Page 1 of 2 12 LastLast
Results 1 to 25 of 26

Thread: What's on your SD card - PCE SSDS3 Edition

  1. #1
    Disciple Of Orochi
    fenikso's Avatar
    Join Date
    Oct 2004
    Location
    Wandering through quiet lands

    Posts
    3,264

    Thumbs up What's on your SD card - PCE SSDS3 Edition

    Going for a full set? If not, what games make the cut? What have you been been itching to play that's new to you? Old favorites? Looking for recommendations?

    Discuss*:

    Trying to keep my initial list small. I have a tendancy to not spend too much time on any one game when presented with a large list.

    Biggest thing I'm looking forward to is Dracula X, but there's a whole new world of PCE, and even some Turbo games, that I've never played before. Would welcome recommendations on the PCE front.

    Trying out the Ys series, since I've never really played any. I had Wanderers on the SNES but never gave it more than a few minutes of play.

    Jackie Chan's Action Kung Fu
    Splatterhouse
    The Bonks
    Final Lap Twin - I enjoy this game more than I should. I beat it bitd and wouldn't mind seeing if it has held up at all.
    A few of the shooters Raiden (favorite), Dragon Spirit (close second), Blazing Lasers. Wouldn't mind a few recommendations in this catagory aswell.

    That's going to be it, largely, for the beginnig at least. I'll get some Bomberman and Dungeon Explorer games for game night, too.

    * thread is for discussing favorites, not for asking for teh ROMs.

  2. #2
    Formerly Raz_Hoe.
    RAZO's Avatar
    Join Date
    Dec 2006
    Location
    New Jersey

    Posts
    5,769
    The top CD games for me are

    Dracula X
    Spriggan
    Spriggan Mark 2
    Lords of Thunder
    Gate of Thunder
    Rtype Complete
    Double Dragon II
    Sylphia
    Sapphire
    Super Raiden
    Gradius II
    Nexzr

    I'm forgetting a few.

    Too many to name on Hu-Card.
    Last edited by RAZO; 01-08-2018 at 03:23 PM.

  3. #3
    The Chinese Kid Kid Panda's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jun 2010
    Location
    Panda Islandô

    Posts
    11,510
    I wont even use an SD card, I'm leaving my SD3 in the box.
    No, just no.

  4. #4
    Disciple Of Orochi
    fenikso's Avatar
    Join Date
    Oct 2004
    Location
    Wandering through quiet lands

    Posts
    3,264
    Never heard of Super Raiden, I'll have to check that out.

    @ Kid Panda - Seems like a safe, and perfectly rational, idea. Don't deny the SSDS3 your presence, just deny it your essence.

  5. #5
    There can be only one. Syn's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 2009
    Location
    Crap they're tearing down the Palace of Auburn Hills. I guess it's I-75 & M-59 now.

    Posts
    5,658
    Quote Originally Posted by Kid Panda View Post
    I wont even use an SD card, I'm leaving my SD3 in the box.
    If that's all you wanted I would have sold you my box, complete with damp towel replacement.

  6. #6
    Neo Bubble Buster
    mistahsnart's Avatar
    Join Date
    Apr 2013
    Location
    Parts Unknown, MN

    Posts
    40
    I have to go with the games I grew up with:

    TurboChip ;-)
    - Tricky Kick
    - Bloody Wolf
    - Ninja Spirit
    - Legendary Axe II

    CD
    - Cosmic Fantasy 2
    - Gate of Thunder
    - Dragon Slayer

    Oh, and Bomberman 94.

