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Posted on Jun 4th 2017 at 05:44:38 AM by (tigerhandheld1989)
Posted under fundraiser gofundme help repairs

Ok guys I have not done a post in a long while, but this place has such a great community I feel like I can lean on you all for support. More than a month ago my wife and I were driving home from a normal weekend out when all the sudden we heard a metal clank noise and the the van was smoking and leaking oil. She pulled over on the side of the highway and waited for my dad to drop off my moms suv so we could get home with my newly acquired Sega CD model 2 and some games. Eventually we got it towed  home and it's been sitting in the driveway ever since. We believe a rod was thrown, but we aren't sure. This van is essential to my independence because I have a disability called Cerebral Palsy which limits the use of my legs, so I am in an electric wheelchair.

Anyway this van is modified so I can take that chair with us when we go out. As of now my wife pushes me around in a manual wheelchair, which is not ideal for either of us. The gofundme was started by a very close family friend of mine, the goal is $5,000 because we are gonna get the whole entire van looked at (new engine things like that). As of writing this we've raised $1,820 so far, I could really use everyone's helping spreading the word or doing a small $5 donation that would really help us out. Our goal is to have this taken care of by August because my wife and I have been taking a trip up to Columbus Ohio for the past few years for an anime convention. Without the van and my electric chair this trip will be alot harder on us. Thank you all for reading and I appreciate any help given.

https://www.gofundme.com/...ir-van-4-the-breitenbachs



Posted on Jul 8th 2013 at 08:35:40 PM by (tigerhandheld1989)
Posted under retro gaming nes snes genesis party system nintendo, retro gaming, nes, snes, genesis 3rd party system, nintendo

OK I rarely do blogs on here probably cause I'm the laziest person ever... lol, but anyway lets get on with the buy and not buy in the retro-gaming universe. OK first off I'll make a list of all the third-party systems I own then I will list the pros and cons of each system and which ones are worth picking up IF you don't have an original system or want an easy portable version of that system. OK here we go:

PocketFami (Aka Pocket Famicom) (I still have this but it broke years ago.)


FC Mobile II


FC16 GO


FC Twin (NES & SNES combo System)


Supaboy

Revision 1:


Revision 2:


RetroGen Adapter (not really a system its used on the SNES system or any third-party system)


OK now the rundown of each systems pros and cons:

PocketFami (Manufactured by GameTech):

Pros:

Very Lightweight
Very Portable/Small
Runs on 3 AA Batteries or a DC POWER ADAPTER ONLY! (Not included)
Has external controller ports (USES FAMICOM CONTROLLERS ONLY!)

Cons:

DC Adapter not included
Very cheaply made (pin connecter broke on me the first month i had it)
needed an adapter to play US games (Included, but it was an exposed adapter with no plastic shell and also very hard to put into the pin connection which is what caused mine to break)
Very expensive (mine was around 80 bucks and now they are OOP and go for like $120-150
Sound Quality is very poor and off pitch
Bad compatibility

Overall I'd say definitely pass on this monstrosity.

FC Mobile II (Manufactured by Hyperkin):

Pros:

Very lightweight/sleek design
Very nice bright LCD display screen/Good TV picture quality, but only get mono sound of course on both system and on the TV
Very good sound/speaker quality
Can use 4 AA batteries or use the provided AC adapter to play
Includes 3 Wireless Controllers (Two Turbo NES controllers run on 2 AAA batteries, and One Wireless Zapper which runs on 3 AAA batteries also has on on/off switch. One note you can't use the Zapper on HD TV's.)
Has a headphone jack

Cons:

Wireless controllers senor can cause the controller to be unresponsive if out of range (Sensor located on bottom of the system.)
Tengen carts don't work at all (As well as other games such as Castlevania III: Dracula's Curse and a few others.)
If you are running on battery power, some games will not play if the batteries are almost dead.

Overall with the FCII I'd say its worth it even if you have an original NES because its easily portable and can play most of your NES library without issue on the go or to take on vacation.

FC16 GO (Model 2) Model 1 is OOP (Manufactured by YOBO Gameware Inc):

Pros

Nice loud Speakers
Uses a Rechargeable Battery (Charger included)
Includes 2 wireless controllers (runs on 2 AAA batteries, very long battery life)
Includes Standard AV Cables

Cons:

The screen usually has a dead pixel or two when it arrives even if its new. (This problem may have been fixed I don't know for sure I highly doubt it.)
Takes a long time to recharge the battery even though the battery last maybe 3-6 hours takes 9-12 to charge...
Graphical, Sound, & Control issues with some games (examples are Contra III top-view levels look washed out in white and Star Trek TNG does not work at all controls are glitchy and unresponsive)

Overall for this one I'd say get it if you don't have an original SNES and what a decent substitute for the real thing

FC Twin (NES & SNES Combo system) (Manufactured by YOBO Gameware Inc.)

Pros:

Very lightweight and compact (about the size of a Genesis Model 2)
Stereo AV cables (I believe the NES side is simulated stereo)
Great compatibility on both systems (It could even play Tengen carts)
Easily Modifiable SNES slot to play Japanese Imports Tabs are made of cheap plastic they are easy to snap off)
Can use original or third-party SNES controllers

Cons:

You can't play games that use the NES Zapper
Controllers that come with it are very cheaply made (I recommend using original SNES controllers)
Still can't play Castlevania III: Dracula's Curse.
Overall I'd say this is probably the only third party system I'd recommend for at home use. I would also recommend the Retron3 or the FC3, but i don't have one although I've heard they're just as good as this, nut the controllers are very bad. On a good note it comes with a Zapper for NES games. It also has a Sega Genesis Slot.

Supaboy (Manufactured by Hyperkin)

Before I start I will be listing pros and cons of REVISION 1 not 2.

