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General Chaos

General Chaos

Get some friends together and whip out that multi-tap, because this is a game you simply need to play with other people. General Chaos offers awesome gameplay and an innovative concept that’s simply unmatched on the Genesis, so try it out!

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Jeopardy!

Jeopardy!

The game we have today is Jeopardy. The original was soon followed by Deluxe and Sports versions in the same year. It came out during the streak of game show games being released for both Genesis and SNES. Apparently, someone at GameTek thought that game shows would be the next big cash cows of the gaming industry. I don’t think so.

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Sonic The Hedgehog 2

Sonic The Hedgehog 2

After the successful Sonic The Hedgehog, there was no doubt in anyone’s mind that a sequel was coming and that it would be just as great as the original or better. In my opinion, Sonic 2 improves on all of that game’s faults and in most cases, surpasses it.

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High Seas Havoc

High Seas Havoc

Data East jumped in on the mascot platformer craze, and its hero was a pirate! Ok, so it was extremely unoriginal and derivative. The biggest knock against it is that it doesn’t really try to make up for its theme with solid gameplay.

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Sword of Sodan

Sword of Sodan

Electronic Arts thought to compete with Golden Axe by releasing a slasher of its own. However noble the company’s intentions, however, the game it backed fell well short of the mark, and Sword of Sodan is forever associated with the worst in the genre.

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