Discussion in 'Video Games' started by Jonneh, Apr 15, 2018.
I tweeted SEGA to give me Panzer Dragoon Saga. Long shot but eh.
The Sega Saturn is really the last frontier of potential "lost to time" games in the last two decades. I really hope Sega changes this.
Any chance of Shining Force III being a part of this? Or is the only official translation still chapter 1?
I am just gonna assume that the condition of the initial Ages games selling well to get more is gonna get fulfilled easily, since Switch gamers are always hungry.
Dreamcast was dead before i began console gaming, so if somebody could answer some questions please:
1.Are there any good Strategy/SRPG/RPG games on Dreamcast/Saturn/Sega that could be included in this ?
2.if i read the previous thread right, these M2 people are real good at making such classic games and enhancing them right ?
3.The only game i know that was a Dreamcast game initially(i think) is the sonic game with the great chao garden sidemode, is there any chance that one could be included in this Ages series.
Dragon Force was made by Sega but brought over to the US by Working Designs, so not sure how that’d work - though there is somebody on this forum that should ;). Same goes for Iron Storm.
2) they are very good. They did all the 3DS classic games.
3) no idea why not
Gimme Panzer Dragoon and Burning Rangers please.
All of Shining Force 3 ?
Asking too much =/
I will accept Panzer Dragon than
Propeler Arena and Outtrigger would be perfect for Switch :P
I’ve always wondered why Sega never bothered to do a HD rerelease, especially when XBLA took off on the 360
Also, I need the Panzer Dragoon games.
I’d like Legend of Oasis and Super Tempo.
The DREAM! literally! :P
NiGHTS into Dreams
Sonic R (base it on the GC version preferably)
Sonic 3D Blast
Sonic Adventure 2
Skies of Arcadia
Phantasy Star Online Ep. I & II
Sega Bass Fishing
All on Switch by M2. Even if they had to only be 480p and 4:3, I'd be SO THERE day 1! :D
I'd like to see Sega start bringing more of their Saturn and Dreamcast games to modern systems. They've done numerous Genesis games and game collections, but much like Atari with their 2600 game compilations, they rarely touch their later (less popular) home consoles.
At least Sega has been known to dabble with a handful of their later games from time to time--we've seen games like Crazy Taxi, Sonic Adventure, and Jet Set Radio make the jump. Atari has done virtually nothing with games from systems newer than the 2600...although the upcoming Atari Flashback Classics Volume 3 is supposed to finally include some 5200 games, at long last.
How many times will they resell the Genesis stuff before expanding then :oP
I'd love a Saturn collection but it needs to have third party games, maybe even new localizations of stuff that were Japan-only. Nothing quite like GunGriffon 2 or Princess Crown (and first party Dragon Force 2 and Shining Force III Part 2 & 3).
And of course they seriously need an arcade collection too so we can play stuff like Die Hard Arcade, Virtua Fighter 2 and Virtual On without the Saturn's shortcomings. And arcade games that were never ported to home systems too.
I very highly doubt Sega would commit to running PSO servers again, lol.
Chu Chu Rocket would be sweet, though.
Honestly, that's a pretty scummy way to ensure people will buy the same Genesis games again for the fiftieth time.
But you know what? I'll buy them to help ensure we get those Dreamcast and Saturn games. Damn it.
Finally, the triumphant return of Chu Chu Rocket is upon us.
I REALLY want Saturn and DC Sega Ages releases.
But I REALLY don't want to pay for the same old Mega Drive games all over again.
I thought Saturn was notoriously difficult to emulate properly. Would they really put the money into that, or find some workaround that's "good enough?"
Gimme Gimme Sega!! Make my dreams come trueee
Some other notable mentions...
- Burning Rangers
- Diehard Arcade
- Dragon Force
- Fighting Vipers
- Guardian Heroes
- Magic Knight Rayearth
- Panzer Dragoon 1 & 2
- Sega Rally Championship
- Shining Force III
- Sonic R
- Virtua Cop 1 & 2
- Virtua Racing
- Chu Chu Rocket
- Crazy Taxi 1 & 2
- Daytona USA
- Dynamite Cop
- House of the Dead 2
- Phantasy Star Online v2
- Sega GT
- Space Channel 5
- Power Stone 2
- Typing of the Dead
- Zombie Revenge
I hope for some "ballsy" releases like Shenmue 1/2, Headhunter, the 2000 Spidey game, Crazy Taxi, Power Stone 1/2, Resident Evil Code Veronica, Resident Evil Saturn, Tomb Raider saturn, Carrier, some Virtua Fighter (3 would be perfect) and of course that perfect Soul Calibur.
A bug fixed version of MK:Gold would be much appreciated too.
I would buy a SEGA Classic console 10 times.
My purchase lists suddenly have 15 additions, and I hardly know many of them because they are not announced yet.
If I can play Sakura Wars 1 - 4 on Switch. then so be it.
If sega things about release Shining Force IIi outside of Japan, then I am all over this.
However, I think it's going to end up with a lot of really great titles staying Japan exclusive and then only the most popular things making it outside of Japan.
As long as they find some way to include this ad in the release:
Great to see all the Chu Chu Rocket love.
I need Burning Rangers and Skies of Arcadia on my Switch! Please, Sega!
What's Saturn emulation like these days? Last time I checked they had that very faithful emulator but zero enhancements like resolution, filters etc. Sadly its basically unplayable on a 60" LCD.
YES!! Finally I can play those Sega Ages classics on my Dreamcast!
Some DC games are really perfect for a portable (Skies, Crazy Taxi, Phantasy Star, etc).
I never really got to play the Saturn or its best games so I would love to be able to play them on any platform.
Also, Guardians Heroes without slowdown was such a short game. Lol. Of course, it was designed to be replayed.
Is there a list with the initial wave of games?
They've rereleased Golden Axe 1 through 3 about 50 times, has any of that generated enough interest to get a Revenge Of Death Adder port of any kind yet.
Sonic the Hedgehog (Mega Drive, also includes the Mega Play arcade version)
Thunder Force IV (Mega Drive)
Alex Kidd in Miracle World (Master System)
Phantasy Star (Master System)
Gain Ground (arcade)
with the promise that arcade fans will be satisfied with future announcements.
Good to hear, that's easily their finest 2D beat em up.
And while we're at it, I wouldn't mind their finest 3D beat em up (in the arcade, yakuza fans) - Spikeout.
DO IT. I'll buy everything.