IAmTheSaladMan wrote:H.E.R.O. is great although I think I prefer the version on SG-1000.
Great call, Salads - and I didn't know that a version had appeared on the SG... I wish it had arrived for the Master System! It really is terrific and I had a lot of fun playing it on my C64.
Unfortunately, as an Activision title, I wonder if we'll see it on the Atari? River Raid, Pitfall et all may also face the same fate.
Do people really want to play games now that look exactly the same as they did on the console almost 40 years ago? For nostalgic reasons it seems like a good idea but the reality is that if I bought it, I'd probably turn it on, try a couple of games and think "that looks gooseberry fool" before packing it away in the garage, never to see the light of day again.
IAmTheSaladMan wrote: That said I've always been curious about 7800, Lynx and Jaguar.
They would be better putting these games onto Steam. That way anyone could play them (I very much doubt anyone is using a PC not capable of emulating these platforms) and as an added bonus, achievements etc would be available. Yet another platform that only offers old stuff interesting for only historical reasons is going to flop. Maybe they could do a limited qty release like the NES and SNES mini, unless of course they are planning on burying the excess in the desert next to ET.