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What Game Systems Do You Have?
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post Jan 23 2005, 06:29 PM
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QUOTE(Mizukage352 @ Jan 23 2005, 06:27 PM)
They took away the Toys'r'us around where I live, so promo mew was out of the question. Getting a mew from G/S wasn't gonna happen, and I walked around to see if you could go back to the bay with the S.S. Anne and surf around there, which didn't work.
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The S.S. Anne thing is only a rumor. And why not use the GameShark? I originally got it just because I was a perfectionist and wanted all 151. biggrin.gif


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post Jan 23 2005, 06:33 PM
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I saw the certificate, which was amazing, in a round-a-bout way. I was happy, and I don't own a gameshark, neither do any of my friends.
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post Jan 23 2005, 09:37 PM
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I have an N64 and Gamecube, though I play on pc the most. The gamecube came in such a good deal I couldn't resist happy.gif


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post Jan 23 2005, 09:46 PM
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PS1,PS2,GB SP,GBC,GB


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post Jan 23 2005, 10:16 PM
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SNES
Gameboy Color (Its lost, I think I might have sold it)
N64
PS1
PS2
GameCube
GBA SP


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post Jan 24 2005, 02:51 AM
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gc,n64 and gba is all i have now, but its all good cause i mainly play my gc but the n64 gets an airin sometimes so i can batter ganondorf/ganon on OoT
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post Jan 25 2005, 10:03 AM
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First off, Mike, I love that Sephiroth pic.

I have a PS2 and Xbox. I will not bother to buy PSP or DS. They are darned expensive and aren't that great anyway. I am not really a portable gamer. I don't need to constantly play video games either. I love my PS2 and Xbox is cool too.

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post Jan 25 2005, 05:13 PM
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I currently have PS2, a damn good comp and my DS.

And as for the Pokemon thing, you could always go and get Missingno. But that would do bad things for the game in general though.


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Heehee, the glitch known as Missingno. I remember catching that thing once, it looked like an old man in my pokemon screen. Yeah, that thing can mess up your game if you're not careful.
Here's my list o' systems: NES, SNES, GB, Super GB (if you could count it as one), N64, PSX, X-Box, GBA (I own two, one for me and one for my little sister laugh.gif ), and Gamecube.
Although I'm hoping to sell the X-box soon and get my hands on one of the orginal PS2s, not the new thin ones. They may have a modem built into them but you can't install the HD and that my friends means no FFXI. ph34r.gif


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post Jan 25 2005, 09:44 PM
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Ohh, I had a Super GB as well! But my idiot of a brother lent it to one of his friends and never got it back . . .


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post Jan 25 2005, 09:51 PM
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>.< That stinks that he would do that. If I was going out to our gaming store anytime soon I'd send you mine and then pick up another one.
Oh, did you ever see the credits for the Super GB?


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QUOTE(definingmind @ Jan 25 2005, 09:51 PM)
>.< That stinks that he would do that. If I was going out to our  gaming store anytime soon I'd send you mine and then pick up another one.
Oh, did you ever see the credits for the Super GB?
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You can still buy them where you are!? I thought they disappeared long ago, since I couldn't find them anymore.

I might have seen the credits, but I don't remember now. What was worthy of note?


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Yep, we can still buy them. It's about $35 for the unit (last time I checked anyways), but I do believe that they clean them and make sure they're in working order before putting out for sale. Also, you probably shoudl be able to find one on e-bay.

And the credits weren't anything really to get excited about. Mainly because all it was was white text scrolling upwards on a black screen *twirls finger* Woo-boy, it's about as much fun as a barrel of tuna... -.-;; But the music to the credits on the other hand was kinda cool.

Edit - It usually takes us about an hour and a half to get to the store that sells the untis. A bit of a drive, but it's worht it as they sell other old school games there too. biggrin.gif


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Reminds me of this really old game that I love so much: Mario Paint. ph34r.gif biggrin.gif I loved the little flyswatter game.


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post Jan 25 2005, 10:13 PM
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Ahh..good ol' Mario Paint. biggrin.gif That 'game' was pretty sweet too. And the flyswatter game was great for praticing point and click skills. It was pretty much how I learned to use a mouse.
(*warning* old-school SNES gamer geek mode has been activated)
Oh and Quis, did you know that you could use the mouse on the Super GB for making broder designs and such?
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