> Like 18 of the top 20 best SNES games are available elsewhere.
Why did you stop at the top 20 though? There are 100 more GREAAAAT SNES games...most of which cannot be found anywhere else. I mean, you went well beyond the "best" Dreamcast games in this argument below...
> Having beat SoA numerous times on both DC and GCN, its really a toss up. DC was the
> better game (in terms of audio plus a much harder level of difficulty), but the GCN
> had added content that the DC didn't have.
> I'm referring to the games I had the most fun with. You can't get Shenmue 1 anywhere
> else, period, Chu Chu rocket (cell phone re-release, lol), MDK 2 (PS2 port was trash),
> MvC 2 (best version), Blue Stinger, Fur Fighters (again, PS2 port was trash), Toy
> Commander, Power Stone (PSP port was okay but required that each friend hve a PSP
> or you were stuck in solo, so DCs version is the best because of the easier local
> coop), Grandia 2 (PS2 port was trash), Bangai-O, Alien Front Online, Outtrigger,
> Confidential Mission, IllBleed, D2, Tokyo Extreme Racer 2, Zombie Revenge, Time Stalkers,
> Ready 2 Rumble 1 & 2 (best versions by far on the DC), Spawn in the Demon's Hand
> (I know what you're thinking, screw you, this game had some FUN couch coop). I'm
> sure theres more like some fighters and SHMUPS, but these are the ones off the top
> of my head.
Many of these games are not very highly rated. But fair enough, they are your personal list! In that sense, yes - every system is worthwhile to the person who loves it.
But, if we are making a top list of the titles on DS and SNES, the SNES list would be quadruple the size,...and a smaller percentage of those SNES titles are found elsewhere.
Hopefully my writing was clear...it was kind of randomly thought out.