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Retro City Rampage is the first 8-Bit/Retro game I have ever enjoyed

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3 years ago#1
Loving it so far. Anyone else feel the same?
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3 years ago#2
No, i enjoyed 8-bit/retro games before.
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3 years ago#3
Seems good, but there are so many wonderful 8-bit games that are far more balanced and better overall... so no.
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3 years ago#4
You've never played the original mario and megaman when you were little?
3 years ago#5
such as? I've only played this and Metal Gear. I tried MG on the MGS HD but I couldn't get into ir. I hate to say it but retro/8bit games usually don't catch my interest. Glad there was a demo for RCR
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3 years ago#6
giantqtipz posted...
You've never played the original mario and megaman when you were little?


oh, yes and I forgot about those. I didn't really like Mario but I did enjoy the 8bit megaman games I played. don't remember which it was.
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3 years ago#7
Some platformers still hold up well like Mario, Mega Man, Wonderboy: The Dragon's Trap etc. Other than that I agree that the 8-bit generation feels aged. 16-bits on the other hand, man oh man, there is a ton of games I still love.
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3 years ago#8
such as? I've only played this and Metal Gear.

Play Mega Man 2, Mega Man 3, Super Mario Bros. 2 (the American one - it's very unique), DuckTales, Super Mario Bros. 3, Batman Returns (Game Gear version only), Super C...

I'm trying to think of stuff that's good but not super hard in the classic NES mold. However, if you're game for super-hard titles, there's more...

Are you counting 16-bit games in here, too? Because... god... I could list those for a million years.
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3 years ago#9
GradyHoover posted...
such as? I've only played this and Metal Gear.

Play Mega Man 2, Mega Man 3, Super Mario Bros. 2 (the American one - it's very unique), DuckTales, Super Mario Bros. 3, Batman Returns (Game Gear version only), Super C...

I'm trying to think of stuff that's good but not super hard in the classic NES mold. However, if you're game for super-hard titles, there's more...

Are you counting 16-bit games in here, too? Because... god... I could list those for a million years.


nah, just 8bit, lol. anyway thanks for the list. i look into those when done with RCR
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3 years ago#10
OP is the biggest nub of all time.
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