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Wow, Bill, that one idea sounds like a real time sink. It'd probably be easier (though likely impossible) to find someone else willing to cover the other platforms, then get to together at some point and compare notes. Besides, I'm not sure it'd be necessary to beat each game on each version, since I'd assume the important thing would be understanding the differences among the interfaces and audiovisuals. Some games do offer extended levels or different cinematics among the ports, though. Maybe play each version to a certain point, or until you meet certain conditions.
I guess what I'd say is that it seems like potentially useful work, but is it the best way to spend your time? :-) Or do you just need an excuse to get all those retromachines up and running with one of your favorite games?
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