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    Quote Originally Posted by Blades View Post
    See no further than Virtua Racing on Saturn. Sure, it's a Sega property but was developed by people who hate Virtua Racing and tried to ruin it as much as they could.
    Is there an interview that shows that they tried to ruin it? I seem to recall that VR on the Saturn actually got some favorable reviews, the main criticisms were that it wasn't a straight conversion and more of a console orientated remake of the game, also that Sega Rally made the game look graphically outdated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stu View Post
    Is there an interview that shows that they tried to ruin it? I seem to recall that VR on the Saturn actually got some favorable reviews, the main criticisms were that it wasn't a straight conversion and more of a console orientated remake of the game, also that Sega Rally made the game look graphically outdated.
    No, but it was awful. It had insane difficulty, awful impossible physics (anyone remember how the car spins out???), and ran awfully.

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    Time Warner delivered a crappy version of VR.



    Quote Originally Posted by Team Andromeda View Post
    Nice list, shame none of them are In-House Nintendo games, looking over SF2 never came to the USA, but hey I guess its ok for Nintendo to drop its system in the USA like a stone in the USA, just not SEGA. I'll remind you that DKC3 and Super Mario RPG came 6 years into the SNES life cycle. 6 years into the MD life cycle we were still getting the likes of Streets of Rage 3, Sonic 3, Sonic & Knuckles and all In-House tiles too. So no sorry Nintendo aren't better.
    Street Fight Alpha 2 most definitely did come out in the US, and it had Nintendo’s decompression chip inside of the cart. It was Nintendo that published it here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blades View Post
    Published is certainly not developed. That's like saying ABBA is still around because their label publishes new music.

    Original development resources are the strongest and most expensive kind of support for a video game console, and naturally tapers off as the console gets older.
    HAL may as well be 1st party. they don't make games for anyone else and at that time Iwata was one of the devs. Kirby is a Nintendo IP. So is DK. It's Nintendo's IP so SNES was getting Nintendo game support up to 1998.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SegataS View Post
    HAL may as well be 1st party. they don't make games for anyone else and at that time Iwata was one of the devs. Kirby is a Nintendo IP. So is DK. It's Nintendo's IP so SNES was getting Nintendo game support up to 1998.
    ClapHands only make games for Sony, they are hardly a In House team . Sonic is Sega IP and yet TT were able to make a Sonic game in 96, So try again.
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    Wrong!

    HAL is a subsidiary of Nintendo and a 1st party developer.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_o...e_developers#H


    Travelers Tale is a developer for whomever will pay them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gamevet View Post
    Wrong!

    HAL is a subsidiary of Nintendo and a 1st party developer.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_o...e_developers#H


    Travelers Tale is a developer for whomever will pay them.
    LOL, Wikipedia said it, so it must be true. Looking over that HAL is a Private corp and was totally independent of Nintendo in 1990. I mean today SEGA is a subsidiary of SAMMY, that wasn't the case in the 1990s. Sonic was IP of SEGA, So was SEGA Sports and we getting Sonic games in 1996 and a Sega Sports games too in 1996.
    Not bad for a console that 1st launched in 1988. How many games did Nintendo bring out for the Snes after September 1996 in the USA?( Only Nintendo In-House games too bt)

    Its not just NEC and Atari who supported their systems for longer, its hard to be SNk Neo Geo lifespan. So sorry Nintendo aren't better at all, infact they are worse than SEGA nevermind NEC or SNK
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gryson View Post
    Why the need to take sides

    Kalinske is definitely worthy of respect!

    What's that pic from? I'm so curious.
    I got no idea why Kalinske was in that pic, but I found it fitting since he was with a Japanese man: https://news.mynavi.jp/article/20100325-Moonshoot/

    Quote Originally Posted by Team Andromeda View Post
    That's why I said if we go on Published. Like I said the MD came out in 88 and in 1995 SEGA Japan made Ristar In-House. I take that to be 7 years. What In-House games did Nintendo bring out for the Snes in 1997 in Japan or 98 in the USA, because Ristar came out in Japan and the USA?

    And no Intelligent Systems aren't In-House, so they don't count, neither does RARE . So what games were Nintendo making for the SNES in 1997. Just In-House please
    The argument shouldn't be who was making games for their console for the longest time-span in terms of years, it should be who was still making games for their console while the 16-bit market was being phased out
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yharnamresident View Post

    The argument shouldn't be who was making games for their console for the longest time-span in terms of years, it should be who was still making games for their console while the 16-bit market was being phased out
    To a point yes, but one also has to factor in the SNES coming out 2 years later and how NEC brought out the PC Eng in 87 and SEGA brought out the MD in 88. Yet even in 95 and 96 SEGA was still producing software for the MD and in 1995 making a number of In-House games for the Mega Drive. I think people forget the SNES didn't even make into the USA until 1991, unlike the MD which hit the USA in 89.
    How many games was Nintendo making for the SNES in 1997 in the USA, the answer is not many? and also people forget that if not for a year delay to the Hardware, the N64 would have launched in 1995.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Team Andromeda View Post
    LOL, Wikipedia said it, so it must be true. Looking over that HAL is a Private corp and was totally independent of Nintendo in 1990. I mean today SEGA is a subsidiary of SAMMY, that wasn't the case in the 1990s. Sonic was IP of SEGA, So was SEGA Sports and we getting Sonic games in 1996 and a Sega Sports games too in 1996.
    Not bad for a console that 1st launched in 1988. How many games did Nintendo bring out for the Snes after September 1996 in the USA?( Only Nintendo In-House games too bt)

    Its not just NEC and Atari who supported their systems for longer, its hard to be SNk Neo Geo lifespan. So sorry Nintendo aren't better at all, infact they are worse than SEGA nevermind NEC or SNK
    They are a subsidiary of Nintendo. They’ve created Nintendo franchises like Super Smash Brothers and Kirby. Travelers Tales have created nothing but what they were asked to do.


    http://www.hallab.co.jp/eng/sp/works/detail/002731/

    HAL was nearly bankrupt when Nintendo came in and HAL signed up as an exclusive developer for Nintendo. They are every bit 1st party.

    https://www.google.com/amp/s/waypoin...ntendo-history
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken View Post
    The examples you listed for Sega aren’t in-house either. The Genesis port of Virtua Fighter 2 was developed by Gaibrain and the World Series Baseball games on the Genesis as well as Vector Man 2 were developed by BlueSky Software. I was going to list Super Famicom Wars and Fire Emblem Thracia 776, but since both were made by Intelligent Systems, you probably won’t count those either. In that case, there is Sutte-Hakkun which was developed by Nintendo’s R&D 2 division. The game has a few different iterations that were released from 1997 to 1999. Also, there was Wrecking Crew 98, which was developed by EAD.
    Vectorman 2 was done by Drooling Dogs Studio, according to its credits.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gamevet View Post
    They are a subsidiary of Nintendo. They’ve created Nintendo franchises like Super Smash Brothers and Kirby.
    We're on about the 1990 What next SAMMY owned SEGA and not CSK in the 1990s.

    I'll guess, that you can't name many Nintendo Snes games that came out in the USA in 97 then. So Nintendo don't have a better record than SEGA and NEC and SNK have a better record than either SEGA or Nintendo. So lets face the facts SEGA didn't kill the Mega Drive too early, but rather looked to keep it alive for far too long.
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    The SNES Jr. came out in 1997. Meanwhile, your VF2 game for Genesis wasn’t even developed by SEGA.

    Your whole Sammy SEGA CSK thing is nonsense. Nintendo isn’t owned by another company. HAL Labratory answers to Nintendo while SEGA has to do things in agreement with their partner.
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