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Re: List of Neo Geo Ports and Compilations

by BoneSnapDeez Sun May 25, 2014 4:52 pm

And Magical Drop III.

There are also the Neo Geo X compilations. 8)
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Re: List of Neo Geo Ports and Compilations

by d123456 Mon May 26, 2014 4:28 pm

RickyHenry wrote:Don't forget about STREET HOOP on the Wii Data East collection!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JLLyd7ZQuoo
Has some groovy music. I wonder if it is as fun as it looks.
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Re: List of Neo Geo Ports and Compilations

by JoeAwesome Mon May 26, 2014 4:59 pm

d123456 wrote:
RickyHenry wrote:Don't forget about STREET HOOP on the Wii Data East collection!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JLLyd7ZQuoo
Has some groovy music. I wonder if it is as fun as it looks.


Street Hoops? It's legit, but try the non-USA version. I found that one to be odd for some reason.
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Re: List of Neo Geo Ports and Compilations

by RickyHenry Tue Jun 03, 2014 11:59 am

Yes! Street Hoop is excellent! The computer is hellacheap though!

Anywho! This thread is great! And while I agree that, yeah, you could get a USB arcade stuck and run all of these via emulator, it's still much cooler to us (collectors) to OWN them officially.(box, manual, etc)

So! Let me ask this question. Lets say you have every mainstream console (PS1/2, Saturn, DC, XBOX, etc) AND a Neo Geo CD.

What AES/MVS games (after 1999-ish) did not get CD or mainstream console releases?

Might be a short list...
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Re: List of Neo Geo Ports and Compilations

by ninjainspandex Tue Jun 03, 2014 12:06 pm

RickyHenry wrote:Yes! Street Hoop is excellent! The computer is hellacheap thought!

Anywho! This thread is great! And while I agree that, yeah, you could get a USB arcade stuck and run all of these via emulator, it's still much cooler to us (collectors) to OWN them officially.(box, manual, etc)

So! Let me ask this question. Lets say you have every mainstream console (PS1/2, Saturn, DC, XBOX, etc) AND a Neo Geo CD.

What AES/MVS games (after 1999-ish) did not get CD or mainstream console releases?

Might be a short list...


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Re: List of Neo Geo Ports and Compilations

by fastbilly1 Tue Jun 03, 2014 12:21 pm

Bang Bead is the only one I can think of.
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Re: List of Neo Geo Ports and Compilations

by KalessinDB Wed Jun 04, 2014 3:55 am

RickyHenry wrote:So! Let me ask this question. Lets say you have every mainstream console (PS1/2, Saturn, DC, XBOX, etc) AND a Neo Geo CD.


What kind of crazy sonofabitch would have that many consoles...

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But in all seriousness, go cross-reference http://www.neogeosoft.com 's lists (I think you'd just need the MVS-only one) with the list earlier in this thread (which btw is awesome and I'm very glad it was necrobumped)
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