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Sun Sep 4, 2016 9:11 PM

I've been playing the first Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles game for the NES the past few days and was curious, has anyone ever beaten this game WITHOUT using an emulator for save states or a game genie??? The game is so ridiculously hard! It doesn't seem possible...

The only time I ever beat the game I remember literally having to save the game every few seconds after I defeated each enemy just to have a chance in the final stage... 


Nelsonic Nintendo Game Watches

Sun Jul 3, 2016 11:02 PM


This might be a dumb question (and I'm hoping it is) but I could use a little help here.

I have both the Zelda and Super Mario Bros Nelsonic Nintendo game watches from 1989 (got them both when I was really little and just recently found them at my parents house). I went out and bought new batteries for them but I can't seem to figure them out. Does anyone know how they work, specifically if it's possible to shut them off without having to take the batteries back out? The game just keeps running in demo mode, I don't have the instructions anymore and I can't find anything online so I don't know what to do if I don't want the battery to just run out in a few days because it always stays on.

Thanks in advance! 

Great music/video game combinations

Mon May 30, 2016 7:45 PM

I'm a big music geek :music: (as you can probably tell from my name :P) in addition to being a video game geek so I am usually listening to music when I play video games. I was curious if those of you who do the same have found music that seems to go really well with particular games whether it helps build on the mood of the game, gets you psyched up to beat the game, or maybe is a song that always reminds you of a particular game for some reason.

I have quite a few examples but I'll just put two down here at first...

"Castlevania: Symphony of the Night" with the "Live - Throwing Copper" album.
Live's sound seems to flow really well with the overall mood of Castlevania to me. Plus killing hordes of werewolves and zombies while listening to the song "Shit Towne" is humorous.

"Mario Kart: Double Dash" with the "Collective Soul - Disciplined Breakdown" album.
This cd always reminds me of Double Dash because my brother and I used to listen to it while trying to beat the cups and unlock everything in single player mode. Specifically remember finally beating Rainbow Road (after probably 30 or so attempts) to win the Mirror Cup while listening to the song "Precious Declaration". That was a wonderful day! :-D