Originally posted by Cerebus (Off subject... from the same company that did SPACE ACE and DRAGON SLAYER, there was another game that used scenes from Lupin The 3rd. Does anyone know the name of it. That and the one that used scenes from GALAXY EXPRESS 999. Those were fun, but if you know the movies, they were really easy to play.
The laserdisc game that used Lupin III footage was called Cliff Hanger. I remember watching someone else play it in the arcade long before I knew who Lupin was.
Don't know anything about Galaxy Express 999, though.
On topic, my faves back in the day were Tempest, Dig Dug, Dragon's Lair, and Captain America and the Avengers.
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Dang, this thread popped up again after five years. Holy cow.
By the by, no one got the number of players right for the two-screen X-Men game, myself included: It was six players, actually, those being Cyclops, Colossus, Wolverine, Storm, Nightcrawler and (ha!) Dazzler.
Throw Galaga and Ms. Pac-Man on there from my previous post.
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Originally posted by Roy.Either NARC or Final Fight. My buddy and I put dozens of quarters into those for about two and a half summers. I think we beat them each two or three times.
Pinball would have to be Attack From Mars! (klov.com). Up until a year ago, I'd spend about 10 bucks a week on that thing (RIP Playland), and it was a finals week tradition of ours (along with not shaving until your last final) to go play pinball before each final (to relax).
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Originally posted by ekedolphinDang, this thread popped up again after five years. Holy cow.
It'll do that.
Originally posted by CRZI have to say I was more into pinball - if I had to pick JUST one, it would probably be ...hell, I can't remember the name of it, but it was the first "Mario World" pinball machine. I also liked Hook, Addams Family, Star Trek: The Next Generation, Terminator 2, Gilligan's Island...hmm, you can pretty much tell which five year period I was into pinball.
Looks like it was the same five years as me. I just got Pinball Arcade for the PS4, which lets you buy emulations of classic real-world pinball tables, and I got Addams Family, ST:TNG, and Terminator 2, along with The Twilight Zone. I'm guessing there isn't much demand for the World Cup '94 table, but I'd like that one too.
Originally posted by KJames199Looks like it was the same five years as me. I just got Pinball Arcade for the PS4, which lets you buy emulations of classic real-world pinball tables, and I got Addams Family, ST:TNG, and Terminator 2, along with The Twilight Zone. I'm guessing there isn't much demand for the World Cup '94 table, but I'd like that one too.
Do they have Pin-Bot? I only played one pinball game on a regular basis and that was it. I LOVED that game.
The student residence I worked at while in college had Aerofighters. Definitely dropped many coins in there.
GI Joe, which my best friend from home and I beat.
The original Bust-A-Move, I welcomed all challengers.
And lastly, and don't judge me here, Pac-man. Went to karaoke with some friends, there was a Pac-man arcade machine there. I spent all night playing Pac-man because shut up about being social I'm playing Pac-man.
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The Spy Who Loved Me. Opening sequence. Bond skies off the mountain, the film goes silent except for the sound of wind, Bond unfurls a Union Jack parachute, and the piano for "Nobody Does It Better" begins. Goosebumps. Every time.