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Offline Mystic Monkey

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Re: Panzer Dragoon games
« Reply #45 on: March 10, 2022, 11:58:28 am »
Master System 3D Games Collection are already available as bonuses on Sega 3D Fukkoku Archives 1-3 (3DS).
Maze Walker,  Fantasy Zone 3D, Fantasy Zone 2 3D, Space Harrier 3D, and Outrun 3D.







Also 3D version of Girl’s Garden (the first game Yuji Naka worked on) and Champion Boxing (the first game coded by Yu Suzuki).



All of these games really looks amazing on 3DS.
But they were ported by the talented M2, and I don't think SEGA would do it again without M2.
And M2 is already busy for the nest two years with their shmup series.
I can't recall if I have that game for N3DS or not, but I know I never played the 3-D games. I want to, but I can't. I know you can get the 3-D games emulated online but what's the point if they don't work with VR?
I kinda forgot that game exist, but yes, it would be cool indeed in VR version.
I'm pretty sure Rise of Nightmares, along with Sonic Free Riders, was mostly just a proof of concept or experimental games with the Kinect. I mean RoN had a somewhat decent horror story but it was still rather cheesy horror with hammy acting. It wasn't all that a bad game but it's confines to the Kinect made it both bad and all the more forgettable. But I believe if remade for virtual reality with revised gameplay then the worth of the game may shne through more. But I doubt Sega would ever be interested in finding out if RoN would be good in VR because they simply deem it a failed game.

I mean heck, the Sonic Riders series was their most popular Sonic racing games, yet they put a bullet in it because of Sonic Free Riders, which was just an experimental Kinect game. I'd much rather have Team Sonic Racing on hoverboards than sloppy-seconds from the All-Star racing games.
I think the problem is not just because of will it be expensive or not, but will it bring SEGA's profit or bring them loses, or worst case bring doom like Dreamcast back then.
I'd rather they stay safe and alive than taking that huge kind of risk.
I agree. I mean not even the Steam Machine has that much buzz, you'd think it would. Sega fans would perhaps regard Sega's gaming PC as the sixth Sega console but I doubt it would have as much attention as Dreamcast had starting out. And even if mass producing such PCs would be cheaper it would still probably be too costly for sega's part.

I just wanna see what new console they would come up with. Especially for Sega Hard Girls.

Offline Berto

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Re: Panzer Dragoon games
« Reply #46 on: March 10, 2022, 11:30:36 pm »
I mean heck, the Sonic Riders series was their most popular Sonic racing games, yet they put a bullet in it because of Sonic Free Riders, which was just an experimental Kinect game. I'd much rather have Team Sonic Racing on hoverboards than sloppy-seconds from the All-Star racing games.

I guess this is why experimental game using established francise is kinda dangerous..
It could kill the franchise since higher ups sometimes only see the numbers..
Warioware has same problem with Warioware Snapped (DSi).
It's supposed to be experimental game using DSi camera but the review was very very bad.
They revived the franchise again may years later with Warioware Gold
but in the ending line of 3DS lifeline.

I agree.I mean not even the Steam Machine has that much buzz, you'd think it would. Sega fans would perhaps regard Sega's gaming PC as the sixth Sega console but I doubt it would have as much attention as Dreamcast had starting out. And even if mass producing such PCs would be cheaper it would still probably be too costly for sega's part.

I just wanna see what new console they would come up with. Especially for Sega Hard Girls.

According to Neptunia franchise,
if SEGA didn't quit the console business,
their console will be Neptune,
using name from their previous unreleased console.


Offline Mystic Monkey

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Re: Panzer Dragoon games
« Reply #47 on: March 11, 2022, 03:57:50 am »
I guess this is why experimental game using established francise is kinda dangerous..
It could kill the franchise since higher ups sometimes only see the numbers..
Warioware has same problem with Warioware Snapped (DSi).
It's supposed to be experimental game using DSi camera but the review was very very bad.
They revived the franchise again may years later with Warioware Gold
but in the ending line of 3DS lifeline.
In yet Nintendo are still willing to make WarioWare games despite bad games in the past. Because they know the WarioWare games were still popular... for some reason.
Sega are like "Oh, this installment to the series didn't sell well. Might as well kill the spin-off series."
According to Neptunia franchise,
if SEGA didn't quit the console business,
their console will be Neptune,
using name from their previous unreleased console.


I thought the Sega Neptune was a cancelled console before the Sega Saturn? Because the Mega Drive had the Sega CD and 32X attachments that made the whole thing look ugly and require three plugs to power the whole mess, the Sega Neptune was suppose to be like a new Mega Drive that plays 32X and CD games.

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Re: Panzer Dragoon games
« Reply #48 on: March 13, 2022, 10:27:55 pm »
In yet Nintendo are still willing to make WarioWare games despite bad games in the past. Because they know the WarioWare games were still popular... for some reason.
Sega are like "Oh, this installment to the series didn't sell well. Might as well kill the spin-off series."

They are always asking fans first though before releasing one :

https://games.mxdwn.com/news/nintendo-sends-out-survey-asking-fans-if-they-want-a-50-warioware-game/
https://nintendosoup.com/nintendo-now-asking-fans-about-how-much-they-would-pay-for-the-next-warioware-game/

That doesn't happen to other franchises of them.

