Alex Kidd Revival

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Alex Kidd Revival

Postby Zap! » Wed Dec 23, 2009 3:24 am

One burning question that will remain with him until his dying days....."Was my victory really worth the price I had to pay?"

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Re: Alex Kidd Revival

Postby Rob » Sun Dec 27, 2009 1:59 am

I'm glad to see pretty much any retro revival, but I just never cared for Alex Kidd. I always felt like he was a poor man's Mario.

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Re: Alex Kidd Revival

Postby Zap! » Sun Dec 27, 2009 4:45 am

Rob wrote:I'm glad to see pretty much any retro revival, but I just never cared for Alex Kidd. I always felt like he was a poor man's Mario.


In 1987, I liked the Kidd better than Mario. I felt AK In Miracle World was graphically superior and more challenging than SMB. I was also a big fan of AK High Tech World, and his only Genesis game, AK Enchanted Castle. AK The Lost Starts was alright, but not like the rest. Never played Shinobi World. A darn shame we never got to see a 3-D AK, a'la Mario 64. :Alex-Punch:
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Re: Alex Kidd Revival

Postby Egoryshkawe » Mon Jun 09, 2014 6:11 am

Thank you for the informative posts.


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