I've been importing quite a few Japanese Sega Saturn games as of late.
Anyone remember Psygnosis? I've been playing quite a few of their games as of late, including Wipeout, 3D Lemmings (Both the US Longbox PSX version AND Japanese Sega Saturn version are in the mail now, they should get here sometime next week), and the Saturn version of Destruction Derby, which wasn't released here in the US. It's a bit slower than the PSX version, but it is just as fun.
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Mattfrie1 said: Lemmings, Lemmings everywhere.
3D Lemmings just sounds like it would be a huge headache. I remember playing the hell out of the first Lemmings, though. That, and Lemmings Tribes, I think it was called. It was basically shareware and each episode was a different sprite & tile set. The shareware had the classic lemmings, ninja lemmings, and Egyptian lemmings. I don't know what else there was because I never got the full game.
I'm actually working on a new recreation of Doom's E1M1 as a level mod for Goldeneye, and I was gonna post some shots of that... but I still need to fix a few leaks, and it's not properly optimized for real play in an emulator yet, so that can wait for later. :D
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I'm not that great at the game, actually, but I just kept grinding away at it every night for a few weeks until I made a full run without being hit. The stupid Kirby and polygon rounds kept screwing me up the most.
E.V.O. in particular is fairly odd; you start the game as a tiny fish, and as you level up, you can use the game's version of Lego-style-genetics to 'evolve' into various creatures built from different parts.
Clock Tower is an horror-style adventure game where you try to escape a mansion while stalked by a demonic kid with oversized scissors. I think there's a PC port of it too, but I've never played it.
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Gotta say Mithran, that's some impeccable taste in gaming goodness right there. I especially love Clock Tower and EVO for the SNES. Clock Tower still manages to get me on edge; it's got fantastic atmosphere.