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    This one had been lost in the Crash:

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    How come the masterlist

    http://www.sega-16.com/master_list.php?sys=Sega CD

    Doesn't work anymore?

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    Because the site is currently under re-construction, one-post man.

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    Oh I dunno if it was discussed but didn't the pack in Sonic CD come with the CDX? I've seen it here and there over the years
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    Does anyone know if Links golf was made for sega mega cd (the european console?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by oshvision View Post
    Does anyone know if Links golf was made for sega mega cd (the european console?)
    nope, US only.

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    Default LOST VIKINGS SEGA CD

    Hi all,

    its been a long time since i posted anything...and couldn't make a new thread so i posted here...admins please forgive me and kindly make a new thread!

    I uncovered during my internet research that a lost vikings was planned for Sega cd through the resue of Chris Tremmel who had previously worked for Interplay Productions from 92 to 95...so i fired of a message to him in the hope he would reply...although no juicy beta or code remains...i have this, his reply:

    Hi Danny!

    Nope, not bugging me at all, I truly appreciate the questions...

    Now for the hard part... telling you that nothing really exists any longer in terms of Lost Vikings Sega CD.

    It was sooooo long ago, I will tell you what I can remember;

    There were 3 people involved on the Interplay side; Alan Pavlish, Michael Stragey, and myself.

    The other "Vikings" games, SNES and Genesis were done by Silicon and Synapse, with Interplay acting as publisher and creative partner.

    1) It was all new levels, but using all art sets from the SNES and Genesis Versions.
    2) There were "cartoon" cut scenes that played between the art sets and I believe that we only had one complete... This detail is a bit fuzzy.
    3) It was never actually running on the Sega CD, we were still using the Genesis version as the base.
    4) The story stayed the same.
    5) I used to have a notebook that had some actual LostVikings SegaCD test covers, or at least possible test covers. This notebook is MIA.
    6) Also in that notebook were the level designs.
    7) We started to add new functionality like angled rubber objects you could shoot an arrow into to make it bounce or ricochet to a switch that was unreachable.
    8) Ultimately when we started production on genesis Boogerman (which was the Lost Vikings engine basically), production on Vikings CD was halted.

    I wish I could give you more info and show you all of the levels that were planned, but over the last 20 years, much of what I had saved has disappeared. I did have a laptop with everything on it that was stolen in 1994 or 1995... sad. It's funny, at the time the last thing I would have thought was that anyone would really care about this stuff in 20 years, but I find myself caring now more than ever... I was very short sighted, naive, and new to the industry at that time.

    Again, sorry for the bad news.

    What you are doing is very noble. The Sega systems and the Sega CD are still some of my favorite to this date. I was lucky enough to work on the sequel to Out of the World on SegaCd that did get released. Boy, the industry has really changed but I am happy there are people like you out there to make sure we don't forget how great and magical it was then.

    Thanks again for asking about the game and feel free to email me anytime you might have a question that you think I can help with.

    Best Regards,

    Chris.
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    Nice find!
    I've seen many times a game called Norse by Norsewest planned for Mega Drive and 32X and I was assuming it was Lost Vikings 2 but I didn't know another game was planned for Mega-CD.

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    Is this a complete and accurate list, then?

    3 Ninjas Kick Back [double with Hook]

    A/X-101
    AD&D Eye of the Beholder
    The Adventures of Batman and Robin
    Adventures of Willy Beamish
    Afterburner 3
    AH-3 Thunderstrike
    Amazing Spiderman vs. Kingpin
    Android Assault
    The Animals! (San Diego Zoo)

    B.C. Racers
    Batman Returns
    Battlecorps
    Bill Walsh College Football
    Black Hole Assault
    Bouncers
    Brutal - Paws of Fury

    Cadillacs and Dinosaurs
    Championship Soccer '94
    Chuck Rock
    Chuck Rock II
    Cliffhanger
    Cobra Command
    Colors of Modern Rock
    Compton's Interactive Encyclopedia
    Corpse Killer
    Crime Patrol

    Dark Wizard
    Demolition Man
    Double Switch
    Bram stokers Dracula
    Dracula Unleashed
    Dragon's Lair
    Dune
    Dungeon Explorer
    Dungeon Master II Skullkeep

