Over the years, we’ve taken a look at some of the great arcade games that never made it to a home console. Many of these games – by companies such as Sega, Taito, Capcom, and Konami – could have had a great home on the Genesis and its add-ons. Sadly though, they were left behind, and it seems that we can keep adding to hat list. Arcade great Namco had a slew of console hits, but a good chunk of its catalog was left in the arcades for the duration of the 16-bit era.
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For every game released on a console, many more are left in the arcade. Konami, one of the big guns in the industry, has more than their share of abandoned coin-ops. Games which would have fit snugly on Sega’s 16-bit consoles were instead left to languish in obscurity or be enjoyed only through emulation. We’ve compiled a list of the more notable titles, which you should play in some form or another. Read our latest installment of Lost in the Arcade and wonder what could have been…
Get ready for another round of Lost in the Arcade! This installment takes a look at some of the great Taito games that were never released on consoles during the 16-bit era, but would have been right at home on the Genesis. So many great games, yet so few were ported! It’s a shame, but that doesn’t mean we should just forget them.
Here we are again with another edtion of Lost in the Arcade, taking a glimpse at those titles that we expected to see on our Genesis consoles but sadly didn’t. This time, we look at the games left behind by Data East, and there are more than a few gems that should rightfully have taken their place in the Genesis library.
Lost in the Arcade returns with another installment of those great coin-ops that we never got to experience at home. This time, we take a look at some games Capcom decided to leave behind. From such greats as Alien vs. Predator to cult favorites like Varth: Operation Thunderstorm, Segaphiles would surely have loved to enjoy any of these ten games on their Genesis, Sega CD, or 32X.