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Topic: Other Systems You'd Like to See

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k9spy

41. Posted:

Jiisuki wrote:

Atari 2600, Intellivision and Coleco Vision ;)

Good Selection, just in the wrong order
1 Intellivision
2 Atari (either one, there were 2 right?)

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Sean_Aaron

42. Posted:

Atari 2600
Atari 5200
Atari 800 (though many of these were also released on the C64, so it might be redundant)
Atari Jaguar

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enigmaopoeia

43. Posted:

I would love to see the ATARI, Dreamcast, Saturn, and Sega CD.

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Rawk_Hawk

44. Posted:

32x and it will happen eventually

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Mama_Luigi

45. Posted:

I WANT Playstation to appear but i THINK Sega 32x will be our next VC system.

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SepticLemon

46. Posted:

Since the C64 is on the VC, I'd like to see more Micro Computers on the VC, especially the MSX (I know it's out in Japan) and the ZX Spectrem.

Come on Speccy! I want JetPak, JetsetWilly and Head over Heals!

Edit: Why the heck 32X? there was hardly anything good on it apart from Virtua Fighter.

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Mama_Luigi

47. Posted:

SepticLemon wrote:

Edit: Why the heck 32X? there was hardly anything good on it apart from Virtua Fighter.

Because i want Knuckles Chaotis, grr! (I think i spelled the name of the game wrong)

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SepticLemon

48. Posted:

Knuckles Chaotix...

hmm... a bit of a "Meh" game, at least it was better than the other crap they put on it though. But I was thinking about good 32X games though, and I remembered Virtua Racer Deluxe, that was pretty good too.

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Reala

49. Posted:

32X had a decent Spiderman game and platform game Tempo, Tempo would be a more likely release since it doesn't involve a movie licence.

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goldwyvern

50. Posted:

atari 2600 for:
pong (its there, right?)
chuck norris superkicks (lol)
frogger
name this game/octopus
star fox (its real but relatively on the bad side. 4/10 but its the real first game with the "star fox" title)

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rayword45

51. Posted:

Atari 2600 FTW! The simple controllers, simple graphics, and simple sound made you think life was easier. I tried one at a friends and was indulged for an hour due to the awesome games like Video Olympics. Also, ColecoVision and the Saturn would be nice.

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LinktotheFuture

52. Posted:

I'd like to see the GameBoy, GameBoy Color, and GameBoy Advance for both the Wii and DSi. It would be fun to play GameBoy games on my TV.

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King_Elemento

53. Posted:

The 2600 would work great. I'd love to play a game with JUST the Nunchuck. =P

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brandonbwii

54. Posted:

sega saturn FTW!

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timp29

55. Posted:

3DO - probably won't happen due to storage issues, but 3DO street fighter and road rash are a must!

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Sean_Aaron

56. Posted:

King+Elemento wrote:

The 2600 would work great. I'd love to play a game with JUST the Nunchuck. =P

Interestingly that control scheme is supported in Namco Museum Remix, but given that the nunchuck lacks the base the old console controllers had for the 2600, it doesn't feel too good, so you're better off with wiimote on its side or Classic Controller.

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King_Elemento

57. Posted:

Sean+Aaron wrote:

King+Elemento wrote:

The 2600 would work great. I'd love to play a game with JUST the Nunchuck. =P

Interestingly that control scheme is supported in Namco Museum Remix, but given that the nunchuck lacks the base the old console controllers had for the 2600, it doesn't feel too good, so you're better off with wiimote on its side or Classic Controller.

Ehh, still an interesting idea. Still, the Atari had some games that required two controllers, so the CC would probably be best.

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Reala

58. Posted:

Most if not all of Segas SG games are probably on Master System, but since they already have 2 consoles on VC as it is, I guess the SG must have at least a chance of appearing, but I'm sure most maybe even all its games where ported to the MS, so not sure if it will be considered or not.

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greyelephant

59. Posted:

Sean+Aaron wrote:

Atari 2600
Atari 5200
Atari 800 (though many of these were also released on the C64, so it might be redundant)
Atari Jaguar

Atari - 2600
Atari - 5200
Atari - 7800

These are all your basic ones before the Jaguar came around. What's interesting is that if memory serves me correctly, the 7800 could play 2600 games, but the 5200 had a cartrige that wouldn't fit into the 7800.

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Sean_Aaron

60. Posted:

greyelephant wrote:

Atari - 2600
Atari - 5200
Atari - 7800

These are all your basic ones before the Jaguar came around. What's interesting is that if memory serves me correctly, the 7800 could play 2600 games, but the 5200 had a cartrige that wouldn't fit into the 7800.

I think the 7800 shared hardware with the 2600 as well as the cartridge format in order to have access to the 2600 library (much as the Playstation 2 included a PS processor which enabled it to run PS games) -- it might even have been a beefed up VCS in the same sense that the Wii is a beefed up Gamecube. The 5200 was a pretty different animal, but I think it shared its CPU with the Atari 800 -- hence if you get the chance to compare them, you find that a few games that graced both platforms, like some of the Activision titles, are exactly the same.

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