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Response to Videa Game Regulars Lounge. 2013-04-01 09:16:46 Reply

At 3/31/13 07:20 AM, Dean wrote: My GameCube collection is also shaping up nicely.

Likewise my PS2 collection is getting there. Nearing the 150 mark (although chances are when I hit it I'll find a few more games I want and it'll start increasing towards 200). Got Baldurs Gate: Dark Alliance for less than £3 last week, which seems like a pretty good bargain.

Unfortunately my collection might be stuck at 147 for a while. The last three games I want are a little more expensive than I'm willing to pay for games right now. Psychonauts and Castlevania: CurâEU<se of Darkness are around £10 each, which I can sort of understand as their a little more obscure than a lot of my games. While, Ape Escape 2 is around the £15 mark for some reason, which seems more than a little overpriced.


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Response to Videa Game Regulars Lounge. 2013-04-01 10:44:43 Reply

Tesco were selling Mass Effect 3 for £12 so I thought I'd just pick it up. Although this does mean I'm going to have to replay the whole trilogy because I don't have save files from the previous games on this console. Should be fun whenever I get around to it. I loved the first 2 Mass Effect games and since I get into Star Trek, this trilogy appeals even more.

It was kinda weird though because it was a new copy of the game yet it wasn't sealed. Looks like a copy that someone has returned or something because there's a little sticker on the inside of the case with a hand written "67" on it. Discs were in perfect condition and the online code worked, so no harm done I suppose. Was still a little odd.

I think I'm also going to pick up the complete edition of LA Noire. I've already beaten the game in the past but I had a loan of the game from my brother and he has since sold his copy. And I never played any of the DLC so getting the complete edition should be worth it for that alone. Although it's a bit pricier than I thought, costing about £17. Still tempted to order it, although that'll be the last game I buy for a while. In the last week or two I've now bought:

Harvest Moon: A Wonderful Life (GameCube)
Final Fantasy VIII (PS1)
Mass Effect 3 (Xbox 360)

I keep telling myself that I need to stop buying more games and spend more time playing the massive stack of games I already have, but I just can't help it.

At 4/1/13 09:16 AM, DannyIsOnFire wrote: Likewise my PS2 collection is getting there. Nearing the 150 mark (although chances are when I hit it I'll find a few more games I want and it'll start increasing towards 200).

Wasn't your collection originally meant to be 100 games? Looks like you've been bitten by the game collecting bug too!

The last three games I want are a little more expensive than I'm willing to pay for games right now.

I run into this problem a lot, although seeing as I collect for any system I own, some of the games can get quite pricey depending on the system. Luckily for you, now is like the prime time to be collecting for PS2 because a lot of the games are still recent enough that a lot of people just look at them as being old, unwanted games. I wonder how long before PS2 games start to become more desirable. Or if they ever will. I imagine PS2 games were produced in much higher numbers than games from previous generations. I'd say you're better to get the more sought after games sooner rather than later, because as they get older they're most likely going to go up in value.

Although I wish I could hold back on buying games like you seem to be able to do. If there's a game I want to get really badly but has a high selling price, I tend not to wait until I find a bargain. I'll just dive in a buy a copy of it at standard eBay price if I have the money to spare. In the case of some of the more sought after JRPGs I have, I've probably spent a stupid amount.


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Response to Videa Game Regulars Lounge. 2013-04-01 11:15:58 Reply

At 3/31/13 04:07 PM, Jackho wrote:
At 3/31/13 07:20 AM, Dean wrote: GameCube
Eternal Darkness, bro. Resident Evil Zero, Paper Mario, Soul Caliber II, Metroid Prime 2,

Here goes one which most people just looked over, Robotech: Battlecry. Damn that game was amazing.


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Response to Videa Game Regulars Lounge. 2013-04-01 15:31:53 Reply

At 4/1/13 12:14 AM, Sense-Offender wrote:
At 3/31/13 10:51 PM, Jackho wrote: Been a while since I played RE2, but as far as I remember Ada falls to her death in Leon B.
On Youtube, it said Leon B, but whichever one I saw, she died in Leon's arms.

