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Articles written by: Sega-16 Staff & Readers

Reader Roundtable Vol. 123

Reader Roundtable Vol. 123

It’s too hot outside in most places. If ever there was a reason to stay inside where it’s cool, summer is it! And with so many great games to play, there’s more than enough to entertain. This month, our staff and readers have a diverse selection of titles to share, so read on and see what they’ve been playing!

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Reader Roundtable Vol. 122

Reader Roundtable Vol. 122

So many games and so little time! It’s amazing how much of a console’s library can still be discovered so many years after it’s off store shelves, and Sega’s machines are still producing new experiences decades after they’ve been officially discontinued. For fans though, no machine ever dies! Read on and see what our staff and readers were playing in May!

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Reader Roundtable Vol. 121

Reader Roundtable Vol. 121

Ah, Spring… It’s a time for sunshine, flowers, and gentle breezes. It’s also a time for hay fever and ticks, so maybe we’d better just stay indoors! Luckily, our staff and readers are here for you, with a fresh batch of games that you will want to play while you’re hiding from allergies and sunburn. There’s always something worth checking out!

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Reader Roundtable Vol. 120

Reader Roundtable Vol. 120

Winter is gone, and hopefully it’s getting warmer where you live. That means it’s going to be sunny and pleasant outside, making it that much harder to resist the temptation to stay indoors and play Sega. Be strong! Don’t give into your basic urges! You can take a pill for vitamin D, and if you want fresh air, just open a window! Stay inside and try out one of the great games in this month’s Roundtable!

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Reader Roundtable Vol. 119

Reader Roundtable Vol. 119

Time again for another look at what our staff and readers have been playing! Are you considering revisiting a classic game or trying a new one out for the first time? Then the Reader Roundtable is for you! Each month, we share our monthly game experiences in hopes that they will help readers explore the depth of Sega’s 8 and 16-bit library. Enjoy!

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