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Bugs Bunny in Double Trouble

Bugs Bunny in Double Trouble

Bugs Bunny has something of a bad record when it comes to video game appearances. He’s certainly no Mickey Mouse. The trend of bad releases continued on the Genesis with Double Trouble, a game that suffers from frustrating level design and brutal difficulty. The developers definitely should have taken that left turn at Albuquerque.

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Reader Roundtable Vol. 141

Reader Roundtable Vol. 141

The weather is all wonky, but that doesn’t matter when you have some good games to play! Our readers have been investing some quality time in March with a slew of quality titles that everyone should check out. Maybe there’s something you missed or just haven’t played in a while.

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Panzer Dragoon II Zwei

Panzer Dragoon II Zwei

The original Panzer Dragoon debuted with the Saturn’s launch, and it was quite an impressive title. The sequel amped up everything good about its predecessor, adding some stunning environments and a cool dragon evolution dynamic. It’s one of the top releases for the console and one that everyone should play.

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Interview: Noah Copeland (Sonic Triple Trouble Remake)

Interview: Noah Copeland (Sonic Triple Trouble Remake)

Composer and programmer Noah Copeland is giving the Game Gear Sonic classic Triple Trouble a 16-bit facelift, and we just had to hear about it! We chatted with him about why he decided to tackle this project and if there are any other 8-bit upgrades in his future. Read on for all the details!

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Shooting Gallery

Shooting Gallery

Shooting Gallery may lack the intensity of other Light Phaser games, like Missile Defense 3D or Rescue Mission, but it’s a decent title that can be entertaining for a while. The high difficulty may chase away younger gamers, but there’s fun to be had here, particularly when played with other people.

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