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  1. Water is an essential part of almost everything. So it should be an essential part of the food club!

     

    You can use this thread to talk about any type of drinkable water including radioactive water! ezIYMXSbwISC3ivNlB9euThERTg-50xBZLOrGXb4fxI.thumb.jpg.cdfd5fd1dc42168df385b15485662548.jpg


  2. How has nobody created this yet?

     

    You can use this thread to talk about the greasy, meaty, cheesy deliciousness known as pizza. 

     

    What's your favorite pizza chain? Mine is Pizza Inn, they have this thing called a pizzert, which is a chocolate chip cookie pizza with a nice frosting on it. Also, there "New York Style" pizza is the best I've had.


  3. 1 hour ago, bluejay said:

    I'm sick of Sprite. I never knew that would ever happen. I don't know what to drink now.

    Try Mexican Pepsi. It's my go-to soda! Well, Pepsi, in general, is my go-to product for everything.


  4. 9 hours ago, Tanooki said:

    The original, but also N64 and GBA are close, GC is nice too.  I detest the DS one with a passion and the Wii release closer behind it.  I know it's unpopular, but the series really has gone downhill once it went online and not exclusively because of that, just the designs in general turned it more into a party game which I am not a fan of.

    I have to (respectfully) disagree. I think the tracks are more forgiving, you it's not like in Super Circuit where there are some tracks that have ramps that can take you from 1st to 8th. Plus, the tracks in DS are awesome in my opinion, how can you dislike Waluigi Pinball? Also, the drifting is perfect in DS, you actually have some sort of control unlike the SNES and GBA ones.


  5. 9 hours ago, Tanooki said:

    The original, but also N64 and GBA are close, GC is nice too.  I detest the DS one with a passion and the Wii release closer behind it.  I know it's unpopular, but the series really has gone downhill once it went online and not exclusively because of that, just the designs in general turned it more into a party game which I am not a fan of.

    I have to (respectfully) disagree. I think the tracks are more forgiving, you it's not like in Super Circuit where there are some tracks that have ramps that can take you from 1st to 8th. Plus, the tracks in DS are awesome in my opinion, how can you dislike Waluigi Pinball? Also, the drifting is perfect in DS, you actually have some sort of control unlike the SNES and GBA ones.


  6. I didn't know this thread existed when I created the one on the Switch subforum!

     

    I'd like to see some late 70's games on AA. They have some Taito games, so Space Invaders would be awesome. I know it's most likely impossible, but The Kung Fu Master; Jackie Chan would be a weird, but welcome edition.

     


  7. 29 minutes ago, Keatah said:

    Digital can go away as equally as does streaming.

    At least with digital there's a chance of finding a system with the game on it. With streaming, if it's an exclusive, there's no way to save the game as it can't be downloaded. That's why some Sega Channel and Satelleview games are lost.


  8. I'm sorry for necroposting, but I'd like to update my opinion. I've gone from being "non-physical bad" to being 50/50 on both Physical and Digital. The reason why I had the problem with digital is because of the fear of games becoming lost. But I've slowly realized that's not the case and started buying more and more digital games (even though I still prefer physical), I even have more digital Switch games than physical. 

     

    Streaming can still fall into a volcano though.


  9. Up for sale is a PS1 in fixer-upper condition, I'll be selling it as untested, but it worked at one point (I've haven't played it in forever, and I don't have the cables to test it). The open button is stuck so you'll need to unstick that or put a weight on it. I'll also do a quick cleaning for it if it's sold. It may be a good system if you want to try your hand at installing a modchip! 

     

    I'm looking for $15 for it +Shipping.

     

    Other items I'll be selling are:

    Street Fighter II' Special Champion Edition-$10 +Shipping

    Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3 Genesis (bad label)-$5 +Shipping

    Sonic the Hedgehog (Japan)-$8 +Shipping

    Clubhouse Games-$5 +Shipping

    Family Feud 2010 Edition-$5 +Shipping

    Pocket Monsters Blue (Japan)-$10 +Shipping

    Frogger C64 (Box is beat up, but is unopened)-$15 +Shipping

     

    I'm open to offers if anything seems a bit pricey.

     

    PM me for details on an item.

     

    I can ship to anyone in the first 48 States. (Note, shipping may take a while as I have to get the boxes from USPS.

     

     

     

     


  10. I'm bored and I want to conquer the world ;-)

     

    I've been playing this game call Realpolitiks because it's like an easy version of the Paradox Interactive games. But it has problems like your allied countries aren't really independent and only do whatever you do. They can't declare wars or anything like that, also, revolutions don't split your country apart, it's just a short battle you can usually win. 

     

    Are there any RTS games like the stuff Paradox Interactive offers on the eshop?


  11. While looking for ROMS to put on my R4 Card (Thanks ClassicGMR!), I got bored and googled "Sonic CD DS" and didn't expect much. But not only did I find out there is a port of Sonic CD on the DS, but you can also get it on Headcannon's website! It was made so Christan Whitehead could show Sega that making a Sonic CD remake was possible.

     

    He commissioned stealth (the maker of this pitch) to reverse engineer the game and make a build that could be presented to Sega in late 2009-2010. After it got accepted, Stealth tried to see if whitehead could help get his DS port accepted, but due to Sonic CD being Whitehead's first project with Sega, he didn't want to risk a falling out happening so he denied. Thus, canceling the DS port.

     

    Fortunately, stealth released the prototype onto headcannon's website and you can download it!

     


  12. I'm going to repeat what Razzie.P said. So far, I haven't had a need to downsize, but there are some things I either want to sell, but have some sort of sentimental value to the items, or stuff I just don't need but isn't valuable (and I don't want to trash anything). Although I do want to expand my collection (mainly either 70s systems, or early Japanese systems), but if I do, somethings going.

     

    I want to focus more on getting games for my 10 systems (the only one that has a decent collection is my 2600 with 65 or so games) so no new consoles for me in the meantime.

     

     

    TL;DR: No, but I do (and do not) want to.

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