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I'm guessing they let anything be released on that system.
5) Bubble Man, Air Man, Quick Man, Heat Man, Wood Man, Metal Man, Flash Man, Crash Man... which one of those guys do they think has a drill arm?!It's like they didn't even consider playing the game...
Super Break-Out... were the shit.
Random fact...based on the original Breakout, a game made by Steve Wozniak aided by Steve Jobs (yes, that Steve Jobs). Super Breakout was designed by Asteroids programmer Ed Logg.
Is it just me or does MegaMan's hand (the one with the gun) look like it's on backwards?
Interview with the illustrator, Marc Erickson, in which he explains the pistol.There's nothing wrong with that hand as far as I can tell. It appears as if y'all are not seeing the dividing line between the ball of the thumb and the fingers. High resolution image, in which it's clearly visible.I love Erickson's art, and as a kid, I always thought that Light was captured by Crashman, pointing out that Megaman was there to ruin their day.Illustrator's website.
Street Fighter 2010 and M.C Kids both for the NES. People skip mc kids because they think it will be a terrible game while it's actually very good. And they stop playing street fighter 2010 because it doesn't look like street fighter but it's also a very good game. Capcom should have kept it like in japan and not associate the game with the street fighter franchise.
It sounds like Street Fighter wasn't very popular until Street Fighter II came along (a year after SF2010) anyways, so I'm not sure how much of an effect that had.
Street Fighter 2010 and M.C Kids both for the NES.
The AVGN covered SF2010. It seems like a truly terrible game. (And yes, it has strict time limits.)
Sure I'm not the only one who can say they repeatedly struggled to finish even the first screen of the game. That mini-boss is way too tough for a first opponent. Bad difficulty balance there, Capcom.
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