Bloody hell, I actually feel like I'm good at something now. I've never completed most of the Megaman games outside of emulation (only managed Megamans 4 and I think 6 the 'legit' way) but I was able to complete Spiderman & XMen: Arcade's Revenge on SNES. Quite a tough game though and could be frustrating, and I was very disapppointed with it as I hadn't really seen any previews beforehand and was expecting something more akin to the Konami XMen scrolling beat 'em up.ShadowMan wrote:Spiderman & X-men Arcades Revenge: I've always been a fan of the Marvel heroes so was quite looking forward to playing the game. I remember getting it cheap from a car boot sale and still fealing ripped off. The levels felt overly long and boring (especially Spidey's and Storms) with it also being incredibly difficult in places (Gambits levels especially, where you were screwed if you ran out of playing cards which was exceedingly easy to do). I've only ever managed to complete it once via emulation and even then I still hated it.
Doubt I need to talk about this too much, but Captain America and the Avengers on SNES....I was really into the arcade game and had played the Mega Drive version before it was ported to the SNES so I was expecting to have a lot of fun with it and bought it as soon as it came out....but it was awful.
A bit further back in time...Double Dragon on the Speccy. I loved Double Dragon in the arcades and I used to go into WHSmith checking each week if the Speccy version had finally been released....I can remember the day it was, getting it in a big box and spending about 3 or 4 weeks pocket money on it, excitedly getting it home....and then finding out it was a turd. The multiload system was appalling, it was way too easy and the first time I played it through, it crashed on Stage 5A (I've since discovered it's an actual bug in the game if you try to walk to the right too soon instead of scrolling the screen down first ). At least there was Renegade and Target Renegade to make up for it though.