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With services like the Virtual Console, PSOne Classics, Game Room, Steam, Good Old Games and disc-based compilations, plenty of old favorites have become easily playable on modern hardware, but there are still plenty of games out there that have simply fallen through the cracks, making them painfully difficult (and in some cases ridiculously expensive) to play now.
After all, awesome old games like Syndicate keep making their way back to us through various means. For the time being, though, playing them legally is going to require you to sacrifice some time and money (and perhaps your firstborn son) to the eBay gods.1. Uniracers (Unirally in the UK)Before Rockstar North was known primarily for the Grand Theft Auto series, it went by another name: DMA Design. This can get really tricky when the tracks are throwing you crazy loops and constantly changing which direction you’re supposed to be going.

You could play split-screen with a second player or even set up an eight-player tournament, making it a fast and fun party game.So why aren’t we still playing Uniracers every day? Because back in 1987, Pixar released a four-minute-long short film called Red’s Dream, which starred an autonomous, computer-generated unicycle.
Apparently this gave Pixar the idea that any later appearance of a rider-less CG unicycle was stealing its concept, and it sued DMA Design shortly after Uniracers was released. Unfortunately, the court sided with Pixar, forcing Nintendo to stop production on copies of the game and ensuring we’ll never see it again. Lunar 2, originally on the Sega CD, saw one remake on the Sega Saturn (in Japan) and the PlayStation, but since then has been lost to the eternal blue oceans of time. Like its predecessor, Lunar 2 boasts a fantastic story and likeable characters, as well as solid RPG mechanics.
Some nostalgia would be lost for old fans, but at least a new audience could experience the story. Unfortunately, the powers that be are too busy porting the original Lunar for the thousandth time, this time to iOS.

SnatcherShortly after finishing Metal Gear, Hideo Kojima created a cyberpunk detective story not unlike Blade Runner. The game, Snatcher, was a first-person adventure with a cool noir style, and its protagonist, Gillian, had a robot sidekick named Metal Gear long before we saw Old Snake nab the technology.English-speaking gamers are probably most familiar with the Sega CD release, which is the only time the game escaped Japan.
Sadly, the game sold poorly in North America, possibly because it was on the Sega CD, which Americans only used to play Kriss Kross: Make My Video.
While they’re at it, they could go ahead and do an English release of Policenauts, another Hideo Kojima adventure game that has never been released outside of Japan.

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