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* [[Forza Horizon 3]] - No [[HDR]] support.
 
* [[Forza Horizon 3]] - No [[HDR]] support.
 
* [[G-Force]] - No 3D support.
 
* [[G-Force]] - No 3D support.
* [[Halo Infinite]] - No Variable Rate Shading support.
 
 
* [[Just Cause 4]] - No [[HDR]] support.
 
* [[Just Cause 4]] - No [[HDR]] support.
 
* [[Maneater]] - No [[HDR]] or Ray tracing support.
 
* [[Maneater]] - No [[HDR]] or Ray tracing support.

Revision as of 12:41, 27 January 2023

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This list's purpose is to compile major features, content, and changes that are not included in the PC versions of certain games, even though they are present in the console versions.
As the title suggests, this article only covers games that have had features removed and, as such, some simple rules must be followed when editing: only titles that had content removed during the porting process to PC are eligible for this list; listing content added to console-only version(s) of a game released after the PC port of the original title should be avoided (e.g. Devil May Cry V: Special Edition's new content); content exclusive to version(s) of a game that are not comparable to the PC release (e.g. Game Boy Advance content, when the PC port of the game is based on the home console version) does not concern this article.
This list concerns native support, and will still list games even if they have mods to restore these features.

Multiple things missing

  • Bejeweled 2 - Missing achievements, online leaderboards, and lacks a 16:9 option compared to the Xbox Live version.
  • Bunny Must Die! Chelsea and the 7 Devils - Missing improvements from the console versions.
  • Burnout Paradise - Missing updates, and missing Cops 'n Robbers, and Big Surf Island DLC.
  • Castlevania: Lords of Shadow - Missing foliage animation and the Solid Snake outfit from the console versions.
  • Cave Story+ - Missing the Switch-exclusive local multiplayer mode, Sand Pit mode, two alternate soundtracks, as well as graphical enhancements.
  • Crazy Taxi - Missing original arcade/Dreamcast music and multiplayer mode from the PSP version.
  • Dangerous Driving - No HDR support, leaderboards, or achievements.
  • Dead or Alive 5 Last Round - Missing Soft Engine, enhanced particle effects, various online modes, and the extra stages added in the PS4/Xbox One versions.
  • Diablo 3 - No local multiplayer, controller support, or Zelda-themed cosmetics from the Switch version.
  • Disgaea PC - Missing HD character sprites, auto-battle, & DS-exclusive bonus content.
  • Doom I Enhanced - Missing surround sound, achievements, online leaderboards and multiplayer support from the Xbox Live Arcade version.
  • Driver: San Francisco - No split-screen support and missing orange filter from the console versions.
  • FlatOut 2 - No split-screen support, and missing two songs only present in the Xbox release, Nine Black Alps - Cosmopolitan, and AFI - Rabbits Are Roadkill On Rt. 37.
  • Geometry Wars: Retro Evolved - Missing retro game style, achievements, and online leaderboards from the Xbox 360 version.
  • Halo 2 - Missing the Blastacular map pack DLC & split-screen support.
  • The House in Fata Morgana - Missing the "Reincarnation" sequel story & "other additional short stories" from the console versions.
  • Islanders - Missing six island types, new colors, added resources, and "more" from the console versions.
  • Juiced 2: Hot Import Nights - Missing widescreen and split-screen support.
  • Minecraft: Bedrock Edition - Missing Mario-themed content pack from the Nintendo console versions, Skin Packs 4, 5, and 6 from the Xbox versions, and the Birthday skin packs.
  • Monster Jam - No split-screen support (even though the box and Steam page claimed it had support), shadows, or shading.
  • Need for Speed: Carbon - No split-screen or widescreen support, and missing DLC.
  • Need for Speed: Most Wanted - No split-screen or widescreen support.
  • NiGHTS into Dreams - Missing playable Sonic the Hedgehog and two-player mode.
  • OneShot - Missing unidentified "collectible content and features" from the console versions.
  • Pac-Man World Rally - Missing two-player modes from the console versions, along with 2 new playable characters and game modes exclusive to the PSP version.
  • Rayman Legends - Missing the Wii U version's ability to take control of Murfy in certain levels, the Switch version's Kung Foot tournament mode, and some console-exclusive characters (all in one place on Switch).
  • Rayman Raving Rabbids - Missing the Xbox 360 version's exclusive mini-games, as well as graphical enhancements.
  • Red Faction - Missing bot and split-screen support for multiplayer.
  • Resident Evil - Missing the Arrange Mode, Beginner Mode, and new items and enemies from the Director's Cut version.
  • Saints Row 2 - Missing all updates and DLC.
  • Screencheat - Missing some characters & the single-player mode from the Switch version.
  • Shovel Knight: Treasure Trove - Missing the amiibo-exclusive fairies, Switch & Wii U co-op challenges, Custom Knight creator, Showdown cosmetics, the Kratos boss fight (& its items) from the PlayStation versions, and additional challenges centered around each character from the Nintendo console versions.
  • Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing - Missing Metal Sonic & Death Egg Zone DLC, as well as console-exclusive characters like Banjo-Kazooie. Windows version is also missing online play support and Ryo Hazuki - Forklift Truck DLC.
  • Sonic Adventure DX - Missing all DLC from the original Dreamcast version and unlockable Game Gear games from the GameCube version.
  • Sonic Lost World - Missing Wii U-exclusive features such as two-player modes, Nintendo-themed DLC stages, bonus mini-games, etc.
  • Split Second - Missing all the updates and DLC.
  • Star Wars: Battlefront II - Missing Xbox-exclusive DLC and updates.
  • Stranglehold - Missing controller support, an update, and the Map Pack DLC.
  • Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition - Missing 3D Battle, 3D support, and Dynamic Mode from the 3DS version.
  • The Matrix: Path of Neo Missing widescreen support and multiple graphical effects from the PlayStation 2 version.
  • Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell - Missing one mission exclusive from the PlayStation 2 version, and the Depth of Field effect from the Xbox version.
  • Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Pandora Tomorrow - Missing Depth of Field and Rain effects from the Xbox version.
  • Tomb Raider: The Angel of Darkness - Missing visual effects — blood, hot, fractal noise, water drops from Lara—, camera rotation (360 degrees), analog controls, idle title screen, ending credits, etc.[1]
  • Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 2 - Missing split-screen support, two unlockable characters, and two Nintendo-exclusive levels.
  • Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 3 - Missing one Xbox-exclusive skater and four levels found in the N64 & and Xbox versions.
  • Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 4 - Missing one skater and two levels exclusive to the PS1 version.
  • TowerFall Ascension - Missing Madeline and Badeline from Celeste as playable characters alongside the six-player mode from the Switch version.
  • Trouble Witches Origin - Episode1 Daughters of Amalgam - - Supposedly missing two new characters, new Magic Cards, and new mode(s) exclusive to the (at time of writing) Japan-only re-release on PS4 & Switch.
  • Tsugunohi - Supposedly missing numerous additions, graphical enhancements, and the newly-translated eight film from the upcoming Switch version.
  • Virtua Fighter PC - Missing Tournament Mode and Squeeze Display Mode from the 32X version.

