Classic CD-ROM games compatible with Audio Players

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Re: Classic CD-ROM games compatible with Audio Players

Postby MSR1701 » January 26th, 2020, 5:53 pm

Matchstick wrote:Welp, here we go, the results of my findings from my own game collection. Games that only seem to have a warning track (or tracks) will be noted, and if the disc is a "Greatest Hits" version of sorts, that will be noted, as well. Game discs that only played a data track are not listed. All game discs were played on a mid-90s Sony Discman, and all were recognized in one way or another.

I have lumped in the games mentioned by djc, and encourage others to add to this list, as well. I seem to have misplaced my massive CD wallet full of Sega CD games, so I was fairly limited in that category. I have only included games that I have managed to test this weekend, and have not included any titles that I remember listening to from memory years ago.

With all that out of the way, let's get started!

Sega CD

Ecco: The Tides of Time (full soundtrack)
FIFA (crowd noise / in-game music)
Midnight Raiders (intro movie soundtrack w/ voiceovers)
Mortal Kombat (game soundtrack and live-action movie theme song)
NBA Jam (game soundtrack and some voiceovers)
Pitfall: The Mayan Adventure (full soundtrack)
Sonic CD (full soundtrack)

Sega Saturn

Akumajo Dracula X (warning track)
Biohazard (warning track)
Bulk Slash (Sega Saturn Collection Version) (two short songs from the in-game soundtrack)
Daytona USA Circuit Edition (full soundtrack)
Digital Pinball Necronomicon (full soundtrack)
King of Fighters 96 (full soundtrack - YES!!)
Dynamite Deka (Sega Saturn Collection Version) (full soundtrack, with voiceovers from cutscenes)
Fighters Megamix (full soundtrack)
Fighting Vipers (full soundtrack, including the Pepsi Man theme)
GunGriffon (full soundtrack)
Panzer Dragoon II (three songs from the in-game soundtrack)
Sega Bomberman Fight (full soundtrack)
Sega Rally (full soundtrack - track 16 is "GAME OVER, YEAAAAAAH!!")
Shin Shinobiden (two short songs from the in-game soundtrack)
Street Fighter Zero 2 (warning track)
Super Dimension Fortress Macross: Do You Remember Love? (warning track)
Vampire Hunter (warning track)
Virtual On (full soundtrack)
X-Men vs Street Fighter (full soundtrack - YES, AGAIN!!)

Sony PlayStation

Alien Trilogy (Greatest Hits Version) (full soundtrack)
Castlevania: SOTN (Greatest Hits Version) (warning track, followed by a short song)
Darkstalkers: The Night Warriors (full soundtrack)
Loaded (full soundtrack - lots of memories of this one)
Rampage World Tour (two songs from the in-game soundtrack)

That's all for now! Most PlayStation games I own do not play anything but a data track. Also, I wish there were more consistency from the Capcom fighting games. Strange that X-Men vs Street Fighter has the entire soundtrack on the Saturn, yet none of my other Saturn games made by Capcom do. Strange again that Darkstalkers has its soundtrack yet Vampire Hunter does not. That being said, I'll take what I can get, and it's nice having that KOF '96 soundtrack to balance things out.

Again, feel free to add to this list, as my game collection is pretty tiny compared to that of many other users on this site. Once I find the bulk of my Sega CD collection, I will be sure to update the list with whatever additional titles I come across.



Thanks for the info!!! This is greatly appreciated!

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Re: Classic CD-ROM games compatible with Audio Players

Postby MSR1701 » January 26th, 2020, 5:54 pm

To add to the list:

Sega CD
Stellar Fire - soundtrack plus voice dialog
Battlecorps - soundtrack plus voice dialog in at least 4 lanuages


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