Lunar: The Silver Star
Lunar II: Eternal Blue
Ecco The Dolphin
Eternal Champions: COTDS
Shining Force CD
Last edited by Zoltor; 01-25-2012 at 11:06 PM.
Out of those choices, I voted for Eternal Champions. Not only is it a great game but it really demonstrates the advantages of CD-ROM over cartridges. Final Fight is my second choice for the same reasons. I have always wondered if it would have been possible to have discs load to a generic memory cartridge to make games cheaper.
Titles not on the list that I might have voted for: AH-3 Thunderstrike, Jaguar XJ220, Rise of the Dragon, and Double Switch. But most likely, I still would have voted for Eternal Champions or Final Fight!
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Final Fight is my fav and then probably either Sonic or Robo Eleste
Hmm... my Sega CD top five (in no order) is probably Lunar II, SoulStar, Sonic CD, Silpheed, and either Popful Mail or Dark Wizard, I think. Of course the system has plenty more good games than that, but those are probably the best... so because SoulStar and Silpheed weren't on this poll, I voted for Lunar II.
In my opinion, the Sega CD has the best version of Final Fight ever released in the US. It's miles ahead of the SNES, and some say its even better than the arcade version, because of it's music.
Went with Sonic CD as Night Striker wasn't on there....ok Night Striker is better on Saturn, but it's not terrible on the Mega CD anyway.
Sonic CD was the third Sega CD title I bought, and hell I don't even own a Sega CD.
*insert angry black man asking why I don't own one*
I have seen one while in Texas, but wasn't paying through the nose for one.
Such a tough choice, but I am going to have to go with Eternal Champions. Sure, I guess Sonic CD would be a more appealing alternative to the masses, but Eternal Champions was the perfection of the genre for the time. Awesome FMVs, great backgrounds, good combos, crazy fatalities (most hidden), sweet soundtrack.. Nothing, and I mean NOTHING--has been like this game since.
Does anyone knows if there is any game that uses the Genesis and the SegaCD hardware simultaneously ??
In other words, what's the usefulness of being able of connecting the SCD to Genesis ? (except playing 32X CD games.. )
is this question for real?
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Sonic CD and The Terminator are cool too, though! A nice trilogy of 16-bit, CD-based time travelling games. Or 'quadrilogy' if you throw in Ecco 2.
Snatcher I refuse to play until I ever get the light gun.
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