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  1. Couldn’t find a dedicated thread for the first Castlevania on the NES/FC so here it is. I played through the NES version a few years back on an emulator with save states and a rewind option. I really enjoyed it, but still found it very hard towards the end (especially the boss fight with death and the corridor leading up to it). Yesterday, I fired up the Japanese version of Castlevania Anniversary Collection on Switch and was surprised to find an Easy Mode option! I took it gratefully and completed the game in one sitting. You take less damage, don’t get knocked back and retain pow
  2. Hi all. I've currently got a UK NES with an Everdrive type of cart for it. I can play 100's of awesome old NES games at a the press of a button. However, from watching programs like Game Center CX, I've always wanted a Famicom along with those quirky Famicom games. The cases, the colours, the indecipherable text all make me want to collect a few key Famicom titles. I've just bought an AV modded Famicom (arriving this week sometime) but would like to ask your opinions on what games I should buy for it. Not necessarily the best games (though they must be good fun still) but one that tick o
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