See a lot of peeps here saying "sega should release this" or "sega should release that", but you are all just talking into a vacuum. You want Sega to know what you think? Tweet them. Post on their Facebook page. Post anywhere where Sega has an online presence. That's how they listen.
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If they ever do an SA1 port again, it needs to be a ground-up port. The current version you can buy on Steam has been ported like five times over - first on Dreamcast, then on GameCube, then on PC, then on XBLA (which was then ported over to Steam and PSN). There have been a ton of new glitches and bugs introduced with each port, and the only version that I believe made any earnest attempt to fix anything was the GameCube version. That, and various graphical effects have been dropped over time, even just going from the Dreamcast to GameCube.
Those are also acceptable. Loved seeing Maximilian Dood and his mates playing Outtrigger (hopefully means more people are aware of it now), and Propeller Arena finally getting an official release would be something.
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.
- 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 don’t think it’s missing any features. Not that I know of offhand. If anything, there are more: You can choose updated or original graphics, offline and online coop, leaderboards, and downloadable replays. The port took them over two years to develop.
Not a complete list, but they've committed to 15 games in the first wave and announced 5:
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.