I see only one way to solve this MD/Genesis issue. Dump all this sega stuff and turn the site into a Nintendo site. We (meaning you) could call it "SNES-16" or something similar. Since the Super Famicom was only released in japan, and NO ONE over there can read or speak English we (meaning you again) wont have to worry about complaints over naming. And for reviews of games like Contra/Probotector/Gryzor we will just call it "Konami Game 1" or something similar. That way everyone will know it's the same game. Problem solved.
but wolfchild stands 2 times in the list genesis masterlist
as wolfchild and wolf child
crash dummies isnt in the list
what about Aladdin II?
I have played in a pc emulator.
The same goes for Hercules
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Aladdin II is a port of the SNES Aladdin game. Hercules (2) is a port of the Playstation Hercules game with only four levels. Both were made in either China or Taiwan like many games of their type there and the graphics for these two were most likely reconstructed from screenshots from magazines or filming parts of the original game on video tape since both games don't exactly resemble 100% graphical wise in terms of sprites.
Both of these were unofficial ports of Capcom and Disney/Eurocom games anyway and better to play the original versions if you can.
I'm not sure if this belongs here, but I just discovered that Kolibri for the 32X is actually 2-Player Co-Op; contrary to what the box says on the back. I'm extatic. I love co-ops.
P.S.> The master list currently lists it as 1-player
The master list is missing: Dragon Ball Z: Buyū Retsuden or In Freance Dragon Ball Z: L'Appel du Destin. Released in Japan on January 1, 1994 and Europe later in 1994. Europe release seems to be very rare.
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Be true to yourself. GFX doesn't matter, the game does. If you are intrested to donate one NTSC Genesis for hardware testing purposes, please pm me.
Midnight Raiders 32X needs to go back in the master lists as it definitely exists, it's just very rare and in Brazil only.
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