Ravenswood's Requests

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Ravenswood
1 - Combat Cars (Mega Drive/Genesis, 1994, Accolade, racing)

2 - Bubsy 3D (PS1, 1996, Accolade, platform)

3 - Deathtrap Dungeon (PS1 or PC, 1998, Eidos Interactive, action-adventure)

4 - Springer (Atari 2600, 1983, Tigervision, action)

5 - Prince of Persia (PC Engine/TurboGrafX-16, 1989, Broderbund, cinematic platformer)

6 - Blue Stinger (Dreamcast, 1999, Activision, action/survival horror)

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Ravenswood
1. Aquaman: Battle for Atlantis (GameCube or Xbox, 2003, TDK, action-adventure)

2. Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door (GameCube, 2004, Nintendo, role-playing game)

3. Ghost House (Master System, 1986, Sega, 2D action platformer)

4. Last Battle (Mega Drive/Genesis, 1989, Sega, beat’em up)

5. JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure (Dreamcast, 2000, Capcom, versus fighting)

6. Mortal Kombat II (Game Gear, 1994, Acclaim, fighting)

7. Action Fighter (Master System, 1986, Sega, shooting/racing)

8. Silent Scope (Dreamcast, 2000, Konami, rail shooter)

9. Ax Battler: A Legend of Golden Axe (Game Gear, 1991, Sega, action-adventure)

10. Air Fortress (NES, 1989, HAL Laboratory, platform)

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norsebard
System Shock 1 and 2. Frankly, I'm suprised these cult classics haven't been done yet.
Ravenswood
@norsebard : There are many cult classics that have yet to be longplayed. There are five longplays for the Sega Dreamcast and seven for the Gamecube. I thought to myself, "Why not more Gamecube and Dreamcast longplays?" Well, for the Dreamcast, it's been less than four years since somebody did one of those. I'll get someone who can LP with his/her select systems to do those.
I eat video games, I sleep video games, I play video games...until I had to work 8 hours.
Ravenswood
1. Bomber Raid (Master System, 1989, Activision, vertical scrolling shooter)

2. Dr. Robotnik’s Mean Bean Machine (Mega Drive/Genesis, Master System, or Game Gear, 1993, Sega, puzzle)

3. Rush Rush Rally Racing (Dreamcast, 2009, RedSpotGames, racing)

4. Gain Ground (Arcade or Mega Drive/Genesis, 1991, Renovation, action)

5. Ninja Gaiden Dragon Sword (DS, 2008, Tecmo, action-adventure)

6. Dynamite Duke (Mega Drive/Genesis, Arcade, or Master System, 1990, Sega, rail shooter)

7. Global Defense (Arcade or Master System, 1987, Sega, shoot’em up)

8. Ecco: The Tides of Time (Mega Drive/Genesis or Game Gear, 1994, Sega, platform)

9. Sega Ninja (Master System, 1986, Sega, run and gun)

10. Air Buster (Arcade, 1990, Kaneko, shooter)
Ravenswood
1. Spiderman vs. The Kingpin (Master System, 1990, Sega, action)

2. Nintendo World Cup (NES or Game Boy, 1990, Technos, sports)

3. Point Blank (Arcade, 1994, Namco, action/shoot’em up)

4. King’s Quest V: Absence Makes the Heart Go Yonder! (FM-Towns, 1990, Sierra, adventure)

5. Rambo III (Master System, 1988, Sega, shooter/action)

6. Pokemon Puzzle Challenge (Game Boy Color, 2000, Nintendo, puzzle)

7. China Warrior (PC Engine, 1987, Hudson Soft, beat’em up)

8. Ranger X (Mega Drive/Genesis, 1993, Sega, run and gun)

9. Burnout 2: Point of Impact Director’s Cut (Xbox, 2003, Acclaim,
racing)

10. Area 51 (Saturn, 1995, Midway, first-person shooter)
Tsunao
Rambo III
Don't mind that there's no author name. We are still in the middle of getting proper credits/permission to have the files on the site. So far, no progress.
Ravenswood
@Tsunao : It's the same title, but for different system. Anyone is more than welcome to record a longplay for the Master System version.
I eat video games, I sleep video games, I play video games...until I had to work 8 hours.
Ravenswood
1. Batman Returns (NES, 1993, Konami, action/beat ’em up)

