I guess I'm starting a collection of counterfeits of game cartridges that never really existed.
So far, I've got "Radical Dreamers", "Chrono Trigger : Crimson Echos", "Energy Breaker", and "Clock Tower", all in English on working SNES cartridges.
They're well made, too. Besides the obvious, and the fact that they're brand new, you've really got to look closely to tell they're not genuine.
I'm a little disappointed, actually. I was expecting these to be more shoddy.
16bit Star Trek games thoughts :
Mazes. WHY ARE THERE SO MANY MAZES?!? Not interesting ones, either. Boring, tedious ones.
I couldn't get past the first few levels of the SNES DS9 game. After about five levels of timed platforming mazes, I just couldn't take any more. So tedious.
The Genesis/MD TNG game is better. At least it has Ferengi. But away missions are still MAZES! WHY?!?
I'm sure this game never came out in English, or on its own cartridge for that matter, but here it is!
Amazing what you can get from China these days. https://octodon.social/media/MfMeY0xtWYiDXCYw2X8
This article is not as long as I was expecting.
Oh no. @Lazy8Studios is shutting down "Extrasolar". This is a real tragedy.
If you've never played this sci-fi game about piloting a NASA-style rover on an alien world, try it right now.
You've got less than a month before it disappears for good.
A while back I made a joke that cats needed to get beyond iPad games and upgrade to console games.
Silly me, cat gamers have already gone more hardcore than I expected.
Turns out there is a modern cartridge for old NES systems, specifically designed to be played by cats.
I'm sad that it's sold out.
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