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    Quote Originally Posted by Rincewind
    Someone told me that Legend of Zelda - Ocarina of Time was really good. As it is a N64 game the graphics will be limited but it is available via Classic WiiWare for around $10. Any reviews?
    LOZ:OoT's AMAZING, especially for that price. In my opinion, the best game on Wiiware.
    If I get it connected onto the internet and buy a classic controller and a wii points card, it'll be the first Wii/ware virtual console game I'll buy on wii.
    Graphics for N64 games aren't that bad - they're better than the other games offered on Wiiware/virtual console that are 2D.
    Also, get MarioKart64 if you don't have Mario Kart Wii

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    As for the review..
    http://au.ign64.ign.com/articles/150/150437p1.html
    ^ look there

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    Runescape, anyone?



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    Quote Originally Posted by Boris
    Runescape, anyone?



    Well, I used to play it when I was in grade 5, up to lvl 64 (combat)... quit in grade 6 now I'm bored of it, cos its way too repetitive. So I only go on for special events (christmas, easter, halloween) now, or when I'm really bored, and only made it up to lvl 71, cos i barely play anymore. But I guess, it's an ok game if u sign up for membership...

    http://hiscore.runescape.com/hiscore...user1=jennyf20

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    greatest game ever ................ MOONSTONE on the amiga 1200

    WARNING - FEEL FREE TO MUTE THE MUSIC. its probably not everybodys cup of tea, although i find it amusing.

    the whole concept of walking around as a knight slaying everything in sight is inspired.



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    Quote Originally Posted by ace vancura
    greatest game ever ................ MOONSTONE on the amiga 1200

    WARNING - FEEL FREE TO MUTE THE MUSIC. its probably not everybodys cup of tea, although i find it amusing.

    the whole concept of walking around as a knight slaying everything in sight is inspired.



    rock n roll, people.
    What's is the amiga 1200?
    Is it a really really ancient console?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AzureBlue
    What's is the amiga 1200?
    More of a computer than a console. It was probably the last independent personal computer that wasn't an IBM clone or a Mac.
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    OMG! This brings back memories! How about the Commodore 64? I remember buying the games magazines for these things.

    Did anyone ever own an Amstrad?

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    Quote Originally Posted by arosar
    OMG! This brings back memories! How about the Commodore 64? I remember buying the games magazines for these things.

    Did anyone ever own an Amstrad?

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    Yeah sure did. Best thing on that was Paint, which ran off 4 5.25" FDDs IIRC.
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    Quote Originally Posted by arosar
    OMG! This brings back memories! How about the Commodore 64? I remember buying the games magazines for these things.

    Did anyone ever own an Amstrad?

    AR
    I am dating myself here, but I owned a Sinclair ZX81. The magnificent total of 64KB RAM if I recall correctly. One of the pioneer hand held computers. Very limited games!
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    Quote Originally Posted by arosar
    OMG! This brings back memories! How about the Commodore 64? I remember buying the games magazines for these things.

    Did anyone ever own an Amstrad?

    AR
    my best friend at school had the amstrad cpc464 with GREEN SCREEN monitor. i chose to buy the commodore 64 with tape drive at that point in time. we then bought amiga 500s together, then the mighty amiga 1200.

    i remeber he still professed that viewing everything on a green screen was preferable to hooking the computer up to the tv as i did with the commodore 64. (i dont think there was a modulator available for the amstrad to allow this anyway)

    his love for the green screen monitor still baffles me even now....

    i remember other kids at school having

    - vic20s
    - the spectrum
    -xt/at
    -atari1020st

    the amiga was truly a better machine than i.b.m. in its day. the operating system was terrific. the graphics and games were better. and it was neat the way the whole computer was concealed beneath the keyboard.
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    im pretty sure the Amiga CD32 was the first ever 32 bit CD based console. it disappeared essentially the same time as amiga filed for bankruptcy and the whole company went downhill from there..

    i never played on it, so i dont know how good it was.
    Last edited by Redmond Barry; 23-04-2009 at 05:57 AM.
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    Zatikon is pretty cool. The graphics aren't that great, but it's pretty fun and addicting once you start playing it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by puppetTears
    Zatikon is pretty cool. The graphics aren't that great, but it's pretty fun and addicting once you start playing it.
    Here's a link to the game if anyone wants to try it: http://www.zatikon.com/

    It's free too

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    another classic AMIGA game......

    ANOTHER WORLD -
    this game had a better written script than most movies have.



    plus.......
    VOLFIED (classic arcade game). a good way of donating 40c to the local fish n chip shop.
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