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Mr Do! gets a 5.5 average... read why. - November 02,1999 by JoseQ
Well I just posted a bunch of ReViews from Dorsola andI had to bring this up, as I'm sure it can start a very interesting thread in the comments here. Dorsola givesMr. Do an average rating of 5.5. This is a game manyconsider it as one of the biggest classics of all time.I'm sure many of you will have something to say on this.You may also want to read the other recently postedReViews; including games like: TMNT 2, Tetris, and Motos. Be sure to comment here and let everyone know your opinion on this. Please don't take this the wrong way, I'm not even saying if I agreewith Dorsola or not, since Mr. Do! and I never met while the game was new.I'm just trying to open up the comments board for a good and healthy discussion.

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Name: ray Posted: Saturday, November 6, 1999 - (21:43)
Subject: mr do
From:
Mr. do is one of the all time greats

It has great replay value, as I still play it mame, and probably one of the only classics I play on mame. It definitely came out after digdug, at first I though it was a digdug ripoff, but it had a lot of original ideas to set it apart. all the mr. do games were good except for wild ride which kinda sucked.
The diamond was one one the coolest things ever in the game.

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Name: mrchris Posted: Saturday, November 6, 1999 - (9:31)
Subject: Mr DO!
From:
Mr Do! is probably the best game of the early eighties and is number 2 or three of all time.
in no particular order:
Mr. Do!
Star Castle
Bomb Jack

All of theese games are simple, easy to control, easy on the eyes and ears and lots of fun!

I happen to like Mr Do!'s music.

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Name: Rick Posted: Friday, November 5, 1999 - (13:39)
Subject: Coleco
From:
I used to play Mr. Do! on my Colecovision for hours, when I was small. For its time, Mr Do! was one of the best games. In today's standards, it doesn't rate very high at all. But, it *was* a great game for its time! And *is* a classic!


Rick's Warehouse


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Name: Kase Posted: Friday, November 5, 1999 - (13:07)
Subject: Neo Mr Do
From:
I've never been a big fan of Mr Do, but the NeoGeo version is superb. It gets rid of the problem of repetitive music, has a multitude of power ups, many more levels than the originals and way tough monsters.

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Name: Brad Posted: Thursday, November 4, 1999 - (1:34)
Subject: Mr Do
From:
I was there for the original arcade release
and I'm afraid that I agree. I have never
been a fan of Mr Do! and like other
games of the same age much better!

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Name: C.C Posted: Thursday, November 4, 1999 - (1:33)
Subject: MrDo
From:
The Coleco version sucked - The 2600 one yet more

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Name: Dorsola Posted: Thursday, November 4, 1999 - (2:13)
Subject: Re: MrDo
From:
>The Coleco version sucked - The 2600 one yet more

To be honest, I'm rather partial to the Coleco version of Mr. Do! It's a lot easier on the eyes and the ears, in my opinion, even if it isn't nearly as impressive visually, aurally or otherwise.

The 2600 version sucked mainly because of the limitations of the hardware it was programmed for. Did you guys know that the VCS 2600 had 128 BYTES (not K!) of system RAM, NO Video RAM, and basically had to run everything off of pure opcodes? The vast majority of the games for the A2600 are 4K in size, no more. (Some are 8K and a few are a whopping 16K in size.)

It's next to impossible to find any computer program today that can run in that small of space without requiring much more support from the OS - yeah, there are 2K .COM files in DOS, but they still require at least about 60K or so of the most basic parts of DOS itself, and a 300K command interpreter, in order to run.

So be a little easy on the A2600. I have a great deal of respect for the people who designed some of those games - it is an incredible feat to write a game (even some of the more complex games) with that much visual detail, gameplay, sound and what not, on a system that limited. :)

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Name: firefoxx Posted: Thursday, November 4, 1999 - (0:26)
Subject: Mr. Do review
From:
Stand by your review. It's just your honest opinion. I think that Dig Dug is boring, and I'm not going to apologize for thinking that. Keep the reviews coming. They make for good reading!

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Name: Dorsola Posted: Thursday, November 4, 1999 - (2:15)
Subject: Re: Mr. Do review
From:
> Stand by your review. It's just your
>honest opinion. I think that Dig Dug is boring,
>and I'm not going to apologize for thinking
>that. Keep the reviews coming. They make for
>good reading!

