Originally posted by Robo:This version is indeed the DOS verison, which has the best graphics, but it's missing a level, the Gamepad Calibration is absolute hell(Don't even try it), and the game runs through DOSBox, so it has a few bugs caused by emulation, and a few extra bugs because of it being for DOS. I seriously recommend not going for this version.Instead, get the Windows version(Which you'll have to get on somwhere like eBay, but it's the most common -- and most cheap -- version, and it'll be well worth any long shipping periods, since it's basically the Mega-CD/Sega CD version, but with better graphics and sound, plus it's on the PC).TL;DR: Don't get this version, get the Windows Version.
Originally posted by Tatakae Genshijin:Which level is it missing?
Originally posted by Robo:Originally posted by Tatakae Genshijin:Which level is it missing?Intestinal Distress, and the Windows version has Big Bruty, so the Windows version has two more levels than the DOS version.If you decide to get the Windows version, let me know and I'll send you the link to a DLL that you can download to fix an annoying sound bug. :)
Originally posted by Tatakae Genshijin:Which port if this game it is on Steam?
Originally posted by Dr. Gori:Guess they couldn't be bothered to get the Sega CD version.
Originally posted by Robo:Originally posted by Dr. Gori:Guess they couldn't be bothered to get the Sega CD version. I'd say it's more along the lines of the fact that it would take a lot of hassle to legitimately distribute a Sega CD/Mega-CD emulator commercially along with a ROM of the game.Although, as to why they haven't decided to use the Windows 95 version, I don't know. My theory is that they couldn't be bothered to apply an official No-CD Hack.