SEGA did asked via survey which franchises fans would be revived.
And the top poll back then was Sakura Wars, so they did make a new game of it.
Shinobi couldn't even make to the top 10.

I thought the Sega Neptune was a cancelled console before the Sega Saturn? Because the Mega Drive had the Sega CD and 32X attachments that made the whole thing look ugly and require three plugs to power the whole mess, the Sega Neptune was suppose to be like a new Mega Drive that plays 32X and CD games.

Yep, but that was canceled so the name was used to the new console that would be the rival of Wii, PS3, and XBox360.

There are also other characters based on Game Gear successor (Nepgear) and based on SEGA Mega Drive / Genesis (Plutia).
Much like her sister who represents a fictitious Sega Console, Nepgear represents a fictitious Sega Handheld (N-Gear).
N-Gear's rival would be NDS (Rom & Ram) and Uni (PSP)





Plutia has two personalities.
One is very calm (based on Mega Drive) and the other one is very aggresive (based on Genesis).



It's really make a funny story when Neptunia  characters met with SEGA Hard Girls characters in their crossover game.







Link : https://store.steampowered.com/app/571530/Superdimension_Neptune_VS_Sega_Hard_Girls/

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Re: Panzer Dragoon games
« Reply #49 on: March 14, 2022, 05:56:38 am »
They are always asking fans first though before releasing one :

https://games.mxdwn.com/news/nintendo-sends-out-survey-asking-fans-if-they-want-a-50-warioware-game/
https://nintendosoup.com/nintendo-now-asking-fans-about-how-much-they-would-pay-for-the-next-warioware-game/

That doesn't happen to other franchises of them.

SEGA did asked via survey which franchises fans would be revived.
And the top poll back then was Sakura Wars, so they did make a new game of it.
Shinobi couldn't even make to the top 10.
Ouch! That probably bruised Shinobi's chance of a revival.
Yep, but that was canceled so the name was used to the new console that would be the rival of Wii, PS3, and XBox360.

There are also other characters based on Game Gear successor (Nepgear) and based on SEGA Mega Drive / Genesis (Plutia).
Much like her sister who represents a fictitious Sega Console, Nepgear represents a fictitious Sega Handheld (N-Gear).
N-Gear's rival would be NDS (Rom & Ram) and Uni (PSP)





Plutia has two personalities.
One is very calm (based on Mega Drive) and the other one is very aggresive (based on Genesis).



It's really make a funny story when Neptunia  characters met with SEGA Hard Girls characters in their crossover game.







Link : https://store.steampowered.com/app/571530/Superdimension_Neptune_VS_Sega_Hard_Girls/
I enjoyed SNvsSHG, only got half way through with it though. But yeah I knew of some of these comparisons but not all of them.

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Re: Panzer Dragoon games
« Reply #50 on: April 13, 2022, 12:14:49 am »
A -90% Owner Discount for Panzer Dragoon: Remake



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Re: Panzer Dragoon games
« Reply #51 on: April 15, 2022, 05:38:41 am »
Is there any chance for a PC gamer, like myself, to enjoy the Panzer Dragoon series? As far as I know, there were no titles of the series published on PC. Can I emulate them? If so which part should I start with? I have never owned a console and currently, I have absolutely no budget for it but I can't deny that there are certain console titles that I would really love to play.

Offline Mystic Monkey

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Re: Panzer Dragoon games
« Reply #52 on: April 15, 2022, 03:40:08 pm »
Is there any chance for a PC gamer, like myself, to enjoy the Panzer Dragoon series? As far as I know, there were no titles of the series published on PC. Can I emulate them? If so which part should I start with? I have never owned a console and currently, I have absolutely no budget for it but I can't deny that there are certain console titles that I would really love to play.
Panzer Dragoon Remake is on Steam if you got it.

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Re: Panzer Dragoon games
« Reply #53 on: April 17, 2022, 08:34:59 pm »
Is there any chance for a PC gamer, like myself, to enjoy the Panzer Dragoon series? As far as I know, there were no titles of the series published on PC. Can I emulate them? If so which part should I start with? I have never owned a console and currently, I have absolutely no budget for it but I can't deny that there are certain console titles that I would really love to play.

Panzer Dragoon Remake is on Steam if you got it.

Yep, it's on Steam. or alternatively it's on GOG as well :

https://www.gog.com/en/game/panzer_dragoon_remake

Of course if what you wanted is the original ones you could always download SEGA Saturn Emulator (Yabause) and play the Saturn CDs / ISOs from there.

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Re: Panzer Dragoon games
« Reply #54 on: April 28, 2022, 12:07:11 am »
For limited time Panzer Dragoon: Remake (Switch) can be purchased at 75% OFF the original price.
Discount Price :  $6.24 (was $24.99)
Sale ends May 05, 2022.



Link : https://www.nintendo.com/games/detail/panzer-dragoon-remake-switch/

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« Reply #55 on: June 21, 2022, 09:21:49 pm »
Dreamcast Demo Disc for the next issue of SEGA Powered Magazine
Last Issue contains large Panzer Dragoon feature & an exclusive Panzer Dragoon illustration by Wil Overton






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The first of many that hopefully showcase the amazing talent within the indie scene.
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