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What games you recommend?

Discussion in 'Retro Video Games' started by Cloud121, Sep 27, 2001.

  1. Cloud121

    Cloud121 Member

    what games you recommend besides Street Fighter II: Champion Edition?
  2. ExCyber

    ExCyber Staff Member

    Galaga '88 (I think it was renamed to "Galaga '90" for the US release). Maybe not worth it if you don't like Galaga though.

    If you can get the appropriate stuff (CD system and Super CD-ROM2 System Card aka CD-ROM System Card version 3, which in addition requires an adapter to be used on US systems I think), Akumajou Dracula X: Rondo of Blood is excellent, though you'd probably have to pay somewhere around $100 for an original unless you get lucky.

    Those are the only two I remember, but I'm not really a TG16/PCE freak... there should be some nice shooters on the system from what I've heard though, maybe take a look around at Shmups and see what's there.
  3. Artemio Urbina

    Artemio Urbina New Member

    If you can read japanese get Snatcher/Snatcher Pilor Disks (i cannot, but Cd music quality is great!).

    Also get Ys and Ninja Spirit... But the absolute best is dracula X
  4. MasterAkumaMatata

    MasterAkumaMatata Staff Member

    Blazing Lazers, IIRC it's a shooter like Galactic Attack, that is if you like shooters.
  5. GreatSayamanGohan

    GreatSayamanGohan New Member

    if you loved the SMS, the turbo grafx is basically the same thing with enhanced grafx. If you can find them, get:

    Fantasy Zone


    Space Harrier

    All 5 wonderboy games (though 2 require CD)

    Original Turbo games:

    Legendary axe 1 & 2

    Nuetopia 1 & 2

    (although not original) New Adventure Island

    Blazing Lazers

    Star Soldier

    Get the jap converter, too. It let's you get some truely great games. once you get it, get

    bomberman 94

    Soldier Blade

    Star Parodier (a great CD game)

    Hope this helps. BTW, congrats on getting a truely great system. I love my PC Engine... and i'm sure you'll love your Turbo Grafx, too.


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