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

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    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


    "Dynamite Headdy" WAS made by SEGA, you know; check it out here if you don't believe me:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dynamite_Headdy
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    Wow Parrothead, I think you of all people would know that Treasure contributes to SEGA plenty. Game Freak develops Pokémon titles, but it's still a dang Nintendo product. Gunstar Heroes was developed by Treasure, but it's still considered a game by SEGA. Even if they publish it, it would count.

    Hmm... this Dynamite Headdy game looks pretty cool, and the fact that Treasure developed it must mean that it must go out of it's way to produce explosive CGI backgrounds. Is it as good as Gunstar Heroes?
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    I know it's been mentioned already, but I have to say Streets of Rage 2. The graphics were awesome (especially considering it was 1992), the amount of objects allowed on the screen, especially on the harder settings is astounding, and the music rocks! It really helps put you into the atmosphere of 1992 N.Y.C.
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    2 many 2 list.
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    Quote by sonic64
    Quote by knuclear200x
    Quote by parrothead1983


    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


    "Dynamite Headdy" WAS made by SEGA, you know; check it out here if you don't believe me:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dynamite_Headdy


    Developer(s) Treasure Co. Ltd
    Publisher(s) Sega

    sega only published it einstein

    and xe-a-thoul I'd say gunstar heroes is better than dynamite headdy.
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    The word "Headdy" reminds me of Kid Chameleon because the last boss was called "Headdy Metal", man!
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    Streets of Rage, Toejam and Earl, Outrun, Vectorman, and Kid Chameleon.
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    Quote by Megamanfan1500
    I know it's been mentioned already, but I have to say Streets of Rage 2. The graphics were awesome (especially considering it was 1992), the amount of objects allowed on the screen, especially on the harder settings is astounding, and the music rocks! It really helps put you into the atmosphere of 1992 N.Y.C.


    wait....what's so bad about the graphics of 1992? zelda 3 came out that year.....as did sonic 2
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    Quote by Drakon
    Quote by Megamanfan1500
    I know it's been mentioned already, but I have to say Streets of Rage 2. The graphics were awesome (especially considering it was 1992), the amount of objects allowed on the screen, especially on the harder settings is astounding, and the music rocks! It really helps put you into the atmosphere of 1992 N.Y.C.


    wait....what's so bad about the graphics of 1992? zelda 3 came out that year.....as did sonic 2

    No, you misunderstood me. I'm praising the graphics. What i'm trying to say is that the game was able to handle a lot of on screen sprites with little to no slowdown which is VERY impressive for 1992.
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    The Genesis version of "Ghouls N Ghosts" was actually published by Sega, so I wonder if it counts as well...
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    Quote by sonic64
    The Genesis version of "Ghouls N Ghosts" was actually published by Sega, so I wonder if it counts as well...
    Thanks for the bump, R-tard.
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    Quote by sonic64
    The Genesis version of "Ghouls N Ghosts" was actually published by Sega, so I wonder if it counts as well...


    well sega didn't MAKE the game so NO
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    Theme Park. I love that game.
    Quite a few titles tie for second, though.
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    Quote by Cambion
    Theme Park. I love that game.
    Quite a few titles tie for second, though.
    Whoa, I thought you were, like, dead.
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    Quote by Drakon
    Quote by sonic64
    The Genesis version of "Ghouls N Ghosts" was actually published by Sega, so I wonder if it counts as well...


    well sega didn't MAKE the game so NO


    At least YOUR opinion was honest...
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    Quote by sonic64
    Quote by Drakon
    Quote by sonic64
    The Genesis version of "Ghouls N Ghosts" was actually published by Sega, so I wonder if it counts as well...


    well sega didn't MAKE the game so NO


    At least YOUR opinion was honest...


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    You guys haven't played Lighening Force (Or also known as Thunder Force 4)?

    Seriously? Where have you guys been? This was the best looking side scrolling space shooter of its time and yet it's still neglected to be mentioned?
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    Quote by ModSquad
    You guys haven't played Lighening Force (Or also known as Thunder Force 4)?

    Seriously? Where have you guys been? This was the best looking side scrolling space shooter of its time and yet it's still neglected to be mentioned?


    shaq fu is the best fighting game based off of shaq of it's time. But that doesn't make it worth mentioning now does it.
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    You guys have NEVER heard of Thunder Force 4?
    My copy of this game came in the Sega Master System package alongside of Sonic and Tails.

    Heres a Jewtube video on it: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I84BPy2PD4Q&feature=related
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    Crazy Taxi is awesome, I have the PS2 version, pretty good.

    Streets of Rage and Golden Axe were awesome games as well.
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