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Genesis Reviews

Powermonger

Powermonger

Electronic Arts wasn’t shy about porting its popular computer titles to the Genesis, but some games are better left where they are, especially when they fail to capture excitement and gameplay of the original. Powermonger suffers this fate, as its slow and oh-so-steady gameplay is bogged down on console and hampered by inadequate control.

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Cheese Cat-Astrophe Starring Speedy Gonzales

Cheese Cat-Astrophe Starring Speedy Gonzales

Warner Bros. characters are famous the world over, and they’ve made plenty of game appearances. European Mega Drive owners were given one title Americans weren’t, and it featured that most stereotypical of Warner characters, Speedy Gonzales. Is it worth importing? Read on and find out!

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Super Baseball 2020

Super Baseball 2020

Like baseball? Enjoy watching robots fight? Then have we got a game for you! Super Baseball 2020 lets cyborgs and robots take America’s pastime to a whole new level. A brilliant port of the Neo Geo arcade classic, the Genesis version has all the sporty metal-mashing you could ever want. Play ball!

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Traysia

Traysia

Renovation provided a major software lift to the Genesis in its early years, releasing all sorts of titles and covering almost every genre imaginable. Among the RPGs in its line is Traysia, which never really seems to excel at anything. Sometimes fun, often dull, it never really seems to know what it wants to be.

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Double Dribble: The Playoff Edition

Double Dribble: The Playoff Edition

Double Dribble on the NES is considered a classic by many, but somehow none of what made that version so special found its way into the Genesis sequel. Brain-dead team AI makes the single-player experience entirely avoidable, and while the eight-player mode may be fun for a while, it can’t save the overall package.

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