  7. #7
    Give an Azn
    A Break Here!
    Westcb's Avatar
    Join Date
    May 2012
    Location
    Tennessee

    Posts
    1,330
    Never had a duo, but I did have lots of pcengine hucards back in the day. I played Dracula x on emulator but the one I wanna play the most is lords of thunder. NEC sent me a promo VHS and the focus of it was how great this game was and why I should buy a Turbo Duo. I watched it several times but just never pulled the trigger as in the US I could see the system was circling the drain here. Regardless of how good or bad it is I have to give it a solid play through. Other games I wanna check out are forgotten worlds and strider to see how those ports compare. I thought I wanted to play ninja warriors but I assumed it was going to be like the megacd release and after a quick vid I think I will drop that one :-)

  8. #8
    The Chinese Kid Kid Panda's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jun 2010
    Location
    Panda Islandô

    Posts
    11,510
    Quote Originally Posted by Westcb View Post
    Never had a duo, but I did have lots of pcengine hucards back in the day. I played Dracula x on emulator but the one I wanna play the most is lords of thunder. NEC sent me a promo VHS and the focus of it was how great this game was and why I should buy a Turbo Duo. I watched it several times but just never pulled the trigger as in the US I could see the system was circling the drain here. Regardless of how good or bad it is I have to give it a solid play through. Other games I wanna check out are forgotten worlds and strider to see how those ports compare. I thought I wanted to play ninja warriors but I assumed it was going to be like the megacd release and after a quick vid I think I will drop that one :-)
    Strider is absolute trash sadly. Forgotten Worlds is awesome though.
    No, just no.

  9. #9
    Schlonginator II: Judgment Dong
    GohanX's Avatar
    Join Date
    Sep 2001
    Location
    Next to your mom

    Posts
    9,331
    Panda speaks the truth. Strider looks okay if you're watching it, but actually playing it is pretty horrible. Play it on emulator, Genesis, or PS1 instead.

  10. #10
    Neo Bubble Buster
    Raph4's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jul 2013
    Location
    France

    Posts
    40
    CD games :
    Akumajou Dracula X - Chi no Rondo (1993)(Konami)(JP) [KMCD3005]
    Ane-San (1995)(NEC Avenue)(JP) [NAPR-1045]
    Battlefield '94 In Super Battle Dream (1994)(Fujicom)(JP) [FCCD4001]
    CD Denjin Rockabilly Tengoku (1993)(Hudson Soft)(JP) [HCD3049]
    Chiki Chiki Boys (1994)(NEC Avenue)(JP) [NAPR-1033]
    Cotton - Fantastic Night Dreams (1993)(Hudson Soft)(JP) [HCD3043]
    Crest of Wolf (1993)(Hudson Soft)(JP) [HCD3044]
    Double Dragon II - The Revenge (1993)(Naxat Soft)(JP) [NXCD2010]
    Downtown Nekketsu Koushinkyoku - Soreyuke Daiundoukai (1992)(Naxat Soft)(JP) [NXCD2015]
    Downtown Nekketsu Monogatari (1993)(Naxat Soft)(JP) [NXCD3019]
    Faussete Amour (1993)(Naxat Soft)(JP) [NXCD2017]
    Final Zone II (1990)(Nihon Telenet)(JP) [TJCD0006]
    Formation Soccer '95 - Della Serie A (1995)(Human Entertainment)(JP) [HMCD5009]
    Galaxy Deka Gayvan (1993)(Intec)(JP) [IGCD3005]
    Garou Densetsu 2 - Aratanaru Tatakai (1994)(Hudson Soft)(JP) [HCD4060] *
    Garou Densetsu Special (1994)(Hudson Soft)(JP) [HCD4067] *
    Gradius II - Gofer no Yabou (1992)(Konami)(JP) [KMCD2003]
    Hellfire S (1991)(NEC Avenue)(JP) [NAPR-1017]
    Horror Story (1993)(NEC Avenue)(JP) [NAPR-1027]
    Image Fight II (1992)(IREM)(JP) [ICCD2002]
    J. League Tremendous Soccer '94 (1994)(NEC Home Electronics)(JP) [HECD4017]
    Jim Power - In Mutant Planet (1993)(Microworld)(JP) [MWCD2006]
    Kaze Kiri Ninja Action (1994)(Naxat Soft)(JP) [NXCD3025]
    Kaze Kiri Ninja Action (1994)(Naxat)(JP) [NXCD3025]
    L-Dis (1991)(Masaya - NCS)(JP) [NSCD0005]
    Nekketsu Koukou Dodgeball Bu - Soccer Hen CD (1991)(Naxat Soft)(JP) [NXCD1005]
    Nexzr (1992)(Naxat Soft)(JP) [NXCD2014]
    Psychic Storm(1992)(Laser Soft, Telenet)(JP) [TJCD2025]
    R-Type Complete CD (1991)(IREM)(JP) [ICCD1001]
    Rainbow Islands (1993)(NEC Avenue)(JP) [NAPR-1012]
    Rayxanber III (1992)(DataWest)(JP) [DWCD2002]
    Riot Zone (1993)(NEC Solutions)(US) [TGXCD1035]
    Ryuuko no Ken (1994)(Hudson Soft)(JP) [HCD4061] *
    Seirei Senshi Spriggan (1991)(Naxat Soft)(JP) [NXCD1004]
    Star Parodia (1992)(Hudson Soft)(J) [HCD2024]
    Super Darius (1990)(NEC Avenue)(JP) [HACD0003]
    Super Darius II (1993)(NEC Avenue)(JP) [NAPR-1031]
    Super Raiden (1992)(Hudson Soft) [HCD2023]
    Tengai Makyo - Kabuki Itouryodan (1995)(Hudson Soft)(JP) [HCD5070]
    World Heroes 2 (1994)(Hudson Soft)(JP) [HCD4063] *
    Zero Wing (1992)(Naxat Soft)(JP) [NXCD1003]