Thanks for the feedback!

I think the general consensus is that Mr. Do! is the superior game when compared to Dig Dug. I stand by what I said about the technical merits (or lack thereof), but I still want to redo the ReView if for no other reason than to clarify my viewpoint - not because I'm getting slammed for it, but because I don't think what I submitted initially was correct.

Anyway, thanks for the encouragement. :)

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Name: MrDo (in the UK) Posted: Wednesday, November 3, 1999 - (20:49)
Subject: Mr DO! review + others
From:
Well I use the nic aswell so do many others and the more the merrier:) See my postings on the joystick articles in the past week.

This this reviewer mad????:) THIS GAME IS MARVELLOUS!!! I play it nearly everyday... and loved it since it came out in 1982 when I was 10. We met (Mr DO! arcade game and I) when I was 10 and thanks to emulation we continue a meaningfull realtionship of gameplay:)

The game also exists in the basement of Casino arcade next to Goodge Street Tube in Central London if anyone in London is interested (more info that you needed to know I sure:)

Jose - posting about new reviews in the news is a good idea... otherwise I many may not have notice this super side to your site.

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Name: Posted: Saturday, November 6, 1999 - (6:09)
Subject: Re: Mr DO! review + others
From:
I totally agree. This has to be one of the best games I have ever played. It is hard to put your finger on just why it is so good. I think it is because the game play is so well tuned and that it is non-linear - there are just so many ways to complete a screen. I would love to know who the programmer is ....

I know the arcade you mean - I used to hang out there years ago when I visited London. Happy days !!!

Gary


>The game also exists in the basement of Casino arcade next to Goodge Street Tube in Central London if anyone in London is interested (more info that you needed to know I sure:)
>
>Jose - posting about new reviews in the news is a good idea... otherwise I many may not have notice this super side to your site.
>

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Name: Mr. Do Posted: Wednesday, November 3, 1999 - (20:12)
Subject: Mr. Do
From:
First off, yes, this is the name I use on every EMU messageboard I visit. It's even part of my e-mail address. Jose, I've been thinking of being a part-time reviewer for some time now, and now I think I have a good reason to. I played this game daily when I was in junior high school at the local liquor store, and it has as much replay value now as it did then. I think I'll be sending you my own review soon.

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Name: Mike Smith Posted: Wednesday, November 3, 1999 - (16:50)
Subject: Mr. Do
From:
Mr.Do..eh..lets talk about congo bongo, now thats an awesome game. they ought to have more games with monkeys that gang up on you and kill you

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Name: duhmez Posted: Wednesday, November 3, 1999 - (15:01)
Subject: Mr. Do.
From:
Mr. Do is a big pile of monkey crap!

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Name: Dorsola Posted: Wednesday, November 3, 1999 - (12:30)
Subject: JoseQ, do this more often!
From:
Hey everyone - I want to rally some support and encouragement for our host. We exchanged a couple of e-mails last night and he gave me the impression that he felt it would be better to just occasionally plug the ReViews section without any comments in the future.

Seriously, I think I was way too harsh and misunderstanding when I initially reacted to this topic. Neither he nor I had intended to step on anyone's toes or hurt anyone's feelings in the process, and personally I think this kind of discussion board is a REALLY good idea. In fact, I've submitted a couple of suggestions on ways to improve the ReViews area, including implementing a user response area there, or at least a "Give your own rating" voting system for the games that are reviewed.

I understand that such features will require extensive modifications to the ReViews section, but I personally think it'd be well worth it! What do you guys think?

Please encourage JoseQ to not feel discouraged by this kind of news post. While I may not necessarily want to see my name up here all the time (and I certainly don't wanna mask out any of the other reviewers!), I do think this kind of discussion forum is really good and necessary here. :) Send JoseQ your messages (or post them here!) showing your support!

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Name: uzplayer Posted: Wednesday, November 3, 1999 - (19:12)
Subject: Re: JoseQ, do this more often!
From:
lol! At last someone that can be as honest as I am! :-)

- uzplayer -

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Name: JoseQ Posted: Wednesday, November 3, 1999 - (14:34)
Subject: Re: JoseQ, do this more often!
From:
Your wish is my command. :)

I really liked the idea... Coming soon to EmuViews, ROM Profiles with user posted ratings, comments, etc.

