Got rare SNES games

Four of the Rarest SNES games and great scores on GameFAQs. Proud to own these. is better than Secret of Mana. Terranigma is better than Soul Blazer prequel. Terranigma got a 10/10 on some game sites like Nintendolife.com. Tales of Phantasia is great 8.0 out of 10. All in English.

http://www.nintendolife.com/reviews/2010/03/seiken_densetsu_3_retro

http://www.nintendolife.com/reviews/2009/04/terranigma_retro

http://www.gamefaqs.com/snes/588808-treasure-hunter-g/reviews

http://www.gamefaqs.com/snes/588771-tales-of-phantasia/reviews

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Bought Ibara: Sequel to Battle Garegga

I bought the most expensive Playstation 2 SHMUP available, Ibara. It got a nice score of 9.5 and I can play it in my Modchipped PS2. It was $150 and no region free Xbox 360 port! Shame on Cave for not making this beautiful game region free for 360 like others.

Cult developer Raizing could only lament the end of an era in the year 2000, when the team was folded into sister company 8ing and ceased producing its own games. Some time down the line, though, former rival Cave decided to bring Raizing bigwig Shinobu Yagawa on board for a new shooter, and Ibara (rose, thorn, or briar) was the result of this once-unlikely partnership. As might be expected, in many ways this isnt really a Cave game; its best-described as a spiritual sequel to Raizings iconic Battle Garegga. Once again the main keys to scoring (and, by extension, survival) are expending your bombs (which you must build by collecting shards) on specific score-rich targets, dismantling (and greatly angering) the bosses, and weaving through enemy fire to snatch falling medals. The games rank level, which bumps up the challenge, tends to increase quickly, and the only way to knock it back down a peg is to die, so youd better keep racking up those points (and resulting extra lives) if you want to last very long. What videogames should i buy, taking suggestions.

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Bought Radiant Silvergun / Battle Garegga for Saturn

I had these off Megaupload (defunct) and they are very well designed Shumps for Sega Saturn, except I play them in the modded Sega Saturn. Sega Saturn has mod chip. These are expensive games, 130 dollars USD. Working Designs was supposed to publish Radiant Silvergun in United States in November 1998. They hadn't. Silhouette Mirage was published by Working Designs in 1998 which was a mistake. Working Designs could of even published Radiant Silvergun in US instead of stupid Magic Knight Rayearth!

Capcom was supposed to publish Battle Garegga for Sega Saturn in 1997. Capcom published 1944 instead. Battle Garegga is a better videogame than Radiant Silvergun, yet this is unknown. This is due to Gunstar Heroes on Sega Genesis, Ikarga on Nintendo Gamecube. Battle Garegga is supposed to be the best space shoot em up for 32-bit consoles.

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Espgaluda, Mushihimesama, Space Megaforce, UN Squadron

I heard of these six years ago when Radiant Silvergun was still mentioned in Wisconsin. That was 4 years before the Xbox Live version came out. So I got the fourth and fifth best SHMUPs Mushihimesama and Espgaluda. I think it has something to do with CAVE. The sequels were region free on Xbox 360. I had Mushihimesama and Espgaluda on DVDR since 2009 and played them on a modchipped Playstation 2 since 2009.

I have no idea why Ikaruga was published by Atari, but Mushihimesama or Espgaluda never had American publisher like Atari. Beats me.

ESPGaluda has a basic shot for use when tapping the fire button, and a beam shot that slows your movement speed down, but does more damage when the fire button is depressed. Your hit box is small, which allows you to weave in and out of narrow holes in bullet patterns something that really makes a tough battle even more intense and rewarding. However, in addition to the typical Cave features is a special ability: the ability to slow down bullets with your ESP powers. When in normal mode, you collect gems for killing enemies. These gems are then used up when you switch to the slower bullet mode. While in this mode, any enemy killed will have its bullets turned into points (a way to really boost score) and you will automatically use a bomb if hit. However, if you let your gem supply run out in this mode, the bullets will turn a darker shade of pink, and the speed will be increased beyond that of the normal game.

I also found Space Megaforce, and UN Squadron and bought both for Super NES today. Space Megaforce was $35 and UN Squadron was $7. Space Megaforce is the top SNES game somewhere.

The British Rising Star Games is supposed to publish region free Mushihimesama HD 1.5 next year for xbox 360 slicing $20 off the price and ITS REGION FREE. No modchip PS2 required!

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My Best 155 videogames ever created list

1. Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time

2. Super Mario 64

3. Tetris

4. Final Fantasy VII

5. Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past

6. GoldenEye 007

7. Super Mario Bros.

8. Half-Life 2

9. DOOM

10. Super Mario World

11. Super Mario Bros. 3

12. Resident Evil 4

13. Super Metroid

14. Chrono Trigger

15. Metal Gear Solid

16. Street Fighter II

17. Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare

18. Final Fantasy III (VI)

19. Grand Theft Auto IV

20. Legend of Zelda

21. Half-Life

22. Super Mario Kart

23. Sid Meier's Civilization

24. Super Mario Galaxy

25. Civilization II

26. SoulCalibur

27. Elite

28. Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots

29. Portal

30. Grand Theft Auto III

31. Fallout 3

32. Halo: Combat Evolved

33. Quake

34. Halo 3

35. Mass Effect 2

36. StarCraft

37. Super Mario Galaxy 2

38. Uncharted 2: Among Theives

39. Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas

40. Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker

41. Ultima IV: Quest of the Avatar

42. World of Warcraft

43. Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater

44. Batman: Arkham City

45. Castlevania: Symphony of the Night

46. Final Fantasy X

47. Quake II

48. Street Fighter II (Turbo)

49. Civilization IV

50. Deus Ex

51. Diablo

52. Out of This World

53. Pac-Man

54. Sonic the Hedgehog

55. The Sims 2

56. Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell

57. BioShock

58. Cave Story

59. Grand Theft Auto

60. Halo 2

61. Mega Man 2

62. Metroid

63. Space Invaders

64. Super Smash Bros. Melee

65. The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

66. Warcraft II

67. Dragon Warrior III

68. Final Fantasy II (IV)

69. Gears of War

70. Katamari Damacy

71. Little Big Planet

72. M.U.L.E.

73. Manic Miner

74. Myst

75. Pirates!

76. Pokémon

77. Portal 2

78. Red Dead Redemption

79. Resident Evil

80. Super Bomberman 2

81. Team Fortress 2

82. Virtua Fighter 2

83. Call of Duty 2

84. Dragon Warrior VIII

85. King's Quest IV: The Perils of Rosella

86. Mario Kart 64

87. Mario Kart Wii

88. Mother 3

89. Pro Evolution Soccer 4

90. Red Baron

91. Sim City

92. Street Fighter IV

93. The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind

94. Tony Hawk Pro Skater 2

95. Virtua Racing

96. Dragon Age: Orgins

97. Dune II: The Building of a Dynasty

98. Final Fantasy XII

99. Gran Turismo 2

100. Guitar Hero

101. Machi

102. Madden NFL 2003

103. Pac-Man: Championship Edition

104. Tecmo Bowl

105. Dragon Warrior

106. Final Fantasy III (Japan)

107. God of War

108. Mass Effect

109. Metroid Prime

110. Monkey Island 2

111. Resident Evil 2

112. Rome: Total War

113. R-Type

114. Star Wars: TIE Fighter

115. Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island

116. Tekken 3

117. Gran Turismo 4

118. Jet Set Willy

119. Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask

120. Shadow of the Colossus

121. Street Fighter III: Third Strike

122. System Shock 2

123. Tactics Ogre

124. The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion

125. The Sims

126. Wing Commander

127. ArmA II

128. Contra III: The Alien Wars

129. Empire

130. Grand Turismo

131. Lemmings

132. Ms. Pac-Man

133. Sensible Software Soccer

134. Ultima Underworld: The Stygian Abyss

135. X-COM: UFO Defense

136. Battlefield 2

137. Double Dragon

138. Dragon Warrior VII

139. Falcon 3.0

140. Ico

141. Resident Evil: Code Veronica

142. Super Smash Bros. Brawl

143. Wasteland

144. Baldur's Gate

145. Burnout 3: Takedown

146. Commando

147. EarthBound

148. Pong

149. Punch-Out!!

150. Saturn Bomberman

151. Shenmue II

152. StarCraft II

153. The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening

154. The Secret of Monkey Island

155. Turrican 2

BTW. comment on my game collection (right click)

http://archive.org/download/DarthlefeinsGameCollection/May2012_4.mp4

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Wii U controller revision

think the latest Wii U revision where they have two analogue sticks near the top, is an improvement. Nintendo should copy dual shock and have the analogue sticks near the bottom.

Didn't Nintendo take any hints from Sega Dreamcast and Xbox's controller S doesn't work. The controller is not that well designed with analogue sticks near the top. They should be smarter than this unless THEY WANT Wii U to fail.

Dual Shock 2/3 is one hell of a controller, the best ever made. Nintendo is being STUPID!

There is 1000s of people on GiantBomb, you think that users would come up with similar ideas.

Your idea that the fisher price Gamecube controller didn't make the gamecube fail, it was just OUTSPENT by PS2. I remember people complianing about the fisher price controller and no DVD-ROM to play movies. The Panasonic Q was only released in Japan. The Dreamcast failed because of the 200 MHz Hiatchi Super4 CPU and 16 MB of RAM and no DVD-ROM. Dreamcast look N64ish so it wasn't the controller ??? I think it was the CPU, GD-ROM and Dreamcast controller made Dreamcast lackluster. The Dreamcast controller looked kind of like Fisher Price. The xbox controller was designed by Peter Moore, who was hired by Microsoft Game division from Sega Dreamcast divsion proving Xbox is pretty much a 'Dreamcast 2'.

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E3 2012: Wii U impressions

My favorite game for E3 2012 was Halo 4 with the FMV video kind of like Command and Conquerer 3! The graphics looked really good.

Nintendo needs a Dual Shock 2/3 for wii U than it's fine. I agree the games being dumb. Wii U needed a Mario Kart 8, Super Mario Galaxy 3, Legend of Zelda U, Super Smash Bros U and a Final Fantasy X HD. I tend to think that New Super Mario BRos U is old-school. I liked Space World 2001 a lot better, because it had Mario Kart Double Dash, Super Smash Bros. Melee, Super Mario Sunshine, Wave Race Blue Storm, and Metroid Prime in it. For my birthday in 2001, Nintendo had a Mall of America tour that I went too with all those games playable plus Legend of Zelda The Wind Waker. I don't remember the Nintendo 64 launch. I barely remember the Dreamcast launch on 9/9/99 at Toys R Us.

Nintendo better make all games compatible with Wii's classic controller since that controller is a lot better than Wii's nunchuck and wand.

I never cared for New Super Mario Bros. Wii or Pikmon, but I like Assassians Creed and Batman Akham City.

Playstation 3 and XBox 360 and Wii all feel more epic than Wii U and in that order.

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