not talking not-released-as-of-this-post stuff like new
SMB/DS or RED STEEL, I mean stuff that's already out).
There are only a few classic systems I don't have that
I wish I did:
Odyssey2, Astrovision, Channel F and Arcadia 2001
as for games, for those units..KTAA! , Incredible wizard,
Alien invasion and Super Gobbler
also SNES: Axelay; PSX: Namco museum 5; Genesis: DARIUS X
I'd really like Bounty Bob Strikes Back for the Atari 5200, Battlesphere Gold for the Atari Jaguar, and Konami Arcade Classics for the PSX.
At least that last one is doable, if I ever break down and pay $30-40 online for a used Playstation game. Been hoping for several years to find it cheap in the wild, wouldn't mind finding Namco Museum 2, 4, and 5 the same way.
I wish I had an Atari Jaguar. There are quite a few games for it I like the look of - AVP, Tempest 2000, Defender 2000, Doom, Wolfenstein, Syndicate, Atari Karts, Trevor McFur, Iron Soldier.
I know it is not an old old machine but there's loads of cool shooter imports for the PS1 I want to pickup. Some of them are compilations of Darius and R-Type so that kind of counts as old right ?
I still need to pick up a SNES. Loads of great games for that of course that I need to get, been years since I played one.
The Turbo Duo has always interested me because it is meant to have some good shooters and platform games. But they're quite a bit harder to pick up round here.
My dream is a portable SNES...that would satisfy all my gaming needs. Marios, Street Fighters, Ken Griffey Baseball, NCAA Basketball, Mario Kart....I could go on forever.
It's called a Gameboy Advance.
Sure, I think "Da Critic" is right, but of course there is something kicka** about actually playing full size SNES carts on a portable, like those NES portables you see on lik-sang.com.
Some nerd has probably rigged one up for the SNES, no doubt.
Why would the critic be lambasted for saying the GBA is a portable SNES, by the way? Obviously, the GBA is a more powerful system, but is very well suited to those type of 2D games.
stated, a hobbyist builds one.
The GBA is often called a portable SNES because many SNES games were ported over to it...but quite often there were changes made which showed that it truly was a more capable system.
Same thing with the DS and N64 ports. The DS is not an N64 either but it does have some N64 ports.
Me, I would like a portable COLECOVISION please!
Anyways, I wish I had a Genesis when I was younger. I also wish I had Super Mario RPG.