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Old 02-03-2003, 03:33   #1 (permalink)
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My kids have just made a deal to sell their Nintendo 64...... they got $80 for it & have split it 4 ways (Mum included....Yahahaha I only bought the thing)....

My youngest has spent his $20 on a Sega Mega system......

He has a few games that came with it & I was wondering what games on this system are suitable for a 8 yr old or back in those days were all suitable?????

Also where will I find other games for it ????????
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Old 02-03-2003, 04:05   #2 (permalink)
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Umm I used to love sonic the hedgehog when I was a Kid. DOn't realy know many other games for Sega, I was more into the Super Nintendo.
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Old 02-03-2003, 15:54   #3 (permalink)
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Q: why would they sell thier 64 to go back to a Sega Mega Drive?????? The 64 is light years ahead!
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Wasn't Sonic The Hedgehog only for the Sega Mega Drive? We had a Master System II about 10 years ago when they were new. It had Alex The Kid built into it, man that was a great game! Sadly I can't really remember any of the other games that we had for it though...

Second hand games for the system should still be available at places like Video Games Heaven or maybe Cash Converters?!?!?

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Old 02-03-2003, 17:45   #5 (permalink)
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If you want games for the Sega try ebay.com.au theres usually a good stack on there.
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Lisa greta to bring up this topic. Now let the war between Sega and Nintendo start all over again lol.

I was a Sega man, i had a Master System II with Alex kid built in (and yes that was an awesome game). I always wanted a Sega Mega drive. I'm a firm believer that that era of game machines were the real computer games and were actually fun.

For the Mega Drive i would reccomend Ayrton Senna's Super Monaco GP 2 or if you can't get a hold of it SUper Monaco GP 1 is great also on Mega drive.

For action adventure Alex Kid in enchanted castle is awesome as well as Shinobi. I've got a Sega Mega drive emulator on my computer and still enjoy the games today. :s2:
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Yeah most if not all games back then were pretty harmless.. but then again my memory isn't what it used to be, ... I think...
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Yeah most if not all games back then were pretty harmless.. but then again my memory isn't what it used to be, ... I think...
Common Sparkles surely you must remember Leisure Suite Larry. ROFL.
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Common Sparkles surely you must remember Leisure Suite Larry. ROFL.
I was playing that yesterday with my girlfriend! Awesome game - thoroughly recomended!!!

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