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05-27-18 06:38:35 AM

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Posted on 02-09-18 11:09:22 AM Link | Quote
I agree with Action 52. If it's not the most fascinating multi-cart game with multiple unusual features, I don't know what is. Finding glitches and unusual behaviors the game has is quite interesting. Same with Home Alone 2 for any Nintendo system: all three games are quite bizarre and abstract in their own right.

Knight Rider for the NES is a game my brother had that I never got around to playing until a few years ago. It's a mediocre game, however, there are a lot of differences between levels in the Japanese and other versions that it's like a "find the difference" game.
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Posted on 02-09-18 11:14:05 AM Link | Quote
Phantasy Star III, the story is clunky and poorly done, the marriage mechanic is not really worth the massive tradeoffs, all the endings aren't related to the choices at all, all sorts of ambitious ideas that are done in flawed ways... but it continues to fascinate me, probably exactly due to all its failures.
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