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Super Nintendo; The next generation
Topic Started: Nov 23 2010, 01:41 AM (789 Views)
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Until recently, I honestly did not know that Star Fox was originally on the SNES.

Super Mario World was where it was at.
 
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Yeah, and beating the secret surfer lingo levels of Star Road.

I remember beating all of those levels, getting the 97 exit thingy, and all of a sudden the SNES got bumped and the game froze. Upon restarting, ALL OF MY PROGRESS HAD BEEN LOST!
 
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I was like:


"NOOOOOOOOO!"


Well, not really. I think I left that house for a while shortly after that happened.
 
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I would gladly replay all the levels! :t^_^:

Except Soda Lake. KEEP ME AWAY from Soda Lake.
 
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I know! And it was necessary for "100%" completion!
 
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I know! With SFA, you NEVER see 100%!
 
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You HAVE to be able to see it XD
 
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Well, I save it at that palace level before you get stuck at the point of no return.
 
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I saved right before getting the last Krazoa spirit on my first file, the second one is before the point of no return.
 
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I never tried it, but I have used the Game Boy player.

It's fun trying to get the E-reader to work on the thing XD
 
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I know exactly what you are talking about. The closest thing I have gotten to playing Game Boy games on an old console like that is the little thing that went on your controller for Pokemon Stadium.
 
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Didn't they have that in the regular GB's too? If you tried to put in a Color game in a GB Pocket?
 
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I like turning on the Game Boy without a game inserted and watch a huge black mass come down and go "ka-LING!"
 
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You... FAIL.
 
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[offtopic]I was quoting that MOM person from TF2 :P[/offtopic]

Let me guess, you liked playing as... Beowulf, was it?

I remember JUST having Street Fighter II Turbo and Super Mario World available. That was it, and I had fun with it :P
 
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