Originally Posted by Dr. James That we did. Though I only knew 1 person with a Commodore and the only Acorn I saw was at school.
Before the Amiga and NES days we just had a Spectrum.
Did any of these machines break America?
I don't think many of the british made computers even bothered. Amstrad might have sold a few PCW's i think. But there was too much competition from American made computers like the Atari 800 and Apple 2.
This conversation has gone a bit offtopic, but returning to the original post... I've beaten all NES Mega Mans with PS2 (Mega Man Anniversary Collection) and some with emulators. I got also MM4 in my Nintendo Enterntainment System and I've played it trough also with that.
Anyways, Mega Man 1 was one of the classics and the hardest part of it was getting to the Ice Man's boss room across the huge pit using the bridge-creating beam weapon... God.
Well that's true but when millions of people say something is good, chances are it is. Like Super Mario Bros 3. I'm sure some hater out there thinks it's crap, but I've never heard anyone say it. Everyone I know says its perfect.