Thread: Favorite video game by SEGA that isn't Sonic-related.

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    • 11 years 10 months ago
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    Here are several examples:

    Comix Zone
    Alex Kidd series
    Streets of Rage series
    Shinobi series
    Altered Beast
    Golden Axe series
    Phantasy Star series
    Zaxxon series
    Space Harrier series
    After Burner series
    Shenmue series
    Sakura Wars series
    Shining Force series
    Dragon Force series
    Winter Heat
    Sword of Vermillion
    Alien Soldier
    Alien Storm
    Bay Route
    SEGA Ninja
    Columns series
    Crack Down
    ESWAT series
    Fantasy Zone series
    Out Run series
    Greendog The Beach Surfer Dude
    Ristar
    Wonder Boy series
    Hokuto no Ken games (including Black Belt and Last Battle, which are modified versions)
    Clockwork Knight 1 and 2
    Panzar Dragoon series
    Virtua Racing series
    Virtua Fighter series
    Eternal Champions series
    N-Sub
    Vectorman series
    Ecco the Dolphin series
    Toejam & Earl series
    Kid Chameleon
    SGGG (a.k.a. Segagaga)
    Segata Sanshirou Shinken Yuugi
    Rent-A-Hero series
    Daytona USA series
    SEGA Rally series
    Burning Rangers
    Fighting Vipers
    Space Channel 5
    Sambo de Amigo
    Crazy Taxi
    Chu Chu Rocket
    NiGHTS series
    Amazing Island
    Billy Hatcher and the Giant Egg
    Jet Grind Radio
    Virtua Tennis series

    There are so many of them.
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    woohoo, clockwork knight!
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    Alex kidd
    Vectorman
    Crazy Taxi
    Golden Axe
    Jet grind radio
    Toejam And earl
    Phantasy Star
    SEGA Sports
    Streets of rage
    NIGHTS
    Shenmue
    Shinobi
    Altrerd Beast
    Ecco The dolphin
    Comix zone
    Panzer dragoon
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    Pretty much most of them.
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    Streets of rage,Golden axe and Ecco the dolphin.
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    streets of rage 2
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    Golden Axe.
    Streets of Rage 2.
    Phantasy Star.
    Phantasy Star II.
    Phantasy Star III.
    Phantasy Star IV.
    Revenge of Shinobi.
    Shinobi III.
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    Phantasy Star I-IV
    Revenge of Shinobi
    Kid Chameleon
    Shining Force 1 and II.

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    i'll just keep it short 'n simple...

    top three, in no order

    Ecco The Dolphin: The Tides of Time
    Comix Zone
    Virtua Fighter
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    Crazy Taxi is crazy win.
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    Kid Chameleon, if you haven't played this game, then do so now!

    Streets of Rage

    Comix Zone

    Vectorman

    Toejam and Earl
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    Man....Sega has some great games....here it goes:
    1.Shining the Holy Ark
    2.Panzer Dragoon Saga
    3.Phantasy Star III
    4.Phantasy StarIV
    5.Rocket Knight Adventure
    6.Nights into Dreams
    7.Nights Journey of Dreams
    8.Shining Force 1-3
    9.Ecco the Dolphin
    10.Ecco the Dolphin Tides of Time
    11.House of the Dead 1 and 2
    12.Burning Rangers
    13.Pulseman
    14.Shadowrun for Sega is definately one of my favorite games as well.
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    Rocket Knight Adventures is made by Konami. =/

    Holy shit, Pulseman was made by Game Freak... that's weird, but totally cool.
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    *checks list*

    lol he forgot Shining Force series.


    So did I. Consider Shining Force added to mine.
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    I really enjoyed "Dynamite Headdy" on the Sega Genesis.
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    Quote by mlw1984
    Kid Chameleon, if you haven't played this game, then do so now!


    Played it, enjoyed it.
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    Quote by sonic64
    I really enjoyed "Dynamite Headdy" on the Sega Genesis.


    I don't know if Dynamite Headdy counts, because it was developed by Treasure and was featured in Gunstar Heroes: Treasure Box Collection, which most likely means that Dynamite Headdy and Gunstar Heroes belong to Treasure. And I guess Guardian Heroes also belongs to Treasure. Not every game developed by Treasure belongs to them, Sin and Punishment belongs to Nintendo. Even though, Nintendo published it, Saki Amamiya, the protagonist of the game, appeared in SSBB as an Assist Trophy, which reveals that Nintendo owns Sin and Punishment.
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    Quote by parrothead1983
    Quote by sonic64
    I really enjoyed "Dynamite Headdy" on the Sega Genesis.


    I don't know if Dynamite Headdy counts, because it was developed by Treasure and was featured in Gunstar Heroes: Treasure Box Collection, which most likely means that Dynamite Headdy and Gunstar Heroes belong to Treasure. And I guess Guardian Heroes also belongs to Treasure. Not every game developed by Treasure belongs to them, Sin and Punishment belongs to Nintendo. Even though, Nintendo published it, Saki Amamiya, the protagonist of the game, appeared in SSBB as an Assist Trophy, which reveals that Nintendo owns Sin and Punishment.


    hmmmmm i would like to defend this by saying, that this game was a sega exclusive. just like the Tiny Toons gazme...i think it was buster's treasure hunt
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    Quote by parrothead1983
    Quote by sonic64
    I really enjoyed "Dynamite Headdy" on the Sega Genesis.


    I don't know if Dynamite Headdy counts, because it was developed by Treasure and was featured in Gunstar Heroes: Treasure Box Collection, which most likely means that Dynamite Headdy and Gunstar Heroes belong to Treasure. And I guess Guardian Heroes also belongs to Treasure. Not every game developed by Treasure belongs to them, Sin and Punishment belongs to Nintendo. Even though, Nintendo published it, Saki Amamiya, the protagonist of the game, appeared in SSBB as an Assist Trophy, which reveals that Nintendo owns Sin and Punishment.
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    and yeah, dynamite headdy is a great game
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