And this is a pretty big game too. I have to say despite being an educational title, this is actually a pretty cool game. The stages can sometimes seem too similar to one another and get a bit dull to look, but all seven stages introduce new enemies so the game never gets boring. A video full of weird titled games. Most of you are collectors like me, so this comes in a standard Genesis Clamshell, nice good quality there.
The special attacks are also really unique this time around. And then finally we have a game called Broken Circle, this is an unreleased game for the Game Boy Advanced. And it also has alternate endings depending in which character you choose. Now the interesting this about this game is that it was never actually released. Always a good time, beating up people with your friend. There are six different pickups that enhance your weapons and give you things like secondary fire or maybe it makes you a little bit faster.
I mean, there is no blood and guts and like that. Where are the ones for the Play Station 1? And even though levels themselves had to be re-designed to kind of fit into the Genesis, so should you buy it? It also borrows voice samples from. Here is another Super Nintendo game that kind of interesting. World Reborn is probably one of the best games in this entire line. When he's not out searching the web for the latest retro gaming news or creating content for RetroCollect, he'll will most likely be found working on his Sensible Soccer skills.
But I just want to throw that out there because a lot of you have that console. The game borrows many assets from Capcom's arcade game Knights of the Round and from Final Fight 2 too, to a lesser degree. Check out the sidebar to explore our network! There is not much out there for this game. I hope that came through in the video. And again as a collector I am always happy to see a quality box, manual, and cart with a kick ass label. Even the old versions were looking good and the upgrades fantastic. This subreddit is dedicated to the legacy of that console and the games that were and are still being made for it.
If you like, you can email me at or my older address at. Now it could be that maybe my RetroN 5 is just not fully updated, I think it is but just be aware that all of the footage that you saw on this video was taken from the actual consoles because they just did not work on the RetroN 5. I think my site auto email notice might have made reference to Project Y but this finalized blog post does not. Here they are: Water Margin Genesis Mr. The license holder will want money for their intellectual properties and so you have to pay for that.
Each stage is generous on health and score items. I would love to see that or like the Saturn or hell, even the Turbo Graphics. So this uses a password save system that works pretty well. In addition to translating the game into English, we at Super Fighter Team have also fixed a few bugs that plagued the Chinese original. I just love having them in my collection and reviewing them and sharing my thoughts with the masses. You get to choose between three characters: a slow bearded axe wielder recommended for the experienced only , a balanced sword wielder and a very fast but incredibly weak female.
And like their other releases this comes with a nice cardboard box, full color manual and also really nice label on the cartridge. Ah, well that must be because we've got two great new games waiting to fill its slot! As a matter of fact, they sent me an entire box of most of the games that they sell. On several stages notably stage two , the music is too loud and drowns out the sound effects and becomes grating. The rest of the sound effects are actually pretty good though and fit the mood of the game pretty nicely. About Known as Sega Genesis in the U. And then of course, I have to talk about the packaging right? And re-released to a primary American audience by Piko Interactive in 2015 as Water Margin: The Tales of Clouds and Winds. The cool thing about this thou is that they went back and fixed, and polished a bunch of the bugs.
. Originally the programmer and artist who created this, they got to about 50% of the game being done essentially. One of the coolest things about this game and there are many is the stages that change the time of day as you advance, one goes from day, to sunset to night and another one goes from night gradually to daytime. Shui Hu Feng Yun Zhuan has a pretty good ending. Actually this is a Brazilian release that Piko Interactive was able to license and bring it up here. On a similar note, Water Margin for the Sega Mega Drive - a fantasy-inspired take on Streets of Rage also known as Shui Hu: Feng Yun Zhuan - has been stripped of its Chinese in-game text and fully localised for English audiences.
It shows you what happens to each of the characters and then has a nice credits roll. You press A to highlight your magic then A once again to use that attack and they all arrange in power. Now it came out originally only in China, and then what Piko Interactive did was acquire the license and then help with the translation over into English and North American audiences. I wanted to like this game, I just found it be very frustrating. I mean, with a great label, what more do you need? So now we get to a game a lot of people are curious about, and that is Duke Nukem 3D on the Genesis.
Overall though, the music needs improvement, to put it nicely. A couple things about this is that this only contains the second of the original episodes. You have the standard combo by mashing the B button, there are jump attacks, and you can double tap forward to run and attack that way. Is your favorite 16-bit game system shaking in nervous anticipation? All of the character sprites are very fluid and have a ton of frames of animation. I was impressed, but as a whole, this game is really impressive.