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Game Cube

Chibi-Robo: Complete
Donkey Kong Jungle Beat: Complete and finished
Donkey Konga: Complete and finished
Donkey Konga 2: Complete and finished
Eternal Darkness Sanity's Requiem: Complete
F-Zero GX: Complete
Geist: Complete
The Legend Of Zelda Four Swords Adventure: Complete
Metroid Prime with Metroid Prime 2 Echoes bonus disc: Complete and finished
Metroid Prime 2 Echoes: Complete and finished
Phantasy Star Online Episode 1 & 2: Complete and finished
Soul Calibur 2: Complete and finished
SSX On Tour: Complete
Super Bubble Pop: Complete


Wii

Battalion Wars 2: Complete
The Bigs: Complete
Da Blob: Complete
Endless Ocean: Complete
Geometry Wars Galaxies: Complete
Ghost Squad: Complete
House Of The Dead 2 & 3 Return: Complete and finished
The Legend Of Zelda Twilight Princess: Complete and finished
Links Crossbow Training: Complete and finished
Metroid Prime 3: Corruption: Complete and finished
Okami: Complete on loan to Josh
Speed Racer: Complete
SSX Blur: Complete on loan to Josh
Super Mario Galaxy: Complete on loan to Josh
Super Smash Bros. Brawl: Complete and finished
Wii Play: Complete and finished
Wii Sports: Complete and finished
Zack & Wiki Quest For Barbaros' Treasure: Complete


Wii Ware

Art Style: Orbient:
Bit.Trip Beat:
Bit.Trip Core:*
Lost Winds:
Mega Man 9:
Onslaught:


Virtual Console

ActRaiser:
Beyond Oasis:
Blazing Lazers:
F-Zero: Finished
F-Zero X: Finished
Galaga '90:
Golden Axe: Finished
Gunstar Heroes: Finished
Kid Icarus: Finished
Kirby's Adventure: Finished
The Legend of Zelda:
The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past:
Mario Kart 64: Finished
Metroid: Finished
Ninja Gaiden:
Pac-Man:
Phantasy Star II:
Ristar:
River City Ransom:
Sin & Punishment:
Sonic the Hedgehog 2: Finished
StarTropics: Finished
Street Fighter II Turbo: Hyper Fighting: Finished
Super Mario Bros.: Finished
Super Mario Bros: The Lost Levels:
Super Mario Bros. 2: Finished
Super Mario Bros. 3: Finished
Super Mario World:
Super Metroid: Finished
Virtua Fighter 2:
Zelda II - The Adventure of Link: Finished


Game Boy

Metroid II Return Of Samus: Complete and finished


Game Boy Advance

F-Zero GP Legend: Complete
Metroid Zero Mission: Complete and finished
Metroid Fusion: Complete and finished


Nintendo DS

Big Bang Mini: Complete
Brain Age: Complete
Castlevania Dawn Of Sorrow: Complete and finished
Castlevania Portrait Of Ruin: Complete and finished
Chrono Trigger: Complete
Clubhouse Games: Complete
Contra 4: Complete
Dementium: The Ward: Complete
Geometry Wars Galaxies: Complete
Kirby Canvas Curse: Complete and finished
Lock's Quest: Complete
Lost In Blue: Complete
Lost In Blue 2: Complete
Mario Kart DS: Complete and finished
Meteos: Complete and finished
Metroid Prime Hunters: Complete and finished
Metroid Prime Hunters: First Hunt: Complete and finished
Metroid Prime Pinball with rumble pack: Complete and finished
Moon: Complete on loan to Nick
N+: Complete
Nanostray 2: Complete
Retro Game Challenge: Complete
Ridge Racer DS: Complete
Scurge Hive: Complete and finished
Sonic Rush: Complete and finished
Super Mario 64 DS: Complete
Tetris DS: Complete and finished
Trace Memory: Complete and finished
True Swing Golf: Complete and finished
The World Ends With You: Complete


Playstation

Alone In The Dark The New Nightmare: Complete
Alundra 2: Complete
Broken Sword II: The Smoking Mirror: Complete
Dance Dance Revolution: Complete and finished
Dance Dance Revolution Disney Mix: Complete and finished
Dance Dance Revolution Konamix: Complete and finished
Inuyasha: Complete
The Legend Of Dragoon: Complete and finished
Marvel VS. Capcom: Complete and finished
Myst: Complete
Oddworld: Abe's Exodus: Complete and finished
Riven The Sequal To Myst: No Manual
Spyro The Dragon: Complete and finished
Tall: Infinity: Complete
Wipeout: 3: Complete and finished
Worms Armageddon: Complete and finished