Keep the ideas coming!

JoseQ

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Name: Dorsola Posted: Wednesday, November 3, 1999 - (14:59)
Subject: Awesome!
From:
>I really liked the idea... Coming soon to
>EmuViews, ROM Profiles with user posted
>ratings, comments, etc.
>
>Keep the ideas coming!

Well, here's one other idea that I've been tossing around actually doing on my own website, but it would be cool here too: Sound clips. If people want to hear what the game actually sounds like, you could give 'em the ability to post a maximum 15-second sound clip in RealAudio or MP3 format. Emu+ (the unofficial MAME with different screen modes and CPU overclocking) supports WAV logging, so getting a capture of the sound wouldn't be too difficult for some of us. :)

But, of course, we need to ask how much this is worth. Take a look at the idea and voice your opinion. :)

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Name: JoseQ Posted: Wednesday, November 3, 1999 - (16:46)
Subject: Re: Awesome!
From:
Well that's a good idea, but I guess it would be useful when the bigger ROMs come into play since sound files are kind of big in themselves. With mp3 that could be solved. If people volunteer to send me mp3 sounds labeled after the ROM names, I'd inmediately add them to the ROM Profile page which I'm already working on! :) It would be neat to listen to the sounds while looking at the screenshots, specially for huge games.

What do you think? I'd like to keep them under 100K if possible.

JoseQ

>>I really liked the idea... Coming soon to
>>EmuViews, ROM Profiles with user posted
>>ratings, comments, etc.
>>
>>Keep the ideas coming!
>
>Well, here's one other idea that I've been tossing around actually doing on my own website, but it would be cool here too: Sound clips. If people want to hear what the game actually sounds like, you could give 'em the ability to post a maximum 15-second sound clip in RealAudio or MP3 format. Emu+ (the unofficial MAME with different screen modes and CPU overclocking) supports WAV logging, so getting a capture of the sound wouldn't be too difficult for some of us. :)
>
>But, of course, we need to ask how much this is worth. Take a look at the idea and voice your opinion. :)
>

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Name: Dorsola Posted: Wednesday, November 3, 1999 - (16:58)
Subject: Arcade Sound Files
From:
>Well that's a good idea, but I guess it would be
>useful when the bigger ROMs come into play since
>sound files are kind of big in themselves. With
>mp3 that could be solved. If people volunteer
>to send me mp3 sounds labeled after the ROM
>names, I'd inmediately add them to the ROM
>Profile page which I'm already working on! :)
>It would be neat to listen to the sounds while
>looking at the screenshots, specially for huge
>games.
>
>What do you think? I'd like to keep them under
>100K if possible.

I'll get right on it! :) You'd prefer MP3 to RealAudio format?

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Name: JoseQ Posted: Wednesday, November 3, 1999 - (17:53)
Subject: Definitely mp3 is preferred.
From:
I guess that most games would be OK with a 22Khz
mono strip right? That way the file would be smaller. :)

JoseQ

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Name: Dorsola Posted: Wednesday, November 3, 1999 - (18:06)
Subject: Re: Definitely mp3 is preferred.
From:
>I guess that most games would be OK with a 22Khz
>mono strip right? That way the file would be
>smaller. :)

Sounds good. (No pun intended in this case.) 22 KHz mono or even lower will do fine. :)

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Name: pjstroff Posted: Wednesday, November 3, 1999 - (10:59)
Subject: sad clown
From:
Mr. Do has harsh repetetive audio and less-than-spectacular graphics, but the gameplay is a wonderful mix of strategy and tactical manuvering. I can easily see where someone might turn their nose at it and not give it a chance because of the music and sound.

If there ever were a game that would benefit from a RetroFX treatment, this would be the one.

Dig Dug (which came out more-or-less at the same time - neither was a "ripoff" of the other!) is a prettier game but doesn't have half the strategy or replay value, IMO. It always bugs me when people bring up the two in the same sentence, since they are totally different games (and Dig Dug is far inferior, gameplay-wise ;)

Each of the Mr. Do sequals was a respectable, original, and clever.

