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    Aaahhhh the days when games like Contra and Megaman took the world by storm and gave NES a household name. Metroid especially. Back when games had to have great gameplay to make money unlike many of todays games that rely on realtime graphics that I feel are often OVERDONE.

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    I do agree most of the time the newer graphics in games are totally overdone. Sure, visuals play a great role in keeping a game interesting, but it doesn't need to be over the top.

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    Quote Originally Posted by multiplayerx View Post
    Aaahhhh the days when games like Contra and Megaman took the world by storm and gave NES a household name. Metroid especially. Back when games had to have great gameplay to make money unlike many of todays games that rely on realtime graphics that I feel are often OVERDONE.

    I remember playing Mega Man X for several days, there were good times.

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    Rockman Collection Special Box (Japan only) – PlayStation 2, 2003 – A collection of the six Rockman Complete Works games and Rockman X7.

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