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Posted by: Sonikku1011
« on: March 29, 2010, 07:41:47 pm »

Sega Genesis/Mega Drive. I grew up with it, and I personally think there are better games for the Genesis. Plus, I love the sound chip better than SNES' sound chip. (Yamaha 2612>Sony SPC 700) Plus call me crazy for saying this but, I actually like the 32X. xP
Posted by: Glisp
« on: February 12, 2010, 10:18:54 pm »

I think this video should solve all the Sound Quality of voices/music and graphical features of Genesis/MegaDrive vs. the SNES.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pOWZbydnlZE

(the 32x is an addon to the Genesis/MegaDrive but is still considered part of the Genesis)

No offense Gary but the 32X is overrated. It would have been good if it had more games but it died off quickly and the selection of games it had were very few. Also number of good games such as Virtua Hamster never made it onto the market. Others such as Doom 32X were released incomplete. (Doom 32X was missing about half of the levels in the original version because of the fact it was rushed to meet the holiday season.) Also there weren't any good 32X CD games so it was kind of pointless.

The Sega CD is severely underrated on the other hand because it was capable of CD Quality Audio and just made things look better. Plus it had a little ability to imitate the SNES's Mode 7. (see Sonic CD's Special Stages for details.)

The only problem with the Sega CD was the lack of good titles. There were some and these ones are probably my favorites:

-Eternal Champions: Challenge From the Dark Side
-Both Ecco games as they are nearly the same as their Genesis counterparts. (the soundtracks were ruined by Spencer Nielson. I was hoping for CD Quality remixes of the Genesis Chiptunes from the Genesis versions. Instead I ended up with some Underwater ambeint sound type music, which sounds good but not spectacular.)

-Sega CD Jurassic Park. Its a nice little game but most people are mixed about it from what I've seen.

-Sonic CD (of course.)

-Earthworm Jim: Special Edition  (Has CD Quality audio remixes of all the tracks from the game which are composed by Tommy Tallarico. It also adds a new level called Big Bruty and some new items to the game. It even has the Intestinal Distress level that was in the Genesis version but not the SNES version due to cartridge space limitations due to the buffing up of graphic and sound quality. Also was released for Windows 95.)

-Wild Woody ( Okay, this game is actually a mockery among many. People say the game has one of the worst names ever. The game is generally seen as a collector's item. It was the last North American Sega CD game ever released. It ended up leaving Sega only to wind up in bargain bins. The game itself is actually pretty decent. The controls might be a bit confusing at first but eventually it seems like a really great game. If that's not enough, the soundtrack was composed by none other than the Heavy Metal Artist, Bumblefoot who is called Ron Thal in the credits. I've been to the programmer's website. He also programmed Sega CD Jurassic Park ironically. He doesn't really enjoy hearing the jokes made about this game since he worked hard on it while programming.)
Posted by: Darkness_LordII
« on: February 04, 2010, 08:52:15 pm »

As a video game collectors , I would give the edge to the super nintendo but both system got instant hits.

The super nintendo got all the Nintendo Classic
The sega genesis got top quality arcade game made by sega themselves
Both system got killer game like street fighter , mortal kombat or the EA Sport Title
Posted by: Photon-Phoenix
« on: November 08, 2009, 07:47:55 pm »

I think this video should solve all the Sound Quality of voices/music and graphical features of Genesis/MegaDrive vs. the SNES.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pOWZbydnlZE

(the 32x is an addon to the Genesis/MegaDrive but is still considered part of the Genesis)
Posted by: Lauryn the Arisen
« on: October 03, 2009, 12:34:09 pm »

