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About Fryguy64

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    New Member
  • Birthday 03/06/83

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  • Location
    Hants, UK
  • Interests
    Games, cartooning, web design
  • Occupation
    Marketing Co-ordinator


  • Nintendo Systems Owned
    NES, SNES, N64, GC, GB, GBC, GBA, VB, DS... and probably more
  • Other Systems Owned
  • Favourite Game?
    Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island
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  1. N64 Must Buys (please)

    I'm just 2 games away from a full PAL N64 first-party-published collection (sadly the expensive Paper Mario suffered at the hands of Royal Mail and is now floating around in the wilderness). The best of them (that haven't been repeated a dozen times above) are: Pilotwings 64 - Took me a while to get into it, but it's a relaxing game to play at times... which is always nice. Tetrisphere - Only if you like puzzling. Once you understand what's going on this is a very addictive game. Star Wars Episode I Racer - Yes, it's based on Episode I... but it's also an extremely fast, tricky and awesome N64 racer. Almost gives F-Zero X a run for its money. Ridge Racer 64 - A very good racing game. Better than the DS version at any rate. Mario Tennis - Forget Mario Party... this is the multiplayer game of choice once SSB is done and dusted. Pokemon Puzzle Challenge - Hey, it's Tetris Attack. Even if you don't like Pokemon all that much, there's no excuse not to like Tetris Attack! And then all the usual Rare games... always a treat, even today. Banjo-Tooie, especially, is a behemoth that should keep even platforming masters busy for a LONG time.
  2. Your GameCube collections

    Nintendo published: Luigi's Mansion Wave Race: Blue Storm NBA Courtside 2002 Super Smash Bros. Melee Pikmin Doshin the Giant Eternal Darkness: Sanity's Requiem Super Mario Sunshine Starfox Adventures Mario Party 4 Metroid Prime The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker (+OoT/Master Quest) Wario World F-Zero GX The Legend of Zelda: Collector's Edition Mario Kart: Double Dash!! 1080: Avalanche Kirby Air Ride Final Fantasy: Crystal Chronicles Pokémon Box: Ruby & Sapphire Pokémon Colosseum Mario Party 5 Mario Golf: Toadstool Tour WarioWare, inc.: Mega Party Games Pikmin 2 Donkey Konga Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door Metroid Prime 2 The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords Adventures Donkey Kong: Jungle Beat Mario Power Tennis StarFox Assault Donkey Konga 2 Animal Crossing (Canadian Import) Non-Nintendo Published: Soul Calibur II Super Monkey Ball Sonic Mega Collection
  3. Well, taking the DS as an example, we've seen a lot of educational games and "utilities" released for it in Japan, while the US and Europe seem hesitant to release anything like that for it. I would probably buy them, because I find myself buying anything Nintendo puts on the market these days, but I don't see many other people following suit. But then Nintendogs is a virtual pet, which has already proven to be a genre popular worldwide, while Otona DS Training is educational software, and has a very scuppered career in the west. The Revolution may be able to help the DS and itself. We found out that it will be able to download and beam DS demos to your DS, so if they're not sure if something will sell, they can demo it and find out how popular it is. If they find some way of doing this with slightly off-the-wall Revolution games as well then we may be in for a treat. But we really don't know what kind of gaming Nintendo has up its sleevies for the Revolution yet.