Pros:

Nice screen size
Has 2 controller ports
Has a rechargeable battery/and AV Cables
Comes with a carrying case/pouch
Comes pre-modded to play Japanese Games, and can also play PAL games (I don't know how well it can play PAL games though.
Cons:

Very bulky
Battery life is only 3-5 hours (Supposed to be better on the second revision)
Sound quality is horrible and has a high-pitched humming noise even with headphones plugged in (Confirmed to be better on the second revision, but I don't know for sure.)
Same kind of graphical/control issues as the FC16 GO (Contra III has the same issue listed above in the FC16 GO section. Although Star Trek TNG plays fine, but Batman Returns has control issues with system controls only.)
Over the Supaboy is a good SNES substitute, but I would pass on this if you have a SNES already or if you don't go with an alternative like the FC Twin or Retron3

RetroGen Adapter (Not really a system, but I'm going to talk about cause its surprisingly good with some minor flaws. To use it you need any SNES system (may work on third-parties i haven't tested it on one) unplug the AV cables to the SNES and plug in the RetroGen AV Cables into the side of the adapter and then the other side into the TV. OK now for the pros and cons:

Pros:

Easy to use
Region switch to play most if not all import MegaDrive titles (NA, PE, PAL, & NJ are all the switch settings)
Very good picture/Stereo sound.
Decent button layout (Y=Genesis button A, B= Genesis button B, A= Genesis button C, X= Genesis button Y, L= Genesis button X, and R= Genesis button Z)
Great compatibility
Region switch negates games that have a region lock (such as: Golden Axe III, Bare Knuckle III, Contra Hard Corps, and any others that are locked)

Cons:

There is no MODE button for games that require one to be held in while powering on in order to play games that only support 3-button Genesis controllers (Such as Golden Axe II)

Overall this adapter is a pretty cool novelty to have for your SNES to screw with your friends or if your to lazy to pull out your Sega Genesis and feel like being an oddball. Plus its only like 20 dollars on Ebay or Amazon. Here's a link to my video review of the RetroGen:



So in closing I would say the top third-party systems/accessories I would recommend getting ONLY IF you don't have the original systems or are intrigued by these systems like I am. Here's what I would recommend and why:

FC Mobile II - Great compatibility, Compact size, and nice bright LCD screen

FC Twin - Great compatibility, two systems in one, easy to modify the SNES slot to play Japanese Imports, and it can use original SNES controllers

RetroGen Adapter - Great compatibility, Great picture quality, and pretty awesome concept.

In closing I hope this article helps out some of you RFGeners in making a decision on purchasing a third-party system.



Posted on Sep 16th 2011 at 03:19:29 AM by (tigerhandheld1989)
Posted under Star Fox, Nintendo 64, Super Nintendo, 3DS, Wii, Star Fox 64 3D

That's right boys and girls Star Fox is back in all of his Arwing glory, but this time its all in 3D. Sounds cool right well it it is so strap yourself in your in for quite a ride!!!

Story - 7.5/10

For all you SF64 vets you know the story, but newcomers don't so I'll explain the gist of it. The Star Fox Team (Fox McCloud, Peppy Hare, Slippy Toad, and Falco Lombardi) is hired by General Pepper the head of the planet Corneria's army to help stop Andross from invading the Lylat System and take over Corneria. Thats only a small fraction of the story so if you want to know more just look online because I don't want to bore you guys.

Sound/Music - 9/10

The music is outstanding for this remake, the reason for that is the music is re-orchestrated for all the music each music track sounds beautiful I loved it so much I searched for a rip of the music which I found it, but anyway you can listen to the music in the sound test by beating the game. My favorite remade music is the main menu music just so you know. Nintendo also managed to get most of the original voice cast from the N64 days, the only one that changed was Falco (I think), but they do sound older of course. Hey at least it brings back the classic feel.

Controls - 8.5/10

The controls for this are surprisingly great, they are very responsive for the most part. You can change control types to type A or type B, I use type B because it's based off the N64 controls. I won't go into what each button does because iy'll take awhile, but I will say you use the circle pad to move around and you can also invert the axis if you would like to, which means instead of pressing down to go down you would press up. I use this because its like that in the N64 version. I recommend using type B inverted vertical axis. Also they added a function for the d-pad which is cool, certain directions do certain maneuvers, example if you want to do a somersault you would press the corresponding button it says in the options menu.

The gyrosensor controls aren't so because if you are playing in 3D you won't be able to see it effectively cause you'll be to busy moving the system, unless you want to move your body while playing, but i find that annoying, so bottom line if your going to use the motion controls play in 2D. Another bad thing is its hard to aim your lasers at enemies, but you can turn on or off the motion controls by pausing the game and point to off on the touch screen. Oh by the way the only thing thr touch screen is used for is to listen to incoming messages from ROB64 or whoever it may be.

Gameplay/Graphics - 8/10

Now the gameplay is great there are 15 levels total, but you don't play through all of them in one play through. The reason for that is some levels have different endings which change the path, but if you do all the levels the right way you'll get the good ending, anyway there are multiple types of vehicles you could wind up using as well. They are:The Arwing, The Landmaster, and The Blue Marine which are used in different levels of the game. Also there is a mode called "Nintendo 64 Mode" which is the original difficulty of the game because the 3DS mode is easier, so this mode is for all the SF64 vets I guess you could say. Another nice feature they added was it saves after every level.

Now for the bad news guys. NO ONLINE WI-FI MULTIPLAYER!!! Yes that's right no Wi-fi Online its a local only multiplayer which sucks because the added new stiff that wasn't in there like a Cloaking Device, Supernova, and when you kill some one the game displays  the players actual face live via the front camera, which is cool but I don't know anyone local to play multiplayer and see it for myself i'm just going from what i've read. Now you can play multiplayer with CPU opponents, but I haven't done it cause it sounds really dumb and boring.

The graphics are freaking amazing in my opinion, everything has been redone/re-polished and looks very crisp. I forgot to mention in the gameplay section that you can see the status of your arwing by looking at the bottom screen, it also shows the characters when they speak. Anyway the 3D effect is really nice there's some nice pop-outs of enemies, ship engine blast off, etc, But it also adds nice depth to the game too. To make you guys understand how well the graphics are here are some comparison screenshots:

Now I'm just going to tell you when they are N64 and 3DS

N64



3DS



You can't really tell from them how great they are so you'll have to check it out in person.

Replay Value 7.5/10

It has replay value to an extent because you can get gold medals on each of the 15 levels and if you get all medals on all levels you get expert mode, there is a Score Attack mode, which is where you get as many hits as you can before the level ends. Other than that nothing really that special.

Well I hope this review helps people that are on the fence about buying it. Oh and don't forget to DO A BARREL ROLL!!!



