>> Since you seem to have access to more Genesis stuff than the rest of
>> us, maybe you could check to see if your friend has any of the
> Wang has taken all of the Genesis stock back to his house after running in
> to a sizable Genesis lot, spurring him to start a collection. I will try
> to get over there at some point, though and see what I can dig up. The
> good news is that the base stock hasn't changed much since we did three or
> four huge-ass Genesis lots...so I may be able to give you a heads up on
> the inventory.
>> super thunder blade
> Pretty sure we have this one. Great game too, even without all the scaling
> sprites. To me, this is WAY better than After Burner and just didn't seem
> to get the recognition it deserved. Have you tried the SMS version? It's
> pretty good too!
>> ecco jr.
> I don't think we have this one, but I'll check. Apparently aimed at
> younger players, it's supposed to be a toned-down version of Ecco. I have
> it, but haven't put much time in with it.
>> alex kid
> I think we have this one. Though I'm not a HUGE fan of the AK series, I
> did like this one. Have you ever played AK in Shinobi World? Man, that
> game is fucking awesome! I wish Sega would have kept going with that,
> putting AK in various other Sega worlds. Imagine, AK in Streets of Rage
> World or Golden Axe World...
>> gain ground
> This one may be hard to get. It's one of those games that *every* Genesis
> owner raves about(and rightly so).
>> bonanza bros.
> I own it, but don't really get all the hype. I mean, it seems to be a
> relatively decent game...but nothing I could see putting a huge amount of
> time in with. Maybe things will change once I try it more...
>> any of the phantasy stars.
> Part 3, cart-only, is about the only one that's really accessible a lot of
> the time. *No one* wants to give up part 4, and vary few want to give up
> part 2....add the manuals, boxes or hint guides and it's even harder to
> get them. I'll take a look though.
>> Well, let me know. My local sources for acquiring sega stuff have
>> evaporated. Other than ebay, my options are really limited.
> Ebay is not so bad, if you can find someone who doesn't rape you on
> shipping. You also may want to hit one of the various trading sites out
> there. I don't much care for, nor recommend GameTZ as *no one* seems to
> want to trade for anything other than "cash", but Goozex is said to be
> really great. Both Scott H and Benstylus rave about it on the WAG Forums.
> Apparently you just send in your games for a determined amount of credit,
> and then can use said credit to get other games. Don't have to deal with
> some asshole who wants your copy of Panzer Dragoon Saga for his Altered
> Beast, cart-only(because he doesn't want to give up the box), you just
> deal with credit given and credit needed. You can even just pay for
> credits, if you want, and then get whatever games you can...
> Whip Ass Gaming: http://www.whipassgaming.com/
> "I'm so hungry even that hay is sounding good."
> - Donkey, Shrek the Third
I still remember getting Alex Kidd on Genesis at Kay Bee.