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Keyboard Koala

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  1. Lots more over here as well: >> https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUHBrcgUM0rFd6mnMuim16Q/videos
  2. Don't forget to use the new counter move, where you essentially give the disc a quick slap sending it instantly back to the opponent.
  3. To be fair, I don't really miss it that much. I have it on my MD mini (that also includes the Japanese version) , which is a pretty close experience to how it used to be.
  4. My one of a kind GBC that's been painted and signed by NYC artists Futura2000 & Stash. Won it for £70 at a charity auction believe it or not. Apart from that I don't have too many rare special items but shrink wrapped MIB copies of Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver (both pokéwalker editions), seem to fetch a tidy sum these days. I bought them on release and never got round to actually playing them. My Kirby Planet Robobot nendoroid and shrink wrapped ThreeA Metal Gear REX model as well. I sold Alien Soldier for £20 about 15 years ago though
  5. Lots of videos here: >> https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyLvVJdE400JVqtUYoREnhw/videos
  6. Finished it on my first go using Tygra Loris Biaggi on "easy", so it's definitely a matter of just getting the hang of it I reckon. Proper goofy arcade style endings are a very nice touch too. K. Koala 8 out of 10
  7. I caved in the end. CRT filter or not, I waited nearly 25 years for this sequel, and after playing the demo a few months ago, I realized it's too good not to get in from the start.
  8. I used to be such a big Rare fan ever since the N64 golden age. And then Grabbed By The Ghoulies came out.
  9. How to Play: Best characters for starting out are S. Miller, S. De Lys or L. Biaggi. Best pro characters are G. Scott, K. Wessel or M. Hurricane. S. Ho and J. Costa are also pretty good, but you'll want to stay clear of H. Mita and J. Raposa, unless you like a challenge.
  10. First reviews are up and it's pretty good apparently: Nintendo Life - 9 out of 10 IGN - 8 out of 10 NME - 8 out of 10 Siliconera - 8 out of 10 Eurogamer - Recommended No CRT filter means I'll wait for a sale though.
  11. Will it ever top the mighty PS2 though?
  12. It was a joke, gents. Who cares about those poorly emulated N64 games with a ridiculous price tag.
  13. I just want to know if they spruced up the graphics in the end, as the last trailer mentioned that the game footage shown, wasn't final. Probably not. Or maybe it looks even worse?
  14. Well, Microsoft may have acquired Activision-Blizzard, but Nintendo's already striking back:
  15. Wispy Woods being back as Tropic Woods it seems:
  16. Yeah he started as a placeholder character. And he became a legend.
  17. Don't think so. Can't find anything about a NEOGEO analogue controller, and Sega's effort (which at the time was perfect to play Nights, and racing games) came out a few weeks after the N64.
  18. It's all internal politics I suppose. Legends being a mainline game implies that it's been developed by Gamefreak alone, using their own engine. Snap being a sidestory game, and traditionally given to a third party developer using their own engine. I agree they should have used the UE based Snap engine instead. Would've made it one hell of a new game.
  19. Shux; I didn't follow up on that I went to my island to take stock of the art I all already have, and got called away and then forgot about it. Sorry dude. My kid did come over to sell his 'nips, but it was only a bunch of 50 he had received in HHP, so it made him a bit under b25.000. Would you still like the 10% trading fee for that?
  20. Their whole "pay a hefty extra fee for some poorly emulated N64 games" approach starts to smell of hubris Nintendo again. It kinda happens naturally I think when they've had some years of success (see also: the N64 launch price after the SNES' success; the 3DS launch price after the NDS' success; the WiiU after the Wii's success). It's the circle of life. And it moves us all through despair and hope.
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