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The video is very well made. I had never even heard of this console before. I was hoping for something like the C64 tape drive or  crazy interactive VHS stuff like the Star Trek VHS game (which I have no idea how it works or what it's about, I've only seen it sitting on the shelve in the background of RedLetterMedia videos) so I was a bit disappointed it was just like any other 80s console. Considering that, the game doesn't look half bad. I know I've played worse on my C64.


Thanks for the kind words Kaioshin!  Yeah I never heard of this console either until I played Daihikyou.  I wont lie, the game was quite difficult to beat.  Thanks for leaving a reply!   

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Hello friends!

In the introduction section I posted that I do game reviews and I want to include peoples hacks and translations in my reviews as a token of gratitude for all the hard work you guys do.  I'm currently working on a new review for Dragon Ball: Shenron no Nazo or Dragon Power in the US.  Stay tuned for that.  But for not I want to share with you guys my review of Dragonball Dragon Daihikyou for the Super Cassette Vision (Ive been on a Dragonball kick lately)

Hopefully, this is allowed to do, as I checked the rules and it seems I'm OK.  If not, admins please let me know.
 
https://youtu.be/jDer2BOztzg

I hope you guys enjoy!

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Newcomer's Board / Re: Introduction Topic
« on: May 22, 2017, 02:10:22 pm »
Ive always been an admire of people putting in hard work and effort to translate games, rom hacking, or coding.  Whether its wanting to test your skills, wanting to see your favorite games translated, or seeing it as means to share with people all over the word due to not being imported, I want to say thank you to everyone who does this!  While I may never seem to wrap the ideas of binary or coding around my head, one of my many goals is to share with people the talents of people who put their time and effort into rom hacking.  Im an aspiring content creator who make videos based on gaming and anime.  Im trying to combine the two together, create a niche if your will.  The games I want to play, I want to showcase the hard work from all of you to the world!  But in the end this post is a big thank you!  You guys are awesome!

Power Keg Greg!

mod note: A great sentiment, but I moved this here as it's really the place for this kind of 'introduce yourself' post.

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