    * This games are better on NEO-GEO, it's just for 'collection'



    Hu-card :
    Batman (J)
    Circus Lido (J)
    City Hunter (J)
    Columns (J)
    Doraemon - Nobita no Dorabian Night (J)
    Dragon Egg! (J)
    Fushigi no Yume no Alice (Alice in Wonderdream, Alice in Wonderland) (J)
    Jackie Chan (Jackie Chan's Action Kung Fu) (J)
    NHK Okasan to Issho - Niko Niko Pun (J)
    Skweek (J)
    Titan (J)
    Victory Run (J)


    .. Arcade
    After Burner II (J)
    Atomic Robo-Kid Special (J)
    Bikkuriman World (Wonderboy in Monster Land) (J)
    Daisenpuu (Twin Hawk) (J)
    Detana!! TwinBee (J)
    Dragon Saber - After Story of Dragon Spirit (J)
    Dragon Spirit (J)
    Fantasy Zone (J)
    Galaga '90 (U)
    Gokuraku! Chuuka Taisen (Cloud Master) (J)
    Gradius (J)
    Gunhed (Blazing Lazers) (J)
    Jigoku Meguri (Bonze Adventure) (J)
    Juuouki (Altered Beast) (J)
    Kiki Kaikai (J)
    Kyuukyoku Tiger (Twin Cobra) (J)
    Legend of Hero Tonma (J)
    Lode Runner - Lost Labyrinth (J)
    Marchen Maze (Martian Maze) (J)
    Mizubaku Daibouken (Liquid Kids) (J)
    Mr. Heli no Daibouken (The Adventures of Mr. Heli) (J)
    Narazumo no Sentou Butai Bloody Wolf (Bloody Wolf) (J)
    Nekketsu Koukou Dodgeball Bu PC Bangai Hen (Super Dodge Ball) (J)
    Nekketsu Koukou Dodgeball Bu PC Soccer Hen (World Cup) (J)
    New Zealand Story, The (J)
    Ninja Ryukenden (Ninja Gaiden) (J)
    Ninja Warriors, The (J)
    Operation Wolf (J)
    OutRun (J)
    Parodius Da! - Shinwa kara Owarai he (J)
    PC Genjin - Pithecanthropus Computerurus (Bonk's Adventure) (J)
    R-Type (J)
    R-Type Part-2 (J)
    Raiden (J)
    Saigo no Nindou (Ninja Spirit) (J)
    Salamander (J)
    Shinobi (J)
    Space Harrier (J)
    Street Fighter II' - Champion Edition (J)
    Tatsujin (Truxton) (J)
    Tora eno Michi (Tiger Road) (J)
    Valkyrie no Densetsu (Legend of Valkyrie) (J)
    Vigilante (J)


    .. SGX
    Aldynes (J) (SGX)
    Daimakaimura (Ghouls'n Ghosts) (J) (SGX)