I wouldn't mind seeing a DigDug vs. Mr. Do crossover someday. The hero of Dig Dug would be no match for a powerball!

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Name: xiaou2 Posted: Thursday, November 4, 1999 - (0:01)
Subject: Re: sad clown
From:

Good Man! :)

You hit it perfectly. Dig Dug isnt half as challenging and involving in gameplay as mr do.

There are so many more stratagies and possibilities.

Its amazing that even through all of the freedom and power you can have, the game is always perfectly ballenced in difficulty.

There are also more "Wow! I cant believe I pulled that off!" Things to get you going too :)

Play it again, and try to get as far as possible. It gets really insane - fast and furrious. Much Fun!!!

Peace All
:)



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Name: Dorsola Posted: Thursday, November 4, 1999 - (2:06)
Subject: Re: Re: sad clown
From:
> You hit it perfectly. Dig Dug isnt half as
>challenging and involving in gameplay as mr do.
>
> There are so many more stratagies and
>possibilities.

Once again, I'd like to point out that I didn't mean to say Mr. Do! *sucked* - I just wasn't too terribly happy with its technical merits, and I didn't take the time to write about its non-technical merits, of which there are quite a few. :)

> Its amazing that even through all of the
>freedom and power you can have, the game is
>always perfectly ballenced in difficulty.

Hmm... I beg to differ on that point. In the arcade version, I have a REALLY hard time making it past the second or third level. It seems that the characters get faster just a little too quickly for me.

I will agree, however, that Dig Dug is a much easier game and not nearly as interesting. My only comparison to Dig Dug was meant to be that the two games are virtually the same in overall structure, and (as far as I knew) Dig Dug was the first one out.

> There are also more "Wow! I cant believe I
>pulled that off!" Things to get you going too :)

True. :)

> Play it again, and try to get as far as
>possible. It gets really insane - fast and
>furrious. Much Fun!!!

As any good game should be. :) Thanks for the feedback.

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Name: Posted: Thursday, November 4, 1999 - (10:28)
Subject: Re: Re: Re: sad clown
From:
>In the arcade version, I have a REALLY hard time
>making it past the second or third level. It
>seems that the characters get faster just a
>little too quickly for me.

After the first two stages, you really have to start planning ahead to stand a chance. Mr. Do is no match for the swarm of enemies, especially when they are hot on his trail and speed up (they are faster than him, when in this "excited" state). The way to suceed is with cunning, setting up traps and slowing down the enemies at every turn. Don't rely on the powerball except for emergencies, since it takes longer and longer to return to you except when used against the cookie-monster lookalikes that come out with the "EXTRA." I've seen some good Mr. Do strategy pages out there. The best players (not me!) can routinely get up past stage 40, with a mix of quick manuvering and strategy.

Phil

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Name: BMan2 Posted: Wednesday, November 3, 1999 - (7:10)
Subject: Don't apologise .. ever
From:
Don't apologise or change your mind because of a first impression - they're usually the best ones. I got over 100 hate mails from my review of "Spy Hunter" when I said it was a crap game on MAME - which I still stand by.

Games are there so people can have different opinions - and to those who disagree - I'm sure Jose would love to see some good reviews from you too.

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Name: 007 Posted: Thursday, November 4, 1999 - (0:06)
Subject: Re: Don't apologise .. ever
From:

Spy Hunter is another incredible game! Unfortunatly, to those who do not have the correct controls (A steering wheel with trigger grips, analouge gas, and a two position shifter ) will definitly think the game sucks. (unless you have had the extreme privilage of playing a true sitdown, as I have! :)

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Name: Lord 13 Posted: Wednesday, November 3, 1999 - (6:54)
Subject: Mr. Do! MAY have been released b4 Dig Dug(nt)
From:

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Name: Lord 13 Posted: Wednesday, November 3, 1999 - (6:52)
Subject: Dorsola
From:
Are you the same Dorsola that had the Descent page???:)

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Name: Dorsola Posted: Wednesday, November 3, 1999 - (12:11)
Subject: Re: Dorsola
From:
>Are you the same Dorsola that had the Descent page???:)

That would be me. :) For those of you who are wondering, I run the official D2_3DFX FAQ on my website, located at a href=http://www.descent2.com/dorsola/d23dfx.htm .