Playstation 2

Amplitude: Complete and finished
Beatmania: Complete
Blood Will Tell: Complete
Bombastic: Complete
DDRMAX Dance Dance Revolution: Complete and finished
Dance Dance Revolution Supernova: Complete
Echo Night Beyond: Complete
Flipnic: Complete
Frequency: Complete and finished
Future Tactics The Uprising: Complete and finished
God Of War: Complete and finished
Guitar Hero: Complete and finished
Guitar Hero Encore Rocks The 80's: Complete and finished
Half-Life: Complete on loan to Chris
Ico: Complete
Katamari Damacy: Complete
Lumines: Complete
Odin Sphere: Complete on loan to Chris
Ribbit King: Complete
Shadow Of The Colossus: Complete and finished
Shadow Of Destiny: Complete


X-Box

Advent Rising: Complete and finished
Oddworld Stranger's Wrath: Complete
Phantom Dust: Complete and finished


X-Box 360

Army Of Two: Complete and finished
Bioshock: Complete and finished on loan to Tom
Burnout Revenge: Complete
Dark Sector: Complete
Dead Space: Complete
Guitar Hero II: Complete and finished
Guitar Hero III Legends Of Rock: Complete
Guitar hero Aerosmith: Complete and finished
Guitar Hero World Tour: Complete
NBA Street Homecourt: Complete
The Orange Box: Complete
Ridge Racer 6: Complete
Rock Band: Complete
Rock Band AC/DC Live Track Pack Fan Pack: Complete and finished
Sega Superstars Tennis/X-Box Live Arcade Compilation: Complete
Sonic's Ultimate Genesis Collection: Complete


X-Box Live Arcade

A Kingdom For Keflings: Finished
Alien Hominid:
Braid: Finished
Castle Crashers: Finished
Catan:
Dishwasher Dead Samurai:
Magic The Gathering: Duels Of The Planeswalkers:*
Marble Blast Ultra:
Rez: Finished
The Maw: Finished


Guitar Hero III Legends Of Rock DLC

The Devil Went Down To Georgia: Charlie Daniels Band
I Am Murloc: L7oetc
Halo Theme MJOLNIR Mix: O'Donnell/Salvatori/Va
Slash Guitar Battle: Slash
We Three Kings: Steve Ouimette
Tom Morello Guitar Battle: Tom Morello
Top Gun Anthem: Unknown


Guitar Hero World Tour DLC

Anything: An Endless Sporadic
Born To Run: Bruce Springsteen
My Lucky Day: Bruce Springsteen
Sacrifice: The Expendables
Drive: Incubus
Your Face: Pepper
Jimi: Slightly Stoopid
The Touch: Stan Bush
Electro Rock: Sworn
Guitar Duel With Ted Nugent: Ted Nugent
Guitar Duel With Zack Wylde: Zack Wylde

Music Studio Content

Tetris OZMA TRIB: AKLLIES 08
Chemical Plant: Bambisaurus Rex
A Day In The Life: Erimgard
Castlevania Theme: HoboBobulus
Dr Mario Fever: I am Big M
Cell Theme: IIZIEIRIOII
Brinstar X: Keyser SOse
Kraid: kingsizewipes
Amazing: Neversoft
Bee: Neversoft
Bouree: Neversoft
FurElise: Neversoft
FutureFreak: Neversoft
Greensleeves: Neversoft
ILikeDirt: Neversoft
JamAndToast: Neversoft
LaNoche: Neversoft
LaserBop: Neversoft
MapleLeaf: Neversoft
Porto: Neversoft
RajaFunshine: Neversoft
RockHop: Neversoft
Rondo: Neversoft
StarSpangled: Neversoft
YandZ: Neversoft
Big Blue: Nysyare
F Zero X Medley: Nysyare
Mute City: Pimpmobile01
Chrono Trigger: Soup Not See
Kraid's Hideout: TheKnowingDirge
Brinstar: XxLambinatorxX



Rock Band DLC

More Than A Feeling: Boston
Peace Of Mind: Boston
My Hero: Foo Fighters
Times Like These: Foo Fighters
Sprode: Freezepop
Skullcrusher Mountain: Jonathan Coultan
Still Alive: Jonathan Coultan
Closer: Lacuna Coil
Swamped: Lacuna Coil
Simple Man: Lynyrd Skynyrd
Headphones On: Miranda Cosgrove
Wonderwall: Oasis
The Kids Aren't Alright: The Offspring
Black: Pearl Jam
Snow ((Hey Oh)): Red Hot Chili Peppers
Under The Bridge: Red Hot Chili Peppers
Limelight (Original Version): Rush
Charlene (I'm Right Behind You): Stephen And The Colberts
Promised Land: Vesuvius


