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PC-FX games across multiple platforms (comparisons)
« on: February 03, 2017, 03:03:39 AM »
Obviously we have a fairly small library to dig through, and I searched albeit briefly here to see if this was discussed prior, however, came up with no results, but - Do we have a list of PC-FX games that came out across multiple platforms?  I know of the following:

Zenki (also released on SFC as Kishin Douji Zenki)
Der Langrisser FX (also released on Sega Saturn as Langrisser Dramatic)

Found this:

Perhaps these aren't exactly direct ports even, but do we know of other games that could be considered ports either to or from PCFX?

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Re: PC-FX games across multiple platforms (comparisons)
« Reply #1 on: February 03, 2017, 03:19:16 AM »
Zenki on SFC is totally different.

There is an RPG, Blue...something, which is also on PlayStation.

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Re: PC-FX games across multiple platforms (comparisons)
« Reply #2 on: February 03, 2017, 04:32:54 AM »
Lots of 'em are multi-platform.

Aa! Megami-sama! is an updated version of the PC-98 original.
Angelique Special and Angelique Special 2 are also on PC, Saturn, and PS1.
Angelique Tenkuu no Requiem is also on PS1.
Blue Breaker is also on Saturn and PS1.
Blue Chicago Blues is also on 3DO, LA, PC, Saturn, and PS1.
Classmates 2 is also on SF, PC, Saturn, and PS1.
Der Langrisser FX is a remake of a Langrisser II on MD and SF; it's also on PC, Saturn, and PS1.
Dragon Knight 4 is also on SF, FM Towns, PC-98, X68000, PC, Saturn, and PS1.
Farland Story FX is an updated remake of the PC-98 original; it's also on SF, Saturn, and PS1.
Fire Woman Matoi-Gumi is also on PS1.
First Kiss Story is also on PS1 and PS2.
Fushigi no Kuni no Angelique is also on Saturn, PS1, and GBA.
There's Galaxy Fraulein Yuna 3 on both Saturn and PS1, but I'm not sure if they're the same game as Galaxy Fraulein Yuna FX.
There's three SF Zenki games and one for GG, but I don't know if any of 'em are direct ports of Kishin Doji Zenki: Vajura Fight.
Lunatic Dawn is also on FM Towns and PC-98.
Mahjong Gokuu Tenjiku is also on SF, 3DO, Saturn, and PS1.
There's Power Dolls and Power Dolls 2 on PC-98 and FM Towns, but I don't know how they relate to Power Dolls FX.
Return to Zork is also on PC, FM Towns, Saturn, and PS1.
Super Real Majhong PV is also on PCE, SF, 3DO, and Saturn.
There's Tenchi Muyo games on PCE, SF, and PS1, and four on Saturn, but I don't know if any are the same as Tenchi Muyo FX.
Welcome To Pia Carrot is also on PC, PC-98, and Saturn.
Zoku Hatukoi Monogatari is also on Saturn.
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Re: PC-FX games across multiple platforms (comparisons)
« Reply #3 on: February 03, 2017, 06:10:10 AM »
There's Galaxy Fraulein Yuna 3 on both Saturn and PS1, but I'm not sure if they're the same game as Galaxy Fraulein Yuna FX.
They're not, Yuna 3 is more of a strategy RPG as opposed to the PCE and PC-FX games which are visual novels, also it takes place after the 2nd anime OVA, which was a sequel to the first OVA, which was an adaptation of the PC-FX game, so I don't think we should count Yuna FX as a multi-platform game...

I was also under the impression that the PC-FX had a version of Steam Hearts, but I looked it up and apparently it doesn't...

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Re: PC-FX games across multiple platforms (comparisons)
« Reply #4 on: February 03, 2017, 06:45:46 AM »
Yeah, Yuna 3 was actually good so god forbid they released it for the FX.

Power Dolls is based on the PC version. In the same way that a lot of computer games like Advanced VG would be heavily censored when made for PCE but also so greatly expanded upon that there is no question as to which is better. I think that's what happened here.

Tenchi Muyo is not related to any other game in the franchise. Most similar to PCE game but not a port.

It's amazing how many games there were when you look at Necro's list...and even more amazing that with that many multi platform games there still isn't anything worth serious play accept Langrisser, I guess. That's more multi platform software than the Jag has, and some of its games are actually OK like Rayman or Tempest 2000.

Poor FX...

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Re: PC-FX games across multiple platforms (comparisons)
« Reply #5 on: February 03, 2017, 06:52:49 AM »
Yeah, Yuna 3 was actually good so god forbid they released it for the FX.
I kinda wish it was on the PC-FX though, but by the time it got released the system was already dead...

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Re: PC-FX games across multiple platforms (comparisons)
« Reply #6 on: February 03, 2017, 06:53:52 AM »
Lots of 'em are multi-platform.

Aa! Megami-sama! is an updated version of the PC-98 original.
Angelique Special and Angelique Special 2 are also on PC, Saturn, and PS1.
Angelique Tenkuu no Requiem is also on PS1.
Blue Breaker is also on Saturn and PS1.
Blue Chicago Blues is also on 3DO, LA, PC, Saturn, and PS1.
Classmates 2 is also on SF, PC, Saturn, and PS1.
Der Langrisser FX is a remake of a Langrisser II on MD and SF; it's also on PC, Saturn, and PS1.
Dragon Knight 4 is also on SF, FM Towns, PC-98, X68000, PC, Saturn, and PS1.
Farland Story FX is an updated remake of the PC-98 original; it's also on SF, Saturn, and PS1.
Fire Woman Matoi-Gumi is also on PS1.
First Kiss Story is also on PS1 and PS2.
Fushigi no Kuni no Angelique is also on Saturn, PS1, and GBA.
There's Galaxy Fraulein Yuna 3 on both Saturn and PS1, but I'm not sure if they're the same game as Galaxy Fraulein Yuna FX.
There's three SF Zenki games and one for GG, but I don't know if any of 'em are direct ports of Kishin Doji Zenki: Vajura Fight.
Lunatic Dawn is also on FM Towns and PC-98.
Mahjong Gokuu Tenjiku is also on SF, 3DO, Saturn, and PS1.
There's Power Dolls and Power Dolls 2 on PC-98 and FM Towns, but I don't know how they relate to Power Dolls FX.
Return to Zork is also on PC, FM Towns, Saturn, and PS1.
Super Real Majhong PV is also on PCE, SF, 3DO, and Saturn.
There's Tenchi Muyo games on PCE, SF, and PS1, and four on Saturn, but I don't know if any are the same as Tenchi Muyo FX.
Welcome To Pia Carrot is also on PC, PC-98, and Saturn.
Zoku Hatukoi Monogatari is also on Saturn.

This is awesome!  Thanks!  Also found these while goggling teh contempts:

There are also hint books for most of these b/c they had a PSX/SS/SFC port!!

Deep Blue Fleet
Graduation 2
Graduation Real
Nirgends (on PC)
Last Imperial Prince (on PC)
Makeruna Makendou Z
Tekipaki Working Love
Wakusei-Kōgekitai Little Cats

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Re: PC-FX games across multiple platforms (comparisons)
« Reply #7 on: February 03, 2017, 01:51:20 PM »
Boundary Gate is on Playstation also.

Also, Ah My Goddess on PC-FX isn't really a fantastic update, as the art is basically yoinked with no real update.

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Re: PC-FX games across multiple platforms (comparisons)
« Reply #8 on: February 06, 2017, 07:21:38 AM »
I was also under the impression that the PC-FX had a version of Steam Hearts, but I looked it up and apparently it doesn't...

Close though, it's PCE!