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  1. I think Froggo (only two good games), Tiertex (their port of the JVC Star Wars to the SMS/GG was one of the only good things they did), Micronics (their only good game was Spriggan Powered), and Micronet come to mind. Seriously, Acclaim and Titus have nothing on them. At least the former had Turok, Extreme G, Stargate, Iggy's Reckin' Balls, and Judge Dredd (SNES & Genesis/MD); the latter had Ardy Lightfoot (Underrated) and the Prehistorik franchise.


  2. I still have my N64, and some of my favorites are:

    -Super Mario 64

    -Duke Nukem 64, despite the censorship.

    -Goldeneye (I'm still surprised that most youngsters haven't figured out that this game had multiple control options.)

    -Mario Kart 64

    -Diddy Kong Racing

    -Both of the Banjo-Kazooie games.

    -Both of the Extreme G games.

    -Iggy's Reckin' Balls

    -Super Smash Bros.

    -Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards

    -Star Wars: Shadows of the Empire

    -Star Fox 64

    -The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time

    -Donkey Kong 64 (A flawed game, but one I still like.)

    -Clay Fighter 63 1/3 (There were worse games back then, and worse games now.)

    -Both of the N64 Castlevanias. (American McGee's Alice owes quite a bit to these, and they have aged better than the CD-ROM Tomb Raider trilogy.)

    -Both of the Vigilante 8 games.

    -Wipeout 64

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  3. -The Donkey Kong Country trilogy (Or anything else that Grant Kirkhope, Robin Beanland, David Wise, and Evelyn Novakovic did for the system.)

    -Tales of Phantasia

    -Star Ocean

    -Super Mario World 2

    -The Magical Quest Starring Mickey Mouse

    -Tiny Toon Adventures: Buster Busts Loose

    -Super Castlevania IV

    -Super Turrican 1 & 2

    -Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars

    -Demon's Crest

    -Kirby Super Star (KSS Ultra felt off, and more ways than one.)

    -Nosferatu (I wish Koji Igarashi would consider remaking this.)

    -Mega Man X-X3

    -Actraiser 1 & 2

    -Soul Blazer, Illusion of Gaia, and Terranigma

    -R-Type 3 & Super R-Type

    -Star Fox

    -Treasure of the Rudras

    -Earthbound

    -Gradius III

    -Contra III: The Alien Wars

    -Skyblazer

    -Spawn: The Video Game

     

    Yes, that is a lot.

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  4. @jgkspsx I have to agree, and Rob Zombie did not belong on that list for one simple reason: He was only in one game in the series.

     

    By the way, I have written a rant on Axel specifically that I plan on doing an audio version soon.

    Random, personal, TM Miscellania:

    -My personal favorite versions of Sweet Tooth are the Black and PS3 trucks.

    -Darkside should have been fully playable in TM3, and with an actual storyline. (Ditto for TM2.)

    -My all-time favorite car in the series is Crimson Fury.

    -Favorite stages in TM2 are New York, Antarctica, Paris, and Amazonia.

    -Minion should never have been dropped from Twisted Metal: Head-on. (Though Cousin Eddy's ending was the best in the game.)

    -Harbor City was quite promising, and too bad that it got cancelled.

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  5. Matt, Mike, I would like to say congratulations on the port's final stage before release. I also congratulated Dave himself on all the numerous versions that he and others have made. Plus, I also told him that the Lynx and TG-16/PC-Engine also had 65C02 processors, meaning that Attack of the PETSCII Robots can be ported to those systems, but have to be optimized for their strengths.

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