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Sega! NHL 92 was the best game ever! Habs v Flames...so good! I can't believe they took out fighting?
Anyways here's more proof
"It's not so much me, it's Roenick, he's good!" Super fan #99!"
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Trent (Vince Vaughn) and Sue (Patrick Van Horn) play videogame hockey as Mike (Jon Favreau) waits his turn.
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Cast: Jon Favreau, Vince Vaughn, Patrick Van Horn
Director: Doug Liman
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Film Description: A knowing examination of the psyche of the modern American male, Doug Liman's debut comedy Swingers stars screenwriter Jon Favreau as the sensitive Mike, a struggling actor and stand-up comic looking for romance in the wake of the dissolution of a six-year relationship. Against his better judgment, he hits the town with his pal Trent (Vince Vaughn, in a star-making performance), a retro-hip smooth-talker who calls women "babies" and feels compelled to illustrate to Mike the error of his gentlemanly ways. First in Las Vegas and later in a series of hip L.A. nightspots, the duo and their other pals, including a guy named Sue (Patrick Van Horn), prowl for women, looking for kicks and cheap thrills. The difference is that while Trent wants sex, Mike wants love and romance. Only when he learns to simply be himself does he find what he's looking for.
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NBA JAM on the Genesis. Lock it.
Hard to judge this.
I only had an SNES as a kid, but really enjoyed the Sonic games when I got a chance to play them. Now, I still have the SNES but play most of those games through an emulator due to convenience. I also have tons of Genesis games I play the same way.
As far as tech, the SNES wins hands down. The controller is better, the hardware is (slightly) more powerful, and it had fewer gimmicky addons. The SNES also had more memorable games IMHO.
The Genesis had an absolutely and ridiculously huge game library, but many of them were smaller no-name developers. There were tons of great games to be had, but also lots of duds (more than the SNES, again... IMHO). Vectorman, Sonic, all those side scrolling shoot'em ups, Shining Force, and others were all great but they just don't seem to have the staying power I guess.
I agree with the other poster that mentioned Sega's problem was always trying to do too much at the same time. The Saturn was half-assed and barely challenged the PS1/N64 despite the (theoretically) more powerful hardware because they were still focusing on the Genesis at the same time and didn't make the Saturn developer friendly. They really had a great console in the Dreamcast but it was overshadowed by he PS2, which may not have killed it if the Xbox wasn't on the horizon as well. Lots of gamers thought "Well the Saturn wasn't all that great and Sony's PS2 will have better games, or the XBOX will have better tech." So now Sega tries to be a third party game developer and is failing pretty badly at it.
This post was edited by groverj3 15 months ago
"Only two things are infinite, the universe and human stupidity. I'm not too sure about the former." - Albert Einstein
I still rock my Genesis every now and then. I wish I still had my N64 though.
They were pretty much the same price weren't they?
Says the guy with 12,000+ posts
Location: Mumbai, India
I only had a genesis. But I could play sonic for hours
Anyone remember this game?
Bones Jackson was unstoppable!!
Thats NHL 94 in the movie Swingers, not 92. '94 is considered one of the great sports video games of all time.
I was into sports games mostly, so it was all Genesis for me. Did have quite a few games that weren't sports that were great too. Can't say I didn't love playing the SNES at my friends' houses though. I think I would have gotten tired of them more if I had owned them though.
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I know they had fighting in 92.
NHL 97 No Line Changes
St' Louis Blues
Keeping the sunshiners in check since 2000.
Mario Kart was amazing on SNES. But wasn't NHL '94 on sega?
Nintendo has always been very fickle about allowing developers to make their games. During SNES time they only allowed a developer to create 5 games a year, and all had to be approved by Nintendo. Moreover, the cost of producing a game for nintendo (royalities are cartridge cost) was much higher. Sega merely charged $10 a game sold for licensing.
SNES. Mario World, Yoshis Island, MegaMan 7, X, X2, X3, Donkey Kong 1, 2, 3, Legend of Zelda, TMNT IV: Turtles in Time, Super Metroid, CastleVania IV. I could go on and on.
I had Genesis (and still have it). I loved Battletoads/Double Dragon and NBA Jam.
What is that, a Titleist? A hole in one...
only one had zelda "a link to the past". Its the best game in the series, and its my fav video game series of all time.
Genesis was a great system as well. NHL 94 and Battle Toads were worth the price of admission.
This post was edited by MSUDancinBear 15 months ago
Your average UofM fan and I have something in common, neither of us went to UofM. Though we do share One major difference, I got Accepted.
I agree. A Link To The Past was better than any other Zelda game, ever, period.
I understand that a ton of people feel this way... and in no way was PD a bad game, it was great but I'm sorry given that Golden Eye had the movie tie in and did an AMAZING job with it... will always give it the edge.
Perhaps the Single player of Goldeneye was better, but the Multiplayer on PD was groundbreaking.
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