Well basically, the writer is saying his console of the year is nostalgia.
Must've been a shit year.
ps: lol ign
Last edited by Dr Shroom; 12-27-2013 at 07:29 AM.
The last think the X needs is some free advertising.
IGN had hands on time with the AI CMVS in early 2012. Which they seem to have forgotten about now.
RGB 4 THE PEOPLE!
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The best 8 and 16 bit system, ever:
Seriously, that guy is full of shit. I'm not saying that the "average gamer" must have heard of SNK and specifically MOTW, but if you were into now classic fighting games as a kid (he mentions a SF II cab) and grew up to an aficionado of the genre, how is there a way around them?Originally Posted by Andy Corrigan
i laughed pretty damn hard when i saw the article... can't bring myself to read it to be honest
Skimmed over the article...
"Neo-Geo X has given me something that neither of these consoles ever could: closure."
Since this sub-forum is just a joke I don't mind at all that old ass topics get bumped. The article wasn't even worth reading because of how ridiculous it was but I loved the comments. From basically the first comment posted this forum gets mentioned and how "negative" we are. Gotta love the free advertising that sega-16 and neogaf guys provide.
Where is Tommo? Is it finally dead?
My happy meal box is empty...
NG.com hates the NGX because it threatens the value of our AES and MVS systems?
Did they pluck that conclusion out of the sky?
There are ZERO AES games on the NGX, which is all about emulations.
If anything, NGX actually drove the prices of mvs market up by spreading awareness to a number of titles. Magician Lord, for example, doesn't appear in any multicart. In the price guide it was listed to be $10 -30 in value. Good luck finding one at that price these days...
Yeah I was here because of the Neo Geo X, but thanks to Luke's videos, I skipped it, but I was jealous because at the time I was broke and really wanted a Neo Geo. This was of course, before I learned the cost of an AES copy of Metal Slug, or the cost of getting into MVS when the Analogue Interactive was making headlines.
A year later and here I am, with an AES and an MVS. For years I was just emulating but boy does it feel good to have the real thing! Still though, I've got a ways to go, and a ton of games to collect for!
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