    .. sport
    Davis Cup Tennis (U)
    Final Match Tennis (J)
    Formation Soccer - Human Cup '90 (J)
    Hit the Ice - VHL - The Video Hockey League (J)
    Panza Kick Boxing (U)
    Power Golf (J)
    Power Sports (J)
    Pro Tennis World Court (World Court Tennis) (J)
    Racing Damashii (J)
    Super Volley Ball (Power Spikes) (J)


    .. my TOP
    Bomberman '94 (J)
    Coryoon - Child of Dragon (J)
    Devil Crash (J)
    Hana Taka Daka! (Long Nosed Goblin) (J)
    Kaizo Chojiin Schbibin Man 2 - Aratanaru Teki (Shockman) (J)
    Magical Chase (J)
    Obocchama-kun (J)
    Override (J)
    Parasol Stars - The Story of Bubble Bobble III (J)
    PC Denjin Punkic Cyborgs (Air Zonk) (J)
    PC Genjin 2 - Pithecanthropus Computerurus (Bonk's Revenge) (J)
    PC Genjin 3 - Pithecanthropus Computerurus (Bonk III Bonk's Big Adventure) (J)
    Rabio Lepus Special (Rabid Lepus) (J)
    Son Son II (J)
    Super Star Soldier (J)
    Takahashi Meijin no Shin Bouken Jima (New Adventure Island) (J)



    Edit: list updated (02-06-2018)
    Last edited by Raph4; 02-06-2018 at 12:03 PM. Reason: list updated

  11. #11
    Pm Rot. He'll Give You
    A Great Custom Rank.
    [OCEAN]'s Avatar
    Join Date
    Aug 2003
    Location
    Barcelona,Spain
    Posts
    673
    Great thread idea! The one thing I love most about flashcarts is loading a full rom set and discovering new games which I've never owned, but since it's not possible to have all CD games it's great to have some recommendations from other users.

    Here are a few CD games I used to enjoy on my Duo-R:

    -Dragon Ball Z: it takes a while to get used to the controls, but it plays somewhat like Legends on the Saturn
    -Dynastic Hero: This is basically Wonderboy in Monster World
    -Ranma 1/2: Ok beat 'em up with a bit of crappy controls and tins of good cut scenes for fans of the anime
    -Ranma 1/2 Dato Ganso Musabetsu: same as above, but a 1 on 1 fighter
    -Valis III & IV: great classic hack n slash games
    -Rally Championship: Ok racer in the vein of Thrash Rally
    -Lemmings: nothing special about this port, except for the enhanced music
    -Puyo Puyo CD: a classic
    -Advanced VG: OK 1 on 1 fighter with a great soundtrack and too much fan service
    -Dracula X: Obviously... never got to finish it with Richter, just with Maria

  12. #12
    Calvin & Hobbes

    Rot's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jul 2003
    Location
    InChatKthx

    Posts
    9,208
    When I initially looked at this thread... i thought it wasn't "right" as it were...

    It's not really SD 3 related... more like gameplay... and of course you're all talking about loading "thingies" onto a SD card...

    I was persuaded otherwise... and the thread stayed here...

    However, This made me feel that maybe I'm not the best mod to look after such things... You guys need a better pair of eyes for this and so I am considering moving this forum out and giving it a dedicated mod... One with less "baggage"...

    xROTx

    PS. Carry on... ignore me really... just thinking out loud...

  13. #13
    Disciple Of Orochi
    fenikso's Avatar
    Join Date
    Oct 2004
    Location
    Wandering through quiet lands