Well, I was only 3 when the release of Sonic the Hedgehog Sega Master System II over here, and that was my first game, then Sonic the Hedgehog 2 came out, a while later, but when I was about 9, my brother had a NES, and the only game we had was Super Mario Bros 3, since the NES was highly old and we couldn't get any other NES games back then, then the SNES came out with Mortal Kombat Trilogy, Street Fighter II: The World Warrior, Street Fighter II: Turbo Edition, Super Mario World, Mario All Stars, and some other awesome games in my younger years, and we did have an Japanese version (I think it was) of a Mega Drive, and we had Mortal Kombat, and other games. I'm not taking sides, but I am a fan of both Sega, Nintendo. I grew up with Sega, but loved both Sonic and the Mario games when I was a kid. I do like other things, like Xbox, Play Station, but again I'm not a "fan girl" on one company/console like most are, but it's how I am. I've played a lot of good games over the years, but half of the names for the Master System, I don't remember, but I remember some, like Sonic the Hedgehog 1 and 2, Ninja (The one I used to play was difference, with the difference colored scrolls), Gangster Town, Rescue Mission, but the SNES, had one awesome game, my brother and I used to play was called, Zombies: Ate My Neighbors and I fucking loved that game as I thought it was funny with the little fuckers coming from cereal boxes with axes in a shopping mall it was great. There was another game on the Mega Drive, I don't remember the name but something about it well certain parts of it used to spook me shitless. Even now after all these years, (yes I still own 2 Dreamcasts), I was able to get a SNES and a Mega Drive II. There's a shop I know that sells old games/consoles, and I was able to get a few old games from there, but yeah I grew up around Sonic, then around with Mario, (Even I used to be up every morning watching the old cartoons, of Sonic and Mario), but there has been some awesome games on the Mega Drive and the SNES.
Posted by: Photon-Phoenix
« on: October 03, 2009, 12:24:56 pm »

Technical specifications are nice to throw around willy-nilly, yes, but what can the consoles actually do with them? Because I'm pretty sure the only good game for the Megadrive is Zero Wing.

The Genesis/Mega Drive also has Sonic 3 and Phantasy Star IV, which I thought were good.

Rocket Knight's good, too.
Posted by: Maralis
« on: October 03, 2009, 12:03:11 pm »

Technical specifications are nice to throw around willy-nilly, yes, but what can the consoles actually do with them? Because I'm pretty sure the only good game for the Megadrive is Zero Wing.

The Genesis/Mega Drive also has Sonic 3 and Phantasy Star IV, which I thought were good.
Posted by: Glisp
« on: September 23, 2009, 07:07:56 pm »

Before some of you Nintendo Fanboys start to harp about the Genesis' sound quality you'd better look at this. (Note this is a soundboard II mix and not an actualy Mega DRive Sound chip mix. However they are almost identical in terms of how they sound for the most part. The only difference with this version is the CD Quality audio since its part of the official OST:
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QdcTj11A67A[/youtube]
So you're in theory trying to show us an example of the Genesis's sound quality, and then you give us something which you admit is not the Genesis?

It was made using Sound Board II as it is from the official Streets of Rage Soundtrack. however it is almost identical to the way the Genesis version of music sounds minus the voice effects being slightly enhanced and the fact that it is CD Quality. However, the youtube video in low quality sounds just like the Genesis version of the music. I'll rip a version of the way it sounds on the Genesis and upload it somewhere if you aren't convinced still. Actually you know what. I'll do it anyway because I can!

Edit: Here you go! ^_^ http://www.sendspace.com/file/r5h36l
Posted by: Zowayix
« on: September 16, 2009, 07:39:26 pm »

Before some of you Nintendo Fanboys start to harp about the Genesis' sound quality you'd better look at this. (Note this is a soundboard II mix and not an actualy Mega DRive Sound chip mix. However they are almost identical in terms of how they sound for the most part. The only difference with this version is the CD Quality audio since its part of the official OST:
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QdcTj11A67A[/youtube]
So you're in theory trying to show us an example of the Genesis's sound quality, and then you give us something which you admit is not the Genesis?
Posted by: Brocco Guy
« on: September 16, 2009, 07:22:56 pm »

Before some of you Nintendo Fanboys start to harp about the Genesis' sound quality you'd better look at this. (Note this is a soundboard II mix and not an actualy Mega DRive Sound chip mix. However they are almost identical in terms of how they sound for the most part. The only difference with this version is the CD Quality audio since its part of the official OST:
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QdcTj11A67A[/youtube]



NEVER EVER cite one source. 3 is good. For example:

If I were to say that x^2 = x, and just cite 0 and 1, I would not be putting up a strong argument.