2. Attack of the Movies 3D (Xbox 360 or Wii, 2010, Majesco, rail shooter)

3. 102 Dalmations: Puppies to the Rescue (Dreamcast, PS1, PC, or Game Boy Color, 2000, Eidos, 3D adventure)

4. BC Racers (32X, PC, or 3DO, 1995, Core, racing)

5. Asphalt Urban GT (DS, 2004, Gameloft, racing)

6. 1080° Snowboarding (N64, 1998, Nintendo, racing/extreme sports)

7. ATV Quad Power Racing (Game Boy Advance, 2002, Acclaim, racing)

8. ATV Offroad Fury (PS2, 2001, Sony, racing)

9. Silent Debuggers (PC Engine, 1991, Hudson Soft, first-person shooter)

10. Atari Karts (Atari Jaguar, 1995, Atari, racing)
Ravenswood
1. Baldur’s Gate Dark Alliance (Xbox or GameCube, 2002, Interplay, action RPG)

2. The Addams Family (PC Engine, 1991, NEC, platform)

3. Adventures of Tron (Atari 2600, 1982, M-Network, action)

4. After Burner Climax (Arcade, 2006, Sega, shoot ‘em up)

5. Alice: Madness Returns (PS3 or Xbox 360, 2011, Electronic Arts, action-adventure)

6. 5th Gear (Atari ST, 1989, Hewson Consultants, driving)

7. Alone in the Dark (PC, 1992, Infogrames, survival horror

8. Alien Syndrome (Arcade, 1987, Sega, run and gun)

9. Astro Warrior (Master System, 1986, Sega, shoot ‘em up)

10. Doom (32X, 1994, Sega, first-person shooter)
I have Doom and Doom 2 on my list of games to do. Is Baldurs Gate also for PC? I can't remember.

Edit: Nope guess not :P
Ravenswood
Dark Alliance and Dark Alliance II are the only games from the Baldur's Gate series not to be released for PC.

Also, IC: I can see in your thread on Upcoming Games that you plan on making Doom for Xbox Live Arcade. Are you going to do that instead of making a longplay of the 32X version?
I eat video games, I sleep video games, I play video games...until I had to work 8 hours.
Ravenswood
1. Big Bang Mini (DS, 2009, SouthPeak, action)

2. Army Men: Sarge’s Heroes (N64, 1999, 3DO, action shooter)

3. Batman Begins (Xbox, GameCube, Game Boy Advance, or PS2, 2005, Electronic Arts, action-adventure)

4. Adventures of Batman and Robin (Game Gear, 1995, Sega, action)

5. Addams Family Values (Mega Drive/Genesis or SNES, 1995, Ocean Software, action RPG)

6. Alien Hominid (GameCube or PS2, 2004, O3 Entertainment, run and gun)

7. Ballistix (PC Engine, 1992, NEC, sports)

8. Bank Heist (Atari 2600, 1983, 20th Century Fox, maze)

9. Batman: Arkham Asylum (PS3, 2009, Eidos, action-adventure)

10. A Mind Forever Voyaging (Atari ST, 1985, Infocom, interactive fiction)
I started playing the Adams Family Values but I got stuck, and Rage quit on that game, then again if I should be able to find a better walkthrough that would help me avoid getting stuck I might try to start the game again and if I am able to complete it, then I could obviously record it as well. Batman Arkham Asylum has been done on the 360 (It was one of my first X360 longplays). I think I have Batman Begins on the original Xbox lying around somewhere, I'll have a look for it and see if it's still compatible (otherwise I could try and see if I found a reasonable used copy somewhere...) If N64 Emulation had been better Army Men Sarges heroes would have been one of the games I would try to record (I don't know if it's available on the Wii Shop Channel though, but I kind of doubt it).
Ravenswood
Geek:

