Does anyone know where online or the name of a store where I might find a Super NES game called "Super Scope 6"? The controller was a big bazooka looking thing and the game cartridge came with 6 games on it. Any help would be nice. Thank you ahead of time.
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Originally posted by XPacArmyDoes anyone know where online or the name of a store where I might find a Super NES game called "Super Scope 6"? The controller was a big bazooka looking thing and the game cartridge came with 6 games on it. Any help would be nice. Thank you ahead of time.
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Local pawn shops or video game resale stores, perhaps?
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Originally posted by senor sangreI don't recall this game being worth the trouble to get it these days. The local GameStop and Electronics Boutique here also have a selection of old SNES games.
Don't know about that particular game, but I can certainly say the Super Scope wasn't exactly thrilling once you actually tried to use it... it LOOKED neat, but it was nowhere near as neat once the game started. Good luck finding one, XPacArmy.
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If you get a came get Metal Clash (Battle Clash 2). Best Super Scope 6 game easily, and even is fun 2 player with one guy fighting the Scope with the robot on screen (it's easier being the Scope if I recall)
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I actually have a spare Scope and copy of the game. I bid for them on Ebay for the same max price and ended up getting the sencond one about half what I got the first one for. I'd be happy to let you by it off me! After all what use is two of the damn things...
I don't know about EA Sports. I generally like their games but starting next year they'll charge for online play, even on the PS2. They've started charging for online play on PC for their 2003 games (Madden, NHL). It's called EASO (EA Sports Online)