Originally Posted by GregoryRasputin
- 1992 - Kirby's Dream Land
- 1993 - Kirby's Adventure
- 1993 - Kirby's Pinball Land
- 1995 - Kirby's Block Ball
- 1996 - Kirby Super Star
- 1999 - Super Smash Bros.
- 2001 - Super Smash Bros. Melee
- 2002 - Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land
- 2003 - Kirby Air Ride
- 2005 - Meteos
- 2005 - Kouchuu Ouja: MushiKing -- Greatest Champion e no Michi
- 2008 - Super Smash Bros. Brawl
- 2012 - Kid Icarus: Uprising
- TBA - Super Smash Bros.
Like someone earlier said, if this was Kojima. Nobody would've complained. But this guys work is easily as important as kojima's.
Bit of a boob move to keep *everything* on a hdd though. Esp the 60gbs. Mine got yanked out and reprovisioned as a wii hdd. It randomly just stopped working. Know who made it? Seagate.
I run a computer repair business. And I've worked as desktop support for a major media company in the past too. I should know better than to trust seagates. In all my years... I'd say that seagates presented an easy 80% of the dead drives I've had to extract from machines. Maxtors represented alot too. Never seen a samsung with an issue... and very few western digital's have been as unlucky.
So yeah, Avoid seagate. I don't care how long your seagate has been running well... I'm giving a fair warning.
Honestly though... his PS1 saves? lol. I don't horde my old save games. I play a game till I finish it, and then its save becomes pointless.