It was 1998 my father was in the hospital waiting for a lung transplant and that is where i got my genesis/segacd i loved the way sega did games nothing can compare to the. genesis and what it did also my father died in the hospital waiting for his transplant
Currently Playing: Penguin Land, Phantasy Star, Tennis Ace Last Game Beaten: Parlour Games
Another top-flight choice I've loved the Mega Drive versions since they were first released, but didn't properly appreciate the quality of the SMS conversion until I played it in 60Hz, properly showing off the nice big sprites and legendery choonz. Just Blaze'd through it again tonight, dispensing pixel-perfect flying kicks to all and sundry
Just got round to playing it again now. I played the Megadrive version first and was completely blown away by it so when I heard of it's impending release on the SMS I was quite looking forward to it. I got it for £29.99, brand new, for my birthday (can't remember which) and played it non stop for ages. The game has some great graphics, despite some sprite flicker, and some catchy background music. Each character has plenty of moves and the game can be quite challenging on hard mode. Only let downs are the absence of a two player mode and the way there is no more than two enemies on the screen at any one time. Also when you hit an enemy it doesn't really feel like you've hit them. I think this is mainly because of weak sound effects. Only Streets of Rage 2 for the Megadrive got this right.
Top 5 currently most wanted games: 1. Alex Kidd The Lost Stars 2. Alex Kidd in Miracle World 3. Hang On (Card in box) 4. Great Soccer Card 5. Sports Pad Football Also any complete Mark III games.