Last time I had my bestie Becki (NinjaBrite) over we decided to make a youtube film! And she agreed on playing some retro video games with me! (We usually only play Xbox together) So I was thrilled and pulled out the worst games I could think of ;D No but I actually hadn’t really tried these games out, and it said it was multiplayer so we just went for it ^_^ And we ended up having a LOT of fun! Even with the most boring of games ;D
Check out the video here! :D
The first game we played was Dragon the Bruce Lee Story. This was a co-op beat’em up kind of game. The controls were kind of stiff, and the stages were kind of boring and didn’t change much (then again we didn’t make it very far ;D), and worst of all, the game had no music past the intro!! I guess they ran out of space on the cartridge >_< sucky…
Then we went on to play Sega World Tournament Golf which was extremely entertaining!! Probably mostly because it sucked haha, but we had fun and went all in ;D Unfortunately also a game that lacked music.. and it gets extremely repetitive.. and green…
Lastly we ended up playing Super Monaco GP (which we both love for the Sega Mega Drive / Genesis, but the Master System version was something completely different!!) Also no music, and extremely annoying sound effects and the shittiest controls I’ve ever experienced!! >_<
Hope you enjoy the video, and if anyone has suggestions of what you would like to see us play next time then let me know in the comments ^_^ Also if you have instagram check out our account @Geeky_Gals for random geekery ^_^
OK, the Sega Master System has lots of great games but two player games?… I’m trying to think of some good ones and I’m not coming up with anything…
Ah, Quartet and Double Dragon are two players! Maybe you should try those next time.
When it was new I completed loved Quartet. Now it feels a bit stiff but it’s still a good game. Hard but not too hard. You will beat it if you keep at it. But you really have to work together or you’ll end up killing each other. And… wait for it… It has a sound track! You’ll get to listen to some cool 8-bit tunes while you play. Level one totally rocks :)
Oh Quartet! That could be interesting ^_^ And a soundtrack?! that’s amazing ;D
You could try Rampart which has a 2-player versus mode, or Gauntlet which has a co-op mode.
Thanks! Thankfully I have them both ^__^
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