So, she dies that way in one, and falls in the other? Do you clearly see her die? Is there any ambiguity at all, or is it like "yup, dead"?

Right, yeah, the tyrant kills her in Leon B, and she gets shot then falls down a chasm in Leon A.

And here it is in Darkside, which proves Leon B is canon. Coming back from either death is pretty much equally as bullshit anyway.

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Response to Videa Game Regulars Lounge. 2013-04-05 07:24:54 Reply

For some reason I feel like this is some kind of milestone. I now have copies of Final Fantasy VII, VIII and IX. I know there's still Final Fantasy Origins (I & II), Anthology (IV & V) and VI on PS1 as well, so I'll keep my eyes out for a copies of those too. It's just nice to have the main "trilogy" on PS1. I know it's not actually a trilogy but hopefully you know what I mean.

They're all in pretty good condition too. VII has a crack/scratch on the front of the case and a tiny little tear on the cover of the manual from where a sticker was removed. There's also some sun fading on the cover art. VIII and IX however are pretty much mint condition. The manuals look unused and in the case of IX, the discs look unused and there's still all the promotional bits of paper in perfect condition. Now I just have to play through them.

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Response to Videa Game Regulars Lounge. 2013-04-07 23:07:42 Reply

The song in the Bioshock Infinite TV commercial is by a band called Nico Vega. I think it's cool that they've gotten some attention. Their first album is really good. You guys should check them out.

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Response to Videa Game Regulars Lounge. 2013-04-07 23:10:59 Reply

At 4/7/13 11:07 PM, Sense-Offender wrote: Be Giving

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How did that happen? derp. Obviously, the last one should say "Gravity".


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Response to Videa Game Regulars Lounge. 2013-04-08 02:19:25 Reply

I'll never get over how superior the PAL cover for RE4 is compared to the U.S. release.

At 4/1/13 12:00 AM, Trapex wrote: Am I the only one who's had trouble with controlling the horse? Or is this a common thing?

It's not just you. I've only played the PS2 version, but it'd seem they didn't improve the controls if you're struggling as well. I don't even recall the horse being much of an issue when fighting the collosi, just when travelling. Granted, I never beat the game.


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Response to Videa Game Regulars Lounge. 2013-04-08 12:01:47 Reply

At 4/8/13 02:19 AM, Chumbawamba wrote: I'll never get over how superior the PAL cover for RE4 is compared to the U.S. release.

A lot of the US cover art that I see always seems a bit tacky when compared with the PAL art. Final Fantasy is a good example. I like the minimalistic, clean design that the PAL art has.

Speaking of Final Fantasy, the copy of Final Fantasy VI (or III if you're American) arrived today and it's in mint condition. Really pleased with it. Eager to play through it at some point, especially as a lot of people claim this is the best entry in the series. I know the PS1 version is plagued with some crappy load times though. Still, it seemed like the best version for me to pick up.


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Response to Videa Game Regulars Lounge. 2013-04-08 13:40:17 Reply

At 4/1/13 12:00 AM, Trapex wrote: Am I the only one who's had trouble with controlling the horse? Or is this a common thing?

It was an issue for me too when I was playing on PS2. It seems to be a bit better on the PS3 port, but that could just be the way I feel about it. I really haven't played the PS3 port of it very much, though.


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Response to Videa Game Regulars Lounge. 2013-04-08 18:36:49 Reply

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Response to Videa Game Regulars Lounge. 2013-04-12 17:22:21 Reply

At 4/8/13 12:01 PM, Dean wrote:
Speaking of Final Fantasy, the copy of Final Fantasy VI (or III if you're American) arrived today and it's in mint condition. Really pleased with it. Eager to play through it at some point, especially as a lot of people claim this is the best entry in the series. I know the PS1 version is plagued with some crappy load times though. Still, it seemed like the best version for me to pick up.

