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MSYS in old anime

Post#1 » Mon Aug 06, 2012 7:28 am

was watching a Red Photon Zillion ep today & at some point one of the chars is playing a msys :lol:

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Post#2 » Thu Apr 18, 2013 2:21 pm

What the heck.
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Post#3 » Thu Apr 18, 2013 5:36 pm

Interesting that it's a Master System and not a SEGA Mark III!

Anyway, I remember hearing that SEGA had a fair bit of involvement in Zillion. Opa Opa is supposedly in it too. There were also two Master System games based on the series. I've only got Zillion II for my Master System, which people seem to consider the far worse game, but I had some fun with it.

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Post#4 » Thu Apr 18, 2013 6:10 pm

I think it's time to revisit this anime. Been wanting to get back into watching this kind of stuff, but can't seem to get into anything new. 80's - 00's were the best.
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Post#5 » Fri Apr 19, 2013 2:13 am

Jinx wrote:I think it's time to revisit this anime. Been wanting to get back into watching this kind of stuff, but can't seem to get into anything new. 80's - 00's were the best.


^this

there's the occasional new thing that is watchable, but most new shit newadays is just...well shit ;)

I'm a 70's -late 90's anime fan myself. maybe we should have an anime thread, that usually goes hand in hand with gamers ;)
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Post#6 » Fri Apr 19, 2013 2:41 am

mazonemayu wrote:^this

there's the occasional new thing that is watchable, but most new shit newadays is just...well shit ;)

I'm a 70's -late 90's anime fan myself. maybe we should have an anime thread, that usually goes hand in hand with gamers ;)


I really need to get back into it. I haven't watched anything since Brotherhood came out, and even then I really wasn't into it anymore.
Now-a-days I just tend to wait for the next Evangelion movie. I had quite a few in my backlog, but It's been so long, I've nearly forgotten them all. I think I'll put together a list and try to go through it like I used to do. It's hard when you have a kid that hogs the TV, and a girlfriend who doesn't like watching TV.

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Post#7 » Fri Apr 19, 2013 4:01 am

I think Soul Eater is the newest anime that I really enjoyed. It's kind of in the same group as something like Gurren Lagann where I'll openly admit that it's very silly, it's at least having a fun time being silly, and that's what makes it enjoyable. Ending was rubbish, though.

As far as what was the best era for anime is, I'd probably say late 90s to early 00s.

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Post#8 » Fri Apr 19, 2013 5:54 am

let's conitnue here :)
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Post#9 » Sun May 05, 2013 9:06 pm

Not an anime, but I remembered seeing this when I was watching The Regular Show.
Need to catch up on the newer episodes.

I freaked out and told my girlfriend, but she was unimpressed at the time. She had never seen any Sega consoles until I showed her my Dreamcast. She grew up in a strict Nintendo only household. :P
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Post#10 » Tue May 07, 2013 7:39 pm

I have never seen a master system in real life ever. Not at game shops, fleamarkets, or friend's houses. Same with the various turbografx consoles. I think I've at least seen most of everything else that was reasonably available since the mid 1980s though - even other off beat systems such as atari lynx, neogeo pocket, etc.

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