Cosmic Fantasy II is a great choice!
Your breath stinks!
I'm down for these.So I've put together a list of 60 games that I'd like to see on the TG16/PCE Mini.
Here's what I've got:
Bonk's Revenge, Blazing Lazers, Military Madness, Neutopia 2, Devil's Crush, Cadash, Parasol Stars, Star Parodier, Cho Aniki, Bloody Wolf, Super Darius II, Legendary Axe, Seirei Senshi Spriggan, Final Zone II, Cosmic Fantasy II, Valis III, Magical Chase, Battle Lode Runner, Galaga '90, Salamander
Rayxanber II (or III), Final Soldier, Air Zonk, Nexzr, Dragon Slayer: The Legend of Heroes, Rainbow Islands, Splatterhouse, Exile, Battle Chopper, Gradius II, Kaze Kiri, Shockman, Flash Hiders, Parodius Da!, Legend of Xanadu 2, Valis IV, Atomic Robo Kid Special, Ane-San, Beyond Shadowgate, Keith Courage in Alpha Zones,
Dungeon Explorer II, Son Son II, Veigues Tactical Gladiator, Ys IV: The Dawn of Ys, Dungeons & Dragons: Order of the Griffon, Soldier Blade, Last Alert, Gate of Thunder, Cratermaze, Mad Stalker - Full Metal Force, Detana! ! Twinbee, Legendary Axe II, Bonk's Big Adventure, Metal Stoker, Riot Zone, Ys III: Wanderers of Ys, Fantastic Night Dreams: Cotton, Afterburner II, Bomberman '94, Somer Assault
Alright now there are a few games here that I'm kinda iffy on, but I've done quite a bit of research, and I think this is a pretty solid list. I tried to go with picks that have a semi-realistic chance of appearing on the Mini. Naturally, the already confirmed games (Rondo, R-Type, etc) aren't listed.
Still, I'm open to suggestions.
Nope. All they said is they will talk about more in the future. Something tells me they will shoot for the 30 game range like most of the other mini consoles.
Though it would be cool if they tried to out do the Genesis Mini's line up count. 30 Hu cards, 30 CD games.
Former Tengen coder who uploaded it to YT; Jun Amanai
When you have something that can fake scalines like OSSC the PCE can look amazing on HDTVI really hope this turns out to be good!
I have the white PC Engine Core system and an Everdrive, and it's so fun. The RGB video is a bit messy in my HDTV but it's a nice system for immediate and accessible games.
Pac-Land on this is a personal favourite. I often attribute the criticism of Pac-Land to the miserable NES version.
Not yet it seems.I feel genuinely sorry for the people who are shitting on the PC Engine ITT.
One of the best consoles and game lineups in history, and you're shitting on it because you only knew SEGA and Nintendo as a kid. :/
Is there a list for the European version's games yet?
That game was great for JP audiences since it contains jokes from a sitcom featuring Kato-chan & Ken-chan aka one of the most famous Japanese comedians ever. When they localized to the west, Americans didn't know who the fck they were and didn't understand references.
Gotta agree with this. I love Pac-Land and the PC Engine version is great while the NES version is a travesty. I can’t imagine that version being someone’s first impression of the game.
Slightly OT: My local arcade has a Pac-Land machine and I cringe when I see people playing without using the double-tap run.Gotta agree with this. I love Pac-Land and the PC Engine version is great while the NES version is a travesty. I can’t imagine that version being someone’s first impression of the game.
Pac-Land was one of my earliest arcade memories and it was pretty formative for me. Would play it while on vacation as a kid tons.
Urgh. I remember not understanding the double tap run when I was a little kid and I was SO grateful when someone taught it to me so I could get past the damn diving board over the lake!Slightly OT: My local arcade has a Pac-Land machine and I cringe when I see people playing without using the double-tap run.
I've tried to advise without sounding like a dick, but all always been ignored. Arcades used to be open to tips from players - I'll never forget the guy who showed me tricks in Super Mario Bros. , it blew my mind with the depth.
Also, I remember me and a friend trying to trade copies of Spectrum games with a guy who had everything, so we knocked up a tape with a fake Pac-Land header- obviously it didn't load, but we blamed it on the chuntey of his set-up.
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Heh, get helmet 》 warp to level three and skip the longest pool in the game. One of my arcades in the 80s had a bootleg Pac-Land that made level two's pool a breeze by running slower. But yeah, skip.
People want jokes? Watch the original comedians.That game was great for JP audiences since it contains jokes from a sitcom featuring Kato-chan & Ken-chan aka one of the most famous Japanese comedians ever. When they localized to the west, Americans didn't know who the fck they were and didn't understand references.
They couldn't backport the Sega CD localization. It is too different from the PCE-CDROM script. The Sega CD port was made exclusively for english audiences and the localization team of Scott Hards and Jeremy Blaustein (also responsible for the MGS1 localization) made a lot of changes to the dialog that would not fit with the PCE version. Also, The Sega CD port has an extended third act with an altered different ending. This one would have to be a new translation/ localization.