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41. Posted: Sun 2nd May 2010 18:50 BST
I have this for my Ccomputer ansd for Sega Cd. Sadly it's the only Sega CD game I own... but adding it wouldn't hurt, there's always room for new games on VC. Even if I don't buy them it's still good to see support for the VC. I'm just waiting for more Japanese titles to come out...
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42. Posted: Sun 2nd May 2010 19:25 BST
If CD and 32X games can't come to the VC, then I think they should remake Sonic Gems Collection for the Wii that allows you to play with the classic controller and/or the Wiimote on it's side, take out the Vectorman games and GameGear games and add in Sonic Shuffle, Knuckle's Chaotix, SegaSonic Arcade (uses the motion controls in place of the trackball), and "Saturn" Sonic 3D Blast (they would have to either use the PC version or recode it entirley because Saturn games are almost impossible to emulate). Also, put in both Sonic CD soundtracks that you can toggle between in all regions.
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43. Posted: Sun 2nd May 2010 20:18 BST
I also got the Japanese version of Sonic Gems, for the Sonic CD European music, Bare knuckle trilogy and to play in 60Hz.
44. Posted: Tue 4th May 2010 22:43 BST
@XD375 -- If the fans can make emulators that run easily (and I have one), surely Sega can. Unless some kid in his basement knows more about creating an emulator than a team of educated professional programmers.
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45. Posted: Thu 6th May 2010 07:29 BST
Never played Knuckles Chaotix or Sonic CD.
dose it play like Sonic 3, or it one of those game that should't been seen again, like most other Sonic Games
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46. Posted: Sun 9th May 2010 14:29 BST
Never played Knuckles Chaotix or Sonic CD.dose it play like Sonic 3, or it one of those game that should't been seen again, like most other Sonic Games
Sonic CD is alot more like Sonic 1 than it is like Sonic 3, it takes place in between Sonic 1 and Sonic 2. I prefer the Genesis games but CD is still a good game in it's own ways. I've never played Knuckle's Chaotix.
47. Posted: Sun 9th May 2010 14:37 BST
Great game. One of my faves, actually. Not as good as Sonic 3 & Knuckles, but still worth booting up again every once in a while.
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48. Posted: Mon 10th May 2010 01:04 BST
Of all the times they rereleased the MD games, they could do a Ultimate Edition, suited to HDTVs, Achievements/Trophies, Custom Music Tracks (MegaCD, PC and your own tracks) and so on for the XBLA and PS3...
...and the bog standard VC version.
49. Posted: Mon 10th May 2010 02:13 BST
I'm just spoiled and don't want to play the game on my computer. There are actually a couple of other games I'd be interested in getting for Sega CD, like Lunar (good) and Sewer Shark (so bad, so very very bad, but still, I want to get past "Ratbreath"). A few others too, mostly for nostalgia. Of if Sonic CD game out on VC, I'd probably not bother.
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50. Posted: Tue 11th May 2010 15:06 BST
i think SONIC CD is a bit of a mess, and way overrated because 'nobody' has played it
That makes absolutely no sense, besides its available on many platforms often in collections, lots of people have indeed played Sonic CD.
51. Posted: Tue 11th May 2010 19:19 BST
People who say Sonic CD is a mess generally don't understand how it works. Yes you see rings and items in inaccessable places but you have to travel back in time to get them! It's really not that taxing if you use a little thought.
Oh and the reason why people think it's the best isn't because it's a lesser played title - it's basically takes all the great things from Sonic 1, adds time travel (4 version of each main stage - 2 versions of each boss stage), new moves, faster gameplay, improved graphics and sprite scaling, more or a challenge to get a perfect game, amazing soundtrack and no annoying side-kick characters. Just pure Sonic - on steriods.
Edited on Tue 11th May, 2010 @ 19:22 by madgear
52. Posted: Tue 11th May 2010 23:17 BST
^And Amy Rose don't forget
53. Posted: Tue 11th May 2010 23:48 BST
It'll never come because CDs can't be done.
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54. Posted: Wed 12th May 2010 19:30 BST
Erm we already have Turbografx CD.
55. Posted: Wed 14th Dec 2011 18:47 GMT
FYI, this is about to launch on Xbox Live Arcade and PSN. Looks awesome, am jealous.
56. Posted: Wed 14th Dec 2011 19:25 GMT
Only five bucks?
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57. Posted: Wed 14th Dec 2011 19:33 GMT
Wow $5 isnt bad might pick it up if I have the extra cash, but since I still have my Genesis along with the Sega CD and a copy of Sonic CD I will probably hold off till after I get a few games on the 3DS VC that I have been wanting and dont have.
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58. Posted: Wed 14th Dec 2011 19:44 GMT
Think of it as $5 for the glorious Japanese Soundtrack.
59. Posted: Wed 14th Dec 2011 21:21 GMT
Yeah, five bucks is awesome and (yet another) reminder of the tough value proposition Nintendo poses with its VC pricing.
60. Posted: Wed 14th Dec 2011 21:32 GMT
Buy it 'cos it's awesome.
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