Posted on Jun 16th 2011 at 10:42:21 PM by (tigerhandheld1989)
Posted under The Legend of Zelda Ocarina of Time, Nintendo 64, 3DS Gamecube




Lets take a trip back to November 23, 1998 . Remember how revolutionary the graphics were and we all were blown away at the beauty of Zelda Ocarina of Time... Well I do and it was a #1 selling game of all TIME for years until Super Mario Galaxy came along for the Wii. But I will never forget getting that for Christmas in 98 my brothers and I were so excited and we put the cart in the N64,,, We were so blown away at how Link looked in 3D. To this day it still looks pretty good considering how old it is... BUT now I/we (Rfgen members) can relive this experience in FULL 3D...



So lets take a trip forward in time to June 19, 2011. This is when it will become a Legend again, but this time will be different... This time it will be portable and in full 3D!!! This version has updated graphics, touch screen capability, boss challenge mode, visions, mirrored Master Quest Mode, and more!!! Here's a few screens of it... I will show N64 then 3DS pics...

N64 Title Screen



3DS Title Screen



here's a comparison trailer video showing the N64 & 3DS Trailers side-by-side on youtube (not made by me):



Ok now more about the newer stuff... Boss Challenge (Rush) Mode is where you can battle any of the bosses you've beaten in the game, but there is a timer so you can see how fast you can beat the boss. You cannot battle mini-bosses though (Dark Link, Big Octo, etc) which is kind of a bummer but oh well... Here's a pic of what it looks like



Now for "visions" in a nutshell this is something to help you if you get stuck. You crawl into a Sheikah Stone which is a bigger version of the Gossip Stone... and a menu pops up with things you may be stuck on. Here's another pic showing the menu. One note you will not be able to use the visions to help you in Mirrored Master Quest which I totally agree with...



The touch screen is used to use items and equip equipment faster (no more going through the menus to equip iron boots, hover boots, or the tunics). You can also use the touch screen to play  the ocarina as well as cycle through the songs to see how to play them in case you forget. Here's a pic showing the Ocarina:



A really cool thing they also added is the use of the gyroscope to look around and aim your weapons. Basically it uses the 3DS' gyro-sensor to make it easier to aim and stuff... But I personally will just stick to using the Circle Pad.

Remember the Stone of Agony item that helped you find the secret holes/hidden stuff in the game... Well don't worry its back, but now its called the Shard of Agony! All I know is it replaces the Stone of Agony. But I've read it makes some kinda noise when you are by something hidden. Don't know if its true, but I would assume so because there is no rumble feature on the 3DS system. Here's a pic (not great quality):



Finally, The Mirrored Master Quest is just a reverse version of the original Master Quest game on the Gamecube. I can't wait to try this out, but the downside is you have to complete the Normal Quest first yo unlock it (thats what I read).

Well that wraps  up our trip through time... Hope you enjoyed it! I know I did. Post your thoughts below in the comments. Sorry for all the pics btw Smiley I may also write a review for OOT3D in the future... I hope all you Zelda fans pick this up I already pre-ordered it! Thanks for reading



Posted on Jul 21st 2010 at 01:26:59 AM by (tigerhandheld1989)
Posted under Nintendo DS Review, Mortal Kombat Ultimate 3 Arcade review



Ok all you MK fans this review will make you want to  rush our and buy this game I guarantee it. So it's time for Ultimate MORTAL KOMBAT!!!!!!!! Please note this review may contain spoilers!

Firstly I'd like to say sorry for not being that active on the blogs Sad

This almost perfect port of the original arcade game came out on November 12, 2007 in the US, December 7, 2007 in EU, and December 13, 2007 in AU. It is still very popular online (wi-fi) today  This game also includes Puzzle Kombat, but I wont talk about that that much sorry not a big puzzle fan. Ok anyways now time for the main part.

UMK3:

Story - 6/10

It's the same story as a MK3 Shao Kahn holds another tournament and fighters enter from all the different realms. Thats basically it for story I will say that each character has Endings that can be unlocked by beating the game and can be viewed anytime in the Extras section under Lost Treasures  (more on the extras later).

Sound/Music - 10/10

The music and sound FLAWLESS VICTORY lol Smiley, but seriously the music and sound are perfect in my opinion because i've played the original arcade game years ago, but I'm almost positive music and sound are dead on the original.

Controls - 8/10

Ok the controls are great don't get me wrong, but for myself there a bit difficult for me because of my disability, so be the judge for yourself. The default controls are as follows for UMK3 are as follows (I say for UMK3 because Puzzle Kombat is also included):

Y Button - High Punch

X Button - High Kick

B Button - Low Punch

A Button - Low Kick

L Button - Run

R Button - Block

Now i personally just have trouble reaching the Run button, but no big deal for me really expect when certain moves deal with the L Button but whatever you guys probably wont Smiley

Gameplay - 8.5/10

Ok your 8.5 why? Right? Well the reason is the A.I is so freaking cheap even on Novice, and no you can not change difficultly level (example, easy hard very easy, etc.) so unless your patient and want to unlock the endings for everybody (including the secret people Ermac, Mileena,  Classic Sub-Zero, and even Human Smoke). Me personally i used my brothers Action Replay Card thats how frustrating it was/is so all i can say as i hope you are good with everybody, although you do get free play, so thats one plus i guess Smiley.

This game also has online capabilities both Wi-fi and Local it even has download & play but that sucks really bad for the UMK3 side because you can pick from i think only 3 people (maybe 4, but i don't remember I do know  Reptile, Kitana, Scorpion are the three, but there may be 1 more. Anyway, Wi-fi is great because its worldwide and you can trade friend codes with people and battle. Also there is a rating system, and record keeping for online which keeps track of wins/losses and other stuff. I love the game because of the Wi-Fi, and I hope you will too! Oh and a Shout-Out to Link41 (Aaron) I want a REMATCH!! Smiley.

Last thing on gameplay is a great addition to it I think on the top or bottom screen (wihichever you set it to in the options). Anyway, they kindly list all the moves for characters including fatalities, friendship, animality, and babilities. They however do not include stage fatalities, where to stand for any finishing moves, shang tsungs morphs are not listed neither are Human Smoke's moves, combos aren't listed. I think its still a nice feature because i mean it'd be hard to fit all there moves on the screen so I'll cut them some slack Smiley.

Replayability 9/10

The only reason is for this because of Wi-fi. That's what I think saved this game from not being hated by MK fans because of the cheap A.I.

