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General SEGA Discussion / Re: SEGA Games List - 2017
« Last post by Berto on October 17, 2017, 07:06:29 pm »
Added SEGA Catcher Online for mobile

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General SEGA Discussion / Re: SEGA Games List - 2017
« Last post by Berto on October 16, 2017, 05:15:34 am »
Added Shin Megami Tensei: Synchronicity Prologue for PC on Atlus' section.

The game could be download for free here.
Also the game will only be available to download until December 24, 2017.
Classic SEGA Discussion / POD Speedzone For The Dreamcast Is Back Online
« Last post by itsstillthinking1999 on October 14, 2017, 12:26:05 am »

 The great Shuouma has done it again! POD SpeedZone (or POD II if you're in PAL territories) has been resurrected from the online multiplayer graveyard! Having the online functionality restored for this game is fantastic as it was designed from the ground up with online multiplayer in mind. In fact, POD has little in the way of offline content. The single player "Arcade" mode is essentially nothing more than single practice races with no real objective. Going online is where the game really shines. Not only do you have access to more gameplay modes, but you also have an additional track and extra vehicles unlocked after jumping online for the first time. I guess you could say we can once again play POD SpeedZone in the way that Ubisoft originally intended.

Another thing that's worth mentioning is that this game is one of few to support the broadband adapter; so if you happen to own this hard-to-find peripheral, rejoice! You finally have another game to play with it!

As usual, the server for this game is a work-in-progress so don't be surprised if you run into a bug or two. Also the Classification / rankings still need some work; it currently does not display the correct times. If you wish to report any bugs, you can do so in the announcement thread here.

Once again, a huge thanks to Jonas / Shuouma for all time and effort put into bringing these online games back to life! The Dreamcast online community surely wouldn't be what it is today without him. I also want to give a thank you to a few other people who will remain unnamed (you know who you are) but provided a lot of helpful info for getting this game back online. Also thanks to Luke Benstead a.k.a. Kazade for helping out as well.

If you'd like to jump online for some futuristic racing action, be sure to check out the Connection Guide  for instructions on how to connect.
General SEGA Discussion / Re: SEGA Games List - 2017
« Last post by Berto on October 12, 2017, 04:13:42 am »
Added Beyond Oasis Classic for mobile.
Release date : October 11, 2017

iOS version :
Android version :
Everything Else / Re: Music
« Last post by NiGHTSDrEAMS on October 11, 2017, 11:22:24 am »
Anything from the band Wolfmother I just cant stop listing to them.
Gaming / Re: What are you playing, stupid?
« Last post by max_cady on October 11, 2017, 04:54:14 am »

So after I was done with Valkyria Revolution, I took a short break with Puyo Puyo Tetris. Much like Gun Gal: Double Peace, this is one of those nice short break games. I finished the story mode in three days. It was short, fun, non-sensical and crazy. The last time I touched a Puyo Pop game it was Puyo Pop Fever all the way back in the Dreamcast. When they released that japanese version with full english audio and text. The plot is as cutesy and weird as it gets: basically the girl heroes of Puyo Puyo discover that giant Tetris blocks are falling from the sky and they meet up with weird characters from a spaceship called the SS Tetra, lead by Captain Tee, the new Tetris King and Ess, a bossy girl who thinks the spaceship's robot is her Papa. And them trying to figure out how to spot the Puyos and the Tetris blocks from destroying both of their worlds. Kooky, short, fun, sometimes hard as nails to defeat some boss characters. Even after multiple tries.
Everything Else / Re: One-Punch Man is the new saviour of anime and everything
« Last post by Berto on October 11, 2017, 04:28:04 am »
Eventhough I enjoy its manga version and bought them regularly, I still don't like the anime version.
Dunno why.

There's a charm in the manga version that's gone in the anime version.
May be the art isn't as detailed as in the manga or may be because I already knew the story when watching the anime, I'm not sure myself.
Same's happened with Negima, Attack on Titans, and U.Q. Holder.
I didn't like shmup back then so when Megadrive' launching titles announced which most of them were shmups and platformers, it didn't interest me.
I'd rather play games on arcade centre.
For home playing, I was already satisfied with PC XT's DOS games.
And no, there was no "Genesis Does" catchy advert here in Asia.

I decided that Genesis is a must-have console only after they came up with the tagline "We Bring The Arcade Experience Home!" with games like Golden Axe, Moonwalker, Columns, Super Shinobi, and Alien Syndrome.
It's like that "We Bring The Arcade Experience Home!" tagline is intended toward arcade players like me and it worked.
Of course at first I didn't know that Megadrive's Moonwalker is a different game than arcade version but thankfully it's still maintain the same game atmosphere.
General SEGA Discussion / Re: SEGA Games List - 2017
« Last post by Berto on October 11, 2017, 01:48:23 am »
Added Sangokushi Taisen Tensonokyomei for Arcade (JP)
Release date : October 05, 2017

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