    Earthworm Jim (Special Edition)
    Ecco the Dolphin
    Ecco the Dolphin 2: The Tides of Time
    ESPN Baseball Tonight
    ESPN National Hockey Night
    ESPN NBA Hangtime '95
    ESPN Sunday Night NFL
    Eternal Champions: Challenge From the Dark Side

    Fahrenheit [packed with 32X CD version]
    Fatal Fury Special
    FIFA International Soccer
    Final Fight
    Flashback
    Flink
    Formula 1 World Championship
    Frankenstein [double with Dracula]

    Ground Zero Texas

    Heart of the Alien
    Heimdall
    Hook

    Iron Helix

    Jaguar XJ220
    Jeopardy
    Joe Montana NFL Football
    Jurassic Park

    Keio's Flying Squadron
    Kids on Site

    Lawnmower Man
    Lethal Enforcers
    Lethal Enforcers II: Gunfighters
    Links: The Challenge of Golf
    Loadstar
    Lords of Thunder

    Lunar: The Silver Star
    Lunar: Eternal Blue

    Mad Dog McCree
    Mad Dog II: The Lost Gold
    Make My Video: Kris Kross
    Make My Video: Marky Mark
    Make My Video: INXS
    Mansion of Hidden Souls
    Masked Rider (Kamen Rider ZO)
    Mega Race
    Mickey Mania
    Microcosm
    Midnight Raiders
    Mighty Morphin Power Rangers
    Mortal Kombat
    My Paint

    NBA Jam
    NFL Trivia
    NFL's Greatest: San Francisco vs. Dallas 1978- 1993
    NHL '94
    Night Trap
    NovaStorm

    Panic!
    Pitfall
    Popful Mail
    Power Factory
    Power Monger
    Prince of Persia
    Prize Fighter
    Puggsy

    Racing Aces
    Radical Rex
    RDF Global Conflict
    Revenge of the Ninja
    Revengers of Vengeance
    Rise of the Dragon
    Road Avenger
    Road Rash
    Robo Aleste
    Rock Paintings/Hot Hits

    Samurai Shodown
    Secret of Monkey Island
    Sega CD Arcade Classics 5-in-1
    includes: Columns, Golden Axe, The Revenge of Shinobi, Streets of Rage, Super Monaco GP
    Sega Classics 4-in-1/ Sherlock Holmes Vol. 1
    includes: Columns, Golden Axe, The Revenge of Shinobi, Streets of Rage
    Sewer Shark
    Shadow of The Beast II
    Sherlock Holmes II
    Shining Force CD
    Silpheed
    Slam City with Scottie Pippen
    Snatcher
    Sol Feace
    Sonic CD
    Soulstar
    Space Ace
    Space Adventure
    Star Wars Chess
    Star Wars: Rebel Assault
    Starblade
    Stellar Fire
    Supreme Warrior
    Surgical Strike

    Terminator
    Third World War
    Time Gal
    Tomcat Alley
    Trivial Pursuit

    Ultraverse Prime [double with Microcosm]

    Vay

    Wheel of Fortune
    Who Shot Johnny Rock
    Wild Woody
    Wing Commander
    Wirehead
    Wolfchild
    Wonder Dog
    World Cup USA 94
    WWF Rage in the Cage

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    Of course it is. What would make you concerned otherwise?
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    ^Nothing really. It's based on Shai'tan's post #10, and I just wanted to make sure I hadn't missed or overlooked anything (I made a couple small changes, cleaned up some typos like "Echo the Dolphin", etc.), or that new research hadn't turned anything more up.

    And: I'm preparing a list for a potential Sega CD "beat-'em-all" effort for 2014 (depending on interest), and want to make sure I have all the unique, licensed, US-released titles.

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    The complete exhaustive and up to date list is on Sega Age. The list here was pretty much abandoned when the effort was found more fruitful over there. Nothing new has turned up in quite some time, but the basic list is the same on both sites.
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    What's a cheap title to find, I'm needing a test game for a model 1cd I bought
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    Quote Originally Posted by Madness Hero View Post
    What's a cheap title to find, I'm needing a test game for a model 1cd I bought
    A loose copy of Sewer Shark is probably the cheapest title out there. Maybe a sports game? Check your local shops and see if they have anything either.
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