All Time Fav Arcade Games.

Discussion in 'General' started by chucky, Feb 28, 2002.

  1. chucky

    chucky Well-Known Member

    What is your all time favorite arcade games??/versus/images/icons/shocked.gif/versus/images/icons/shocked.gif
    here's mine..

    1.Virtua Fighter 4 – Sega 2001
    2.Mortal Kombat II – Midway 1993
    3.Bubble Bobble – Taito 1986
    4.Final Fight – Capcom 1989
    5.Street Fighter 2 Champion Edition – Capcom 1992
    6.Killer Instinct – Rare 1994
    7.The Simpsons - Konami 1991
    8.Blod Bros. - Tad cop. 1990
    9.Tekken 2 - Namco 1995
    10.Golden Axe - Sega 1989
  2. ice-9

    ice-9 Well-Known Member

    1. VF4
    1. VF3
    3. VF2
    4. 3S
    5. KOF97
    6. CVS2
    7. TTT
    8. SS2
    9. Daytona
    10. SFA2

    Or something like that...
  3. Shadowdean

    Shadowdean Well-Known Member

    Oh man..that I have played
    1) VF2
    2) VF3
    3) Samurai Showdown II
    4) Ikari warriors/time soilders (its a toss up)
    5) Street fighter II
    7) TTT
    8) Soul Calibur
    9) Afterburner
    10) ALL of the late, great shooters of the 80s!
  4. UnCauzi

    UnCauzi Well-Known Member


    In order of how much I enjoyed them when I played them. Honorable mentions Heavy Barrel, Ikari Warriors, Bad Dudes, Double Dragon, Ninja Gaiden, Space Harrier.

    I spent way way to much time on the first 2 virtua fighters, the arcade owner made a f riggin FORTUNE off of me and my freinds. I'm talking 20 a day almost.
  5. RandomHajile

    RandomHajile Well-Known Member

    #2-Super SF2 X
    #4-House of Dead
    #5-Virtua Cop
    #7-Pirate SF2 Champion Editons that had air moves:)
    #8-Final Fight
    #9-Van Battle (any1 played this?)
    #10-Discs of Tron
  6. gaishou

    gaishou Well-Known Member

    1. mk2
    2. mk1
    3. vf4
    4. killer instinct
    5. killer instinct 2
    6. street fighter 2 ce
    7. world heroes
    8. king of fighters
    9. karnov
    10. nba jam

    after reading the next post, how can i forget dragons lair 1&2, space ace, and there was also a helicopter game of the same nature. DIRK WAS A MODERN CONAN!!!!!!! /versus/images/icons/smile.gif
  7. vf4akira

    vf4akira Well-Known Member

    1. Spikeout Final Edition
    1. D&D2 Shadow over Mystara
    3. Strider Hiryu
    4. Ajax
    5. Dragon's Lair
    6. (Super) Punch Out!
    7. Gradius II
    8. Captain Commando
    9. Dragon Spirit
    10. 19XX series minus 1942.

    I mostly like the Final Fight type games and old-school shooters back when Konami used to make those.
    VF4 is climbing the ladder fast though. Probably VF4 and VF2 would be in the 11-20 ranking with all the other fighting games I like.
  8. adamYUKI

    adamYUKI Well-Known Member

    So far...

    1). Vf3tb
    2). Vf4
    3). Vf2 & Vf1 (tied)
    4). Street Fighter 2 hyper fighting
    5). Samurai Shodown 2
    6). Samurai Shodown 1
    7). Daytona
    8). Afterburner
    9). Outrun
    10). Double Dragon
  9. Blondie

    Blondie Well-Known Member

    3)Ferrari F355
    4)Killer Instinct
    6)Tekken 3
    7)Aliens Vs. Predator
    8)Ridge Racer
    9)Time Crisis
    10)Deer Hunter 2002 (JK) =)
  10. ken

    ken Well-Known Member

    1) VF4
    2) VF3
    3) VF2
    4) House of the Dead
    5) Virtua Cop 2
    6) Scud Race
    7) Wonderboy in Monsterland
    8) Double Dragon 1&2/ Final Fight/ Dynasty 1&2 / Gauntlet/ Bubble Bobble/ Cadillacs & Dinosaurs/ Knights of the Round/ Crackdown
    9) Soul Calibur
    10) Street Fighter series
  11. Murasame

    Murasame Well-Known Member

    KoF94 (*shudders*....well it was a cool concept...and there wasn't much competition at the time)
    Soul Blade
    Soul Calibur
    Tekken 2
    Time Crisis(yeah!!)
  12. gaishou

    gaishou Well-Known Member

    to the guys in orlando,

    ever play at funmachine in casselberry? or electric circus?? oldschool arcades that dont exist anymore.........
  13. Blondie

    Blondie Well-Known Member

    I lived in South Orlando a while ago, now I've returned. Yes there was a Fun Machine out this way a while back that I frequented. I loved that place. Unfortunately it didn't really have a following and went out of business. It had the Crunkest driving games. No fighting games really, T3 was its latest fighter. TTT had been out for a couple of months. It was a real let down. Thats OK I owned the FL. Mall and everybody that played there. =) Yippie!!
  14. gaishou

    gaishou Well-Known Member

    ha, the funmachine i always went to was on 436 and 17-92 in casselberry. all were owned by the same wench??! i have been to the one you talk about it was quite large.........there was another, cant remember where tho.
  15. gribbly

    gribbly Well-Known Member

    geez Ken you're a Sega man!

    1) VF series (in order 4,2,1,3)
    2) SFIII 3rd Strike
    3) Virtual On
    4) 1942
    5) APB (old Atari (?) top down cop-car game... it ruled)
    6) Outrun
    7) Gyruss
    8) Karate Champ =]
  16. gribbly

    gribbly Well-Known Member

    Bad Dudes

    OMFG I had totally forgotten about this game until you reminded me. Heh, thanks for a laugh =]

  17. MrWhite

    MrWhite Well-Known Member

    1- Super Street Fighter 2 turbo
    2- Virtua Fighter 2
    3- SFA 2
    4- SFA 3
    5- Daytona
    6- NBA Jam
    7- VF4
    8- CVS1~2
    9- VF3
    10- TTT

    I just noticed, only 2 non-fighting games on the list. When will the violence end...
    p.s. Karnov?!?! the barbarian who threw axes?
  18. gaishou

    gaishou Well-Known Member

    karnov and fireballs if i am there was another fighting game i liked but cannot remember. time killers was fun for about 15 min........
  19. akira2001

    akira2001 Well-Known Member

    Got to be VF4. By far my fav arcade game ever.

    After that I enjoyed VF3, VF2, Ultimate Kombat then KI most.
  20. LAU Abuser

    LAU Abuser Well-Known Member

    Akira2001, haf you played Kage recently? I'd like you to try this TFT>knee>b+P,K>d+P+K,K. Really neat on lighties but doesn't work on mid and heavies though.

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