    Posts
    3,264
    Quote Originally Posted by Raph4 View Post
    CD games :
    Akumajou Dracula X - Chi no Rondo
    Ane-San
    Battlefield '94 In Super Battle Dream
    CD Denjin Rockabilly Tengoku
    Chiki Chiki Boys
    Crest of Wolf
    Double Dragon II - The Revenge
    Downtown Nekketsu Koushinkyoku - Soreyuke Daiundoukai
    Downtown Nekketsu Monogatari
    Faussete Amour
    Final Zone II
    Formation Soccer '95 - Della Serie A
    Galaxy Deka Gayvan
    Garou Densetsu 2 - Aratanaru Tatakai*
    Garou Densetsu Special*
    Gradius II - Gofer no Yabou
    Hellfire S
    Horror Story
    Image Fight II
    J. League Tremendous Soccer '94
    Jim Power - In Mutant Planet
    Kaze Kiri Ninja Action
    L-Dis
    Nekketsu Koukou Dodgeball Bu - Soccer Hen CD
    Nexzr
    Rainbow Islands
    Rayxanber III
    Riot Zone
    R-Type Complete CD
    Ryuuko no Ken*
    Seirei Senshi Spriggan
    Star Parodia
    Super Darius
    Super Darius II
    Super Raiden
    World Heroes 2*
    Zero Wing

    * This games are better on NEO-GEO, it's just for 'collection'



    Hu-card :
    Batman
    Daisenpuu
    Doraemon - Nobita no Dorabian Night
    Dragon Egg!
    Fushigi no Yume no Alice
    Jackie Chan's Action Kung Fu
    Magical Chase
    Neutopia
    Neutopia II
    NHK Okaasan to Issho Niko Niko Pun
    Skweek


    .. arcade
    Atomic Robo-Kid Special
    Bikkuriman World
    Daimakaimura (It can work on SSDS3 ??)
    Dragon Saber - After Story of Dragon Spirit
    Dragon Spirit
    Fantasy Zone
    Galaga '90
    Gradius
    Jigoku Meguri
    Legend of Hero Tonma
    Lode Runner - Lost Labyrinth
    Mizubaku Daibouken Liquid Kids
    Nekketsu Koukou Dodgeball Bu PC Bangai Hen
    Nekketsu Koukou Dodgeball Bu PC Soccer Hen
    New Zealand Story, The
    Ninja Ryukenden
    Ninja Spirit
    OutRun
    Parodius Da! - Shinwa kara Owarai he
    R-Type
    R-Type Part-2
    Raiden
    Salamander
    Shinobi
    Space Harrier
    Street Fighter II' - Champion Edition
    Tatsujin (Truxton)
    Valkyrie no Densetsu
    Vigilante


    .. sport
    Final Match Tennis
    Formation Soccer - Human Cup '90
    Hit the Ice - VHL - The Video Hockey League
    Power Golf
    World Court Tennis


    .. my TOP
    Air Zonk
    Bonk's Revenge
    Coryoon - Child of Dragon
    Detana!! TwinBee
    Gunhed Taikai
    Kiki Kaikai
    Kyuukyoku Tiger
    Mr. Heli no Daibouken
    New Adventure Island
    Obocchamakun
    Parasol Stars - The Story of Bubble Bobble III
    Rabio Lepus Special
    ShockMan
    Son Son II
    Super Star Soldier
    GnG will only work if you plug the SSDS3 into a Supergrafx console. Pretty cool list, I'm gonna have to google alot of those titles to see what they're like.

    @Rot - if the thread needs moving, move it. Just thought it'd be nice to open up discussion about the device that wouldn't clutter up the already lengthy main thread.

  14. #14
    Another Striker
    c0nn0r's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jul 2012
    Location
    Canada

    Posts
    420
    I'm a huge fan of Military Madness on turbochip (ported from X68000), also known as Nectaris on HuCard. Neo Nectaris on Super CD Rom is great too. Nice little turn-based military strategy game similar to Advance Wars or Famicom Wars. Easy to get into, and quick gameplay. Really nice soundtrack too, as a lot of the X68k games (and their ports) had.

  15. #15
    Disciple Of Orochi
    fenikso's Avatar
    Join Date
    Oct 2004
    Location
    Wandering through quiet lands

    Posts
    3,264
    I'm going to have to add Image Fight I & II to the list. Also: How come nobody told me there was a sequel to Dragon Spirit on the PCE?

    After I spend a bit of time with the games I've already listed, I'll have to give the Wonderboy series a go.

  16. #16
    Neo Bubble Buster
    mistahsnart's Avatar
    Join Date
    Apr 2013
    Location
    Parts Unknown, MN

    Posts
    40
    Quote Originally Posted by fenikso View Post
    After I spend a bit of time with the games I've already listed, I'll have to give the Wonderboy series a go.
    You've never played a Wonder Boy game?!? For shame...

