« on: May 11, 2017, 07:29:14 pm »
Shining Force CD - remakes of the first 2 Game Gear games(so far, the only way to play the first in English). Being that they were on the GG, the town exploration aspect is gone, replaced with a small hub between battles, where you can buy things, save, promote, etc.
Dark Wizard - supposed to be another great SRPG, more traditional hexagon style strategy.
Final Fight CD - much better port than the other ones at the time.
The Terminator - is supposed to be a pretty good action platformer
Robo Aleste - shoot 'em up in the same series as M.U.S.H.A. and Space Megaforce
Eternal Champions: Challenge from the Dark Side - gorier sequel/remake(?), that's better in every other regard as well.
Dungeon Explorer - is it's own game here
If it has a game that's the same on the Genesis/SNES(which is already usually better on the Genesis if it has a port here), the SCD version is usually the best. It also has some point 'n click titles like The Secret of Monkey Island, The Adventures of Willy Beamish, or Rise of the Dragon, which I imagine should be of interest, to some degree, if Snatcher is.
Turbo/PC Engine CD:
Gates of Thunder, & Lords of Thunder - great, easier, shoot 'em ups
Godzilla - if you like the Super Famicom fighter, however the other monsters are only playable in vs. mode
Ys - the definitive versions of the games in the earlier portion of the series, though the fan translated IV is a different game than the SFC's fan translated IV.
Dungeon Explorer II - I believe this is what they ported to the SFC as Crystal Beans.
The Japanese version of the base console and it's add-on are known for their shoot 'em up library, so that's where you'll generally want to look. Ginga Fukei Densetsu Sapphire in particular is highly rated(and super expensive for collectors). The Dynastic Hero is a re-skin of Wonder Boy in Monster World. Exile is most likely the definitive version of that game, and Exile: Wicked Phenomenon is obviously it's sequel.
Plenty to explore, just depends on what you're looking to get out of gaming.