Having played through it to the end four or five months ago I can confirm that I had no loading issues whatsoever, it ran perfectly smoothly. I have to say though, very nice choice in picking up VI and VIII. VIII has always been my favourite in the series, followed by XIII (controversial choice, I know) and X.


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Response to Videa Game Regulars Lounge. 2013-04-21 10:54:25 Reply

Just decided to take my first plunge into the Castlevania series. @Jackho has been playing some of the games recently and it must have subliminal made me want to try them out because today I just had the urge to buy a couple games. I picked up Castlevania on N64, which I know a lot of people seem to dislike (AVGN followers?) but after watching several reviews that weren't AVGN, I decided that the game looked interesting enough to give a try. Unfortunately for me, it's not a boxed copy. Just loose cart and manual.

The other game I picked up was The Dracula X Chronicles on PSP, which from what I gather is I remake of Rondo of Blood. Although what really sold it to me was the unlockables, which are the TurboGrafx 16 version of Rondo of Blood (looks nicer than the remake imo) and a port of Symphony of the Night. I really know nothing about Castlevania, but Symphony of the Night is meant to be one of the better games in the series, right?

In other news, there are quite a few car boot sales meant to be happening in my town over the summer, so I'll be checking them out in the hope of unearthing some retro gaming goodness. I probably wont find anything but it's worth a try. Got my hopes up that I'll encounter a DreamCast but it seems unlikely.


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Response to Videa Game Regulars Lounge. 2013-04-25 01:49:41 Reply

At 4/21/13 10:54 AM, Dean wrote: The other game I picked up was The Dracula X Chronicles on PSP, which from what I gather is I remake of Rondo of Blood. Although what really sold it to me was the unlockables, which are the TurboGrafx 16 version of Rondo of Blood (looks nicer than the remake imo) and a port of Symphony of the Night. I really know nothing about Castlevania, but Symphony of the Night is meant to be one of the better games in the series, right?

The version of SotN featured in that remake has an incredibly small letterbox format that doesn't fit so well on the screen; SotN and the alternate Rondo of Blood have to be unlocked in that version by finding them in hidden areas. I would heavily recommend getting the Xbox/PSN version or the original retail. I would also recommend giving Castlevania 1,3, and 4 a try.

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Response to Videa Game Regulars Lounge. 2013-04-25 06:48:46 Reply

At 4/25/13 01:49 AM, MonoBro wrote: The version of SotN featured in that remake has an incredibly small letterbox format that doesn't fit so well on the screen;

I've not unlocked it yet but there are settings in the options menu for changing the screen size and it gives you an idea of what the letter boxing is like. I didn't think it was too bad. Probably better they did than than stretch it to fill the whole screen.

I would heavily recommend getting the Xbox/PSN version or the original retail. I would also recommend giving Castlevania 1,3, and 4 a try.

I don't touch downloadable versions of games often at all. I don't like the idea of paying for something that's going to become inaccessible in a few years time. As for the older Castlevania games, I don't own the systems that they were released on, unless they've been remade. I may emulate them at some point.

Also, Castlevania on the N64, I bought it expecting the controls to be bad. They're not. Okay, the platforming sections can be a little awkward, which I was well aware of before buying the game, but I don't think it's anything worth completely neglecting the game over. I may be wrong, but from what I've read there are only 2 irritating platform sections and one of them happens to be near the start of the game, which is what put a lot of people off this title. I admit, I died a few times while attempting it but it definitely wont deter me from continuing to play this.

I'd say Castlevania on the N64 is worth checking out if anyone is curious. I definitely don't think (so far anyway, I'm not all that far into it) that it's as bad as some reviewers like AVGN made it out to be.


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Response to Videa Game Regulars Lounge. 2013-04-30 12:19:18 Reply

I was at a flea market today and people were selling dozens of used video games. I was secretly hoping I would find something like Tales of Symphonia or Paper Mario for a few bucks, but alas. Otherwise I was looking for N64 games, but they were nowhere to be found for some reason.

