heh MasterM, I remember you said you couldn't think of any good Megadrive games besides Sonic the hedgehog. Now you don't know of any decent Master system games either?
Decent Master system games?
Alex kidd in Shinobi world
Sonic 1,2 and Chaos
Dr. Robotnik's mean bean machine
Double dragon (with two player co-op )
Mickey mouse in castle of illusion (and it's sequels)
Fantasy zone 1 and 2
A really good conversion of Gauntlet
James pond 2
there are also various ports of Games on the megadrive like Ecco the dolphin, Streets of rage, Cool spot, Global gladiators, road rash.
oh sorry but I am a Game Boy Fanboy here and I think the Game Boy is indeed VERY EPIC! a lot of great titles. also since i was never allowed to own a console as a child the only thing I had was a Game Boy and I've got a massive collection on games.
So I guess this is turning into a big ass "I love old consoles and handhelds" threats.
let's all walk down memory lane
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@andy: i agree. Mickey mouse in castle of illusion is VERY good. i prefer the mega drive version though.
Asterix is fun. i think this version exists on mega drive only. ive played it a lot.
Phantasy star - did they port that one to mega drive or is Phantasy star on master system a different one than mega drive one?
Alex kidd in Shinobi world - yeh its okay but i cant understand the "hype" about it. sega fan boys say its the super mario of sega. if alex kidd is the super mario of sega well im sorry for sega fan boys.
Bubble bobble - nah the NES version is better.
Dr. Robotnik's mean bean machine - i guess it'S okay and fun yet I prefer Dr. Mario. Dr. Mario is basically the same just with better music. The music of Dr Mario hunts me in my dreams.
OH I guess I am mistaken there and Dr Mario plays differently than Mean Bean Machine.
wikipedia: Before being branded as Puyo Pop internationally, the first game saw release outside Japan in 1993 as Dr. Robotnik's Mean Bean Machine for the Sega Genesis/Mega Drive, Game Gear, and Master System (The SMS version was released in Europe and Brazil), and two years later as Kirby's Ghost Trap (European Super NES version) and Kirby's Avalanche (North American Super NES version).
i dont know I prefer Double dragon on NES
but thanks for pointing out those master system games. i mean overall i grew up playing master system and mega drive at friends. ive never played NES in real life only through emulations while SEGA was my childhood.
Alex Kidd is somewhat confusing since every SMS game is unrelated to eachother except for the main character.
Shinobi World was originally meant to be a game called Shinobi Kid, pretty much a cutesy version of the Sega arcade classic Shinobi. Then Sega decided to put Alex Kidd in it and make it his swansong.
High Tech World was originally a game called Anmitsu Hime, based on an anime with the same name. When translating the game Sega substituted the for western players unknown princess with Alex Kidd.
The Lost Stars was originally an arcade game, but later ported to the SMS.
Alex Kidd in Miracle World and Enchanted Castle (the latter for the megadrive) are the only two games that actually relate to eachother. They have similar gameplay, including Janken matches, and the plot of Enchanted Castle follows the ending of Miracle World, with Alex searching for his lost father.
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For the longest time I thought the name of that game was "world cup soccer", thus I was never able to find it and thought that game only existed in my imagination. Fantastic game. I remember as a kid always picking Argentina simply because they could jump over rocks.
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