3DO Games - ranked by preference
7 7.81. Super Street Fighter II Turbo - 3DO
Release Date: November 13, 1994 (JP)
If you loved Street Fighter II, this game alone was worth buying the 3DO for. This was the definitive Street Fighter II game, with Akuma as an unlockable boss fight and tweaks and refinements to the combat to improve on a formula that had previously seemed perfect. Most of my childhood belongs to Street Fighter II games, but even after all these years, it's still a joy to throw fireballs in the face of anyone, man or computer, that dares challenge me.
4 82. Advanced Dungeons & Dragons: Slayer - 3DO
Release Date: 1994 (NA)
I remember putting this game in for the first time and expecting the worst. Then a neat little introduction occurred, which brought my interest up. Then I started to play and explore around...And before I knew it, I had lost a couple of hours of my life to this game. The beauty of this game is that the game randomizes the dungeons every time you play. That means, every time you start up the game, you're getting a new experience...And with the game boasting that the in-game dungeon generation can create over 4 billion dungeon possibilities, there's a whole heckuva lot to keep folks coming back to discover more.
4 83. Shanghai: Triple Threat - 3DO
Release Date: December 16, 1994 (JP)
I've always been a fan of the Shanghai games. I just find them to be simple fun. For those who want to get an idea of how this game is played, check Google. I know there are plenty of free-to-play versions in Flash on the internet. That being said, this unique puzzle game of matching up tiles can be very addicting...Addicting enough where I placed it this high on the 3DO list.
11 64. GEX - 3DO
Release Date: November 16, 1994 (NA)
I don't mind some 3D platformers, but when I want to play a platformer, I'd rather it be 2D. That being said, Gex is a 2D platformer that often gets overlooked. Later games in the series never quite catch the magic of this one, which I happen to believe is the best platformer (that I've played anyway) on the 3DO system.
6 7.85. Road Rash - 3DO
Release Date: January 1, 1994 (NA)
I don't remember the exact quote, but I remember reading that the guy in charge of marketing for the 3DO stated that had Road Rash been a launch title, he believed that the 3DO would have been much, much more successful than it was. I don't know if I'd go that far, but Road Rash was pretty amazing for its time...A 3D racing game where players can use bats, nightsticks, and fists to knock other racers out of the picture. It was a blast to play, and it may have been at its best on the 3DO console.
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