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Theme for November's Together Retro?

Poll ended at Mon Oct 14, 2019 9:50 pm

Every Luigi Has His Day
8
21%
Rare's Golden Age
7
18%
Do Or Do Not; There Is No Try
8
21%
Licensed For Speed
7
18%
Working Designs Games
8
21%
 
Total votes : 38
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Re: November 2019 Together Retro Poll

by noiseredux Tue Oct 15, 2019 8:10 am

I think you should pick. I fear another week would result in another tie.
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Re: November 2019 Together Retro Poll

by Markies Tue Oct 15, 2019 7:36 pm

So, I did vote in my own thread. I voted for Luigi and Working Designs and both of them tied with Star Wars. I am going to decide between them.

With the amount of chatter that was brought early on in the thread, I think it is clear what some people really wanted. I didn't hear many people talk about Luigi, so I wonder if people were voting just to get all of them to tie.

It is the category that I wanted to win and the one that was talked about most.

The winner is....

Working Designs Games!
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Re: November 2019 Together Retro Poll

by noiseredux Wed Oct 16, 2019 9:28 am

cool, cool. I was gonna be happy with any result. In this case, I have a copy of Miami Law on its way. This is a game I never heard of until you made this thread, so it'll be interesting!
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Re: November 2019 Together Retro Poll

by CFFJR Thu Oct 17, 2019 4:49 am

Markies wrote:With the amount of chatter that was brought early on in the thread, I think it is clear what some people really wanted. I didn't hear many people talk about Luigi, so I wonder if people were voting just to get all of them to tie.


Er...feeling guilty now, heh. Well I know I contributed to that at the end there and joked about it, so for what it's worth, I did genuinely vote for what I wanted to win.
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Re: November 2019 Together Retro Poll

by opa Thu Oct 17, 2019 8:37 am

Looks like Working Designs put out some shmups and mech games. I'll probably go with one of those.
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Re: November 2019 Together Retro Poll

by marurun Thu Oct 17, 2019 10:34 am

If you don't mind playing a short RPG with crappy, even broken, mechanics, I have to recommend Cosmic Fantasy 2 on the TurboGrafx-16. The translation is... VERY WD, but the core story is quite amusing and it has a trope subversion core to the plot that's actually quite interesting.
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Re: November 2019 Together Retro Poll

by Markies Thu Oct 17, 2019 7:52 pm

CFFJR wrote:
Markies wrote:With the amount of chatter that was brought early on in the thread, I think it is clear what some people really wanted. I didn't hear many people talk about Luigi, so I wonder if people were voting just to get all of them to tie.


Er...feeling guilty now, heh. Well I know I contributed to that at the end there and joked about it, so for what it's worth, I did genuinely vote for what I wanted to win.


Don't worry about it. That wasn't a shot at you or anybody in particular. As long as you voted for what you wanted, then I have nothing to complain about.

Overall, it was my decision, but I also took the discussion as a part of it as well. People seemed to be really excited for the Working Designs category while I didn't hear anybody talk about Luigi. So, I figured people would be more excited for Working Designs.
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