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Were you the greatest in your day at Mega Drive or SNES games? Wanna prove it? Use our modified emulators and you will be awarded achievements as you play! Your progress will be tracked so you can compete with your friends to complete all your favourite classics to 100%: we provide the emulators for your Windows-based PC, all you need are the roms!
Click here for an example: which of these do you think you can get?
Double Dragon II - 400 Points (NES)[09 Dec] Just a day later, a further 400 NES achievement points added for the sequel to Double Dragon. A total of 20 different achievements are up for grabs across the different skill levels. Will you be a supreme master and seek revenge for Marion's death?
Enter The Double Dragon - 400 points (NES)[08 Dec] A year after its release in the arcades, the NES port of Double Dragon was introduced and although a lot of key features where left out of the game, it still retained its status as one of the classic titles of that generation. The lack of a co-op mode is the standout submission, but this was made up for with the addition of a level up system, the introduction of some nasty platform sections and a versus mode. 28 new achievements spread across the 2 different modes for your enjoyment.
The Hero Gotham Deserves - 400 points (Genesis)[08 Dec] Developed in 1990 by Sunsoft, Batman for Genesis became a classic that was bundled as a standard game, released a surprising 18 months after the movie of the same name was released. A fairly short game, it is possible to get all 17 achievements in one playthrough. Are you the hero Gotham deserves? Also: find out what games are popular on RetroAchievements by viewing this new page! Are your favourites on there?
RANes Officially Launched![19 Nov] We finally have 10 complete NES Games with Achievements fully completed! Which is your favourite:
Super Mario Bros (23 achievements, 400 points)
Friday the 13th (25 achievements, 400 points)
Duck Tales (37 achievements, 400 points)
Donkey Kong (25 achievements, 400 points)
Castlevania (22 achievements, 400 points)
Mega Man (24 achievements, 400 points)
Mega Man 2 (55 achievements, 400 points)
Mega Man 3 (41 achievements, 400 points)
Metroid (25 achievements, 400 points)
Super Mario Bros. 2 (29 achievements, 400 points)
1942 (19 achievements, 400 points)
Huge thanks to Jaarl, DeliciousCrabmeat, PManningFan1618, dude1286, Pereira006 and everyone who has helped with testing, reported bugs or even made suggestions, together you made RetroAchievements possible, you guys are awesome! There's tons on offer here to earn, just download RANes, log in and load up your ROMs! How many points can you get in a single evening? There's over 4000 to earn in this post alone!
A college semester later ... Shining Force II![19 Nov] The long-awaited achievements for Shining Force II are now complete!
Arguably the series to popularize Strategy RPGs in the West, the first two games were a cross between Suikoden and Final Fantasy Tactics for the 16-bit era. They went on to become console-defining experiences for the Sega Genesis, and two of the greatest RPGs of all time.
The second game in the series has stood the test of time with its deep strategic gameplay, fun and quirky storyline, open-ended world and memorable music. But perhaps the encounter with The Kraken is worth the price of admission alone--A Classic Gaming Moment™ that shouldn't be missed.
Just ask Scott! He's gone on record more than once saying this could very well be his favorite game of all time.
100 achievements may seem daunting, but it affords a variety of battle challenges while still highlighting many of the 30 playable characters.
So I'll leave you with this: Can you Defeat THE KRAKEN without any casualties? Can you really? Somehow I don't think you can, not even on the easiest difficulty level.