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Major Havoc 2049

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    Video Games and Bodyboarding/Surfing.
    Atari 2600/5200/7800, Lynx & Jaguar.
    Atari 65XE & Atari 1040 STE
    Sega CDX, Saturn and Dreamcast
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  1. That was cool to watch, Austin. You got some mad skills!
  2. LOL...I put that in my comments section of the sign-up page. I still have my demo marked copy and even downloaded a cover, but just put it in a regular black DVD case. Looking forward to the Songbird release. Songbird is on fire with all kinds of news and new releases! Thanks, Carl! 😃👍
  3. As a Jaguar fan, the Jag CD had a bunch of sequels to Jaguar games that I enjoyed, such as Battlemorph, Iron Soldier 2 and Hover Strike: Unconquered Lands. In the case of Battlemorph and HS:UL, they were definite upgrades over the cart releases. If I remember correctly, I think the Jag CD version of Iron Soldier 2 came out several years before the cart version. Battlemorph is also one of my favorite games on the Jag. I was one of those who enjoyed Blue Lighting and Highlander. I was looking forward to the complete Highlander trilogy, but knowing the dire straits Atari and the Jaguar at the time, I knew it probably wasn't going to happen. Back in 1995, the Jag CD with Blue Lightning, Vid Grid, Myst demo and the VLM was a pretty good deal at $150. I think I only paid full price for Battlemorph and Highlander and then shortly after that, everything for the Jaguar started to be discounted. It was easy to get a complete Jag CD collection for dirt cheap back in 1996. I paid $10 for a new copy of Primal Rage at Electronics Boutique. Is the Jaguar CD worth it for what they are charging today? No, but we could say that for almost all of retro gaming. Most retro games aren't worth what they are charging today. The best deals are the brand new games coming out for retro systems or picking off a few hidden gems here and there.
  4. Was it Strike Fleet by Lucasfilm Games and published by Electronic Arts?
  5. It's not that hard. Like someone posted earlier, all the clues are in the computers. The Marine campaign is the hardest of the three. For a real challenge that is somewhat similar, check out Towers II. Finishing Towers II is a monumental challenge.
  6. That Simone cover is really cool looking. Nice work, Clint!
  7. That plate frame would be cool on a restored 80's sports car.
  8. I have two Jags , one K and one M. I have two for JagLink Doom and BattleSphere. I have one Jag CD, which I've had since launch and it has never given me any problems.
  9. The original run of Zero 5 doesn't have any holographic stickers. Iron Soldier II (CD), World Tour Racing (CD), Breakout 2000, Zero 5, Worms and Towers II were all available through Electronics Boutique and the few Atari retailers that were left, as well as directly from Telegames themselves. Telegames was a licensed 3rd party publisher for the Jaguar and the deal for Telegames to release these games was made with Atari Corp. Most people agree that they are part of the complete Atari Jaguar retail collection.
  10. The Xbox has Silent Scope Complete, The House of the Dead 3 (also includes the Dreamcast version of HOD2) and Starsky & Hutch (uses the light gun in co-op mode, one person drives and the other person shoots).
  11. Is there a video of this up somewhere? Is it improved over the Jag CD version? Do the characters now have texture mapping?
  12. They only do that if it is the last copy. Their display stock is just sitting on the shelfs, easy prey for shoplifters, but cool for gamers who want to read the back of the box. Otherwise they would have to go the route of Walmart and Target and keep everything locked up. If the last copy is all jacked up, just don't buy it or ask for a new case. I've asked for a new case for grungy display copies several times at Gamestop and I've never had an issue. I also do that at used mom and pop game stores as well, as they usually have a mountain of sports games in the back, with a few good cases here and there.
  13. I don't own this game or a Skunk board. Does the ROM work on an emulator?
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