In closing I will say that Puzzle Kombat is a direct port of the one included on MK Deception so If you liked it then you'll probably play that too, but I don't. Wi-fi is not very active in this mode, but if you have friends that have it your in the clear.

I forgot to mention you can unlock many things in this, but there's alot so I don't wanna go into it. You can look it up though so no biggy Smiley

Well, I hope you like this review and I  hope it will entice you to buy this great game.



Posted on Sep 9th 2009 at 12:18:25 AM by (tigerhandheld1989)
Posted under Contra Rebirth Wiiware Wii, Wii, Contra, Rebirth Nintendo DS Genesis Konami Virtual Console.

ok this is my second review bit this time its a Wii game specifically a Wiiware Game called Contra Rebirth. I will rate gameplay, sound, story, controls, difficulty, and replay value  THIS REVIEW DOES CONTAIN SOME SMALL SPOILERS ABOUT UNLOCKABLES! So anyway on with the review!

Story 6.0/10

This description of the story comes from gamefaqs.com.

Chief Salamander and his Neo-Salamander Force travel back to 1973 A.D. to invade Earth. They land in Central America and take control of the Shizuoka ruins on the Yucatan Peninsula. There, the aliens plan the destruction of all the "Contra" on Earth. The Galactic President calls on Lance Bean, a member of the elite "Contra" warriors, to save the day, but his sudden disappearance jeopardizes the safety of the planet. Now, Bill Rizer and samurai Genbei Yagyu are the last hope for Earth. They must pick up their weapons and defeat the evil Neo-Salamander Army before all is lost. Experience the fast-paced, action-packed, side-scrolling adventure that pioneered the run-and-gun genre.

Overall the Story like any other contra game so nothing really to new to it

Controls 9.0/10

Controls are pretty much like any other contra game. You can shoot jump and switch between weapons, but more on that later/

Sound/Music 7.0/10

The sounds of the game are a cross between Contra 4 for DS and the original arcade version. Music is pretty well done nothing too special though.

Graphics 8.0/10

Graphics are very similar to Contra 4 so nothing special here either

Gameplay/Difficulty 8/10

Ok game is similar to the SNES Contra III: Alien Wars, by that I mean you can have two weapons at once. Oh and I recommend playing with a Classic Controller or Gamecube Controller because if you don't you will have to set the button to switch between weapons, but still I find it easier with the Classic and Gamecube Controllers. Weapons is where this game falters a bit because there are only 4 weapons Normal Gun (Machine Gun), Spread Gun, Laser, and Homing Missile. This game is also 2 players. Difficulty is pretty much like any other Contra but you get unlimited continues so it's pretty easy, but it can be frustrating. There are 5 levels. Also in the options you can change lives, (max is seven lives) screen layout , and others.

Replay value 7.5/10

Replay value is pretty good considering there is 4 unlockable things. They are:

Nightmare Difficulty - Beat Hard Difficulty

BR-W9 - Beat Easy Difficulty

Plissken - Beat Normal Difficulty

Nightmare difficulty is what makes it interesting because every time you kill an enemy a fire ball and blue orb come out and try to kill you so it makes a a little more replayable .

Overall 8.0/10

If you are a Contra fan and have 10 bucks or 1.000 Wi Points buy it You'll enjoy I think its worth it.



Posted on Mar 23rd 2009 at 01:48:25 AM by (tigerhandheld1989)
Posted under My Entire Game Collection , Nintendo. Famicom Super, Wii, Sega Genesis, Megadrive, Dreamcast Gameboy, Gameboy Color, Gameboy Advance, Playstation 1,

NES/Famicom games:

1. Journey tp Silius (2 copies 1 with box and dust cover, other is cartridge only.)

2. Super Mario Bros./Duck Hunt (cartridge only)

3. Super Mario Bros. 2 (cartridge only)

4. Super Mario Bros. 3 (cartridge only)

5. Kung Fu Heroes (cartridge only)

6. Batman (2 versions, 1 is the original English one, cartridge only, and the other is a RARE (I believe) Japanese pirate version that came with the Family Converter, cartridge only also.)

7. Legend of Zelda (GOLD cartridge only)

8. Zelda II: Adventures of Link (GOLD cartridge only)

9. Dr. Mario (cartridge only)

10. Friday the 13th (cartridge only)

11. A Nightmare on Elm Street (cartridge only)

12. Double Dribble (cartridge only)

13. Jordan vs Larry Byrd (cartridge only)

14. Game Genie (cartridge only)

15. Wizards & Warriors (cartridge only)

16. Cobra Command (cartridge only)

17. Commando (cartridge only)

18. Mega Man 3 (cartridge only)

19. Astanax (cartridge only)

20. Goal

21. Ninja Gaiden II: The Dark Sword of Chaos

22. Rolling Thunder (cartridge only)

23. Paperboy (cartridge only)

24. Ikari Warriors (cartridge only)

25. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Arcade Game (cartridge only)

26. Metroid (cartridge only)

27. Castlevania II: Simon's Quest (cartridge only)

28. Excitebike (cartridge only)

29. Wrath of the Black Manta (cartridge only)

30. Family Converter (Boxed, lets you play Famicom games)

31. Contra (JP Famicom version, also I have a pirate copy of the English version in a Famicom size. Both are cartridges only

SNES/Super Famicom Games:

1. Prince of Persia (Super Famicom game (cartridge only)

2. Akumajou Dracula XX (Super Famicom version of Castlevania Dracula X, (cartridge only)

3. Spider-man & Venom: Separation Anxiety (cartridge only)

4. Super Mario World (cartridge only)

5. Super Castlevania IV (cartridge only)

6. Super Bowling (cartridge only)

7. Super Bases Loaded 2 (cartridge only)

8. Super Double Dragon (cartridge only)

9. Mortal Kombat (cartridge only)

10. Mortal Kombat II (cartridge only)

11. Killer Instinct (cartridge only)

12. Return of the Double Dragon (Super Famocom game, Japanese Version of Super Double Dragon)

13. Dragonball Z: Super Butoden 2 (Super Famicom game) (cartridge only)

14. Dragonball Z: Super Butoden 3 (Super Famicom Game) (cartridge and instructions book only)

15. Final Fight (cartridge only)

16. Final Fight 2 (cartridge only)

17. Final Fight 3 (cartridge only)

18. Street Fighter II: The World Warrior (cartridge only)

19. Street Fighter II Turbo: Hyper Fighting (cartridge only)

20. Super Street Fighter II: The New Challengers (cartridge only)

21. Knights of the Round (cartridge only)

22. Batman Returns (cartridge only)

23. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Tournament Fighters (cartridge only)

