Also the Blizzard Games like Lost Vikings. Gameplay is about the same. Not sure if anything else is missing, I'll mention it if I run across anything. Well, someone mentioned X Men. At least play all the games first before giving Capcom the win.
I have no idea why? It is with a slight sense of disappointment, then, that the actual gameplay is somewhat run-of-the-mill; this is no Donkey Kong Country or Super Mario World. Yeah, it did come out in North America. The game is solid enough, but there really isn't much variety beyond avoiding enemies and making it to the end of the level. Yes it can be rather easy even on Hard mode but trust me for 7 year old me it was just the right difficulty on Normal but Hard was just impossible. Both at least have password save, unlike the original title.
Over 900 games were released for this system. So I am definately getting Dune 2. I can't really say much about Theme Park, Syndicate or Populous. It's such a horrible game. Used to play it on my 286 when I was young.
Ultimately, the game is still a solid platform game that you'll enjoy, particularly if you're a fan of Disney characters. Admittedly, these last only three to four seconds at most, but it's not something I would have ever expected and for a console game. It only uses three buttons, for instance, and only has one punch and one kick button; no 6-button controller support here! Both were great fun when used appropriately. Mickey can attack enemies by either jumping on them or by using a limited supply of marbles, which are collected throughout the level. But the gameplay was rubbish.
Also, you really need to remove the games which are completely different games on both platforms from that list, or at least separate them into their own section. On release, Famicom TsÅ«shin scored the Super Famicom version of the game a 28 out of 40, giving the Mega Drive version a 30 out of 40. Some were done by completely different development teams and thus are actually fairly different in results. This is the only short known to have been considered as a level for the sequel. However, the difficulty is jacked, good luck ever getting the special moves. I'm going to have to ponder on this one myself, since I love both games in near equal measure. I played that so much and a crazy twist on stage 6 or so.
Well that's a different story. Now for the titles that are different on both platforms that you missed. Give me a damn break. Earthworm Jim is better on the Genesis. It's no wonder nobody likes talking about retro gaming. And thanks for the information so far.
Also I fucking love this song and stage. Was there a gay, Bruno esque first stage boss called Ash in your version? With bright colours, family-friendly gameplay and a wealth of material to draw upon, they were an easy sell to gamers and, invariably, were among some of the best games available. I want to take the opportunity to pine for what is, in my opinion, the best Mickey platformer of the 8-16 bit era: Land of Illusion for the Master System. The box stated that Mickey Mania was the first video game to feature animations by real Disney animators. It's probably not at that quality level, but worth checking out.
I had a lot of fun with Theme Park and Syndicate on my 386 bitd. I was right there in 1992 as a 7 year old bitching about the bullshit cop out Your quote wasn't directed at me but I don't see what's absurd about Sega + Disney being a great combination or picking it over Capcom + Disney. I've played many platform games where poor controls lead to many a frustrating death, but I'm pleased to say that this is not the case with Mickey Mania. Scooby-Doo Mystery -- Completely different games. Argue power all you want, but that's like arguing about todays games.
The developers added a slight sense of weight and momentum to Mickey as he moves in believable fashion, yet leaves the player in total control. Bonkers - Two different games I think. These were completely different games though so it's not really a fair comparison. It also looks and sounds incredible. I just joined this Forum because I liked the quality of the threads here. The game pays tribute to Mickey's whole cartoon career released in 1994, the year after Mickey's 65th birthday.