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Images of items I have purchased.

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Zefan, Jun 29, 2016.

  1. firstborn

    Mobster

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    Thanks - I may try them for some steaks and some ribs.
     
  2. R-evans

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    Shouldn't be a problem for me, I rarely make phone calls at all and definitely try not to make them in public if I can.
     
  3. robfosters

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    Thought I’d treat myself to......
    • UNSURPASSED 64 BIT GRAPHICS!
    • CD QUALITY SOUND!
    • AWESOME RUNNING SPEED!
    In all seriousness, this is probably my favourite console of all time.

    [​IMG]
     
  4. Wizzfizz

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    Ultra 64!

    I still have mine in the loft somewhere. I remember saving week in, week out for about two years to get that as a kid. Good times indeed
     
  5. randomshenans

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    Best console of my generation that
     
  6. robfosters

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    Nintendo dropped the ultra just before it was released
     
  7. robfosters

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    4 players sessions round my mates with Goldeneye and ISS64, that’s what it was all about.
     
  8. Wizzfizz

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    I know that
     
  9. randomshenans

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    YES! I remember we once used my mates dad's projector (was well flash for back then, he had a drug rep role at Pfizer so used it for work) and projected it on his massive white garage wall at the end of his garden and we did 4 player golden eye!
     
  10. vanpeebles

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    I still have all my pal n64 games, love wave race and cheesy san francisco rush :D
     
  11. Siliconslave

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    I mean, conkers was alright but it was no Saturn...
     
  12. Maccy

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    @Vince kindly supplied me with an N64 not long ago, still proudly sat under the tv :D
     
  13. mrbell1984

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  14. D3K

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    Not sure if serious. Mario 64, Zelda OoT, Majoras Mask, Waverace 64, Smash Bros, Goldeneye, ISS, Mario Kart were all better than anything the Saturn had and these are just off the top of my head
     
  15. mrbell1984

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    Hell yes!!!!
     
  16. Arcane

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    Doom 64 was also great on the N64.
     
  17. Maccy

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    Shame the N64 looks so bad on modern TVs :(
     
  18. MikeTheNative

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    Revolutionary controller? So revolutionary that no one has done anything near like that again. :p
     
  19. AndyCr15

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    True, I realised quickly I needed to leave Goldeneye in my rose tinted memories, rather than play it again on a nice big modern TV...
     
  20. Invertigo

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    Was it not the first console to use an analogue thumbstick on the controller? Seem to remember the PS1 didn't have the dualshock controller until later on in it's cycle