DefaultGen 4,443 Member · Posted November 13, 2019 Share Posted November 13, 2019 (edited) Not my guide, but SegaAge got taken down and this is basically the only thread I regularly visited there and it's not hosted on GoCollect. Copy/pasted selected posts: Backed up from: http://segaage.com/forum/messageview.cfm?catid=42&threadid=176402 Edit: LOL I didn't realize @final fight cd was a member here, sorry dude. Here's a link to the latest thread: U.S. NTSC Sega CD Collector's Guide Version 2.0. Changes warranting a new guide:-Consistent updates: Yes, developments in the world of Sega CD collecting are pretty sparse, but new items are still being found. Shai'tan did a great job with the original thread, but a more active member needs to take the reins.-Documentation of more than just the games: Games and variants are cool. But so are strategy guides, console boxes, game inserts/contents, and accessories. Let's hear about any physical media associated with the Sega CD.-Replacing missing pictures: Most of the pictures from the original thread are gone. They will return. Hopefully. Maybe.-General overhaul: Not to say Shai'tan didn't have a nice looking thread, but this is likely going to look and be constructed slightly different from the original.So let's keep the discussion, albeit slow discussion, going. If you opened a sealed game, post what you found inside the box. If you find the elusive Bram Stoker's Dracula Version 2.0, post a picture of it. If you just want to say you love the Sega CD, let's hear about that love affair. Always a work in progress....GamesBelow are the standard, retail games. No variants. No console pack-ins. Just the good 'ol games found in the plastic or cardboard long boxes, totally 142.1.) 3 Ninjas Kick Back/Hook2.) A/X-1013.) Official AD&D CD Game: Eye of the Beholder4.) The Adventures of Batman and Robin5.) Adventures of Willy Beamish6.) Afterburner 37.) AH-3 Thunderstrike8.) The Amazing Spiderman vs. the Kingpin9.) Android Assault10.) The San Diego Zoo Presents the Animals! A True Multimedia Experience11.) B.C. Racers12.) Batman Returns13.) Battlecorps14.) Bill Walsh College Football15.) Black Hole Assault 16.) Bouncers17.) Brutal: Paws of Fury18.) Cadillacs and Dinosaurs19.) Championship Soccer '9420.) Chuck Rock 21.) Chuck Rock II: Son of Chuck22.) Cliffhanger23.) Cobra Command 24.) Compton's Interactive Encyclopedia25.) Corpse Killer26.) Crime Patrol27.) Dark Wizard28.) Demolition Man29.) Double Switch30.) Bram Stoker's Dracula31.) Dracula Unleashed32.) Dragon's Lair33.) Dune34.) Dungeon Explorer35.) Dungeon Master II: Skullkeep36.) Earthworm Jim: Special Edition37.) Ecco the Dolphin38.) Ecco: The Tides of Time39.) ESPN Baseball Tonight40.) ESPN National Hockey Night41.) ESPN NBA Hangtime '9542.) ESPN Sunday Night NFL43.) Eternal Champions: Challenge From the Dark Side44.) Fahrenheit 45.) Fatal Fury Special46.) FIFA International Soccer47.) Final Fight48.) Flashback: The Quest for Identity49.) Flink50.) Formula One World Championship: Beyond the Limit51.) Marry Shelley's Frankenstein/Bram Stoker's Dracula 52.) Ground Zero Texas53.) Heart of the Alien54.) Heimdall55.) Hook 56.) Iron Helix57.) Jaguar XJ220 58.) Jeopardy59.) Joe Montana's NFL Football60.) Jurassic Park61.) Keio's Flying Squadron62.) Kids on Site 63.) Lawnmower Man64.) Lethal Enforcers65.) Lethal Enforcers 2: Gunfighters66.) Links: The Challenge of Golf67.) Loadstar: The Legend of Tully Bodine68.) Lords of Thunder69.) Lunar: The Silver Star 70.) Lunar: Eternal Blue71.) Mad Dog McCree72.) Mad Dog McCree 2: Lost Gold73.) Make my Video: Kris Kross74.) Make my Video: Marky Mark and the Funy Bunch75.) Make my Video: INXS 76.) Mansion of Hidden Souls77.) Masked Rider: Kamen Rider ZO78.) Mega Race79.) Mickey Mania: The Timeless Adventure of Mickey Mouse80.) Microcosm81.) Midnight Raiders82.) Saban's Mighty Morphin Power Rangers83.) Mortal Kombat84.) My Paint: The Animated Paint Program85.) NBA Jam86.) NFL Football Trivia Challenge87.) NFL's Greatest: San Francisco vs. Dallas 1978- 199388.) NHL '9489.) Night Trap90.) NovaStorm91.) Panic!92.) Pitfall: The Mayan Adventure93.) Popful Mail: Magical Fantasy Adventure94.) Power Factory Featuring C+C Music