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LionHearted78

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About LionHearted78

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    Space Invader
  • Birthday October 6

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    Special Assault Brigade for Real Emergencies
  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Chicagoland
  • Interests
    Retro Gaming, I especially Love NES, SNES, Genesis, Gameboy, GBA and TG16
  • Currently Playing
    Zelda Breath of the Wild
  • Playing Next
    Going back to AM2R
  1. I'm always interested in testing out games. Let me know if you still need people.
  2. With the shape Atari is in these days, I'll believe it when I see it. I figure this is going to be nothing but a crazy pipe dream that could never full reach the potential of what they are kinda hyping it to be. This console, or whatever it is seems like its going to be more expensive than your average Flashback, so I'm really not seeing the benefit to buying one.
  3. I hate it when people rate ET as the worst game on the console, when games like 2600 Pacman exist. Great list, I couldn't agree more.
  4. I thought it was awesome that they were playing Dragons Lair at the arcade in the opening scene. Was cool that it started out with them in a classic arcade. Lots of great 1984 references overall in the trailers. As if I wasn't already excited enough for the season 2, this latest trailer has me SUPER pumped. I need to hurry up and fast forward to the end of October!!
  5. I don't even think ET is the worst game on the 2600, let alone the worst game of all time. When people say it's the worst of all time, it not only proves that they don't have much experience with video games, but that they haven't played a whole lot of the 2600 library.
  6. To be honest I didn't like the Coleco controllers very much either but at least they had a stick. (although way too stiff) I did prefer the numeric pad size and overlay style of the Intellivision though.
  7. I've always hated the controller on the Intellivision model 1. I know that many people state that it was capable of more directional input than your standard D-pad, but I always hated how your nail could get jammed within that raised portion when playing action type games. I also hated how the pad was below the buttons. Never made much sense to me.
  8. I never was a fan of the 2600 joysticks... they always felt VERY stiff. I liked what they tried to do with the 5200 analog sticks, like having a PAUSE feature...although the keys I could have done without. Just too bad that they were suited better for doorstops than they were gaming.
  9. I used to enjoy the 2600 game growing up but now I find myself not really liking it very much anymore.. I do still very much enjoy the arcade original game. Fun mechanics and action for an early arcade title.
  10. Happy belated Birthday! Thanks for this great rom set. Always a pain to find a full Atari romset that is free of bugs and other BS
  11. For new games, I've yet to find a reason to buy any of these "collector editions" that have been sold in more recent years. So basically I don't really like paying above 60$ Thankfully Prime gives discounts. For Retro, I really don't buy games that I know I'm not going to play, so really I can't see spending any more than 50-80$ and even that's kinda pushing it.
  12. Depends on the owner of said music. I've stopped uploading videos of Konami games to Youtube because it seems like every time I do, someone submits a copyright claim. Even for NES games.
  13. Depending on the games you want it might actually be cheaper to purchase an NES and the games you wanted to play, rather than waste 200$ on an NES mini from a scalper (please don't purchase from those guys) an alternate route would be building/buying a Rasberry Pi and build a retropie, which would allow you to emulate a number of games conveniently. It's basically like having an NES classic(mini) and allows you to play a number of different systems. It's easy to set up yourself and there are a number of different tutorials on how to DIY
  14. I've never really looked into this game until seeing this post and looking up the game online. Crazy that a project that was completed AFTER the system was long dead has such a huge demand online where the seller thinks that he can get 1k for it. As far as the price goes, I couldn't imagine spending that much on ANY game, let alone a game that the buyer is probably NEVER going to play but instead let it sit in a display box somewhere.
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