There are also the versions of PC, Dreamcast, and PS1 for the Army Men game. These are also your options if you wish to not record the N64 version. I thought I would highly suggest the N64 version if there is a perfect N64 emulator fit for you.
I eat video games, I sleep video games, I play video games...until I had to work 8 hours.
Well, I might have to try out the PS1 emulation then (I think I heard there were some problems with that as well, but I'll keep my eyes and ears open, and if I find a way to get it, and be able to record I'll give it an honest try! :-)
Ravenswood
1. Corpse Killer (3DO, 1995, Digital Pictures, action)

2. Black Belt (Master System, 1986, Sega, beat ‘em up)

3. Kolibri (32X, 1995, Sega, scrolling shooter)

4. Sid Meier’s Civilization Revolution (Xbox 360, DS, or PS3, 2008, 2K Games, turn-based strategy)

5. Baal (Atari ST, 1988, Psyclapse, action/platform)

6. Daedalus Encounter (3DO or PC, 1995, Virgin Interactive, interactive movie)

7. Dead Angle (Arcade, 1988, Fabtek, shooting gallery)

8. Enduro Racer (Arcade, 1986, Sega, arcade-style racing)

9. Fantasy Zone (Master System, 1986, Sega, scrolling shooter)

10. Metalhead (32X, 1994, Sega, first-person shooter)
Ravenswood
1. Diddy Kong Racing DS (DS, 2007, Nintendo, racing)

2. Banjo-Kazooie (N64, 1998, Rare, platform)

3. Crash Bandicoot 2: N-tranced (Game Boy Advance, 2003, Universal, platform)

4. Batman: Vengeance (PS2, Game Boy Advance, GameCube, or Xbox, 2001, Ubisoft, action)

5. Cadash (PC Engine, 1991, Taito, platform)

6. Canyon Bomber (Arcade or Atari 2600, 1978, Atari, arcade)

7. Hang On (Master System, 1985, Sega, racing)

8. Shadow Squadron (32X or Saturn, 1995, Sega, space flight simulator)

9. Feel the Magic: XY/XX (DS, 2004, Sega, mini-game compilation)

10. California Speed (Arcade, 1998, Midway, racing)
Ravenswood
1. Impossible Mission (Master System, 1988, Epyx, platform/adventure)

2. Blackthorne (32X, 1995, Interplay, cinematic platformer)

3. G-Force (PC, PS2, PS3, Xbox 360, DS, Wii, or PSP, 2009, Disney Interactive, action-platform)

4. James Bond 007: The Duel (Master System or Game Gear, 1993, Domark, action)

5. Baku Baku Animal (Arcade, 1995, Sega, puzzle)

6. King’s Quest I: Quest for the Crown (Master System, 1989, Parker Brothers, adventure)

7. Darxide (32X, 1994, Sega, shoot ‘em up)

8. Hands On! Tangrams (DS, 2009, Storm City Games, puzzle)

9. Dark Rift (N64 or PC, 1997, Vic Tokai, fighting)

10. Cars (PS2, Xbox, GameCube, DS, PSP, PC, Game Boy Advance, Xbox 360, or Wii, 2006, THQ, racing/adventure)
Ravenswood
1. Black Hole Assault (PC Engine, 1993, Micronet, fighting)

2. Dark Cavern (Atari 2600, 1982, M-Network, action shooting)

3. Cabela’s African Safari (Xbox 360, PC, PS2, or PSP, 2006, Activision, hunting)

4. AeroWings (Dreamcast, 1999, Crave Entertainment, flight simulator)

5. Captain America and the Avengers (Arcade, 1991, Data East, beat ‘em up)

6. Lemmings (Atari ST, 1991, Psygnosis, puzzle)

7. Escape from Monster Manor (3DO, 1993, Electronic Arts, horror/first-person shooter)

8. Marble Madness (Arcade, 1984, Atari, platform/racing)

9. The NewZealand Story (Arcade, NES, Atari ST, Master System, Mega Drive/Genesis, or PC Engine, 1988, Taito, platform)

10. Out Run Europa (Atari ST, Game Gear, or Master System, 1991, U.S Gold, driving)
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