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Fire Shark

Fire Shark

Toaplan is king of the shooter, and its excellent Fire Shark got a stellar rendition on the Genesis, courtesy of Dreamworks. This is one title you should track down and play.

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Castlevania Bloodlines

Castlevania Bloodlines

Finally, could it really be a Castlevania game for the Genesis? After years of turning a deaf ear to anything Sega, Konami finally hears the cries from fans and delivers a title to the 16-bit wonder. What’s even more amazing is that it isn’t a port of any of the NES or SNES games; it’s an original chapter in the Castlevania mythos. But is it any good?

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Awesome Possum Kicks Dr. Machino’s Butt!

Awesome Possum Kicks Dr. Machino’s Butt!

Tengen, A subsidiary of Atari games, was never known from making very good games. While they had some successful games on the NES, They never really got too far. After Sonic’s debut, many companies thought that the best way to sales was to make their own platform mascot game. That led to many sub par titles, such as Aero the Acro-Bat and Zool. Where does Awesome Possum stand? Well…. don’t get your hopes up.

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World of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse & Donald Duck

World of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse & Donald Duck

With most of the attention going to the battle being waged between Sonic and Mario, the Mickey Mouse series was almost ignored by most of America in the early ’90s. Most of his games were shelf-sitters and bargain bin warmers, some with good reason (Fantasia anyone?). A few, however, were actually pretty good. Titles such as Castle of Illusion, Mickey Mania, and of course, World of Illusion come to mind.

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Sonic The Hedgehog 3

Sonic The Hedgehog 3

Sonic 3 corrected every little mistake that was found in the first two Sonic The Hedgehog titles and does them one better. With more reasons to play, more secrets, and just more Sonic fun, part three was hyped well before its release and I have to say it lived up to every little bit of it.

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