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  1. I used to love Hypercircuit but haven't played it for a very long time. I haven't played either of the BC games for many years either but I recall them being a bit .. finicky. The second one especially. I was only vaguely aware of the tie-in back in the day but they still had massive appeal because of the awesome graphics. I used to quite enjoy them back then; I'll have to give them another go. Back in the day I liked these American releases coming over here after a bit of lag. It meant we got to play them and some were quality. Bruce Lee was Datasoft IIRC. Lode Runner
  2. Little Racers Street really didn't grab me back in the day for some reason, but I've been playing it tonight and it's REALLY good. I also played some Chiebura; a very strange Jp XBLIG shooter I'd completely forgotten about. Had no idea it got a Vita release: https://ricedigital.co.uk/doujin-classics-chiebura/ edit: remembered another good one - Tobe's Vertical Adventure. edit: how fucking great is One Finger Death Punch? Anyone know if the sequel is any good?
  3. I got my name into this game and I can't quite remember how.
  4. Weren't the Ultima games a big deal in Japan, essentially laying the foundations for JRPGs?
  5. IIRC, like Pac-Land, I think it's one of those arcade games with a refresh rate that's slightly below 60hz.
  6. Actually yes it must have been Wheelchair Soccer I had.
  7. Loved both International Soccer and International Basketball. I had a version of Basketball where the players were all in wheelchairs and for years I was convinced it was an official release which I thought was pretty cool. Of course it turned out to be a hacked version.
  8. Camel


    Which version? Are they all like this, anyone know?
  9. The original is such a great film. The two actors playing each other is just *chef's kiss*.
  10. Shamefully my Vita copy remains unopened and I've bought the PS4 version. Yeah I don't know.
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