Sega Rally Panzer Dragoon Zwei NiGHTS Into Dreams Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo Panzer Dragoon Saga
All of these games, bar PDS, are arcade-action games, that are easily accessable from the moment you pick them up, yet once you delve into them have a lot of depth to the gameplay. They are all highly addictive, and still as enjoyable today as they were back when they were first released.
Hm. Sure my Saturn came with 13 games... but unfortunately more than half of those are crappy.
From most to least favourite: - Bust-A-Move 2 - Three Dirty Dwarves - Croc (I know I know... I think I`m one of the only two people on earth who enjoys this game) - Magic Carpet - This last one is a tough decision... uh... dang... I'll have to say Road Rash.
I'm hoping I buy either DoDonPachi, Bulk Slash, Gradius Collection, Falcom Classics (the one with Ys), or Falcom Classics 2 (the one with Ys II) soon so I can replace that Road Rash. (I tried Bulk Slash and it's indeed very nice. Kinda reminds me of Megaman Legends on steroids)
I liked Croc when it came out. I bought it on its release day, but the frustration level is through the roof with this game. For me, it promised so much and failed to deliver. It looked amazing, though. Plus, the missing head glitch was hilarious
No matter how much you think the world revolves around you, you'll always be just a character in someone else's story.