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Midnight Resistance

Midnight Resistance

Data East’s arcade hit arrives on the Genesis with guns blazing! Lots of action and big bosses make this game one all run-‘n-gun fans should check out. Read our full review for more information.

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Streets of Rage 2

Streets of Rage 2

The first 16-megabit game on the Genesis came in the form of a blockbuster sequel for the incredible Streets of Rage. It took everything great about the first game and pumped it up to cosmic heights, giving players a game that lives on as perhaps the greatest beat-’em-up on the console. it doesn’t get any better than this.

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Super Fantasy Zone

Super Fantasy Zone

Anyone who is familiar with the Fantasy Zone series will feel right at home with the Mega Drive sequel. Controls are essentially the same and the premise has not changed at all. After O-papa, (Opa-Opa’s dad) is killed by the returning Dark Menon (sounds like a perfume company), little Opa takes on the mantle of space savior and sets out to finish the job his father could not. Using all his skill and armament, he battles through ten stages of baddies in order to eliminate Menon once and for all.

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Toy Story

Toy Story

Toy Story, released in 1995, was a movie done by Pixar, in full 3D animation. The movie became quite popular, and did well in the box office. The game came the following year, 1996, for the SNES, Sega Genesis, PC, and Gameboy. But does the game live up to the standards set by how well the movie did?

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Aero the Acrobat

Aero the Acrobat

During the Genesis’ heyday, it seemed all Companies wanted was their own “Sonic,” a character to call their own and to make them lots of cash. During this period, it was a matter of “quantity” over “quality” and Aero the Acrobat is the best example of this.

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