I ended up buying only Super Mario Sunshine for 5 euros. Turns out to be quite a bargain since the cheapest it goes for nowadays is 17 euros as far as I could see.

So yeah, flea markets are neat.


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Response to Videa Game Regulars Lounge. 2013-04-30 15:24:45 Reply

At 4/30/13 12:19 PM, Auz wrote: I was secretly hoping I would find something like Tales of Symphonia or Paper Mario for a few bucks

I think you have to get there really early if you want to make those kinds of finds, and even then it might be too late. Most flea market type set-ups tend to let sellers in before buyers. As a result, video game re-sellers will set up their stall, walk around all the other stalls, buy up and good games they see and then put them on sale at their stall for stupidly high prices.

So yeah, flea markets are neat.

I agree, seeing as I have managed to make some decent finds in the past. I think there should be fairly decent sized one happening in my town this weekend (missed the last one) so I'm hopefully going to go for a rummage around.


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Response to Videa Game Regulars Lounge. 2013-05-01 20:38:06 Reply

At 4/30/13 03:24 PM, Dean wrote:
At 4/30/13 12:19 PM, Auz wrote: I was secretly hoping I would find something like Tales of Symphonia or Paper Mario for a few bucks
I think you have to get there really early if you want to make those kinds of finds, and even then it might be too late. Most flea market type set-ups tend to let sellers in before buyers. As a result, video game re-sellers will set up their stall, walk around all the other stalls, buy up and good games they see and then put them on sale at their stall for stupidly high prices.

Yeah, you're probably right about that. We got there at about 10:30 in the morning, but we overheard this salesman who said he already sold most of his good stuff. I also ran into a colleague of mine who was selling and she said she'd been there since 2:30 AM because otherwise she wouldn't have a good spot.

I'm not that familiar with flea markets so I was kind of surprised people get up so early for it. Next year I should probably get out of bed much earlier too.


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Response to Videa Game Regulars Lounge. 2013-05-04 22:25:54 Reply

I have recently gotten a hold of The 7th Saga for the Super Nintendo. I have heard about this little JRPG, but never heard it as being heralded among the other JRPG's on the Super Nintendo. What about it can any of you tell me about it?

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Response to Videa Game Regulars Lounge. 2013-05-05 04:48:07 Reply

At 5/4/13 10:25 PM, The-Great-One wrote: What about it can any of you tell me about it?

Might be mistaken, since SNES isn't really a console I'm all that familiar with, but isn't that game meant to be really fucking hard?

It's definitely not a game I've heard much about which would usually grab my interest, especially seeing as it's an RPG. RPGs always seem like a worthy additions to the collection if you're able to get them at a decent price.

Let us know how it is once you spent some time playing it.


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Response to Videa Game Regulars Lounge. 2013-05-05 05:27:51 Reply

Got my last three PS2 games. Meaning I'll either be investing in another shelf soon or not buying anything for a while. Paid a little more for them than I wanted (think the only games that cost more were ICO and Shadow Of The Colossus) but I couldn't stop myself from "completing the collection".

As a bonus, all three are pretty much in perfect condition.

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At 5/5/13 05:27 AM, DannyIsOnFire wrote: Got my last three PS2 games.

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At 5/4/13 10:25 PM, The-Great-One wrote: I have recently gotten a hold of The 7th Saga for the Super Nintendo. I have heard about this little JRPG, but never heard it as being heralded among the other JRPG's on the Super Nintendo. What about it can any of you tell me about it?

I never played it, but I've heard it's balls-hard in a very old-school kind of way. Apparently part of the premise is that there's another group of heroes who move around the world and are vying with you to be the ones to save the world, which is an amazing concept and I have no idea why noone's stolen it yet for a modern take.

