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Everything posted by Kaberle15

  1. Haha damn I didn't notice that in your sig.
  2. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ga_people Did you know there are over 2 million Ga people in the world?
  3. Okay thanks a lot man, that's what I thought too but I'm just making sure that I'm not missing out on anything lol. If it is a myth than someone should change that in the NHLPA 93 about-passing section.
  4. I was looking at the NHLPA 93 about section (which is pretty interesting I have to say), and it said that pressing B harder will cause a harder pass, which makes it easier to bounce off players sticks and such. I though wow, I never thought the genesis gamepad had pressure sensitive buttons. So I tried it, and I'm not sure if I'm crazy or not, when I get the puck as my goalie and I press B hard he lobs it hard, when I press it softly it's always on the ice. Can somebody clear this up for me? Thanks a lot
  5. Lol this is hilarious, thanks for the responses.
  6. Okay so now that I have a semi-understanding of what GA is, what is the significance of "wtga" "rapon" and "trapon" haha? Also, is it preferred to be pronounced G-AH or G-AY? Thanks a lot!
  7. Haha, thanks a lot zalex I wasn't sure if you'd actually bother to explain or just say some weird as GA joke lol. I think that's hilarious, that is such an odd inside joke but yeah you're right it has spread everywhere. I feel like everyone on this damn forum has something funny to say about GA. I hope that someday I will be able to add a GA joke here or there, because this just seems like gold. Great job you guys, you made a weird ass inside joke become legendary haha. Thanks for explaining man
  8. I'm new to this site and saw the GA tribute on youtube, awesome clips btw, and I read people's posts involving "GA" and I don't know what you mean. I think it's some kind of awesome inside joke about the way "it's in the game" sounds, but could someone care to explain the origins of "GA" and what it means? haha thanks
  9. So I'm just wondering if there are any other useful scoring strategies in this game, I only know the move, the crease cut, and of course the one-timer. Since the wrap around is apparently not very useful, are there any other useful moves I should know about? Snes just incase it matters and Thanks again
  10. Oh okay thanks a lot, wasn't sure if it was possible on snes or what but now I know it's not a very useful move. I'll just have to try to find other ways to score, that's okay lol
  11. Okay so I'm new to the nhl 94 community, I owned it on the snes and have only played it the odd time just for fun(it was actually my dad's cartridge so he played it more than me). I've got some of the basics down I hope (ie. the move and the crease cut haha), and I'm wondering if there's a legitimate way to score using a wraparound. Is there any even semi-consistent way of scoring on a wraparound? I don't care if you have to fake one way and turn around or whatever, I'm just wondering if anybody could show me or tell me how to have a decent chance of wrapping it in coming from behind the net? Thanks a lot
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