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Mark Cerny a Closer Look.

by spin the demon Wed Sep 15, 2010 12:33 pm

We have a new read about Mark Cerny if any of you would like to peep it.
(Please move if in the wrong place, I think this is where this should go.)
SEGA:32X,Saturn X2,DC X2 GG,NINTENDO: NES,SUPER NES X2,64,Gamecube,Game Player,Wii,GBA SP Virtual Boy X3, DS SONY: PS1/PS2 (Slim) PS1/PS3 (80 Gig no PS2) PSP(FAT&SLIM BOTH BLACK) Microsoft:XBOX, 360 JVC:X'EYE SNK: NEO-GEO POCKET TEC-TOY: PLAYPAL(MEGA&MASTER), MUGA MP3/GAME PLAYER NEC/HUDSON: Turbo Grafx 16 X2 Arcade Machine (Speed Rumbler,1986) Atari: Lynx, Flash Back. Clones: FC TWIN
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Re: Mark Cerny a Closer Look.

by D.D.D. Mon Sep 27, 2010 11:31 am

Damn! The list of games that guy has done... nice resume.
 (FC, AVFC, NES, SFC x2, SNES, N64, GC x2, Wii x2)*(G&W x7, GB, GBpocket, GBASP, DS-L x2)
(GEN, SS x3, DC x3)*(PCE-Duo)*(Xbox:500GB)*(NGCDZ, NGPC)*(PS1, PStwo, PS3:160GB, PSP.3K)
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