24. Primal Rage (cartridge only)

25. The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past (cartridge and dust cover only)

26. Mighty Morphin Power Rangers (cartridge only)

27. Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: Fighting Edition (cartridge only)

28. Justice League Task Force (cartridge only)

29. Game Genie (Boxed with insert tray and cartridge)

30. Contra III: Alien Wars (cartridge only)

Nintendo 64:

1. 007 Goldeneye (cartridge only)

2. Perfect Dark (cartridge only)

3. Mace: The Dark Age (cartridge only)

4. War Gods (cartridge only)

5. Deadly Arts (cartridge and instrictions only)

6. Killer Instinct Gold (cartridge only)

7. Mortal Kombat Trilogy (cartridge only)

8. Mortal Kombat 4 (cartridge only)

9. Clayfighter 63 1/3

10. All Star Baseball '99 (cartridge only)

11. All Star Baseball 2000 (cartridge only)

12. All Star Baseball 2001 (cartridge only)

13. Castlevania 64 (cartridge only)

14. Castlevania: Legacy of Darkness (cartridge only)

15. Shadow Man (cartridge only)

16. Resident Evil 2 (cartridge only)

17. Star Fox 64 (cartridge only)

18. Super Smash Bros. (cartridge only)

19. Super Mario 64 (cartridge only)

20. Rampage World Tour (cartridge only)

21. Yoshi's Story (cartridge only)

22. Pokemon Stadium (cartridge only)

23. Pokemon Stadium 2 (cartridge only, plus 2 Transfer Paks for either Pokemon Stadium)

24. Quest 64 (cartridge only)

25. Mega Man 64 (cartridge only)

26. Gauntlet Legends (cartridge only)

Nintendo Gamecube (All games have cases, instructions, and games unless state otherwise)

1. Super Smash Bros Melee (No instructions(

2. The Legend of Zelda Collectors Edition

3. The Legend of Zelda Ocarina of Time/Master Quest

4. The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess

5. The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker

6. Sonic Adventure 2: Battle

7. Sonic Mega Collection

8. Soul Calibur II

9. Metroid Prime

10. Gameboy Player

11. Action Replay (No instructions)

Gameboy/Gameboy Color

1. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Fall of theFoot Clan (cartridge only)

2. Batman (cartridge only)

3. Pokemon Blue (cartridge only)

4. Metroid II: Return of Samus (cartridge only)

5. Super Mario Land (cartridge only)

6. Fortress of Fear: Wizards & Warriors X (cartridge only)

7. F-1 Race (cartridge only)

8. Pokemon Yellow (cartridge only)

9. Pokemon Gold (cartridge only)

10. Super Mario Bros: Deluxe (cartridge only)

11. X-men Mutant Academy ((cartridge only)

12. Monster Rancher Explorer (cartridge only)

13. Perfect Dark (cartridge only)

Gameboy Advance:

1. Super Mario Advanced 4: Super Mario Bros 3 (cartridge only)

2. Metroid Fusion (cartridge only)

3. Dragonball: Advanced Adventures

4. Dragonball Z: Taiketsu (2 copies cartridges only)

5. Dragonball Z: Legacy of Goku (cartridge only)

6. Dragonball Z Legacy of Goku II (cartridge only)

7. Dragonball Z: Buu's Fury (cartridge only)

8. Dragonball GT: Transformations (cartridge only)

9. Dragonball GT: Video Volume 1 (cartridge only)

10. The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past/Four Swords (2 copies cartridges only)

11. Double Dragon Advance ( 2 copies cartridges only)

12. Doom ( 2 copies one has no label cartridges only)

13. Wolfenstein 3-D (cartridge only)

14. NES Classic Series: The Legend of Zelda (cartridge only)

15. NES Classic Series: Zelda II: The Adventures of Link (cartridge only)

16. NES Classic Series: Super Mario Bros (cartridge only)

17. NES Classic Series: Metroid

18. NES Classic Series: Bomberman

19. Tekken Advance (cartridge only)

20. 3 in 1 game: Centipede, Super Breakout, and Warlords. (cartridge only)

21. 2 in 1 game: Rampage and Paperboy (cartridge only)

22. X-men: Reign of Apocalypse (cartridge only)

23. Gameshark SP

Nintendo DS: (All games have game, case, and instructions)

1. Touch the Dead

2. Moon

3. Star Trek: Tactical Assault

4. The Price is Right

5. Metroid Pinball (has Rumble Pak

6. Dementium: The Ward

7. New Super Mario Bros.

8. Ultimate Mortal Kombat

9. Dragonball Origins

10. Action Replay MAX for DS (no case or instructions

11. Action Replay GBA/DS Combo (In metallic case)

Nintendo Wii/Virtual Console:(All Wii games include cases, games and Instructions)

1. House of The Dead 2 & 3 Return

2. Ghost Squad

3. The Price is Right

4. Super Smash Bros: Brawl

5. Wii Sports

6. Dr. Mario Rx Online (Wiiware)

7. Super Metroid (Virtual Console)

8. Super Mario Bros 2: Lost Levels (Virtual Console)

9. Dragon Spirit (Virtual Console)

10. Burning Fight (Virtual Console)

11. Pokemon Puzzle League (Virtual Console)

Sega Genesis/Megadrive:

1. Streets of Rage (cartridge only)

2. Streets of Rage 2 (cartridge only)

3. Streets of Rage 3 (cartridge only)

4. Golden Axe (cartridge only)

5. Golden Axe II (cartridge only)

6. Golden Axe III (JP Megadrive game cartridge only)

7. Street Fighter II: Championship Edition (cartridge only)

8. Batman Returns (No label cartridge only)

9. Batman Forever (cartridge only)

10. Batman: The Revenge of Joker

11. Lion King (cartridge only)

12. Aladdin (cartridge only)

13. Mighty Morphin Power Rangers (cartridge only)

14. Sonic 2 (cartridge only)

15, Sonic 3 (cartridge only)

