should have a used section. As for variety, it probably won't be large but it's better than nothing.

Also you can find them fairly easily online on websites like eBay and Amazon, although it's prefferable to get them at a store.


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Response to The Nintendo Club 2009-08-27 18:51:49 Reply

I'll join, right now I'm just playing City Folk though.....


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Response to The Nintendo Club 2009-08-28 16:13:08 Reply

Finally was able to get through Diddy Kong Racing for the first time! Now I need to get T.T and complete the second adventure.


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Response to The Nintendo Club 2009-08-29 16:36:20 Reply

Been playing Pokemon Red Rescue Team for a while now.

Also, EpicFail has left Newgrounds, I'm his brother who lives in Florida, and he told me that he was leaving for good, just letting you guys know, but he's hoping this club can stay active.


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Response to The Nintendo Club 2009-08-29 17:19:35 Reply

At 8/29/09 04:36 PM, Gergaloth wrote: Been playing Pokemon Red Rescue Team for a while now.

Also, EpicFail has left Newgrounds, I'm his brother who lives in Florida, and he told me that he was leaving for good, just letting you guys know, but he's hoping this club can stay active.

Great, the leader of the club has left. This club is dead.


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Response to The Nintendo Club 2009-08-29 19:51:20 Reply

At 8/29/09 05:19 PM, dmansland wrote:
At 8/29/09 04:36 PM, Gergaloth wrote: Been playing Pokemon Red Rescue Team for a while now.

Also, EpicFail has left Newgrounds, I'm his brother who lives in Florida, and he told me that he was leaving for good, just letting you guys know, but he's hoping this club can stay active.
Great, the leader of the club has left. This club is dead.

It's not dead, we can easily maintain it ourselves if we try, I'm a huge Nintendo fan just like him, we can keep this going if we try to man.


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Response to The Nintendo Club 2009-08-30 16:34:46 Reply

Any played Earthbound? I am currently playing it, reached the second town already. I must sya this is a frekaing hilarious game. I just loved it from the first second. Anyone knows any secrets for that game, not like I wanna cheat, just some interesting Easter Eggs or something else.

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Response to The Nintendo Club 2009-08-30 22:14:30 Reply

So I finally found a video game store that sells n64 games. I bought pokemon snap, pokemon stadium, majoras mask, gauntlet legends, super mario, and donkey kong 64. I still need mario kart and ocarina of time though. Next saturday I'm gonna try my luck at a flea market they always do at giant stadium.

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Response to The Nintendo Club 2009-09-01 01:56:07 Reply

At 8/29/09 07:51 PM, Gergaloth wrote:
At 8/29/09 05:19 PM, dmansland wrote: Great, the leader of the club has left. This club is dead.
It's not dead, we can easily maintain it ourselves if we try, I'm a huge Nintendo fan just like him, we can keep this going if we try to man.

Yeah, to be honest the only thing it takes for a club to live here is a decent topic of discussion (And Nintendo is probably the best at this, seriously) and a few members to post in it at a time. Hell, this could still have the potential to be the most popular thread in the C&C forum considering that it's Nintendo we're talking about.


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Response to The Nintendo Club 2009-09-01 01:58:13 Reply

At 8/30/09 04:34 PM, MrSaint wrote: Any played Earthbound? I am currently playing it, reached the second town already. I must sya this is a frekaing hilarious game. I just loved it from the first second. Anyone knows any secrets for that game, not like I wanna cheat, just some interesting Easter Eggs or something else.

Yes, I'm currently playing it. Isn't it just great? I don't know of any Easter Eggs, but I'll keep looking. What level is/are your character(s)?

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Response to The Nintendo Club 2009-09-01 02:06:01 Reply

At 9/1/09 01:56 AM, Ass-Crumb wrote: Yeah, to be honest the only thing it takes for a club to live here is a decent topic of discussion (And Nintendo is probably the best at this, seriously) and a few members to post in it at a time. Hell, this could still have the potential to be the most popular thread in the C&C forum considering that it's Nintendo we're talking about.

You're right, and I'll be one of those people that will post here as often as I can. I am a huge Nintenfag and proud of it.

Anyway, I was actually able to get through Rusty Bucket Bay without dying. I got everything, both honeycombs, 10 Jigsaw Pieces, and 100 notes, and no cheats either. I remember it being a lot more difficult, I was even dreading that stage. But I managed to get through it and now I'm in Click Clock Wood. I was also able to pick up Duke Nukem Zero Hour again, still as badass as I remembered it.


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Response to The Nintendo Club 2009-09-01 02:30:00 Reply

At 9/1/09 02:26 AM, Brass wrote: Oh God Mystical Ninja.

I love that game.

I'm playing through it right now, haven't played in a bit though. I'm getting the batteries for Suzuki, I think.

I'm also playing Earthbound, and hopefully Majora's Mask soon.

*join*

Glad to have you in our club. How far are you in Earthbound? Is this on the SNES and the N64 or are you playing on emulators?


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Response to The Nintendo Club 2009-09-01 14:32:48 Reply

At 9/1/09 02:06 AM, dmansland wrote: You're right, and I'll be one of those people that will post here as often as I can. I am a huge Nintenfag and proud of it.

Good.

Anyway, I was actually able to get through Rusty Bucket Bay without dying. I got everything, both honeycombs, 10 Jigsaw Pieces, and 100 notes, and no cheats either. I remember it being a lot more difficult, I was even dreading that stage. But I managed to get through it and now I'm in Click Clock Wood. I was also able to pick up Duke Nukem Zero Hour again, still as badass as I remembered it.

Ugh, I remember Rusty bucket bay being the most dreadful experience in my childhood. I actually didn't even want to go into the water at all in that level at one point and the fact that I have 10 jiggies and 100 notes in every level except Rusty Bucket bay kind of shows that.. I still haven't gotten all the notes and it's been like 8 years... But it was an excellent game, and Click Clock wood is only really hard because it's done in a weird order (4 minilevels.)


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Response to The Nintendo Club 2009-09-02 01:50:47 Reply

You guys should play Mother 3 as well, it's also an amazing game. You have to emulate it and get the fan translation patch if you can't read Japanese though.


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Response to The Nintendo Club 2009-09-02 13:07:11 Reply

At 9/2/09 01:50 AM, Matt2358 wrote: You guys should play Mother 3 as well, it's also an amazing game. You have to emulate it and get the fan translation patch if you can't read Japanese though.

Ugh. I was thinking about doing this once, but it seemed like kind of an annoying process to patch it and everything and it's illegal since I don't own the original so I kind of decided against it.

But, being honest, was all the time spent downloading the emulators and roms and ipswin and patches and shit worth it?


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Response to The Nintendo Club 2009-09-03 20:23:02 Reply

But, being honest, was all the time spent downloading the emulators and roms and ipswin and patches and shit worth it?

1 word....YES!


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Response to The Nintendo Club 2009-09-03 22:50:44 Reply

At 9/1/09 02:26 AM, Brass wrote: Oh God Mystical Ninja.

Hey Brass, grats on the $10 Store credit man!
Thanks for joining, EF thanks you all.


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Response to The Nintendo Club 2009-09-03 22:57:22 Reply

Picked up Turok Dinosaur Hunter once more. Still confusing and have no idea where to go, but fun as hell.


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Response to The Nintendo Club 2009-09-03 23:04:38 Reply

At 9/3/09 10:57 PM, dmansland wrote: Picked up Turok Dinosaur Hunter once more. Still confusing and have no idea where to go, but fun as hell.

Not knowing what to do is part of the adventure man, enjoy being lost, don't give in to walkthroughs!


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