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Donkey Kong Country for NES? Real?

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AtariLeaf and I wondering...

 

Is this real?

If so... What's it worth? Who made it? Is it any good?

 

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That actually does look pretty damn good.

 

To the original poster--You'd probably be better off spending an extra $50 or so and buying a quality flash cart.

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That is good but it looks like it's just dk1 on the nes. Is there anything diff about gameplay. It's neat and all but I think I would just play the snes version w/better graffix.

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Often bootlegs are pretty good. At the gaming classic here there was a vendor selling all kinds of custom bootleg NES carts. Metroid 2, Zelda 2, or my fave Super Mario 3 2. The quality was amazing. If I didnt know better I would have thought that they were real.

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Often bootlegs are pretty good. At the gaming classic here there was a vendor selling all kinds of custom bootleg NES carts. Metroid 2, Zelda 2, or my fave Super Mario 3 2. The quality was amazing. If I didnt know better I would have thought that they were real.

 

Metroid 2 for NES? I can't seem to find any info on YouTube or even Google about this. It would be interesting to see. :)

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Man, if anything can dull the glamor of DKC, it's seeing an 8-bit version of the game stripped down to its raw gameplay. I enjoy DKC well enough but it really is a pretty generic platformer. Notwithstanding, the bootleg appears to be a really good port.

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Metroid 2 for NES? I can't seem to find any info on YouTube or even Google about this. It would be interesting to see. :)

It was not a port of the game boy game. It was more like a hacked NES Metroid with new maps that I think resembled Metroid 2. That's actually what all of this venders games were. They looked very good he had demos rolling but I did not buy any they were very pricy. They did look sweet though he had them in real cartridge cases and glossy custom labels that looked legit.

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I think the DKC4 pirate for the NES looks pretty SWEET! I am going to have to try and find the rom to put on my Powerpak.

 

As mentioned above I would recommend buying the Powerpak and getting the 'Savestate" mappers. I love the NES Powerpak!

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Does anyone have the DKC4 rom that works with the NES PowerPak? I found the rom with a Google search and put it on my PowerPak, but got a bad header error. I am guessing that the downloaded rom would work on an emulator, but needs modified to work on the PowerPak.

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