Well, i just tough that i can make posts about the stuff i got and my inputs of those:
Today i went into an indoors Swap Meet and i was only expecting to spend 200 mexican pesos, because that was my allowance (i am saving for something i want to show you in the future, and disprove what certain individual has being spewing) .
Most Locals had only crappier games like Scooby-Doo and Sports games, and at prices that might seem fair to some people, like 180 pesos for SNES games, (around 14 dollars at the time the exchange was, yes, it is that fucking bloated), but after i went to several places, including a booth who used to had SNES and Super Famicom games, i finally came across at a booth that i knew since 2007, and years ago, way back 2009, i noticed a game called Brawl Brothers that seemed like a Beat-em-up, for the SNES, that i wanted to bought, but it was at 160 pesos at the time.
Little that i realized is that this game, along with Rival Turf, a game that i remember playing with my cousin in the nice weathered Tijuana when i was a kid, which was a Final Fight clone, but a decent one, and another game that i didn’t even knew it existed (The Peace Keepers), were all part of the same Franchise:
The Rushing Beat trilogy, a series of games that was parallel to the Final FIght and Streets of Rage series:
Also i learned that you can switch to the Japanese version of Brawl Brothers (known as Rushing Beat Ran) via a code at the Jaleco logo screen, just keep pressing in this order: B,A,X,Y consecutively, then you will get a glitchy title screen, push start, then down 3 times and start again, so you access the options menu, and then return and…..
The only downside is that if you let the Demo play out and end or you press start during it, the game resets and reverts back to the american version, which freatures one of the most lame title screens i saw on an SNES game.
I Might tell you more about it once i play the game:
Next is Air Buster, an horizontal shoot-em-up much in the veins of Gradius and R-Type, and good damn, i made the choice of buying the game, my 1st impressions were really nice, starting for the fact that i been dying for playing on my Genesis a shooter game, especially since i been reading that the Genesis was technically THE console for Shooters, and of course, being one of the poor souls that wishes to come across a cheap dirt or at the very least reasonble priced copy of MUSHA / Super Aleste, i’d say Air Buster is a good alternative, it plays nice, it doesnt seem to difficult, and that music……damn it listen to it!
See, This is what Fucking Genesis Music is really like!, not that misleading Whiny Fart-Fests of Ear Rape that games like Jurrasic Park Rampage Edition or the Genesis port of Maximun Carnage or any other Gems abomination, THIS IS REAL GENESIS MUSIC GUYS!.
Also this game is a port of an arcade game, and it was known as Aero blasters on the PC Engine, and the Genesis port seems pretty good, also is 2 co-op mode!.
And Finally Herzog Zwei, i tought the title was Chinese, but is actually German or something like that, now ill be honest, i was quite disappointed at seeing it was a shoot-em-up per say, but a strategy like game, so i really don’t have anything to say for now, other that i wish to know how much “rarer” this game is, since i actually assumed it was in the same veins as MUSHA.
Well, i think that’s it for now.