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Forgotten Worlds

Forgotten Worlds

Forgotten Worlds is a great beginning shooter from the early Genesis library. A good amount of levels, shops to buy weapons, a two-player simultaneous play option, plenty to shoot, hidden items or Zenny, great colorful graphics, good sound, and a solid challenge are all present. est games on the Genesis.

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Shining Force II: Seal of the Ancients

Shining Force II: Seal of the Ancients

It’s pretty obvious to everyone that the Genesis wasn’t known for its RPGs. It’s not to say that it didn’t have them, it did, just not as many as the SNES, and of those, only a handful (around 10) were really worth playing. You had the obvious games like the Phantasy Star series, the Shining series, and games like Beyond Oasis and Crusader of Centy. These games represent most of the worthwhile RPG’s for the system. High among them stands Shining Force II.

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Arrow Flash

Arrow Flash

Back around 1990 when the Genesis was first trying to get established in the market, we began to see a swarm of shooters from a few companies all striving for a buck. Renovation was one of those companies, usually translating those mediocre to okay titles from the Mega Drive to the states. Of those titles brought to us was Arrow Flash and I must say that this is one of the better titles Renovation Products ported over.

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Thunder Force II

Thunder Force II

You are not a hard-core Thunder Force junkie if you do not own this game. With superior design creating fun gameplay, this game is it, without a doubt. And if you haven’t guessed, this title comes highly recommended. So get off your butt and go find a copy before they become any harder to find.

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Final Fight CD

Final Fight CD

I remember when the SNES version of Final Fight hit the streets. It sold like hot cakes and though it had been eagerly anticipated, many were returned the same day. No Guy? No two player mode? Levels missing and names changed? Flicker and slowdown all over the place? Many of my friends swore a Sicilian curse at Capcom that day and were bitter over it for a long time. Never having an arcade version near me for comparison, for a long time I couldn’t see what all the controversy was about, until I played the Sega CD version.

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