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The classic 1989 version 200 MSP (50% off)

http://marketplace.xbox.com/en-GB/Product/TMNT-1989-Arcade/66acd000-77fe-1000-9115-d80258410870

The updated revamped version
TMNT: Turtles in Time Re-Shelled -400 MSP (50% off)

http://marketplace.xbox.com/en-GB/Product/Turtles-In-Time-RS/66acd000-77fe-1000-9115-d802584109d2
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#1
This game looks so pixelated on 360. It's definitely not worth 200 points.

Edited By: LittleRedRidingHood on Mar 02, 2011 19:49
#2
Sonic Knuckles 240 points. Not on special offer, but great price none the less.
http://marketplace.xbox.com/en-GB/Product/Sonic-Knuckles/66acd000-77fe-1000-9115-d802584109c4?cid=SLink
#3
It scares me that I remember buying the original version of this :|
Hot (dude).
#4
Hot and brought, had some free points given to me by MS which I never used.
1 Like #5
Oh god, that's a blast from the past - I had this on the Spectrum and the little anti-piracy code book with black print on brown paper you had to thumb through every time you started the game up. Ah, memories

Edited By: rqmusicfan on Mar 02, 2011 21:52: --
1 Like #6
rqmusicfan
Oh god, that's a blast from the past - I had this on the Spectrum and the little anti-piracy code book with black print on brown paper you had to thumb through every time you started the game up. Ah, memories


That was a different Turtle game mate I had same one on the Amstrad, ended up losing the the manual with the codes in so could no longer play the game. :(
#7
LittleRedRidingHood
This game looks so pixelated on 360. It's definitely not worth 200 points.


It still plays superb.
1 Like #8
LittleRedRidingHood
This game looks so pixelated on 360. It's definitely not worth 200 points.

Or you could get the updated version for 400 points ,Turtles in Time Re-Shelled
#9
Had 200 points leftover so thought I might as well! Might play Turtles in Time on my old SNES too while I'm at it!
#10
LittleRedRidingHood
This game looks so pixelated on 360. It's definitely not worth 200 points.


Someone has no sense of nostalgia. Or is too young to experience the 8-bit era.
#11
Kylmar
LittleRedRidingHood
This game looks so pixelated on 360. It's definitely not worth 200 points.


Someone has no sense of nostalgia. Or is too young to experience the 8-bit era.


Sadly nostalgia is all this game has going for it these days. The gameplay hasn't aged well at all - hell it was pretty basic back then too compared to the likes of Final Fight. Don't get me wrong, I spent MANY 20p coins playing this in the arcades back in the day but if it hadn't been for the Turtles license i probably wouldn't have bothered.
#12
hamsterpig
rqmusicfan
Oh god, that's a blast from the past - I had this on the Spectrum and the little anti-piracy code book with black print on brown paper you had to thumb through every time you started the game up. Ah, memories


That was a different Turtle game mate I had same one on the Amstrad, ended up losing the the manual with the codes in so could no longer play the game. :(


Aaaww I was hoping it was the 1989 home system game...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Teenage_Mutant_Ninja_Turtles_%281989_video_game%29

Edited By: rqmusicfan on Mar 02, 2011 22:49
#13
What is your favourite nostalgia game currently on xbox live? or what would you like to see on there?
Mine is SWOS really good port. love to see settlers 1 come to it as well or dune maybe
#14
heat added

i still own the original version of this on the NES, downloaded anyway, brill game
#15
rqmusicfan
hamsterpig
rqmusicfan
Oh god, that's a blast from the past - I had this on the Spectrum and the little anti-piracy code book with black print on brown paper you had to thumb through every time you started the game up. Ah, memories


That was a different Turtle game mate I had same one on the Amstrad, ended up losing the the manual with the codes in so could no longer play the game. :(


Aaaww I was hoping it was the 1989 home system game...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Teenage_Mutant_Ninja_Turtles_%281989_video_game%29


I played that version on the Amiga, good times.

Edited By: petercrab on Mar 03, 2011 01:22
#16
jamsk1
What is your favourite nostalgia game currently on xbox live? or what would you like to see on there?
Mine is SWOS really good port. love to see settlers 1 come to it as well or dune maybe

SWOS was/is brilliant. I'd like to see more old amiga games brought back to life, esp syndicate or cannon fodder. A remake of Snatcher on the old mega-cd would be good too.
As for this game is that how it looked in the arcade machine cos I remember it looking better?maybe rose tinted glasses
#17
rqmusicfan
Oh god, that's a blast from the past - I had this on the Spectrum and the little anti-piracy code book with black print on brown paper you had to thumb through every time you started the game up. Ah, memories

You've got a good memory, I had that game but completely forgot about it. Mind you I was only 7 at the time! :D
#18
negbobsquarepant
rqmusicfan
Oh god, that's a blast from the past - I had this on the Spectrum and the little anti-piracy code book with black print on brown paper you had to thumb through every time you started the game up. Ah, memories


You've got a good memory, I had that game but completely forgot about it. Mind you I was only 7 at the time! :D


I was 5 in 1989 lol, but I suppose I might have got the game in 1990 so that would have made me 6
#19
hamsterpig
rqmusicfan
Oh god, that's a blast from the past - I had this on the Spectrum and the little anti-piracy code book with black print on brown paper you had to thumb through every time you started the game up. Ah, memories


That was a different Turtle game mate I had same one on the Amstrad, ended up losing the the manual with the codes in so could no longer play the game. :(


I had that one for the cpc too.. came with some pin badges and stickers too iirc.

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