Yeah, you can usually find old games in places like used record stores and other mom and pop chains. Pawn shops are great places too. Game Crazy actually has old Genesis and SNES games, but the selection is usually limited to RBI Baseball.
Post by Rant Casey on May 21, 2008 19:09:20 GMT -5
So my friend and I stopped by some random market thing on our way home from Columbus on Sunday and we found this awesome stand that had a ton of Genesis games, we ended up buying a console, 2 controller and a stack of games including Streets of Rage, Street Fighter II, NHL 95 and 96, NBA Jam and 2 X-men games.
Now I just need to track down Comix Zone and I'll be a happy camper.
Post by Happy Pizza on May 26, 2008 15:57:48 GMT -5
"The above eleven-minute long video, set to a remixed hodge-podge of Anime songs (feel free to flaunt your knowledge of Anime theme music in the comments), is absolutely incredible. Not only do Mario's predetermined movements match up perfectly to the music, the sound effects are often pitch perfect to the background track. It's difficult to explain -- we suggest you watch it to fully comprehend, then spend the rest of the day wondering if all those Journey covers you made on Mario Paint are still as breathtaking as you once thought."
Buuuut anyway... AWESOME new store opened at the Mall with almost EVERYTHING in it.. Sega, NES, SNES, Atari, even Colleco Vision (Which is something I want, but they didn't has a console, only controllers for some reason..)
Bad thing is my Atari's dead, and my SNES and Genesis have gone missing.. I found my old Playstation... but that means eeh to me now...