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25 Oct 2013, 3:29 pm

I like Ice Climber and Super Mario Bros. 1. I really like The Legend of Zelda, too.

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25 Oct 2013, 10:25 pm

Not only my favorite NES games, but two of my favorite games of all time are SMB3 and The Legend of Zelda.



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did they ever release any other games for the zapper apart from duck hunt? I don't think so.


...are you being sarcastic?


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25 Oct 2013, 10:33 pm

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Hogan's alley.
Don't forget "Wild Gunman".


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07 Nov 2013, 12:56 pm

Personally, the NES is still my fave gaming system, so all of them. :D Is that an option? XD


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07 Nov 2013, 2:01 pm

By far, the ones I've played the most over the years are the first three "Super Mario" games, and all six "Mega Man" titles. Throw in the first two "Zelda" entries, and that's my childhood in a nutshell.


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08 Nov 2013, 5:56 pm

SabbraCadabra wrote:
Not only my favorite NES games, but two of my favorite games of all time are SMB3 and The Legend of Zelda.



thomas81 wrote:
did they ever release any other games for the zapper apart from duck hunt? I don't think so.


...are you being sarcastic?


ok, let me rephrase that.

Were any zapper games apart from duck hunt released in Europe?

I don't recall any.


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08 Nov 2013, 8:21 pm

Some of my most memorable NES experiences were derived from the following:

Ninja Gaiden 1-3
Legacy of the Wizard
Metal Gear
Castlevania 1-3
Maniac Mansion
Contra
Lifeforce
Wizards and Warriors 3 - Kuros: Visions of Power
Jaws
Xenophobe
The Goonies 2
Battle Toads
Zelda 1 & 2
Bubble Bobble
Dragon Warrior
Paperboy
Robocop
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2 & 3
Mega Man 1-6
River City Ransom
Metroid
Super Mario Bros. 2
T&C Surf Design
Double Dragon 1-3
Kirby’s Adventure
Hudson’s Adventure Island 1-3
Crystalis
Whomp’Em
Tetris
Little Ninja Brothers
Dr. Mario
Blaster Master
Demon Sword
Godzilla
Dynowarz - Destruction of Spondylus
Wolverine
Pac-Man
The Punisher
Simpsons - Bart vs the Space Mutants
The Battle of Olympus
Skate or Die 1 & 2
Super Dodge Ball
The Untouchables
Dragon Spirit - The New Legend



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09 Nov 2013, 12:26 am

thomas81 wrote:
Were any zapper games apart from duck hunt released in Europe?

I don't recall any.

For the second time: Hogan's Alley.
It was available here in Norway. I still have both Duck hunt and Hogan's alley in my collection.

IDK if "Wild Gunman" that Moviefan2k4 mentioned before was ever released here. I can't recall seeing it.

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09 Nov 2013, 1:19 am

thomas81 wrote:
ok, let me rephrase that.

Were any zapper games apart from duck hunt released in Europe?


Oh, okay. I wouldn't know =) There were quite a few Zapper games in the US, I think some of them were even unlicensed (does Chiller support it?).


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09 Nov 2013, 10:51 am

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To ollie onto the police car was a great deal of fun. An early display of contempt for authority. :twisted:

Skate or die had a great deal of substance and it played well for an early skateboarding game.



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09 Nov 2013, 7:51 pm

Ninja Gaiden

It also had one of the best soundtracks


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09 Nov 2013, 9:02 pm

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It also had one of the best soundtracks


Yup. It's a game series that should be immortalized as one of the best. It will always be one of my all time favorites, that's for sure. I listen to the soundtracks from 1-3 every so often. Still awesome. Always will be.



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10 Nov 2013, 9:52 am

Here in the UK NES games (and the console itself) were harder to come by because for some reason Nintendo lost the rights to sell the cartridges in main street game retailers. Sega ended up with shelf domination. Nintendo ended up having to sell their consoles and cartridges in obscure places like Argos and Boots the Chemist.


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05 Jan 2014, 10:41 am

Super Mario Bros. 3
Kirby's Adventure
Metroid



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11 Jan 2014, 4:25 am

I loved games I could play co op with my brother.
I was 4 when we got the Nes in 1992.

Chip and Dale :D
Bubble Bobble
Mario Bros 3.

These are some of my favourites from the era.