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possible video game characters. different console version to come. what do your think? which version do you like most? the simple left one? or the flushed out shaded one to the right? your feedback is greatly appreciated!

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I prefer left one because the one on the right looks like it is alive and will kill me in my sleep with his buttons which seems to be placed on flesh like substance but that's just me

datamouth responds:

lol. awesome. i too prefer the left one. thanks for your feedback!!!


Wow i remember this, this takes me back because way back when, before the super nes cameout this was the version over seas, so it was pretty neat, the controllers cameout nice, love the "SOFT" feel you are giving it here as it is realisticly, i love the shine you gave it, really nice work here, cant see anything that could be better as its alreaty pretty good if youask me, but maybe a more "3-D" version would be a plus, anyways nice job here takes you back to yesteryear.

Well as mentioned its already as good as can be but maybe a 3d version of some sort

datamouth responds:

yeah. i had the US version of the sues. with the lavender buttons. i always was a bit jealous of the people that had the non US version. the color buttons were so dope. i will make a 3D version for sure. i already started an xbox one and i'm planning on doing the Turbogrfx (with the turbo buttons) and the genesis. eventually i might do NES and Sega Master System ones. thanx for the great review!

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