Super Nintardbros!

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geotrig wrote:
September 17th, 2020, 3:16 pm
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https://www.iam8bit.com/collections/ori ... rs-edition

ooof 150
Looks like a plebs physical vers will be getting released also supposedly so now I'm happy
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Toki is 80% off. I’m very fond of the arcade game. It’s a nice relaxing patience test and Toki has such casual animation. Bitd I played it enough to memorise, beginning to end. Mainly because it was 10p per play.

The remake has quite nice art. I’ve never yet got round to buying it. Even at £2.68 I’m not sure I can move past what they’ve done to my cute and calm-natured little chimp.

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Same, have the odd memory of playing this bitd but have never been tempted to buy it in its rebooted form, probably for similar reasons although i do like the cover outside of the chimp
....but I've also noticed recently that historically I've also shyed away from sequels and reboots for the most part for some odd reason (maybe influenced early on by quick cash grab sequels bitd ,(resident evil re-make and mk being exceptions ) it took me years to adopt other versions of SF over SF WW :oops:
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Toki’s always been **** :shifty:
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Yeah but we were 10 and knew no better !!!

played some mario35 last night ...I kept dying :problem:
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Mario 35 is actually fun.
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yeah its different to tetris 99 as I'm not sure whats going on either :awe: All my deaths were just bad jumping habits by me mostly ,I've only played a handfull 6/7 games though just to see what it is like ,I don't feel the same impending doom of tetrominos being lobed over on me with it which is good so far .
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Oh yeah! That was the most fun looking thing in the direct. Shame it’s only temporary. Oh Nintendo :problem:
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Having bowsers and dozens of goombas showing up on 1-1 and using coins to buy random power ups while racing against time is something I could see people enjoying longer than half a year, yeah.
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..Can’t tell if serious.. :think:
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:whoopsie:

I am. It's fun.
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:whoopsie:
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LEGENOARYNINLIA wrote:
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Having bowsers and dozens of goombas showing up on 1-1 and using coins to buy random power ups while racing against time is something I could see people enjoying longer than half a year, yeah.
I'm surprising crap at it :lol: :awe: i've managed top3 twice and one of those I forgot about the clock :problem: ,probably played 20-30 ish games so far my biggest problem is mistiming jumps :oops:
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I have fond memories of seeing and playing Toki at some truck stop when I was a kid. Always thought it was so cool that this monkey was shooting (spitting) stuff and it was even crazier when you got the helmet power up.

Now 30 years later...eeeeeeeeeeh nah :shifty:
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Yeah, to be honest in all the years since, I’ve only ever fired it up on Mame, lost a life or two and then realised I can’t be arsed.

It was great when I had a 10p or two, **** all else to do, and didn’t want to walk home yet.
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Oh hell yes! Please don't have unreasonable lag like I've heard most switch shmups suffer from :ryu:
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Nice! Liked the PC version. 100% buy :awe:
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Gimme a physical and I'm all over that.
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October 15th, 2020, 12:44 pm
Oh hell yes! Please don't have unreasonable lag like I've heard most switch shmups suffer from :ryu:
May be more related to the JoyCon/bluetooth connection than the games themselves, I've not noticed anything untoward in various things when playing with cabled connections at least.
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Please have tate mode
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