It's great to see someone recognizes me. =) Thanks!

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Name: Dorsola Posted: Wednesday, November 3, 1999 - (12:22)
Subject: Grrr....
From:
>Are you the same Dorsola that had the Descent page???:)

That would be me. :) For those of you who are wondering, I run the official D2_3DFX FAQ on my website, located at http://www.descent2.com/dorsola/d23dfx.htm .

It's great to see someone recognizes me. =) Thanks!

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Name: Dorsola Posted: Wednesday, November 3, 1999 - (12:21)
Subject: Whoops, let's try that again
From:
>Are you the same Dorsola that had the Descent page???:)

That would be me. :) For those of you who are wondering, I run the official D2_3DFX FAQ on my website, located at .

It's great to see someone recognizes me. =) Thanks!

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Name: Lord 13 Posted: Wednesday, November 3, 1999 - (6:49)
Subject: Mr. Do!
From:
Great colors.(especially in later levels, which is motivation to keep on improving your game!)

Surprises (the diamond).

Neat tunes and jingles (the diamond sound, etc).

Maybe the best game ever created.


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Name: Stanimal Posted: Wednesday, November 3, 1999 - (6:14)
Subject: Mr. Do! Rating
From:
Please fire this guy Jose Q !!!!!!

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Name: JoseQ Posted: Wednesday, November 3, 1999 - (8:53)
Subject: Re: Mr. Do! Rating
From:
>Please fire this guy Jose Q !!!!!!
>

That's entirely out of the question. I can't deny him posting unique ReViews. Everybody is entitled to their opinion, and that includes ReViewers and visitors just like yourself.

I'm sure that for every game out there that 90% of the people just rate as a 10 out of 10, there's a 10% of people that equally hate it. That's why there's choices of colors, and different styles of games, and why people have different opinions. Else we'd live in a very boring world.

BTW, Crazy Climber sucks! =P

JoseQ

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Name: Trojie Posted: Wednesday, November 3, 1999 - (5:53)
Subject: I'd give Mr Do a 10!
From:
I'd give Mr Do a 10 out of 10 rating...

It's one of my all time faves

..nuff said ;)

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Name: jam Posted: Wednesday, November 3, 1999 - (19:01)
Subject: Re: I'd give Mr Do a 10!
From:
I agree, Mr Do rocks!

a true classic

>I'd give Mr Do a 10 out of 10 rating...
>
>It's one of my all time faves
>
>..nuff said ;)
>

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Name: Unabomber Posted: Wednesday, November 3, 1999 - (3:35)
Subject: I remeber Mr. Do New
From:
Back in like 86 maybe? It was in this Deer hunting Bear bar Up north on this cottage resort was the game i thought it was more then awesome at the time.

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Name: Dorsola Posted: Wednesday, November 3, 1999 - (1:11)
Subject: Okay Okay
From:
Alright, folks, I admit I was in a fairly bad mood when I wrote my Mr. Do review - perhaps JoseQ would be kind enough to remove this one and let me try again when I'm in better shape?

I didn't mean to come down so hard on it - I basically just reviewed this game based on its technical merits (of which I didn't think there were many) and sorta ignored the gameplay itself. Yes, I stick by what I said in that it does seem an awful lot like Dig Dug, but I admit that it is a fun game.

I do welcome your opinions, and I didn't mean in my review to say that Mr. Do! sucked. If anything, its Replay Value rating really deserves to be higher.

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Name: Lord 13 Posted: Wednesday, November 3, 1999 - (6:51)
Subject: Re: Okay Okay
From:
>Alright, folks, I admit I was in a fairly bad mood when I wrote my Mr. Do review - perhaps JoseQ would be kind enough to remove this one and let me try again when I'm in better shape?
>
>I didn't mean to come down so hard on it - I basically just reviewed this game based on its technical merits (of which I didn't think there were many) and sorta ignored the gameplay itself. Yes, I stick by what I said in that it does seem an awful lot like Dig Dug, but I admit that it is a fun game.
>
>I do welcome your opinions, and I didn't mean in my review to say that Mr. Do! sucked. If anything, its Replay Value rating really deserves to be higher.
>

Gameplay is where it's at! FuNk, I am playing Final Fantasy Anthology on PSX, which is 2 old SNES games! It sure isn't for the GFX!

