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#1 ZeroOriginality
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Blade mode can be a pain, I'll give you that. I think it's years of playing FPS games. I'm used to looking around with the right stick while holding the L button. I think it's just as much of a pain  when you're learning to aim in a FPS.

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#2 ZeroOriginality
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I love the demo. I played through it several times on normal and learned new moves every time. I don't know why people are having such a hard time trying to parry. It's not difficult at all. And the wolf boss is a straight-up punk. He seemed to be running away from me, but couldn't get away until he leaped onto the roof lol. The game takes time to get used to, but once you figure out what to do, it's a breeze. It's too bad I couldn't play the demo on hard. I don't understand why they're adding a easy assist mode. Is it really that hard to parry?

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#3 ZeroOriginality
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*sigh* The systems of this generation. Love them, but the hardware is just unreliable. Sega's consoles weren't perfect, but at least they lasted. My 20 year old Genesis still works and so do my NES and SNES. PCs are good, too because most people can fix and upgrade themselves. I Haven't heard about any Wiis breaking down, but Sony and Microsoft have some explaining to do. RROD? YLOD? After only a few months or a few years. And as soon as the PS3 Slim gets released, the old fat ones start dying all of a sudden (mine just died). Sounds kinda fishy or am I being paranoid. I think Sony and Microsoft need someone to compete with other than the Wii or each other.

I really wish that Sega would come back to console making. They would make an actual console, not a cheap PC with a shiny new face plate. It would also force Sony and microsoft to make better hardware, so I don't have to pay Sony or Microsoft $100-200 to get it fixed everytime it stops working. Games are supposed to be fun. Sega knows that. Nintendo knows that. *$igh* I'm just venting here, no pun intended.

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#4 ZeroOriginality
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The add ons!! Sega tried so hard to make the genesis better than the Snes by creating add ons.

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#5 ZeroOriginality
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That's because Mario is a slow fat a$$. He's fun to play, but not as fun as Sonic. How many of them are there? I mean how many Sonic flash games are not fan created, but used to promote hardware.
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#6 ZeroOriginality
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Not sure if this was posted yet, but there is a Sonic flash game that can be played at http://www.segaretro.net/.
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#7 ZeroOriginality
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^Are any of the Street Fighter IIs for SNES worth picking up? I have so many versions of that game on more powerful systems.

I just got a copy of Mega Man X and Rockman & Forte(import) should be on it's way. If the import shows up and in good shape, I'll continue buying imports from the seller. I've been browsing through ebay and amazon and a lot of the games you guys have listed are frickin' expensive. I wasn't expecting Chrono Trigger to cost so much. I'll just buy it for the PS1. Mega man X2 I might get, but X3 is supposedly very rare and sellers are posting it for about $50 or more. I might buy Donkey Kong Country, Super Mario World and Yoshi's Island. I just found my manual for Super Mario World so I may get that next. I thought I traded it in with the game, but I guess not.

Also, Is it true that the SNES system is going up in price? Anyway, Thanks again all.

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#8 ZeroOriginality
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Thanks all. Thank you Abandon for that long list of games.
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#9 ZeroOriginality
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I wasn't really a big SNES fan as a kid. I preferred the Genesis, so I'm not as familiar with the games as some of you may be. All I have are Star Fox and Final Fight. I'm looking to get some good games. I've heard good things about Chrono Trigger. I liked Mega Man X, but never played the two sequels. Super Mario World 2 and Super Mario RPG look good. I would like to get a few imports, too. Any suggestions?
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#10 ZeroOriginality
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Getting kicked in the feet can be fatal and can make you dizzy.