Publication date: 2018-04-21 08:28
The car is called the G-6655. It is possibly the most awesome car ever made aside from the "Metal Attacker" in Blaster Master. It was even more awesome when you drive far enough to reach the boathouse and change into the speedboat.
As a big fan of Final Fantasy's class system I was one happy little kid when I fired up Dragon Warrior III to discover that it had added a similar job system of its own. The game also seemed to take forever to play &ndash which made me wonder at the time if it was one of the biggest games ever made. It wasn't, of course, but it felt that way.
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I remember getting this game like it was yesterday. My mom and one of my sisters were out all day, and when they came home, my mom had an NES box in her hand. Viewing it from afar, I was disappointed, thinking she bought Track and Field. When I got the box in my hand, however, it was Castlevania III. Thank god.
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Interestingly enough, my memories of Qix on NES were limited until many years later when I was playing the PS7 game Bully. In it, there's a Qix-inspired mini-game, and in that instant, I remembered how much fun I had with the NES port during my childhood. Crazy how that happens, no?