2 comments on “Three Mega Drive Games – New Additions (Fatal Fury 2…)

  1. I thought you already had Quackshot. I remember really enjoying it… though much more difficult that Mickey Mouse. I also you thought it would be funny if i bought world of illusion thinking the game would suck… some friend. Turns out the game rocked!

    I’m thinking of expanding my collection into retro gaming systems. I have a lead on an Intellivision. I’m interested in Colecovision, Vic 20, Commodore 64 (just the keyboard)… What else am i missing?


  2. Oh, that’s far from the longest Japanese game title (Chō Aniki: Kyūkyoku Muteki Ginga Saikyō Otoko might be longer, but I’m too lazy to count the letters and Tohoku Daigaku Mirai Kagaku Gijutsu Kyodo Kenkyu Center Kawashima Ryuta Kyoju Kanshu: Motto Nou wo Kitaeru Otona no DS Training is DEFINITELY longer}, but it is pretty darn long! I don’t have that particular mah-jong game, but I do have MahJong Cop (detective mah-jong!) and some other game with a pink cover (I think it’s a dating sim/mah-jong game). Shanghai 3: Dragon’s Eye doesn’t count because it’s a straight up matching puzzle game that happens to use mahjong pieces. That game is in English if you happen to see it and are wondering.

    Quack Shot is cool and a classic- I thought I wouldn’t like it when I first played it ages ago, but it’s fun to blaze through a few times and that music during the last boss fight is funny (well, I think so). Fatal Fury 2 was one of the better SNK ports on the Genesis/MD (at least I think so), but I’d always wanted to see stuff like Magician Lord or Metal Slug pop up as 16-bit games… ah well…


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