Abandonned Games On Gp32

Discussion in 'News zone' started by slubman, Feb 29, 2004.

  1. goop

    goop Still Fresh

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    Hmm, i think Radium looks like shit :blink:

    Almost all of the RPGs look amazing though. Still want to see a Metal Slugish game on the GP32, would fit the system perfectly.
     
  2. Evil_Cartman

    Evil_Cartman I am made of jellay.

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    FLASH PLAYER?????????????????????????????????????????????

    is it out
     
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  3. ThndrShk2k

    ThndrShk2k The Awesome Guru

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    no, never released

    and hooka was being sarcastic
     
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  4. The Mole

    The Mole Member

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    URM its on the way, have you not seen the short Metal Slug demo?
     
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  5. Blaine0002

    Blaine0002 Member

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    Goddess saga looks AWESOME!
     
  6. c0ncept

    c0ncept H.R. Gigers wet dream

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    all the RPG's look REALLY good. Ah well...

    prays for Euro release... :p
     
  7. Twinbee

    Twinbee Tales From The Big Room

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    Goddess Saga looks VEEEEEEEEEERY nice...
     
  8. kknd_cf

    kknd_cf La vieille dame et les pigeons

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    gawd dam thtz annoyin they're well pro, loved the look of the chess 1z. Oh well what was once a dream is know just a blur in the past..............
     
  9. stickofjoy

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    I'm sure that tennis game was released for an ADIC competition?

    matt
     

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