Discussion in 'Games' started by Jedi Bib, Jun 8, 2002.
And I'm going to play me some Road Rash 2.
That is all for now.
Was that a sega or atari thing?
It's a Sega 'thing.' Mine broke about two years ago. The controllers were already destroyed from me slamming them on the floor so much.
lol, don't they have Road Rash II (and I) on the PC?
Anyhoo, that game's fun.
I need to play with the Genesis controller to get the true feel for RR2. I still have my old genesis but it doesn't work to well. I'm slso buying a multitap so four of my really cool friends can play! KEWL!
i remember those frustrating genesis games. i ues to throw my controller down alot too.
I just got a huge blister on my thumb from forgetting the propery way of performing Ryu's fireball. I was using the tip of my thumb. I paid for it.
In anticpation for the new Spider-Man movie, I connected my Sega Genesis and Sega CD to play...however, the power supply burned out on the Sega CD, so I was reduced to play 'Sonic and Knuckles.'
Never had me a Genesis. I had me a Sega Master System! Now THAT was a (coughbadcough) system!
nothing like playing really old games on the sega master system. Classic like the early FFs and um... uhh... yeah.
I still have mine and no one will ever make me get rid of it. Because if you do...
I have genesis i think it still works...o I remeber those Hedge Hog days
Get and extra pad, a friend, and Battletech. 2 player fun (hardness) and only a few levels... but fun!
I still have the original '91 model. The one with the headphones jack and volume control.
So do I. I ripped it open last night to fix a few things. It came out in '89 though.
Cyber Ball was awesome.
Mutant League Football for Sega Genesis. Best. Game. Ever.
The Road Rash games and MLF dominated my life for quite some time.
Am I the only one that hopes that they'll make a Road Rash movie? It could be like the Fast and the Furious.
I think I spent most of last summer playing good ole Genesis games. Believe you me, Sega games only get funner when combined with Anheiser-Busch products. What's great about the Genesis is you can go to Funcoland and buy a used game for an average of about 3 bucks. We used to pitch in for a new game about every night, and depending on how good it was, it may or may not have ended up thrown into the 20 gal. fish tank. I think Joe Montana Sportstalk Football lasted about 20 mins til it became fish-food.
Anybody ever play Skitchin'? That game was Road Rash and rollerblades. That game was awesome as well.
Yeah, I have the old model too. What got me was that it looked like a CD player on top when they first advertised it. I was hoping it would be the first CD game system but it was cartridge. Then came the CD attachment. I was really siked about that till the games came out and they were stinkers. The concept was cool for it's time, but they really didn't put too much effort into the playability of those games.
scitching is great! So is mutant eague anything.
Lets make a list of games I should try to find:
Mutant League Hockey
Mutant League Football
Captain America and The Avengers (trust me)
Road Rash 1
Road Rash 2
Toejam and Earl
Captain America and the Avengers was an awesome game. It was just like the arcade version.
Also, try and find Maximum Carnage. It was an old Spiderman game but it was tons of fun.
Oh, I was looking at Maximun carnage the other day. Thank you for reminding me.
What's this?? No one has mentioned Revenge of Shinobi??
I was never a fan of shinobi.