Summary: Each of the games I played on this disc are everything that I remember from when I first played most of them on the Sega Genesis (or SNES). If you're a mature gamer, then you'll appreciate what these fun games were in their day and how far we've come since. If you're just a kid, then you really won't care or even get it. The music is everything I remember, regardless of what others say, and the game play is spot-on like the originals.
Summary: Ok, I got this for Wing Commander and Road Rash. Road Rash is ok, not great but ok. Like stated before, the music loops endlessly. Gameplay is ok. But, it all gets boring quick. I guess it has more to do with the fact that the gameplay, plot, graphics are really from yesteryear and we've all gotten a bit spoiled with today's systems. Now, for the main game I wanted, the best space sim of all time, in my opinion: Wing Commander!!!
Summary: Ok, so the soundtrack does kind of suck a bit. But hey, it's still the same games we came to love back in the day. The sound can get a bit annoying, but I love the games, so it's still fun to me. I love being able to play my Strike games on my PSP. As well as Mutant League Football, and Road Rash. My only knock on this, is why put all 3 Road Rash games? Why not just put the 3rd one, and replace the 1st and 2nd with 2 other classic games?
Summary: I've noticed that quite a few people are complaining that the versions of the various games are from the SNES and Genesis consoles rather than the PC versions. As a console gamer, I find these games to be spot on and quite enjoyable. Aside from some minor sound issues on Mutant League Football. ( A sort of tinny warble) The games play exactly as I remember them and look pretty good on the handheld.
Summary: This is a great collection of some of my favorite EA games from the Sega Genesis era. Playing Jungle Strike and Road Rash really brought me back. Some of the music is different on a few of them, and it can be a dissapointment, but it's easy to get past once you get into the gameplay. This game is great for anybody in there early to late 20's who grew up in this era as playing this collection can really take you back to your youth.
Summary: For the price of the game ($20!), this is a major steal. This is a collection of the great original games EA used to make before they went crazy with the movie games. There are 14 games, the most notable being Mutant League Football, Road Rash 1,2, and 3, and 2 games from the classic "Strike" series. With the addition of ad hoc multiplayer, Mutant League football alone is reason enough for this game especially since it costs more for just the genesis cartridge.
Summary: How I long for the days of programmers focusing on gameplay first with graphics as the added bonus. The problem with the consoles of today, I think, is programmers get caught up in creating lush visuals before the actual gameplay has been properly tested and sorted. This title takes us back to time when gameplay was king. All the titles on this UMD disc were classic Sega Megadrive among other platform, games.
Summary: I have only played this compilation a few times, but my impressions so far are very good. I really liked Road Rash, Syndicate, Wing Commander and both of the Desert Strike games when they were originally released, which is why I bought this compilation. What struck me is how times have changed, and how dated some of the games look, however the playability of them remains, with the exception of Wing Commander, which was always a bit hit and miss.