I have played
Nintendo DS (has to be playable with minimal touch screen usage)
Castlevania Rondo of Blood
I'll give Streets of Rage 2, Metal Gear 2, Last Alert, Star Tropics, Powerblade, JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, Famicom Detective Club and Magi Nation. I didn't bother with Black and White 1 because I'm using a catch em all hack, so it's kind of redundant. Plus, I played it on my 3ds when I was really young. Sorry the dragon..... god dammit auto correct. I already said Snatcher. I was told harmony of dissonance was the weakest of the GBA castlevania games which I wasn't really into to begin with.The Amazing Tazy Ten wrote: ↑Fri Nov 10, 2017 4:33 amI'll recommend one from EACH!
Genesis: Give Streets of Rage 2 a try. If you really like it you can look at Streets of Rage 1 and 3 but 2 is said to be the best. If you don't like playing a sequel first than start with the first one, but that's up to you.
MSX: Play Metal Gear 2: Solid Snake and enjoy being slowly cooked by grenades by a guy wearing green.
DS: ...Pokemon White/Black 1? I mean you played all the other ones and there are differences with White/Black 2. Speaking of, I have to go find White/Black 2 for myself.
NES: Gonna assume you want something that isn't going to make you hate being alive, so I'll recommend Startropics. It's a top down dungeon crawler but with a yo-yo. I... think there's some copy protection in it but I can't remember so you'll have to look that one up. If you don't want to, try Power Blade and throw boomerangs at machines instead.
PC Engine: Last Alert. Play it. Love it.
Playstation: ...Sorry the Dragon? ...Alright, seriously. I recommend Jojo's Bizarre Adventure because what's better than Jotaro beating up an old man controlling a large bug on a plane? Nothing.
Sega CD: ...Almost wanna say that's all the good Sega CD games... OKAY OKAY. Try Snatcher. It's more adventure oriented and it's pretty bloody but it's slim pickings on the Sega CD YOU GET WHAT YOU ASKED FOR.
FDS: ...Bio Miracle Bokkute Upa? ...If you don't feel like being a big baby look up Famicom Detective Club and hope there's a translation somewhere because you're not learning Japanese with this s**t.
GBA: Did you skip Castlevania: Harmony of Dissonance? Well... that just won't do. Go back, play Harmony of Dissonance and arrange the furniture in your room like a good Belmont. It's just Juste Belmont after all.
GBC: I'll give you two choices. Either play Super Mario Land and start on the path to Wario, or play Magi Nation and enjoy a dead franchise. Hardy har har.
On Retropie it is. The only game I was ever able to get working was Mario 64, and it still had a lot of graphical glitches.
What kind of game is it?
It was a really cool interface ...Artemis008 wrote: ↑Tue Mar 27, 2018 3:40 pmWhat kind of game is it?
I also recently got Tales of Destiny, Tales of Symphonia, Seiken Densetsu 3, Legend of Mana, and Smash Bros Project M. I got my computer back, so I can play just about anything through Gamecube excluding the Sega Saturn.
I've got the abridged SNES version, I didn't really like the original Zelda.