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Old 03 August 2016, 16:51   #1
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Top 5 or 10 Neo Geo CD games?

I reckon a few ppl here have a NeoGeo CD (or AES) or at least play the games.
In short, what's your top 10 (or top 5) games list?

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Also add your personal genre preference e.g. Fighting games, Shmups, puzzle, platformers, RPG, All, etc..

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Old 03 August 2016, 17:30   #2
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1. Metal Slug 1-2
2. Puzzle Bobble
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Old 03 August 2016, 17:52   #3
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(In no special order).

1. Metal Slug (all titles).
2. Pulstar.
3. Last Resort.
4. Samurai Showdown (all titles).
5. The King of Fighters (all titles).
6. Aero Fighters aka Sonic Wings (all titles).
7. Viewpoint.
8. Ghost Pilots.
9. Magician Lord.
10. The Last Blade.
11. Fatal Fury (all titles).

I mostly like shmups but the Neo Geo (CD) got a lot of cool fighting games.

EDIT: i forgot Fatal Fury

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Old 03 August 2016, 20:10   #4
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Sengoku
Spinmaster
Shock Troopers
Aero Fighters 2
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Old 03 August 2016, 20:18   #5
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king of fighters 95
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magician lord
samurai spirits III
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Old 03 August 2016, 21:03   #6
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Most of my top ten have already been mentioned so there's really no point in repeating...

Definitely add "Shock Troopers 1 & 2" and even "Nam-1975" to your list
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Old 04 August 2016, 14:08   #7
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Never like those top xx lists so I will just list as much great games as I remember:
Metal Slug (I, II, X, III, if You are big fan give a try for V too)
Pulsar, Last Resort and Blazing Star (because I love those shmups)
Fatal Fury and King of Fighters (while I'm not big fan of fighting games this series looks fantastic)
Top Hunter
Spinmaster
Cyber-lip
Bule's Journey
Crosed Swords
Robo Army
Mutant Nation
Sengoku 3
Puzzle Bobble
Galaxy Fight
Aero Fighters
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First of all, thanx for the lists.

What is the difference between all those gazillion King of Fighters versions? Which is considered the best? I can't really say I can tell them apart..

Personally I'm not to much into those Japanese RPGs but I'd like to have a couple of the better fighters and Shmups.

Lists are useful, because if you have 20 lists containing pretty much the same titles then you do have some useful statistics.
Personal taste is something else however. ;-)


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Anyone actually owns a neogeo cd? Or is everyone emulating?
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There is also new game in development but not for CD http://pdroms.de/neogeodev/kraut-bus...al-neogeo-game
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Anyone actually owns a neogeo cd? Or is everyone emulating?
Oh how I wished to own a Neo-Geo AES console back in the day... So damn expensive though

Obviously these days I emulate via MAMEUI
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Anyone actually owns a neogeo cd? Or is everyone emulating?
Oh but I do :-) (just bought one from Japan, with shipping cost of $90 ;-)

Regarding emulators... What would we do without WinUAE and MAME :-)
But in the end I prefer the real thing.
It's a good thing I live in a house with plenty of storage space ;-)

Still considering an AES at some point but games are bloody expensive.
For some weird reason MVS games are a lot cheaper than AES. (Demand vs availability I suppose).

Edit:
Look at this on eBay http://www.ebay.fr/itm/272324047226
So....affordable... ;-)



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Old 04 August 2016, 18:10   #13
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King Of Fighters was the original of its type before Street Fighter II but because it was limited to Neo Geo didnt get the recognition it deserves learn some moves on King Of fighters and you will like it.

Ive not play any KOF past 2001 I dont know if there good I lost interest in Fighting games when SF went 3D

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King Of Fighters was the original of its type before Street Fighter II but because it was limited to Neo Geo didnt get the recognition it deserves learn some moves on King Of fighters and you will like it.

Ive not play any KOF past 2001 I dont know if there good I lost interest in Fighting games when SF went 3D
Ive played *some* version, I'm just lost when it comes to tell the difference between the yearly revisions.
Is it like FIFA with gradual tweaks or is it just adding more playable characters?



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I think if your going to buy originals you only need one, I like 97.
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Anyone actually owns a neogeo cd? Or is everyone emulating?
I actually own cabinet with Neo Geo board inside and Chinese 120 in 1 cartridge.

Before that I used to burn Neo Geo CDs and play them on Dreamcast through NEO4ALL.
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I think if your going to buy originals you only need one, I like 97.
Yup; KOF 97 is my favourite in the series also
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I actually own cabinet with Neo Geo board inside and Chinese 120 in 1 cartridge.

Before that I used to burn Neo Geo CDs and play them on Dreamcast through NEO4ALL.
Cool i might try it on my DC
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It's really cool emulator. Nice looking. You just boot that cd and replace it with neo geo one. And it works nicely. No slowdowns. Probably loading times are better then on Neo Geo CD cause of DC's faster cd-rom. I don't remember that I have to wait for some game to load too much or spoil the fun with frequent and slow loadings.

I haven't burn neo geo cd for a while but I think they can't be burnt just like any other iso. I think I had to change some values in disc juggler... but info is out there on the net.
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