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This week we take a look at an old Nintendo 64 title you may not have taken the time to check out during the system's glory days. This gem by Treasure has players assume the role of a robotic maid-thing that hurts enemies by shaking the crap out of them. It's inventive, cute, and an overall good time. Stick around for a brand new segment during the second half of Replay.
Andrew Reiner, Joe Juba, Kyle Hilliard, and myself will be your guides for this week's Replay. Be sure to check out the twisted, intense fun of our very backwards new Replay Roulette segment, You're Doing it Wrong.
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That second segment was amazing. I need more of that.
Oh man, the new segment was awesome!
You're Doing It Wrong was cool.
one of my favorite n64 game. it was fun, cool, well designed and made by tresure, guys....tresure, you know, the makers of ikaruga and many other awesome games back in the genesis, snes, ps1, saturn era
My favorite N64 game when I was a child. I lost it when I got to Jr High so I been hoping for a VC release.
Retrospect! This game was the utter sh!t back then, and I still love it to this day. I used to tell people this was an awesome game, and most didn't even know it existed.
That was awesome. Really enjoyed You're Doing It Wrong.
I really enjoyed Yuki Yuki Trouble Makers, but it wasn't without its faults. I think my biggest complaint is that the game is very short, and if you haven't collected all of the gold gems, you cant see the full ending, and that pissed me off. All in all, I really enjoyed the mechanics of the game, the colors, and the style.
I always do it wrong. That's how I play.
Absolutely love the second half! Completely goes against what games have taught us to do!
Finally a game that I know
I played the import of this. I had no idea what was going on or what was being said but I did manage to beat the game. The track and field bits were exceptionally exceptionally bizarre.
Digged the second segment! :)
Mischief Makers was an awesome game back when I was a kid. I remember that the boss battles were pretty crazy and the later levels got pretty hard. I think that you could replay levels after you beat them so there was always an incentive to go back and get a better score/time. I really liked this game a lot because it was a good change of pace from Mario 64 and the like.
I totally had this game
haha mischief makers suckeddd. joes right it was like a random pointless bad dream. new segment was fun though.