Nintendo

Bionic Commando: Cartridge Only
Battletoads: Cartridge Only and finished
Castlevania: Cartridge Only
Cyber Stadium Series Base Wars: Cartridge Only and finished
Dragon Warrior: Cartridge Only
Ice Hockey: Cartridge Only and finished
Kid Icarus: Cartridge Only
Little Nemo The Dream Master: Cartridge Only and finished
Marble Madness: Cartridge Only and finished
Mega Man: Cartridge Only
Mega Man 2: Cartridge Only
Mega Man 3: Cartridge Only
Mega Man 4: Cartridge Only
Mega Man 6: No Box
Metroid (Yellow Label): Cartridge Only and finished
Metroid (Silver Label): Cartridge Only and finished
Ninja Gaiden: Cartridge Only
Star Voyager: Complete
Super Mario Bros./Duck Hunt: Cartridge Only and finished
Super Mario Bros. 3: No Box and finished
Star Tropics: No Box
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II The Arcade Game: Cartridge Only and finished
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III The Manhattan Project: Cartridge Only and finished
Tetris: No Manual and finished
Zelda II The Adventure Of Link: No Manual and finished


Super Nintendo

Battletoads/Double Dragon: Cartridge Only
Bust-A-Move: Cartridge Only
Castlevania IV: Cartridge Only
Clayfighter: Cartridge Only
Darius Twin: Cartridge Only
Final Fantasy Mystic Quest: Cartridge Only
F-Zero: Cartridge Only and finished
Game Genie: No Box
The Legend Of Zelda A Link To The Past: Complete
Pilotwings: Cartridge Only
Ranma 1/2 Hard Battle: Cartridge Only
Star Fox: Cartridge Only
Street Fighter 2: Cartridge Only and finished
Super Game Boy: Complete
Super Mario All Stars: Complete
Super Metroid: Complete and finished
Tetris 2: Cartridge Only
Yoshi's Island: Cartridge Only


Nintendo 64

F-Zero X: Complete and finished
Kirby 64 The Crystal Shards: Cartridge Only
The Legend Of Zelda Ocarina Of Time Collectors Edition: Complete
The Legend Of Zelda Majora's Mask Collectors Edition: Complete
Super Mario 64: Cartridge Only
Super Smash Bros.: Cartridge Only and finished


Sega Genesis

Castlevania Bloodlines: No Box
Eartworm Jim: Complete
Genesis 6-Pak: No Box
Game Genie: No Box
Sonic The Hedgehog 2: Complete and finished
Star Trek: The Next Generation: Cartridge Only
Vectorman: Complete and finished
Vectorman 2: Cartridge Only

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Welcome to Fanboy Weekly: Once More With Feeling Edition. For those that haven't checked it out yet I have been writing a new weekly feature for Game Observer. I thought I would repost the older issues so that those that haven't scoped it out yet can enjoy them and that hopefully you will all like it enough to head over to Game Observer to check the newer and current issues of Fanboy Weekly.



Welcome back to Fanboy Weekly. This week I would like to stop and say thank you to my favorite company, Nintendo. Thank you for what, you might ask. Pricing. In a generation of gaming that has seen a marked rise in cost, and therefore prices, Nintendo has managed to stay reasonable and I feel I should stop and thank them for the courtesy, and so should you.

Let’s start with the obvious: retail games. In a market where sixty bucks a pop is the norm Nintendo has kept their games to a max of fifty smackers. Now every once in a while I wouldn’t mind paying an extra ten dollars for a special edition, but that occasion hasn’t come up yet. It means a lot to me when a company respects the restrictions of my wallet. It also impresses me that Nintendo has even managed to encourage the release of retail games at budget prices as well. Seeing new games hitting shelves for forty or even thirty dollars thrills me to death.

What’s become a little less obvious is the fact that Nintendo also respects our digital dollar as well. Look at the Virtual Console; while I still think that five dollars is a little too much for NES games, on the whole there is still a lot of value to be had. I even think that there are enough fantastic deals and finds on the Virtual console that I’m willing to pay what they ask. That is both the downside and the upshot to a flat pricing system.

More importantly though, Nintendo doesn’t seem to overly-abuse their right to set prices on WiiWare like Microsoft has been doing in the last year or so. In fact I watched it happen on the 360 with great sadness. What’s worse is that I can pinpoint what made Microsoft think it was ok to start hiking prices on XBLA. It was Castle Crashers and Braid that did 360 owners in. Microsoft was just getting to the point where they thought, “Let’s see how far we can push our luck with pricing,” and it sadly coincided with those two releases. Castle Crashers and Braid were actually worth the extra cash, which resulted in being misread by Microsoft as willingness to suck it up for any and every game, so they made ten bucks a pop the standard.

Back to my point though, it thrills me to see major releases coming out on WiiWare and not using the ten dollar mark as a base line and keep getting more expensive from there. To see “must have” WiiWare releases like Bit.Trip Beat and the Art Style games popping out at only six dollars a piece is the best incentive anyone could give me to buy a download-only game. I have an easier time justifying paying the cash for these then I do ten-to-fifteen dollar games on XBLA, whether or not they are worth the money or not.

In conclusion, my wallet would like to take a minute to say “thank you” to Nintendo for showing it some respect, and would like to encourage all of your wallets to crawl out of your back pockets and say “thank you” to Nintendo as well. Until next week.

The Fanboy has spoken.



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