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    o_o Wrath Oskvro's Avatar
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    Default Any Master System Recommendations?

    Haven't really gotten much into the SMS yet. What are some good games to check out? I already know about the Sonics, Alex Kidds, and Shinobi, so..avoid those obvious ones please.
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    Scramble Spirits.

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    I dunno if it's just me, but I loved Rainbow Islands.

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    Rainbow Islands looks very interesting. I'll give that one a shot. Any others, guys?

    @Kaito: Scramble just looks like your run of the mill shmup.
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    Golvellius a (good) zelda clone & huge for its time
    my fav sms game

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wrath Oskvro View Post
    @Kaito: Scramble just looks like your run of the mill shmup.
    You asked for my recommendation and that's what I recommended.

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    Bubble Bobble
    Psycho Fox
    Fantasy Zone
    Power Strike
    Golden Axe Warrior
    Tic Tac, sir?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Killer French Bread View Post
    Bubble Bobble
    Psycho Fox
    Fantasy Zone
    Power Strike
    Golden Axe Warrior
    All of those are cracking recomendations, I love Power strike 1 and 2.
    Penguin land is a great puzzle/adventure type game. Oh im a Captain silver and Kenseiden fan aswell. The Wonder boys are obvious ones too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kaito-kun View Post
    You asked for my recommendation and that's what I recommended.
    I know this. Tis appreciated. Was just saying.
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    The Ninja, Jurassic Park, Deep Duck Trouble, The Lucky Dime Caper, WolfChild.

    I think I pretty much own every SMS game I had as a ROM, so I might have to go fish them out at some point, see what other gems there were. Don't think there were many games I had that I disliked.

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