The Legendary Starfy

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  1. Scrapper6

    Scrapper6 Lord of Constructicons

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    Who's getting this game and what do you think about it?
     
  2. McBradders

    McBradders James Franco Club! Moderator

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    Can you at least pad your post out with some details, it might drum up some interest at least.
     
  3. Chrono Grimlock

    Chrono Grimlock Perfect By Nature

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    Opticron Primal Comin' up OOOs!

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    I think this is his first US game. Starfy has had alot of games in Japan.
     
  5. Prowl

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    All I can imagine is that character from that old Genesis game.
     
  6. McBradders

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    Ristar.

    Oh Nintendo, when will you stop ripping off the true innovators, I wonder?
     
  7. magmatron

    magmatron Hyper Sentinel Force!

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    I remember him. Good thing Sega dosent.
     
  8. Scrapper6

    Scrapper6 Lord of Constructicons

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    Ristar has hands and feet, Starfy does not, at least not the same type of hands and feet. Starfy is more akin to Kirby then Ristar as far as cute cuddly protagonists of platformers go.

    Personally I look forward to this game, it'll be a neat little change of pace from all the Pokemon training I've been up to of late, plus there aren't as many platformers on the DS I can seem to find. Or at least not that many left available at Wal-Mart or other stores it's like they can't be bothered to keep anything in stock. Just the cheap shovelware or the huge popular types.
     
  9. Prowl

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    Do you have any links to images or info?
     
  10. Scrapper6

    Scrapper6 Lord of Constructicons

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    Me personally no, at least nothing to offer aside from the Wikipedia link and that already posted in this thread by Chrono Grimlock. :( 
     
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    Oh crap, I didn't see that. Chrono Grimlock must have phased in time. I'll check it out.
     

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