Factory95.) Power Monger96.) Prince of Persia97.) Prize Fighter98.) Puggsy99.) Racing Aces100.) Radical Rex101.) RDF Global Conflict102.) Revenge of the Ninja103.) Revengers of Vengeance104.) Rise of the Dragon 105.) Road Avenger106.) Road Rash107.) Robo Aleste108.) Samurai Shodown109.) The Secret of Monkey Island110.) Sewer Shark 111.) Shadow of The Beast II112.) Sherlock Holmes: Consulting Detective Vol. II113.) Shining Force CD114.) Silpheed115.) Slam City with Scottie Pippen116.) Snatcher117.) Sonic CD118.) Soulstar119.) Space Ace120.) The Space Adventure121.) Software Toolwork's Star Wars Chess122.) Star Wars Rebel Assault123.) Starblade124.) Stellar Fire125.) Supreme Warrior 126.) Surgical Strike127.) The Terminator128.) Third World War129.) Time Gal130.) Tomcat Alley131.) Trivial Pursuit: Interactive Multimedia Game132.) Ultraverse Prime/Microcosm 133.) Vay134.) Wheel of Fortune135.) Who Shot Johnny Rock?136.) Wild Woody137.) Wing Commander138.) Wirehead139.) Wolfchild140.) Wonder Dog 141.) World Cup USA 94142.) WWF Rage in the CageConsole Pack-insJust a to-the-point list of the discs packed in with various consoles. Which CD was packed with which console variant will be listed in another section.1.) Compton's Interactive Enclyclopedia NFR2.) Joe Montana's NFL football NFR3.) Karaoke Top Hit Sampler4.) Karaoke Song Catalog5.) Prize Fighter NFR6.) Rock Paintings/Hot Hits7.) Sega Classics: Arcade Collection/Ecco the Dolphin8.) Sega Classics: Arcade Collection/Sherlock Holmes Consulting Detective9.) Sega Multimedia Studio10.) Sewer Shark11.) Sol-Feace12.) Sonic CD NFR13.) What Is X'Eye Multi Entertainment SystemVariants/DemosAbout half of the variants come from console pack-ins, while the other half are re-releases with some sort of sticker addition, change in box material, or altered box art. It is the general consensus the common Wonder Dog Green is the variant, while the ever elusive red box is the original. Sega CD/32X combo games not included.1.) Compton's Interactive Enclyclopedia NFR - blue text2.) Compton's Interactive Enclyclopedia NFR - red text3.) Compton's Interactive Enclyclopedia NFR - black text4.) Bram Stoker's Dracula - "Version 2.0" printed on manual - was seen in eBay postig Feb 20135.) Joe Montana's NFL Football NFR6.) Lunar: The Silver Star - disk 1 non-foiled 7.) Lunar: The Silver Star - disk 2 fully foiled 8.) Lunar: The Silver Star - disk 3 partially foiled9.) Lunar: The Silver Star - disk 4 fully foiled10.) Lunar: The Silver Star - disk 5 partially foiled 11.) Lunar: The Silver Star - disk 6 fully foiled12.) Lunar: The Silver Star - disk 7 partially foiled, blut dot13.) Night Trap - cardboard box with MA-17 sticker14.) Night Trap - blue box15.) Prize Fighter - NFR16.) Rise of the Dragon - cardboard box with MA-17 sticker17.) Rise of the Dragon - plastic long box18.) Rise of the Dragon - plastic long box with cardboard box art - segaage member posted in original thread Aug 201719.) Sewer Shark - Imagesoft Logo present20.) Sewer Shark - NFR21.) Sewer Shark - "4101" printed on disc 22.) Sonic CD - NFR23.) Wonder Dog - green boxMiscellaneousThese three lone discs don't fit into the previous categories. Colors of Modern Rock is thought to be a mail away exclusive. Dragon's Lair Demo CD, as the name implies, is just a demo.1.) Batman Returns Original Score2.) Colors of Modern Rock3.) Dragon' Lair Demo CDUnofficial Releases Most of these unofficial releases were previously slated for an official release during the system's lifetime. It appears some are full blown games while others are mearly betas. Does Marko and the Smurfs contain the code for the intended US release or are they repros of the import versions? Dunno. Most of these games are - or were - sold through Gooddealgames. Collectors are paying a premium for sold their 'sold out' games, such as Marko, which in a way makes them the "official unofficial" publisher. Homebrews and hacks are also included in the list. 1.) Battle Frenzy - gooddealgames.com - sold out 2.) Battletech: Gray Death Legion - gooddealgames.com - sold out 3.) Bug Blasters: The Exterminators - gooddealgames.com - sold out 4.) Bug Blasters: Special Edition (Budget Release) - gooddealgames.com - sold out 5.) Burning Fists: Force Striker - gooddealgames.com 6.) Citizen X - gooddealgames.com 7.) Code Eliminator - 2015 PRGE homebrew exclusive 8.) Frog Feast - homebrew 9.) Johnny Mnemonic - was sold through gooddealgames.com 10.) Marko - gooddealgames.com 11.) Mighty Mighty Missile - homebrew - gooddealgames.com 12.) Note! - Color Mechanica - homebrew - gooddealgames.com 13.) Penn & Teller's Smoke and Mirrors - retrogamlab.com; Portland Retrogaming Expo 2009 - limited release out of 20 14.) The Smurfs - was sold through gooddealgames.com 15.) Sonic Mega Mix - homebrew/hack - retrogamelab.com 16.) Space Foxes - Power Up 2017 Exclusive - limited release out of 20 17.) Super Strike Trilogy - retrogamelab.com 18.) Star Strike - goodddealgames.com - sold out 19.) Time Cop - retrogamelab.com 20.) Ultra CD Backup RAM Cart - stoneagegamer.comStategy Guides/Books There exists guides to Flashback, Dracula Unleashed, Prince of Persia, and Power Monger to name a few. However, for a guide to make this list it has to specify it is compatible with the Sega CD version. 1.) 16-Bit2.) Awesome Sega Genesis Secrets 33.) Awesome Sega Genesis Secrets 44.) Cadillacs and Dinosaurs5.) Compute's Sega CD Sourcebook6.) Digital Press The Bio-degradable Source for Videogamers Collector's Guide Advance Edition7.) Dungeon Master II: Skullkeep8.) Ecco: The Tides of Time9.) Heimdall10.) Loadstar: The Legend of Tully Bodine11.) Lunar: Eternal Blue12.) Lunar: The Silver Star13.) Pitfall: The Mayan Adventure14.) Popful Mail: Magical Fantasy Adventure15.) Prima's Secrets of the Games: Sega Genesis and Sega CD Secrets16.) Prima's Secrets of the Games: Sega CD Official Game Secrets17.) Rise of the Dragon18.) Road Rash 319.) Star Wars Rebel Assault20.) VayConsole BoxesWhat actually is included with each release is speculation. Was Joe Montana's NFL Football NFR included in the Sega's Sports System? Of course it was. Which color variant of Compton's Interactive Enclyclopedia was packed with what X'Eye? Now that's a little tougher of a question. 1) Sega CD High Intensity CD-ROM System for the Genesis-Sol Feace-Rock Paintings/Hot hits-Sega Classics: Arcade Collection/Sherlock Holmes Consulting Detective-black "belt" to hold software together2) Sega Sports System-Joe Montana NFL Football NFR3) Sega CD featuring Sewer Shark-Sewer Shark NFR disk-Sewer Shark mini manual4) Sega CD Action System-Tomcat Alley disk-solid white paper sleeve to house disk-Tomcat Alley manual -Sega CD user manual 5) JVC X'Eye Red Box "Included Free CDs"-Prize Fighter NFR-Karaoke Song Catalog-Compton's Interactive Enclyclopedia NFR - red text6) JVC X'Eye Blue Box-Prize Fighter NFR-Karaoke Hot Hit Sampler-Compton's Interactive Enclyclopedia NFR - blue text7) Genesis CD-X-Sonic CD NFR-Sega Classics: Arcade Collection/Ecco the DolphinAccessories1) CD Backup RAM Cart 2) Gamegun3) The Justifier --- Game Contents 37 of 142 games opened Below is a running list of game contents. There will be three lists: the first being games with no extras; the second being games with extras; the third is a "speculation" list, which more or less means the game likely comes with what is listed, but there has been no definite confirmation. No extras 1.) Batman Returns 2.) BC Racers 3.) Bill Walsh College Football 4.) Bram Stoker's Dracula 5.) Dragon's Lair 6.) Dracula Unleashed 7.) Dune 8.) Ecco The Dolphin 9.) ESPN Baseball Tonight 10.) Fahrenheit 11.) Joe Montana's NFL Football 12.) Mad Dog McCree 13.) Make My Video: INXS 14.) Microcosm 15.) My Paint: The Animated Paint Program 16.) NFL's Greatest: San Francisco VS Dallas 1979-1993 17.) Revenge of the Ninja 18.) Silpheed 19.) Software Toolwork's Star Wars Chess 20.) Space Ace 21.) Amazing Spider-Man Vs the Kingpin 22.) Surgical Strike 23.) Thirdworld War 24.) Trivial Pursuit: Interactive Multimedia GameExtras Several contents span several games, such as the Sony Imagesoft warranty card. To save space and clear clutter, if a piece of paper shows up in multiple games the image will only be posted once. 1.) Chuck Rock -Sony Imagesoft warranty registration card2.) ESPN National Hockey Night-poster-packet of trading cards-"Buy 2 Get 1 Free" promotional card 3.) ESPN NBA Hangtime '95 -poster-"Buy 2 Get 1 Free" promotional card4.) ESPN Sunday Night Football-poster-"Buy 2 Get 1 Free" promotional card5.) Hook-Sony Imagesoft warranty registration card6.) Kids on Site-"Rough day?" product pamphlet-temporary tattoo-"More cool stuff!" card7.) Lethal Enforcers-Konami registration card-blue gun-Please Read card-"How many hits can you take?" poster8.) Links: The Challenge of Golf-poster9.) Loadstar: The Legend of Tully Bodine-Rocket Science gear booklet10.) Make My Video: Kriss Kross-Sony Imagesoft warranty registration card11.) Pitfall: The Mayan Adventure-Activism "Hey!" Fill this out" card12.) Road Rash-"Action Brain Drain/Hints Hot Line" pamphlet-"Road Rash 3 Offical Player's Guide" card-"Next Generation free trial issue!" pamphlet13.) Wheel of Fortune-poster-"Buy 2 Get 1 Free" promotional cardSpeculation1.) Cadillacs and Dinosaurs-Rocket Science gear booklet2.) Chuck Rock 2: Son of Chuck-"Robocop versus Terminator" poster3.) Lawnmowever Man- Sales Curve Interactive buisness reply card4.) Lethal Enforcers II: Gun Fighers-Konami registration card5.) Mickey Mania: The Timeless Adventure of Mickey Mouse-poster6.) Popfuil Mail: Magical Fantasy Adventure-"Attention! Read this first card!" card OTHER NEAT POSTS FROM THE THREAD: Here's a scan of a Batman Returns score I found a few weeks ago. I haven't been able to find much about it - it appears Gracenote has it in their DB though (but FreeDB, musicbrainz, etc. do not). It has a different track count and track lengths from the CD-DA on the game disc. And here are some additional tip books and the Pitfall strategy guide (with Sega CD/32x specifc content) I have a Loadstar strategy guide on it's way I'll scan and post. I've also come across the Official Sega Genesis and Game Gear Game Strategies books (Corey Sandler, Jason Rich, etc.). I don't have any copies of those (yet), but will post if I find them. I've just started reading the Sega CD Sourcebook, but so far it's really interesting and provides a reasonable amount of information about how Sega was pushing the system at the time. ---- 7.) Radical Rex-"Attention CDX users!" card8.) Snatcher-Konami registration card9.) The Terminator-"Robocop versus Terminator" poster10.) Vay-map-"Official strategy guide" card11.) Who Shoot Johnny Rock?-Gamegun recommendation card-American Laswer product card-"Live motion picture action" pamphlet --- There are two more books I found, but don't have yet: Road Rash 1 - 3 Strategy Guide (including Sega CD, 3DO, and Playstation) & Awesome Sega Genesis Secrets 5. Here are images for the Loadstar strategy guide, Awesome Sega Genesis Secrets 3, the Digital Press Collector's Guide, and Genesis Collected Works which includes info on the Sega CD. --- There it is. As opposed to the Sonic CD NFR which came with an appropriate sized manual: As did Ecco and 5-in-1 Just for fun another shot of the 3 Sewer Sharks together. All 3 came in a jewel case with a common manual as best as I can remember. Money shot of all three Compton's discs. I never owned the slip case for the blue text variant, but as best I can tell it was the same for all three. HOWEVER, the manual I had with the blue copy was different, so there's that to look for. I also know you said it's difficult to determine which versions came in which X'Eye box, but anecdotally: my red box came with Prize Fighter, Compton's Black text with a small yellow slip for a free update when the first rev was completed, and Top Hit Sampler while my blue box came with Prize Fighter, Compton's Red Text, and Top Hit Sampler. Are there actually two versions of this? The manual says one thing while the slipcase says another. The two pictures in the first post look like they're showing the same thing. --- I can't answer for Joe Montana because I never owned that particular console complete, but this is the 3rd Sewer Shark console I've owned and they've all had a generic CD jewel case. I do have a Joe Montana NFR somewhere around here and I'm pretty sure it's in the same jewel case, but I couldn't tell you if that's normal. Edited November 14, 2019 by DefaultGen 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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