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    Default The history of Sunset Riders arcade console documentary


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    I love the Mega Drive port even if it is heavily pared back. It plays and looks great.

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    Fun video, and I enjoyed the Mad Dog McRee shout out. Man, I loved that game as a kid, for some reason anyway. Hahaha

    @Mega Drive Bowlsey, as much as I enjoyed playing the Genesis game (as that was the one I had growing up), after playing the SNES port, it's sad just how much was removed from it. It's still a very fun game, at least they didn't mess up the gameplay, but the SNES version is really the way to go if you want the full Sunset Riders experience.

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    The exact opposite happened with WWF Wrestlemania: The Arcade Game. The SNES version was put on a limited memory cart by the developers and a lot of stuff was cut from the game. I just don't get why this happens.
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    Quote Originally Posted by profholt82 View Post
    Fun video, and I enjoyed the Mad Dog McRee shout out. Man, I loved that game as a kid, for some reason anyway. Hahaha

    @Mega Drive Bowlsey, as much as I enjoyed playing the Genesis game (as that was the one I had growing up), after playing the SNES port, it's sad just how much was removed from it. It's still a very fun game, at least they didn't mess up the gameplay, but the SNES version is really the way to go if you want the full Sunset Riders experience.
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    The exact opposite happened with WWF Wrestlemania: The Arcade Game. The SNES version was put on a limited memory cart by the developers and a lot of stuff was cut from the game. I just don't get why this happens.
    I read somewhere that it also had to do with the double size sprites that were needed for Yoko and Bam Bam and that it would cause too much slowdown for the super Nintendo to handle.

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    It was kind of a travesty how much they cut out of our version, they really cheaped out with that cart size.

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