Never had an N64, so this was my first time playing Mario 64 in depth. I can see why it was so ground-breaking.
Pretty fun while it lasted. Which wasn't that long.
Kind of fun, but not really my flavour of puzzle game to be honest.
That's more like it. This is one of the best falling-block puzzle games I have ever played. Super-underrated.
I kind of burned out on Advance Wars by this point which is sad. I should probably have another go at it.
Pretty good, all things considered.
Wow, an actual 2D sonic game. Also, the music is AWESOME.
Yeah, I ran out of patience on this one too. They should probably have put some kind of simple ELIZA program in there so people could actually respond to your letters with something better than "Thanks for writing me, don't know what you were talking about, but here's a purple chair."
An honest-to-god point-and-click game, with a beautifully weird sense of humour.
Less exciting than the first, but still, more Ace Attorney.
Wearing a little thin, and the translation is kind of ropey, but it scratches the itch.
Not all that great. Kind of disappointed.
I managed to hit 20 once, back when I was 21. That was exciting.
I cannot work this. Oh the hand-cramp! Oh the not-being-able-to-make-out-what-those-things-actually-are-on-the-tiny-screen!
It's 2D mario all over again. Same great level design and Mario-physics we all love. Not the hardest game in the world, but a joy to play.
Crazy experiment. Not really a game.
I never finished it, because it is crushingly old-school. New look, old problems.
As with FF III, stopped due to a horrible boss difficulty spike. Still, really well made.
I wish more rhythm action games were weird like this, like they used to be.
My reflexes are too slow.
I got Pearl, because I vowed to always buy the "red" version. Interestingly enough it seems the red ones were more popular until this generation. Gave up well before the end. Too many pokemon to catch them all, too many trainers to fight, waning interest - not to mention the EXACT problem I had with the last two generations, my Diamond partner ended up giving up after about a week so I had not much chance for trading.
Not what I expected at all, really weird.
I like the gameplay style, but I got lost in a haze of quests I couldn't beat.
Got on import, before it came out in Europe.
Bought primarily to qualify for the Zelda Collector's Edition promo. Quite a good game in its own right.
Bought an import copy because nobody had a UK version for some reason.
Almost forgot. Not really a game though, so you know.
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