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Good luck. I'm currently playing Batman: The Video Game on the NES.
dang that must be a challenge man ive heard its hard. Also do you own the Adventures of Batman and Robin for the SNES?
No. Being as big a fan I am of the DCAU I should, though. Do you?
no i don't even own an snes and never have had one :(. you can watch a let's play of it on youtube as well as a review here's the review you should go to youtube to watch the let's play since its broken up into parts.
@Handman You should GI put it on its top 10 comic book games. I guess I should look into it too...
One died in India. Three was tracked down in Brazil. I am the only one left. I am The Second Musketeer
Yeah, you should get an SNES, Gray Ghost. It's games are just timeless. I'll look into this game. Also, thanks for introducing me to this reviewer.
no problem man and god i know i need one so bad, ive played the big games through handhelds but i want that controller in my hands so badly there is no substitute for it.
Most of our modern day controllers basically use the same button layout as the SNES'. However, I see what you mean. Nothing is better than the authentic experience.
I'll go back as far as the SNES. I was born in the late 90s, so I'm not used to no saves, or only three lives to complete the game. It really hard for me to play any NES game.
well the wii's virtual console allows you to play all the great games from that era and you can save your progress by pressing the home button. also alot of the older games get repackaged for nintendo's handhelds and they have save as you go progress. i highly recommend you play Super Mario Bros 3 man. i went back and played it's a blast
I've played all the Marios from then, and I have Zelda and Metroid on the 3ds from the ambassador package. Mario 3 was really fun, pretty advanced for the NES, I'd say.
No BurgerTime or Pac-Man for you! So many classics, if you ever change your mind I recommend buying the redesigned NES Toploader and getting it modded to output composite video.
@ Musketeer: well then you got some of the classics under belt at least
@ handman: hell get a custom made nintoaster it's awesome
B-b-but it's not authentic!
dude it a toaster that play nes games my mind = BLOWN!!!!!