16. Sonic & Knuckles (cartridge only, can hook up with Sonic 2 or 3)

17. Chakan: The Forever Man (cartridge only)

18. Justice League Task Force (cartridge only)

19. Double Dragon III: The Arcade Game (cartridge only)

20. T2: Judgment Day (cartridge only)

21. X-men (cartridge only)

22. X-men 2: Clone Wars (cartridge only)

23. Mortal Kombat (cartridge only)

24. Mortal Kombat II (cartridge only)

25. Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3 (cartridge only)

26. Dragonball Z: Buyuu Retsuden (case, game, and instructions)

27. Castlevania: Bloodlines (case, game, and instructions)

28. Contra: Hard Corps (game and case)

29. Rolling Thunder 2 (game, case, and instructions)

30. Rolling Thunder 3 (game, case, and instructions are missing front and back page)

31. Game Genie (cartridge only)

Sega Dreamcast:

1. Sega Smash Pack Volume 1 (game, case, and instructions)

2. Crazy Taxi (game, case, and instructions)

3. Crazy Taxi (game only)

4. Mortal Kombat Gold (game, and case)

5. Sonic Adventure (game and case)

6. Sonic Adventure 2 (game and case)

7. House of the Dead 2 (game only)

8. Zombie Revenge (game, case, and instructions)

9. Test Drive 6 (game and case)

10. Gameshark (game only)

PC Games:

1. Star Trek Legacy (game, case, and instructions

2. Silent Steel (4 Discs)

3. Raptor: Call of Shadows

4. Wolfenstein 3-D

5. Blake Stone: Aliens of Gold

6. Blake Stone II: Planet Strike

7. Nitemare 3-D (Disc only)

8. Mortal Kombat 4 (game and case)

9. Spider-man Cartoon Maker (Disc only)

10. Are You Afraid of the Dark:Orpheo's Curse

11. Mortal Kombat 3

12. Prince of Persia

13. Prince of Persia 3-D (2 Discs)

Sony Playstation: (All games have case, instructions, and game unless stated otherwise)

1 Dragonball Z Ultimate Battle 22 (have both US and JP versions)

2. Dragonball GT Final Bout (have original US version disc only, also have 2004 reprint, and JP import)

3. Dragonball Z: Legends

4. Nekketsu Oyako (game disc only, this game is also known as Hot-Blooded Family)

5. Double Dragon (JP import game disc only)

6. Galaxy Express 999 (JP import game 2 discs only)

7. Tekken 2 (Greatest Hits game only)

8. Mortal Kombat Trilogy (Greatest Hits)

9. Mortal Kombat 4

10. Mortal Kombat: Sub-Zero Mythologies (game only)

11. Castlevania Symphony of the Night (Greatest Hits)

12. War Gods

13. Shadow Man (also have strategy guide)

14. Mortal Kombat 3 (game only)

15. Primal Rage (Long box, instructions and game plus mini move book.)

16. Resident Evil: Directors Cut (Greatest Hits)

17. Resident Evil 3: Nemesis (game only)

18. Resident Evil Survivor (game only)

19. Gauntlet Legends (game only)

20. The Weakest Link

21. Who Wants To Be a Millionaire? 3rd Edition ( game only)

22. X-men: Mutant Academy 2

23. Street Fighter Alpha

24. Batman Forever: The Arcade Game (game only)

25. Gameshark Lite

26. Gameshark 2 (Disc only)

Sony Playstation 2: (All games have game, cases, and instructions unless stated otherwise.)

1. DragonBall Z: Budokai

2. DragonBall Z: Budokai 2

3. DragonBall Z: Budokai 3 (Greatest Hits)

4. DragonBall Z: Tenkaichi

5. DragonBall Z: Tenkaichi 2

6. DragonBall Z: Tenkaichi 3

7. DragonBall Z: Sagas

8. Super DragonBall Z

9. DragonBall Z: Infinite World

10. Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance (Game only)

11. Mortal Kombat: Deception (Kollectors Edition)

12. Mortal Kombat: Shaolin Monks

13. Mortal Kombat: Armageddon

 14. Final Fight: Streetwise (game only)

15. The Punisher

16. The X-Files: Resist or Serve (game only)

17. Return to Castle Wolfenstein

18. Area 51

19. Star Trek Voyager: Elite Force

20. X-men Legends

21. Tekken 4 (Greatest Hits)

22. Tekken 5

23. X-men: Next Dimension

24. Mega Man X Collection

25. Sega Classics Collection

26. Fantastic 4

27. Spider-man 2 (game only )

28. Midway Arcade Treasures 2

29. The Mummy Returns

30. Batman: Rise of Sin Tzu

31. Dark Cloud

32. Shadow Man: 2econd Coming

33. .Hack//Sign Part 1: Infection

34. Hack//Sign Part 2: Mutation

35. Hack//Sign Part 3: Outbreak

36. Hack//Sign Part 4: Quarantine

37. Codebreaker ver. 9.0

38. Action Replay MAX EVO

Sony PSP: (All games have cases, game, and instructions.)

1. Castlevania: Dracula X Chronicles

2. Capcom Classic Reloaded

3. Street Fighter Alpha 3 MAX

4. Dragonball Z Shin Budokai 2: Another Road

5. Sega Genesis Collection

6. Mortal Kombat Deception: Unchained

7. Tekken: Dark Resurrection

8. Tekken 2 (Downloaded from the Playstation Network)

9. Namco Battle Collection

Handheld LCD Games:

Tiger Electronics:

1.Double Dragon

2.Double Dragon II: The Revenge (BROKEN)

3.Double Dragon III: The Rosetta Stone

4.Space Fight

5.Road Race

6.Street Fighter II (With printed copy of instructions)

7.Super Street Fighter II: The New Challengers (Talking game and Barcodes game no
cards included)

8.Sonic 1

9.Sonic 2 (With printed copy of instructions)

10.Sonic 3 (With printed copy of instructions)

11. Sonic 3-D Blast

12.Sonic Underground (With printed copy of instructions)

13.Mortal Kombat (With printed copy of instructions)

14.Mortal Kombat 3 (With printed copy of instructions)

15.Mortal Kombat Trilogy (With printed copy of instructions)

16.Ninja Gaiden

17.Ninja Gaiden II: The Chaos Sword (Talking game)

