While it may be some time until the emulators run games proberly, 100% working versions for the PC exist. In mainly cases,
your better off buying the PC version then screwing around with an emulator that bearly works. Heres a list games that are
avalible on the PC.
Please note: if the title of the game is underlined, then it can be downloaded.
Doom 1 - It has better speed, control, features, music (Wave table cards), levels and charactors can be
edited and/or imported, and most important of all, it supports full screen mode! Just forget about getting a console
conversion of the PC original!
Mortal Kombat 2 - It has great speed, and sound with respectable graphics; so does the 32x version. Its a very close call
here. If you only own a PC, then the PC version is the way to go. If you have the 32x, then getting both version is not
, (to a serious MK fan,) a dumb move. Its your call!
WWF Royal Rumble - A surprisingly fun game! The PC has cheap 256 color VGA
graphics while the 32X version has better color and looks more safiscated(?).
Blackthorne - Blackthorne is your standard sidescroller, except with a deeper plot and the ability to hide in the background.
The 32X version has better graphics than the PC version.
Pitfall: The Mayan Adventure - Pitfall: The Mayan Adventure is a great side scroller with colorful graphics. The 32X and PC
versions are equal and both very good.
Primal Rage - Primal Rage, Atari's dino brawler, is an interesting little fighting game that used clay models. The PC version
looks blocky and plays horribly. The 32X version is an okay translation however.
Slam City - Don't ask...just don't ask...don't play either..
Star Trek: Starfleet Academy - The 32X version was pretty good, although dated. The PC version is much newer and has better
graphics. The game is hightly recomended.
Virtua Fighter - The 32X version is considered the best home version, as the Saturn port was rushed. The PC version is just
as good, but with nice graphics. VF is a great fighting game.
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