Shadow Hog wrote:The fact that they're able to port Saturn games even still is actually somewhat exciting. Who knows, maybe they'll be able to port <i>other</i> classics, like the <i>Panzer Dragoon</i> series (barring the first, which is already ported), <i>Astal</i>, <i>Clockwork Knight 2</i> (the first is rather meh), and pretty much anything Treasure ever made (like <i>Radiant Silvergun</i> - in fact, ESPECIALLY <i>Radiant Silvergun</i>).
Pepperidge wrote:Well, this is good since I don't really have to give a shit about JoD anymore. But where's Burning Rangers?
Frieza2000 wrote:That year they ported SADX to PC, made Sega SuperStars for the eyetoy, repackaged Mega Collection as Mega Collection Plus, and ported Heroes to PC, and have since followed it up with Gems Collection, Shadow, Riders, a PC port of Mega Collection Plus, a dysfunctional GBA port of Sonic 1, a PC version of Riders, Rivals, Sonic X on Leapster, and now Olympics and Tennis. In fact, the only traditional Sonic games we've had in the last 4 years are Rush 1&2 and Sonic 2k6.
Kogen wrote:Outrun2(and it's varients), After Burner Climax, House of the Dead 4, Virtua Fighter 5, Yakuza, and SEGA Rally Revo
In the post-dreamcast days the only recognizable remnant of SEGA's glory days was Hitmaker. As soon as they stopped making Xbox games it was all over. I know it's a largely emotional distinction, but JSRF and Orta are -- in my mind at least -- the last two games produced by the 'old' SEGA.
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