18.Ninja Gaiden III: The Ancient Ship of Doom (With printed copy of instructions)

19.Batman (With printed copy of instructions)

20.Batman Forever: Double Dose of Doom (With printed copy of instructions)

21.Batman Returns (With printed copy of instructions)

22.Gauntlet (With original copy of instructions)

23.Golden Axe

24.Altered Beast

25.Outrun

26.Mega Man 3 (With printed copy of instructions)

27.Area 51 (With printed copy of instructions)

28.Power Rangers (With printed copy of instructions)

29.Primal Rage (1994 release)

30.Bowling (With printed copy of instructions)

31.Bowlorama (Missing bowling pin joystick and instructions)

32.Streets of Rage (Pocket size with original copy of instructions)

33.Virtual Cop (Pocket size with original copy of instructions)

34.Aladdin

35.Castlevania II: Simons Quest

36.Gargoyles: Night Flight (Missing battery cover)

37.Star Trek: The Next Generation (With opened package and original copy of instructions)

38.Resident Evil 2 (With opened package and cant find instructions but have a copy of
them)

39. Jeopardy! (With original copy of instructions)

40.Rampage

41.Pitfall

42.Pinball

43.Nights Into Dreams (Pocket size no instructions)

44.Castlevania Symphony of the Night ( RARE With printed copy of instructions)

45.The Terminator (With printed copy of instructions)

46.Bevis & Butthead (Talking Game)

It Entertainment:

47.Deal or No Deal (With opened package and original instructions)

Radica:

48.Slots

49.Blackjack

50.7 in 1 Casino Games

51.Pocket Slots

Milton Bradly:

52.Uno

53.Connect Four

54.Hangman

Konami:

55. Star Trek: 25th Anniversary (With original cardboard instructions)

56. Contra (Missing battery cover LCD issues)

Acclaim Entertainment:
 
57. Wizards & Warriors
 
58. Ironsword: Wizards & Warriors II

59. NARC

60.The Simpsons: Barts Cupcake Madness

61. T2: Judgment Day

Micro Games of America:

62. Power Rangers Game Wizard (With all 3 game cartridges: Goldars Revenge, Battle for The Power Morpher, and Battle on the Megazord )
 
63. Dragonball Z: Battle To Save Namek
 
64.Dragonball Z: Fire Fight (Keychain Game)
 
65. Dragonball Z: The Final Showdown (Keychain Game, also has original instructions)
 
66. Centipede
 
67. Asteroids
 
68. Super Breakout

Game & Watch: (Nintendo)
 
69. Zelda (Multi-Screen)
 
70. Super Mario Brothers (Has make-shift battery cover taped on)
 
71. Zelda (Wrist Watch Game)
 
72. Super Mario Brothers (Mini-Classics Version)
 
73. Donkey Kong Junior (Mini-Classics Version)

Bandai LSI GAMES (NOTE: ALL OF THE GAMES LISTED UNDER HERE HAVE ORIGINAL BOXES, TRAY INSERTS, WARRANTY CARDS, PLASTIC BAGS AND ORIGINAL INSTRUCTIONS MANUALS, UNLESS STATED OTHERWISE.)
 
74. DragonBall Z: Gohan VS Garlic Jr (No warranty card)
 
75. DragonBall Z Gohan VS Perfect Cell and Cell Juniors
 
76. DragonBall Z Gohan VS Perfect Cell Round 2 (Only has original instructions NO BOX OR WARRANTY CARD it is in a small plastic bag.)
 
77. DragonBall Z Goku VS Frieza and Captain Ginyu and Jeice
 
78. DragonBall Z Goku VS Imperfect Cell
 
79. DragonBall Z Goku VS Perfect Cell
 
80. DragonBall Z Videls Training
 
81. DragonBall Z Goku VS Majin Buu
 
82. DragonBall Z Goku VS Androids #16, #17, #18 (No warranty card)
 
83. DragonBall Z Vegeta VS Vegeta & Nappa (No warranty card)

Techno Source:
 
84. Captain America: Canyon Clash (With package and original copy instructions)
 
85. Iron Man: Android Onslaught (With package and original copy instructions)
 
86. X-men: Wolverine Sentinel Assault (With package and original copy instructions)
 
87. Combat Commander (With package and original copy instructions)
 
88. Spider-Man 3: Escape the Sandman (With package and original copy instructions)
 
89. The Incredible Hulk (With package and original copy instructions)

90. Street Hunter (With package and original copy instructions)

Troni:

91. Street Hunter

Namco (Vaire/Yemo)

92. Dragon Spirit

93. Galaga '91

Excalibur:

94. Slot Machine (Keychain with opened package)


Well there it is that's a grand total of 344 games, not counting extra copies of games etc... Please leave comments Smiley



Posted on Mar 13th 2009 at 12:50:01 AM by (tigerhandheld1989)
Posted under Handheld LCD game Collection, Handheld LCD game Collection Tiger Electronics Sega Game Watch

Here's a list of all my handhelds comment and tell me what you think, also let me know if you want any gameplay footage of any of them. Here they are:

Tiger Electronics:

1.Double Dragon

2.Double Dragon II: The Revenge (BROKEN)

3.Double Dragon III: The Rosetta Stone

4.Space Fight

5.Road Race

6.Street Fighter II (With printed copy of instructions)

7.Super Street Fighter II: The New Challengers  (Talking game and Barcodes game no
cards included)

8.Sonic 1

9.Sonic 2 (With printed copy of instructions)

10.Sonic 3 (With printed copy of instructions)

11. Sonic 3-D Blast

12.Sonic Underground (With printed copy of instructions)

13.Mortal Kombat (With printed copy of instructions)

14.Mortal Kombat 3 (With printed copy of instructions)

15.Mortal Kombat Trilogy (With printed copy of instructions)

16.Ninja Gaiden

17.Ninja Gaiden II: The Chaos Sword (Talking game)

18.Ninja Gaiden III: The Ancient Ship of Doom (With printed copy of instructions)

19.Batman (With printed copy of instructions)

20.Batman Forever: Double Dose of Doom (With printed copy of instructions)

21.Batman Returns (With printed copy of instructions)

22.Gauntlet (With original copy of instructions)

23.Golden Axe

24.Altered Beast

25.Outrun

26.Mega Man 3 (With printed copy of instructions)

27.Area 51 (With printed copy of instructions)

