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1. Posted: Tue 28th Apr 2009 00:15 BST
I realize that everyone is obsessed with the shoot em ups on the TG-16, but what is the best game available on the system that isn't in this genre? I own Soldier Blade (Shoot em up obviously), Bonk's Revenge, and Neutopia II. I really didn't care too much for Bonk's Revenge even though I love platformers. The controls were difficult to manage, and made it frustrating while facing bosses. Neutopia II is quite fun, and I have enjoyed it thus far.
2. Posted: Tue 28th Apr 2009 00:16 BST
Yeah, I'd like to know too. I've been eying Neutopia II and New Adventure Island.
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3. Posted: Tue 28th Apr 2009 00:21 BST
I prefer the first Neutopia. I got stuck on this one massive Neutopia II dungeon pretty early on, but the original had a steadier difficulty curve and I was able to complete it. Obviously, it's a bit of a step backward if you already have Neutopia II, but the differences are minor.
Edited on Tue 28th April, 2009 @ 00:21 by Adam
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4. Posted: Tue 28th Apr 2009 00:23 BST
Here are some you might want to check out.
New Adventure IslandSplatterhouseNinja SpiritDevil's CrushYs Book I & IINeutopiaBomberman '94
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5. Posted: Tue 28th Apr 2009 12:07 BST
I want to second Devil's Crush and Ninja Spirit (excellent arcade port) and add Alien Crush and Bomberman '93 (which has a nice story mode).
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6. Posted: Tue 28th Apr 2009 12:56 BST
Dragon's Curse should be really good. Dynastic Hero was great, and Dragon's Curse is supposedly better.
7. Posted: Tue 28th Apr 2009 13:04 BST
Legendary AxeLegendary Axe 2Military MadnessNew Adventure IslandDevil's Crush
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8. Posted: Tue 28th Apr 2009 14:31 BST
I would totally get Military Madness if not for the fact that they've announced it's getting a reboot on WiiWare (of course if that turns out to be crap...).
9. Posted: Sun 24th May 2009 06:16 BST
Just have on TG-16 game and that is Bomberman'94. A very good game indeed.
10. Posted: Sun 24th May 2009 08:14 BST
I disagree. Dynastic Hero is a much better game than Dragon's Curse in every way.
11. Posted: Sun 24th May 2009 08:20 BST
12. Posted: Sat 27th Jun 2009 15:21 BST
Yes - Ys!
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13. Posted: Sat 27th Jun 2009 18:56 BST
Legendary Axe 1 & 2 and Military Madness have yet to be released on VC.
14. Posted: Sun 28th Jun 2009 14:22 BST
If you like RPGs I would get YS BOOK I & II.
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15. Posted: Sun 28th Jun 2009 14:26 BST
The best game on tg-16 is Dragons curse Wonderboy or whatever. It's probably one off my favourite games of all tome and it's a bona fide classic... Especially since it is one of the first games ever with ability to change character and hence their fighting skills/movement. At least it's the first one with interchangeable characters that is any good.
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16. Posted: Sun 28th Jun 2009 16:03 BST
I've been on the fence about Dragon's Curse for a long while, Zane. I heard it compared to Zelda II, which is one of my favorite games of all time. It looks a bit slow though.
17. Posted: Mon 29th Jun 2009 12:49 BST
Same here. And given what I've seen, it looks like a really good remake.
18. Posted: Mon 29th Jun 2009 13:09 BST
@Sean: Military Madness is good but I'd hang around for the remake which, I agree, does look good.
I've got Bonk I and III but I've never been a big fan (3 is better than 1 though), Bomberman '93 is probably one of the best non-shmups titles for TG-16 alongside Bomberman and Devil's Crush.
Personally I hated Y's Book I & II - just couldn't get into it. I much preferred Secret of Mana on SNES. Alien Crush is good but pales in comparison to Devil's Crush, as for Splatterhouse: it's ok if you're into that sort of thing, but unless you want the horror theme I'd go for Streets of Rage II on Genesis (Megadrive) which lasts longer and is a hell of a lot more fun to play.
Wonderboy in Monsterland (Dynastic Hero) is much better than Dragon's Curse imo, but I imagine most people will disagree, along with my opinion of Y's Book..
Edited on Mon 29th June, 2009 @ 13:10 by calculon
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19. Posted: Mon 29th Jun 2009 13:27 BST
I have heard such good things about Legendary Axe. I would love to try it if we could get a little more TG-16 support maybe it would happen. I also enjoyed Battle Royale. It's good simple multi-player fun and I would always win with the Executioner
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20. Posted: Mon 29th Jun 2009 13:29 BST
Chew Man Fu is a great puzzler with innovative gameplay, multiplayer, co-op, 500 levels and a level editor. I definitely recommend you check it out.
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