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Warrior of Rome II

Warrior of Rome II

Want to conquer the world? Ever have a desire to be master of all you survey? Well, then we’ve got a game for you! Micronet’s sequel to Warrior of Rome fixes a lot of what was wrong with the original game and makes total domination easier than before. There are still some issues with difficulty, but it’s well worth playing and a great addition to any Genesis library.

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ATP Tour Championship Tennis

ATP Tour Championship Tennis

As the Sega Sports brand moved forward, it continued to improve on existing titles in different sports, such as tennis. The second offering from Sega is a definite step up over the original Wimbledon, but it still doesn’t quite obtain the heights most fans were expecting this late in the console cycle.

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Andre Agassi Tennis

Andre Agassi Tennis

The Genesis is host to many quality tennis titles, and fans of the sport should count themselves lucky for this fact when they’re faced with the possibility of having to play a game as bad as this one. Shoddy programming and lackluster presentation are enough to make anyone go McEnroe and smash their controller while yelling “really?” at the television.

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Double Take: Blackthorne

Double Take: Blackthorne

Blizzard’s Blackthorne is a popular action title that’s seen release on several platforms, and its combination of puzzle-solving, combat, and platforming has made it a classic among fans of similar titles, like Out of This World and Flashback. The 32X version has slowly crept up in price, becoming a real collector’s item, but is it for all the right reasons?

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Onslaught

Onslaught

What could have been an excellent port of a good action/adventure title turned out to be the best example for Sega to lock out unlicensed games. Onslaught was the only Accolade game that didn’t work with a TMSS-equipped Genesis, and it’s for good reason. Let’s just say that the console seems to know better with this one…

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