28.Power Rangers (With printed copy of instructions)

29.Primal Rage (1994 release)

30.Bowling (With printed copy of instructions)

31.Bowlorama (Missing bowling pin joystick and instructions)

32.Streets of Rage (Pocket size with original copy of instructions)

33.Virtual Cop (Pocket size with original copy of instructions)

34.Aladdin

35.Castlevania II: Simons Quest

36.Gargoyles: Night Flight (Missing battery cover)

37.Star Trek: The Next Generation (With opened package and original copy of instructions)

38.Resident Evil 2 (With opened package and cant find instructions but have a copy of
them)

39. Jeopardy! (With original copy of instructions)

40.Rampage

41.Pitfall

42.Pinball

43.Nights Into Dreams (Pocket size no instructions)

44.Castlevania Symphony of the Night ( RARE With printed copy of instructions)

45.The Terminator (With printed copy of instructions)

46.Bevis & Butthead (Talking Game)

It Entertainment:

47.Deal or No Deal (With opened package and original instructions)

Radica:

48.Slots

49.Blackjack

50.7 in 1 Casino Games

51.Pocket Slots

Milton Bradly:

52.Uno

53.Connect Four

54.Hangman

Konami:

55. Star Trek: 25th Anniversary (With original cardboard instructions)

56. Contra (Missing battery cover LCD issues)

Acclaim Entertainment:
     
57. Wizards & Warriors
     
58. Ironsword: Wizards & Warriors II

59. NARC

60.The Simpsons: Barts Cupcake Madness

61. T2: Judgment Day

Micro Games of America:

62. Power Rangers Game Wizard (With all 3 game cartridges: Goldars Revenge, Battle for The Power Morpher, and Battle on the Megazord )
     
63. Dragonball Z: Battle To Save Namek
     
64.Dragonball Z: Fire Fight (Keychain Game)
     
65. Dragonball Z: The Final Showdown (Keychain Game, also has original instructions)
     
66. Centipede
     
67. Asteroids
     
68. Super Breakout

Game & Watch: (Nintendo)
     
69. Zelda (Multi-Screen)
     
70. Super Mario Brothers (Has make-shift battery cover taped on)
     
71. Zelda (Wrist Watch Game)
     
72. Super Mario Brothers (Mini-Classics Version)
     
73. Donkey Kong Junior (Mini-Classics Version)

Bandai LSI GAMES (NOTE: ALL OF THE GAMES LISTED UNDER HERE HAVE ORIGINAL BOXES, TRAY INSERTS, WARRANTY CARDS, PLASTIC BAGS AND ORIGINAL INSTRUCTIONS MANUALS, UNLESS STATED OTHERWISE.)
     
74. DragonBall Z: Gohan VS Garlic Jr (No warranty card)
   
75. DragonBall Z Gohan VS Perfect Cell and Cell Juniors
     
76. DragonBall Z Gohan VS Perfect Cell Round 2 (Only has original instructions NO BOX OR WARRANTY CARD it is in a small plastic bag.)
     
77. DragonBall Z Goku VS Frieza and Captain Ginyu and Jeice
     
78. DragonBall Z Goku VS Imperfect Cell
     
79. DragonBall Z Goku VS Perfect Cell
     
80. DragonBall Z Videls Training
     
81. DragonBall Z Goku VS Majin Buu
     
82. DragonBall Z Goku VS Androids #16, #17, #18 (No warranty card)
     
83. DragonBall Z Vegeta VS Vegeta & Nappa  (No warranty card)

Techno Source:
     
84. Captain America: Canyon Clash (With package and original copy instructions)
     
85. Iron Man: Android Onslaught (With package and original copy instructions)
     
86. X-men: Wolverine Sentinel Assault (With package and original copy instructions)
     
87. Combat Commander (With package and original copy instructions)
     
88. Spider-Man 3: Escape the Sandman (With package and original copy instructions)
     
89. The Incredible Hulk (With package and original copy instructions)

90. Street Hunter (With package and original copy instructions)

Troni:

91. Street Hunter

Namco (Vaire/Yemo)

92. Dragon Spirit

93. Galaga '91

Excalibur:

94. Slot Machine (Keychain with opened package)

Note: To see Gameplay footage of some of these go here:

http://www.youtube.com/user/supermetroidlover



Posted on Mar 1st 2009 at 07:59:32 AM by (tigerhandheld1989)
Posted under Castlevania Symphony of the Night handheld tiger lcd, Castlevania Symphony of the Night handheld tiger lcd

Ok let me first say this is possibly one of the rarest handhelds that I know of so its very hard to come by. This review will be a bit different because i will go into detail about the levels, bosses items, etc. Anyway here's the review

This is a simplified version of the hit psx game. You play as Alucard, Dracula's son. Alucard however wants to stop his father's evil reign because he is half-human half-vampire and doesn't want to destroy the last of the Belmont clan Richter Belmont. In this simplified version you can pick up weapons such as: Ax, Cross, and Throwing Dagger. Alucard starts his journey with has dagger, but the cool thing is your weapon upgrades as you progress through the game. You have 3 hearts if you lose all of your hearts the game will be over, but you can pick up more they are scarce though so be careful!

Level 1 is the Castle Entrance where you will fight medusa heads and zombies. The final boss of the level is Medusa. She is fairly easy to beat

Level 2 is the Royal Chapel. In this level you have to contend with zombies, medusa heads, and bats. the bats are tricky to dodge. This level has 2 different sections the lower and upper part. You go on the top to dodge bats on the bottom or pick up a throwing dagger and throw it at them,, but be careful if you choose to doge the bats from the bottom you will have to deal with bats attacking from behind. The boss of this level is Hipogryph. He's tricky use the Ax to defeat him and collect the Silver Ring.

Level 3 is the Catacombs where you must fare with the magical spells of the Salem Witches and other enemies from previous levels. The boss of this level is Succubus; defeat her to obtain the Golden Ring, then prepare for the final battle with your father Dracula!

Level 4 you must first fight off a swarm of enemies. After all of them are destroyed you face Dracula and use the Holy Cross to defeat him.

Well that concludes my review of this gem of a handheld. One final word if you see this game anywhere pick it up its worth it.

Here is a link below to see gameplay footage done by me.  Please rate comment and subscribe to my youtube acccount.




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               
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