Missing levels

Missing game modes

Missing multiplayer features

Missing characters

  • Marvel's Avengers - Spider-Man, who is only in the PlayStation versions.
  • Marvel: Ultimate Alliance (2016) - Some characters and missions that were only in the PSP version.
  • Marvel: Ultimate Alliance 2 - Thor, Daredevil, Ms. Marvel, She-Hulk, Storm, Blade, Cyclops, & Sentry as characters, & Songbird as a boss. This content is only available on a combination of the PS2, PSP, Wii, or DS versions depending on the character or boss.
  • Mortal Kombat 4 - The Dreamcast-exclusive returning characters Kitana, Mileena, Cyrax, Kung Lao, Baraka, and Sektor.
  • Mortal Kombat (2011) - Kratos, who is only in the PlayStation versions.
  • Scribblenauts Unlimited - Mario & Zelda characters, who are only in the Wii U & Switch versions.
  • Super Bomberman R - Console-exclusive characters, who are different for each version.
  • Super Meat Boy - Gish, Spelunky, Pink Knight, and The Ninja are only in the console versions. (The Switch version lacks Pink Knight and Gish).
  • Street Fighter X Tekken - Cole MacGrath, Toro Inoue & Kuro, Pac-Man in a Mokujin-style mech, and "bad box art" Mega Man, who are only in the PlayStation versions.

Missing graphical features

Missing control features

Missing audio

Missing bonus material

Missing ability to buy DLC

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