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Name: JoseQ Posted: Wednesday, November 3, 1999 - (1:19)
Subject: Re: Okay Okay
From:
I've changed the topic since "Mr Do! sucks" was really my opinion based on the 5.5 rating, not really Dorsola's and people might misunderstand.

I can't remove the ReView Dorsola. I actually kind of agree on your take on it too.

JoseQ

>Alright, folks, I admit I was in a fairly bad mood when I wrote my Mr. Do review - perhaps JoseQ would be kind enough to remove this one and let me try again when I'm in better shape?
>
>I didn't mean to come down so hard on it - I basically just reviewed this game based on its technical merits (of which I didn't think there were many) and sorta ignored the gameplay itself. Yes, I stick by what I said in that it does seem an awful lot like Dig Dug, but I admit that it is a fun game.
>
>I do welcome your opinions, and I didn't mean in my review to say that Mr. Do! sucked. If anything, its Replay Value rating really deserves to be higher.
>

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Name: Dorsola Posted: Wednesday, November 3, 1999 - (1:47)
Subject: Re: Re: Okay Okay
From:
>I've changed the topic since "Mr Do! sucks" was
>really my opinion based on the 5.5 rating, not
>really Dorsola's and people might misunderstand.

Well, lemme clarify my point of view so people are clear. I'd said in my e-mail to JoseQ that Mr. Do! was one of the worst games ever made. I don't know WHAT I was smoking when I wrote it - I was extremely tired (and again a little PO'ed at something that had absolutely nothing to do with the game), and so the impression I sent him ended up not being what I had actually intended.

Also, my initial response (Hmm... Ouch) was a little out-of-line too. I misintepreted the purpose of Jose's posting this thread up - my initial reaction was that I was being attacked over my viewpoint, but after a little more thought I realized that the true purpose was to get the opinions of the rest of you guys. That's what this site really is all about. :) So I take back what I said earlier, and really do want to encourage you all to express your views about this game - does it suck? Or does it rock?

>I can't remove the ReView Dorsola. I actually
>kind of agree on your take on it too.

That's okay. What's said is said, and as you pointed out to me in e-mail, I shouldn't apologize for my own views of a game - if I don't like it, I don't like it, and that's that. In this case, the ReView I sent was a bit harsher than I would have written normally, so let this message thread be a way for me to follow up on it and express how I really feel. :)

Keep on rockin', dude!

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Name: dude Posted: Wednesday, November 3, 1999 - (9:45)
Subject: Re: Okay Okay
From:
Yes?

You called?

dude

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Name: Dorsola Posted: Wednesday, November 3, 1999 - (0:48)
Subject: Ack!
From:
Hmm... ouch.

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Name: Dorsola Posted: Wednesday, November 3, 1999 - (1:49)
Subject: Ignore this message
From:

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Name: xiaou2 Posted: Wednesday, November 3, 1999 - (0:19)
Subject: MrDo
From:
The Entire Mr.Do series has more gameplay, funfactor, and replay value than most all the games released in the last five years put together!


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Name: limp Posted: Wednesday, November 3, 1999 - (16:38)
Subject: Re: MrDo
From:
hey!
leave that poor guy alone!
the review is HIS opinion
you don't have to make everyone think like you
it is his right to think that Mr.Do is a crap game
oh yeah, and a "reader's review" section would be great
btw i think that the MK series (except mkII) is utter crap

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Name: Posted: Wednesday, November 3, 1999 - (1:00)
Subject: Re: MrDo
From:
> i think your crazy the last 5 years your nuts..

>
>

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Name: Elbowz Posted: Wednesday, November 3, 1999 - (11:21)
Subject: Re: Re: MrDo
From:
>i think your crazy the last 5 years your nuts..

I hate these kinds of message boards... no one will ever read this...

anyway, I'm not going to start this up because this is going to be "the classics" vs. the new stuff debate all over again... Mr. Do is a great game, if that's what you want. It is what I want so I like it... you... on the other hand... may not.

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