Suffering a name change, the PC version of Virtua Cop, Virtua Squad, was released with little fan fair. Recreating the levels and graphics is one thing, but not being able to faithfully emulate the control means everything in a game like this. A sad sad example of why the mouse isn't good for EVERYTHING.
Bomberman just has never worked well as a one player game, and on the PC that is what it's reduced to. There is a multiplayer mode, but even that is filled with bugs. Plus the program is extremely picky, on several computers tried, only one computer has been able to play the game -- even though the other computers are similar in every way.
Street Fighter II
controls for the computer, there isn't a unified control scheme, at least, not like you find on consoles. This effected the play control of Street Fighter II, and let's face it, when you can't pull off the moves, you don't continue to play.
Seventy Five percent of NFL Blitz' charm is it's multiplayer features. Four players sitting together, eating chips, watching the big screen TV ... somehow it just doesn't feel the same on the computer. With poor control to boot, NFL Blitz isn't worth your time.
To everybody who bought Street Fighter 2, realized it was horrid, and then thought about taking it back to get Sega's first Virtua Fighter on the PC ... DON'T DO IT! Street Fighter 2 SUCKS on the PC, but there is no excuse for Virtua Fighter!!!