If I were to say that cloning is bad (I almost spelled it cloan), I would say:

Human cloning is bad:
  1. The clone could not live up to parent's expectations
  2. The clone is not their child, so they could be harsh to it.
  3. It is still very theoretical and dangerous.

There is a decent argument. You may also want to state the other side as well. I know, it may not seem good, but it makes you look intelligent.

(I know, my argument is very concise for the sake of explanation.)

I'd like to make a debate point that is only based on one source and the debate topic is listed below:

Google.com doesn't exist.

Yes it does.

Source: http://google.com

I should take that back and say OPINIONATED point.
Posted by: Photon-Phoenix
« on: September 16, 2009, 06:38:23 pm »

Before some of you Nintendo Fanboys start to harp about the Genesis' sound quality you'd better look at this. (Note this is a soundboard II mix and not an actualy Mega DRive Sound chip mix. However they are almost identical in terms of how they sound for the most part. The only difference with this version is the CD Quality audio since its part of the official OST:
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QdcTj11A67A[/youtube]



NEVER EVER cite one source. 3 is good. For example:

If I were to say that x^2 = x, and just cite 0 and 1, I would not be putting up a strong argument.

If I were to say that cloning is bad (I almost spelled it cloan), I would say:

Human cloning is bad:
  1. The clone could not live up to parent's expectations
  2. The clone is not their child, so they could be harsh to it.
  3. It is still very theoretical and dangerous.

There is a decent argument. You may also want to state the other side as well. I know, it may not seem good, but it makes you look intelligent.

(I know, my argument is very concise for the sake of explanation.)

I'd like to make a debate point that is only based on one source and the debate topic is listed below:

Google.com doesn't exist.

Yes it does.

Source: http://google.com
Posted by: Brocco Guy
« on: September 16, 2009, 06:02:44 pm »

Before some of you Nintendo Fanboys start to harp about the Genesis' sound quality you'd better look at this. (Note this is a soundboard II mix and not an actualy Mega DRive Sound chip mix. However they are almost identical in terms of how they sound for the most part. The only difference with this version is the CD Quality audio since its part of the official OST:
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QdcTj11A67A[/youtube]



NEVER EVER cite one source. 3 is good. For example:

If I were to say that x^2 = x, and just cite 0 and 1, I would not be putting up a strong argument.

If I were to say that cloning is bad (I almost spelled it cloan), I would say:

Human cloning is bad:
  1. The clone could not live up to parent's expectations
  2. The clone is not their child, so they could be harsh to it.
  3. It is still very theoretical and dangerous.

There is a decent argument. You may also want to state the other side as well. I know, it may not seem good, but it makes you look intelligent.

(I know, my argument is very concise for the sake of explanation.)
Posted by: Glisp
« on: September 15, 2009, 10:04:34 pm »

Before some of you Nintendo Fanboys start to harp about the Genesis' sound quality you'd better look at this. (Note this is a soundboard II mix and not an actualy Mega DRive Sound chip mix. However they are almost identical in terms of how they sound for the most part. The only difference with this version is the CD Quality audio since its part of the official OST:
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QdcTj11A67A[/youtube]

Posted by: Missing? NO!
« on: September 01, 2009, 08:47:36 pm »

I just love the Super Nintendo. It has so many great games.
Posted by: Zowayix
« on: September 01, 2009, 06:54:45 pm »

Technical specifications are nice to throw around willy-nilly, yes, but what can the consoles actually do with them? Because I'm pretty sure the only good game for the Megadrive is Zero Wing. SNES on the other hand has Earthbound, Super Mario RPG, A Link to the Past, Super Mario World, F-Zero, just to name a few.