    I'll also 2nd the vote for Military Madness.

  17. #17
    Disciple Of Orochi
    fenikso's Avatar
    Join Date
    Oct 2004
    Location
    Wandering through quiet lands

    Posts
    3,264
    I've played Wonderboy and Adventure Island, and spent a little time on Dragon's Trap on the Wii Virtual Console, but no dedicated time to the whole series.

  18. #18
    The Chinese Kid Kid Panda's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jun 2010
    Location
    Panda Islandô

    Posts
    11,510
    Dragon's Trap/Curse is one of the best games on the system for sure. The Switch game is pretty boss too.
    No, just no.

  19. #19
    Give an Azn
    A Break Here!
    Westcb's Avatar
    Join Date
    May 2012
    Location
    Tennessee

    Posts
    1,330
    Quote Originally Posted by Kid Panda View Post
    Dragon's Trap/Curse is one of the best games on the system for sure. The Switch game is pretty boss too.
    I actually just finished it today on switch. Great game for sure. I just assumed they were just on old Sega systems Iíll have to check out the PCE ports now.

  20. #20
    Disciple Of Orochi
    fenikso's Avatar
    Join Date
    Oct 2004
    Location
    Wandering through quiet lands

    Posts
    3,264
    Sooooo... despite my 'keep it compact' mentality, I've still managed to throw over eighty HuCard games into a preperatory folder.

    Also: I completely forgot about Turrican. Can't wait to play it again. That game is tits.

  21. #21
    Neo Bubble Buster
    mistahsnart's Avatar
    Join Date
    Apr 2013
    Location
    Parts Unknown, MN

    Posts
    40
    Quote Originally Posted by fenikso View Post
    Sooooo... despite my 'keep it compact' mentality, I've still managed to throw over eighty HuCard games into a preperatory folder.
    Just throw them all on there. The entire HuCard library takes up almost no space. Just fight the urge to do constant game swaps.

  22. #22
    Schlonginator II: Judgment Dong
    GohanX's Avatar
    Join Date
    Sep 2001
    Location
    Next to your mom

    Posts
    9,331
    Quote Originally Posted by Westcb View Post
    I actually just finished it today on switch. Great game for sure. I just assumed they were just on old Sega systems I’ll have to check out the PCE ports now.
    There are actually several Sega games on PCE, often better than Sega's own ports at the time. Outrun, Afterburner 2, and Space Harrier PCE shit all over the Genesis games.

  23. #23
    JukeBox Hero!
    Famicommander's Avatar
    Join Date
    Sep 2007
    Location
    Denver

    Posts
    5,173
    Quote Originally Posted by GohanX View Post
    There are actually several Sega games on PCE, often better than Sega's own ports at the time. Outrun, Afterburner 2, and Space Harrier PCE shit all over the Genesis games.
    yeah but the PCE port of Shinobi couldn't even beat the SMS version

    therefore
    SMS > PCE > Genesis

    science.

  24. #24
    Disciple Of Orochi
    fenikso's Avatar
    Join Date
    Oct 2004
    Location
    Wandering through quiet lands

    Posts
    3,264
    Quote Originally Posted by mistahsnart View Post
    Just throw them all on there. The entire HuCard library takes up almost no space. Just fight the urge to do constant game swaps.
    You think that devil whispering in my ear needs any help from you? No, the answer is no.

  25. #25
    Guerilla Warrior

    Join Date
    May 2016
    Location
    ...

    Posts
    1,729
    I pulled the most recent build of the smokemonster hucard library download off archive.org and from there starting downloading ISOs of the CDs I had back in the later 90s. That dump eats up just over a half gigabyte. But it does have some duplicates plus dupes with english patched into various JRPGs, adventures, etc too making them playable.
    Games, Manga, Transformers (G1), Japanese Robots, and more... http://tanooki.byethost16.com/
    Looking for the above stuff, Neo-Geo MVS, Dreamcast, and Gameboy(any) too.

Thread Information

Users Browsing this Thread

There are currently 1 users browsing this thread. (0 members and 1 guests)

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •