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Topic: What's next for VC Arcade?

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Atlantis1982

JTCPingas09 wrote:

They should also release the Mega Drive version of Zero Wing with the Engrish intact

I gave up waiting for this game to arrive, and especially this being such an absurd SHMUP which we have dime a dozen worth, I thought we would of had this a long time ago. Nope, not this, nor the arcade, and the TG-CD version.

Atlantis1982

astarisborn94

@ JTCPingas09: Bad call on asking to release the Genesis version of Zero Wing. Read Darkness review on that and you'll see my point (Not giving out links, since it contains strong language.)

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marktheshark

Super+Smash+Bros wrote:

Bass+X0 wrote:

Yeah. You'd be forgiven for thinking that. Nintendo really has let the VCA side down outside of Japan. Even with Europe having Space Harrier, it isn't anything to boast about.

Actually it is. Americans haven't even seen that game yet. In fact, I'm worried that Nintendo of America will stick to their guns and only release games from the early 1980's and before, which is wasted potential.

Why do you think that Ninty will only release VCA games from the early 80's & before. Even if an arcade game after the 80's has no licensing or emulation issues, it still might not be released because of Ninty's supposed early 80's & before policy of VCA?

Your post isn't making much sense.

Sean_Aaron

marktheshark wrote:

Why do you think that Ninty will only release VCA games from the early 80's & before. Even if an arcade game after the 80's has no licensing or emulation issues, it still might not be released because of Ninty's supposed early 80's & before policy of VCA?

Your post isn't making much sense.

Yeah, I don't get where that was coming from either. There's several Namco VCA releases from the late 80s early 90s in Japan right now.

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