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Retro Video Game Screenshot Thread

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Retro Video Game Screenshot Thread

For this topic, I would consider any games released on last gen systems (360, Wii, and PS3 launched in 2005, 2006 - over 12 years ago now)
and below, including old arcade games as retro video games.



Played it on a sumosys retropie.
Based on my own testing thus far, as far as Arcade game emulation quality goes: Nvidia Shield TV >> Retropie 3 >>> Pandora 5 >> Pandora 5 knockoffs.


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Who is that character?

The Punisher.

What is he doing?
Punishing.

What happened to the guy in the car?
He got punished.

You can probably guess the name of the game based on that.

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Street Fighter: The Movie - The Arcade Game (The Arcade Version)


This game released on PS1 as well but the Arcade version is actually almost a completely different game.

Every character has far more special moves and the game was not watered down
like the console version. It runs Arcade perfect on an NVidia Shield TV. Retropie 3 has sound issues and major slowdown when playing it on that device.

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WWF Wrestlemania The Arcade.

Same situation as the last game mentioned above. The Arcade version is substantially better than all the other versions that had
major concessions made when they were later released on consoles. Not even the PS1 version came close to the arcade one.

The Arcade version runs well on an Nvidia Shield TV but it has sound issues.

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The Super Nintendo version is pictured in the screenshot below for comparison.
The SNES port was missing 2 characters, and has slowdowns when more than 2 wrestlers are on screen.


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Final Fight 3 (SNES Classic Mini rom) - The best multiplayer side-scroling beat 'em up game on the SNES IMO.

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TMNT Turtles in Time (Arcade version)

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The Super Nintendo version (pictured below - running on an SNES classic mini) is one of the rare
cases where improvements were made for the console release.
The SNES version has more levels, 4 more boss fights than the arcade version
and also some improved sound effects despite having fewer players (1-2 players vs 1-4 players on the arcade version).

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