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  1. https://www.facebook.com/events/2120015708231851/ someone go win please?
  2. never heard of bsnes....do you know which one is better? I watched a couple youtube vids....didnt really pick up on much difference.
  3. halifax

    2018 World Cup Pool

    got your picks bud!
  4. halifax

    Jer's 2018 Playoff Bracket Challenge

    Really need those caps to come back to win Jer's pool.
  5. halifax

    [Oct, 2018 - Vancouver, BC] - KING of '94 III

    and that's the nice thing about Sega...there's only 3 people who have any chance of winning it! Everyone else is playing for 4th, other wise hoping that one of you aren't there so they can win a third place prize. Make sure you have those $$ to book your ticket to Van City!
  6. halifax

    2018 World Cup Pool

    He’ll be the reason that they could pull off an upset or two.
  7. halifax

    Washington Capitals Expansion Draft

    Love that aj did this. Nice write up and giving himself a challenge.
  8. halifax

    2018 World Cup Pool

    I always cheer for england bud...until they get eliminated in the final 8 or so in a shoot out.
  9. halifax

    2018 World Cup Pool

    Got KB's picks as well.
  10. halifax

    2018 World Cup Pool

    It makes sense to go with those picks. It's been a while since I played super soccer. International SuperStar Deluxe is probably the best snes soccer game though bud.
  11. halifax

    2018 World Cup Pool

    Boom! Got your picks bud....and then I copied and pasted them into mine.
  12. halifax

    2018 World Cup Pool

    Ola buds! I did this before in 2010....and then in 2014..... Back again! The winner gets $20....or a candle light dinner in Vancouver. As long as you signed up as a forum member before today, you can play! First download the excel file 2018 World Cup .xlsx.zip If you want to play, here’s all you have to do. 1.Post your interest in this forum. (That way I’ll know whom I should be expecting an email from.) 2.Make your picks on each game (winning team or tie game) 3.Rank your Teams in order of who think will win the world cup. Email the excel sheet to halifax@nhl94.com with your picks and place in the subject line: ‘(your forum name) picks’ by Friday June 8th I'll look after the rest! Here’s the rules. 1. There's a yellow column for you to make picks for each game. If you guess the correct outcome, you'll achieve the number of points listed for the county or tie. Example: In the first game if you pick Russia and they win, you get 1.33 points...If they don’t win, no points are awarded for you. If you picked the tie, and it finished in a tie, you would get 4.82 points, other wise you get nothing. And so on all the way down the list. 2.The player with the most points after the round robin will get be assigned their first choice of team for the round of 16! If there's a tie in points, tiebreaker goes to the forum member who emailed me their list first. 3.The second player will be assigned their first choice of team, unless it's already taken and they'll get their second choice, and so on all the way down the list. 4. If there's less than 16 people that sign up, then it will go back to the top of the list and I'll continue to assign teams until all of them are taken for the round of 16. I'll submit my own list, and if I win, @annatar and @Bob Kudelski and @Jammer - KO94IIsnes will retire from SNES forever. The World Cup bud list Halifax Skip Bob Kudelski CorbettKB Fiddz
  13. https://www.nhl.com/news/arda-ocal-announcing-nhl-gaming-world-championship/c-298424950?tid=297963536 NHL Gaming World Championship dream announcing assignment for Ocal Will do play by play for three regional finals in May, World Finals on June 19 by Pat Pickens @Pat_Pickens / NHL.com Staff Writer 10:05 AM Share Like many of the competitors in the NHL Gaming World Championship, Arda Ocal is living out a fantasy. Ocal will be the voice of the tournament, serving as play-by-play announcer for each of the three Regional Finals as well as the World Finals in Las Vegas on June 19. [RELATED: NHL Gaming World Championship features Thrashers draft pick | Complete NHL Gaming World Championship coverage] "I think it's going to be very exciting," Ocal said. "I've been in broadcast for more than 15 years, and when I started, there was no way to be involved in tournaments to this scale. For this to happen, I'm sure it's the same for many of the competitors, but it's a dream come true." There are 24 competitors in three regions vying for the title of NHL Gaming World Champion. Ocal leaves for Stockholm, Sweden on Thursday to call the European Regional Final at Viasat television studios on Sunday. He'll also be in Toronto for the Canada Regional Finals at Sportsnet studios May 11 and the U.S. Regional Finals at NBC Studios in Stamford, Connecticut, on May 20. The winner and runner-up from each region advance to the World Finals. Ocal, 36, is a commentator on New Jersey Devils broadcasts on MSG Networks and the host of "The MSG Hockey Show" in New York. He also is an avid video-game player who has reported on esports such as the King of 94 tournament, where competitors play head-to-head in EA Sports' NHL 94. "I have the extensive hockey background that led me to think I'd be a good fit to be on the broadcast team for this tournament," Ocal said. "I guess I had a good blend of gaming knowledge and hockey knowledge to bring to the Gaming World Championship." Ocal's experience may be vast, but he has seen how the NHL's involvement in the inaugural tournament, where the world's best gamers compete one-on-one at EA Sports' NHL 18 for a share of $100,000, is unique. He's also seen how it can grow. "I think the League backing something like this is crucial," Ocal said. "I think with the NHL officially involved, it can certainly become a yearly thing; it can even grow from there. The opportunities are endless, and they are bountiful in what this can become. This is a fantastic way to kick things off with NHL and esports." Ocal will be calling the games with analyst Andrew Telfer and rinkside reporter Andrea Helfrich. Despite the stage, Ocal has channeled his nerves into positive energy. "I'm definitely more excited than nervous," Ocal said. "I'm more anxious for the moment to be here, and to be able to be part of that soundtrack for the people watching is much more exciting for me."
  14. halifax

    Best NHL Season

    love that article bud. it's pretty awesome to think it's connected to '94.
  15. halifax

    Affordable Sega Genesis HDMI Console?

    I'll play on any tv as long as there are 80 frames of lag.