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Gunstar Heroes

Gunstar Heroes

If there’s one thing clearly understood about owning a Sega Genesis, it’s that Gunstar Heroes must be a part of your library. Say what you will about Treasure and how they’re overrated, untalented, etc; but you cannot deny that this is easily their finest hour on the system and arguably their best game overall.

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Sword of Vermilion

Sword of Vermilion

The first stab at an RPG by the arcade legends at AM2, Sword of Vermilion got some things right and just a tab bit more wrong. The result was a mediocre effort that, while worth playing, isn’t what would be expected by such a talented team. Chalk it up to growing pains?

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OutRun

OutRun

Everybody likes Out Run. The Ferrari, the music, the multiple paths; it’s all good. As one of the seminal racing games ever made, it has achieved almost legendary status. Originally released on the Sega Master System, it was brought to the Genesis in 1990 and was considered the best version until Sega brought it back for the Sega Ages Series.

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Road Rash 2

Road Rash 2

Electronic Arts’ returns with another deadly round of motorcycle action. Does the sequel hold up to the original? Read our full review and see!

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Tom Mason’s Dinosaurs for Hire

Tom Mason’s Dinosaurs for Hire

Sega of America released Dinosaurs for Hire in the fall of 1993. It’s based on the short-lived Malibu comic by Tom Manson and features gun-toting dinos shooting everything in sight. That sounds like a match made in heaven, but somehow it’s not all it’s cracked up to be.

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