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Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by Josh Ryan, Feb 24, 2003.
Ohhh the memories!
I always wanted to shoot that dog when i failed
its just not the same without sound and the orange gun
the orange gun oWnZ. those nintendo games were pretty cool.
Meh... I can play it whenever I want on my 8-bit NES WITH my orange gun I might add. Who's living in the past now? Playstation II... X box... whatev.
Frickin dog is always laughing at me. If I could shoot that damn dog I would.
I personally loved the super nintendo super scope bazzoka thing
I never tried the bazooka....but I think every game peripheral strives to be what the Nintendo gun was...most don't do so hot.
the Guncon was pretty nice though.
That's like my brother who always shot the hostages in Choplifter...
hell yeah, i would throw my gun at the tv sometimes at that bitch
Orange gun? Wow, you guys had it fancy. I just had the plain old grey gun. I got my Nintendo way back, just after they stopped coming with that weird robot thing with the spinner.
What was really fun was the big Power Pad thingey that you were supposed to run on for games like Track n' Feild, but instead you just got lazy and sat on the floor and beat the pads with your hands.
The grey gun is the original. I guess that the orange gun was so that nobody would mistake the gun for a real gun, or something.
what weird robot thing with the spinner?
Waaaaaaayyy back when Nintendo first came out, there was this odd robot thing that I guess was supposed to work with some games (I've never seen one in person), and it twisted left to right if I remember correctly with some sort of disc. It was in the really old commercials for Nintendo.
The robot worked with the game Gyromite. There were rumours of a second robot game, but I never saw it, and don't remember the title.
I had the damn robot. It would twist, but it didn't quite line up, thus rendering the game almost impossible. I had the grey gun.
Yup. Grey gun for me. I've still got my Atari, NES, Sega Genesis, PS2 and XBox. I've got plenty of old school games at my disposal.