I've been in an NES mood lately and I finally got around to beating Ninja Gaiden, which had been kicking my ass for years. I moved on the the original Super Mario Bros. which is actually really damn hard. Mostly because of the limited lives and lack of continues, that force you to really master the game and seek out secret coin stashes and extra lives. I've always wondered how many people have actually beaten it outright?


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At 5/8/13 12:44 AM, Jercurpac wrote: I never played it, but I've heard it's balls-hard in a very old-school kind of way. Apparently part of the premise is that there's another group of heroes who move around the world and are vying with you to be the ones to save the world, which is an amazing concept and I have no idea why noone's stolen it yet for a modern take.

Played it. Very basic in its story and gameplay. Kind of like playing the old-school Dragon Warrior on the NES (a.k.a Dragon Quest). However where Dragon Warrior worked on the NES, with the Super Nintendo and the wide variety of RPGs on the system, you would expect better.

I've been in an NES mood lately and I finally got around to beating Ninja Gaiden, which had been kicking my ass for years. I moved on the the original Super Mario Bros. which is actually really damn hard. Mostly because of the limited lives and lack of continues, that force you to really master the game and seek out secret coin stashes and extra lives. I've always wondered how many people have actually beaten it outright?

I have beaten Super Mario Bros. once.

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At 5/8/13 12:44 AM, Jercurpac wrote: I've always wondered how many people have actually beaten it outright?

Got my NES at the beginning of january this year and I've been trying SMB on and off. I'll be determined to beat it, then get to 8-3 and rage hard. I got to 8-4 once.

You can hold down A when you press start and it'll start you at the beginning of the last world you died in, but fuck that, if I ever beat this game it wont be in pussy mode.

The cannons are the most frustrating part by far, they don't seem to have any pattern or predictability. 8-3 is pretty much just luck.

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At 5/8/13 12:44 AM, Jercurpac wrote: I've always wondered how many people have actually beaten it outright?

I used to be able to speedrun SMB in about 7 minutes, but I highly doubt I'd be able to now. I should give it another try sometime soon and see if I can even finish it any more.


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At 5/8/13 12:44 AM, Jercurpac wrote: I've always wondered how many people have actually beaten it outright?

Woo, just beat it. I always knew it was a great game, but I never realized how excellently designed it was. The levels are set up to lead you towards certain secrets so you begin to understand the logic behind how they hide the goodies that you need to get through the levels, but at the same time it's also intentionally teaching you bad habits to hide the best secrets. I finally discovered how devious the starman power up is. The feeling of plowing through enemies is so satisfying that I never realized until now that they always put it in a spot where you'll run past one ups and beanstalks to the bonus areas.

I was recording a few on my last runs through it for shits and giggles, but I'm not sure if I want to do anything with the footage.

At 5/8/13 05:45 PM, Jackho wrote: You can hold down A when you press start and it'll start you at the beginning of the last world you died in, but fuck that, if I ever beat this game it wont be in pussy mode.

Same here. I beat the remake on Game Boy Color forever ago, but that saves your progress and I always knew that I didn't really beat Super Mario Bros. Stick with it, finally besting a game that's been kicking your ass is a great feeling. I could give you some tips, but if you're like me you want to get through on your skill alone.


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At 5/5/13 05:27 AM, DannyIsOnFire wrote: As a bonus, all three are pretty much in perfect condition.

Psychonauts is one of the best PS2 games ever made. I vaguely recall playing a demo for Castlevania: Lords of Shadow and thinking "meh".


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Response to Videa Game Regulars Lounge. 2013-05-09 16:04:32 Reply

At 5/8/13 11:00 PM, Jercurpac wrote: Stick with it, finally besting a game that's been kicking your ass is a great feeling. I could give you some tips, but if you're like me you want to get through on your skill alone.

That's true. I still gave up on Super Mario World eventually though. I was about three-quarters in, but it got so frustrating redoing the same courses over and over again that I didn't feel like I was even having fun with the game anymore.

I'll probably get back to it someday though.


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