Hi, After Burner II was never released for the C64, Amiga, NES and MSX. Only After Burner. So please remove them from the current record track. https://www.video-games-records.com/after-burner-ii-jeu-j2281.html
Plus, for the Amiga and C64 two different versions of After Burner were released (like many US/UK games). Please create them separately as follow:
C64: After Burner (UK/Activision): High Score : XXXXXX After Burner (US/SEGA): High Score : XXXXXX
Amiga: After Burner (UK/Activision): High Score : XXXXXX After Burner (US/SEGA): High Score : XXXXXX
MSX: After Burner: High Score: XXXXXXX
NES: After Burner: High Score: XXXXXXX
New additions (when you have the time, you can add these)
2019-04-09 18:14:21 - Last edit the 2019-04-09 18:15:27
Sorry for the inconvenience, because it's me who added the game at the time. My source was Wikipedia, which is not the safest, and I didn't know how important it was to not mix all these versions. Thanks to you for pointing and remembering me this. However, and still now, the error exists again in Wikipedia for some systems like MSX: Wikipedia (french), After Burner II Wikipedia, List of MSX Games
After reading your links, I think it's because this game was just a release of the first After Burner, so there is confusion possibilities.
Now, I prefer to see only the version I know and played, which is Megadrive/Genesis. And not to mix with other versions, because there can be small differences in the gameplay or speed (which I can only know if I played them). There is "only" 2 other members who played After Burner II: - narutokyuby: I suppose he played also with MD version - Barthax: I suppose he also played with MD (look at his proofs) I will contact them, to be sure of that.
Finally, so I advice to admins to only keep the MD version for After Burner II.
2019-10-18 19:25:31 - Last edit the 2019-10-18 20:19:51
Hello ! So what is needed here ? Are the platforms on After Burner II correct right now (Master System, Mega Drive, PC-Engine, Saturn), or do we need to update them ? And for the 2nd part of your message, do we need to create new After Burner games ? 2 for C64, 2 for Amiga, 1 for MSX, 1 for NES, 1 for Amstrad CPC, 1 for Atari ST and 1 for ZX Spectrum ? And since it seems everybody on After Burner II played on MegaDrive, do we have something to move ? It looks like no but I'm not sure to understand