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Strider

Strider

When Sega decided to convert Strider, it was a daunting task. Weighing in at a hefty eight megs, it was the first cart of that size to ever be released on a home console outside of anything Neo Geo. In order to maintain everything that made the coin-op original so popular, Sega had to squeeze every iota of memory they could from the ROM. For all intents and purposes, it was a resounding success, even if the game retailed for about $10 than others at the time (hey, it was 8 megs!).

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Faery Tale Adventure

Faery Tale Adventure

Faery Tale Adventure in my opinion was a very good game; not as good as the Phantasy Star series or a lot of other Genesis RPG’s, but still capable of providing hours of challenge and exploration.

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Lethal Enforcers CD

Lethal Enforcers CD

Lethal Enforcers is one of the finest shooting games ever made. It’s the predecessor to games like Virtua Cop, Time Crisis, and House of the Dead, without it, these games simply would not exist. The game is simply spectacular; the graphics are stunning, and the sound is amazing.

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Aerobiz Supersonic

Aerobiz Supersonic

Aerobiz Supersonic was released in 1994 for the Sega Genesis and is the sequel to the 1993 sleeper hit, Aerobiz. The game was developed and published by Koei, a company with a strong reputation for making games that one must think their way through.

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RoadBlasters

RoadBlasters

Ah, Road Blasters. Many an hour was spent by yours truly playing the NES version of this game years ago. The adrenaline-pumping speed and addictive gameplay made it something that I couldn’t stop playing. Now, a decade later, as I play the Genesis version of the game, I can say that the game is just as fun to play now as it was then.

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