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Offline Bluevoodu

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Sega CD collections
« on: June 12, 2005, 11:34:12 PM »
For those of you who still play the Sega CD, post up your collections!

I am curious how many people are still into the sega cd.

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Re: Sega CD collections
« Reply #1 on: June 13, 2005, 01:03:31 PM »
My rather small Japanese Mega CD collection:

Bari-Arm
Silpheed
Sonic The Hedgehog CD
Wonder Dog
Popful Mail
Dennin Aleste
Sol Feace
F-1 Heavenly Symphony
Garou Densetsu Special
Final Fight CD


I still need to pick up Keio Yuugekitai at some point.
« Last Edit: June 13, 2005, 10:29:56 PM by Kiken »

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Re: Sega CD collections
« Reply #2 on: February 26, 2006, 12:26:52 AM »
Little by little I'll keep adding to these topics one all the systems I have.  Today I'll post my Sega CD collection which I have just recently brought back out of hibernation.  My fav Sega CD game of alltime is most definitely Sewer Shark.  That game may well have the coolest and funniest intro video ever in video game history.

"WELCOME TO THE SEWERS PUNK!" :lol

Cliffhanger
Corpse Killer
Double Switch
Eternal Champions : Challenge From The Dark Side
FIFA Soccer
Final Fight
Ground Zero Texas
Joe Montana's NFL Football
Jurassic Park
Lethal Enforcers
Mortal Kombat
NBA JAM
NHL 94
Night Trap
Sewer Shark - "The guy you're replacing?  He had that same tough guy smirk on his face that you do.  'Til he hit the wall!  There out there now blottin' him up with handiwipes!" :D
Silpheed
Slam City
The Adventures Of Willy Beamish
The Terminator
Time Gal
Wolfchild
World Cup USA 94
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Re: Sega CD collections
« Reply #3 on: March 05, 2006, 08:24:29 AM »
Only game I have is Slam City with Scottie Pippen. I don't have a Sega CD, but it seems that I can't get rid of this game even though it's almost in mint condition.  :-\

Maybe I'll hold onto it and get a CD one day from BV.  :D

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Re: Sega CD collections
« Reply #4 on: March 28, 2006, 02:49:30 PM »
Sonic CD
Panic!
Midnight Raiders
Sherlock Holmes Vol. 1
Sega Classics (4 in 1)
Bram Stoker's Dracula
Earthworm Jim Special Edition
Heart of an Alien: Out of this World 2
Pitfall: The Mayan Adventure
Flashback
Ecco the Dolphin
Final Fight CD
Sega Classics 5 in 1 (includes Super Monaco GP)
Lethel Enforcers w/ blue gun
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Re: Sega CD collections
« Reply #6 on: March 05, 2007, 03:13:43 AM »
That's quite an extensive collection you have there.  Wouldn't mind those Lunar games. :D
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Re: Sega CD collections
« Reply #7 on: March 13, 2007, 05:56:37 PM »
Hi All,
Heres my little offering of this underrated system :
PAL GAMES (UK/Europe)
AD & D Eye Of The Beholder
Afterburner III
Batman Returns
Battlecorps
BC Racers
Beast II
Bill Walsh College Football
Blackhole Assault
Bloodshot
Brutal  Paws Of Fury
Chuck Rock
Chuck Rock 2 Son Of Chuck
Cobra Command & Sol Feace
Corpse Killer
Double Switch
Dracula Unleashed
Dragon's Lair
Dune
Dungeon Explorer
Dungeon Master II Skullkeep
Earthworm Jim Special Edition
Ecco 2 The Tides Of Time
Ecco The Dolphin
ESPN Baseball Tonight
Eternal Champions
Farenheit got today 7th april
FIFA International Soccer
Final Fight CD
Flink
Formula 1 World Championship
Ground Zero Texas
Hook
Jaguar XJ220
Jurassic Park
Keio Flying Squadron
Kids On Site
Lethal Enforcers
Lethal Enforcers II Gun Fighters
Lords Of Thunder
Make My Video Inxs
Make My Video Kris Kross
Mickey Mania
Microcosm
Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers
Mortal Kombat
NBA Jam
NHL Hockey '94
Night Trap
Novastorm
Pitfall The Mayan Adventure
Power Factory
Power Monger
Prince Of Persia
Prize Fighter
Puggsy
Road Avenger
Sega Arcade Classics Collection
Sensible Soccer
Sewer Shark
Sherlock Holmes Vol. 1
Sherlock Holmes Vol. 2
Silpheed
Slam City With Scottie Pippin
Sonic CD
Soul Star
Star Wars Rebel Assault
Starblade
Supreme Warrior
Surgical Strike got today 7th april
The Amazing Spiderman Vs. Kingpin
The San Diego Zoo Presents The Animals
The Software Toolworks Star Wars Chess
The Terminator
Thunderhawk
Time Gal
Tomcat Alley
Wolfchild
Wonder Dog
World Cup USA '94
WWF Rage In The Cage
Yumemi Mystery Mansion
NTSC US GAMES
Android Assault
Battle Frenzy
Bouncers
Bram Stoker's Dracula
Bug Blasters The Exterminators
Cadillacs & Dinosaurs
Citizen X
Iron Helix
Jeopardy!
Joe Montana's NFL Football
Lunar The Silver Star
Marko
Racing Aces
Revengers Of Vengeance
Stellar Fire
The Adventures Of Batman & Robin
Wirehead
NTSC JAPANESE GAMES
Cosmic Fantasy Stories
Earnest Evans
F.H.B. Funky Horror Band
Lunar The Silver Star
Sangokushi III
Switch
Warau Salesman
I am always on the look out for more of these games, so I can complete my Sega/Mega Cd collection.
P.S. Contact me if you have any games for sale.
« Last Edit: April 07, 2007, 04:27:34 PM by northern_gooner »

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Re: Sega CD collections
« Reply #9 on: February 13, 2009, 02:02:43 PM »
Gah, my collection is weak... I only have Silpheed, Robo Aleste, and the two Ecco games. I still need to get Snatcher, Keio Flying Squadron, and Sonic CD. Robo Aleste is god-tier though, and highly recommended for anyone who likes a good shoot-em-up.