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Reader Roundtable Vol. 144

Reader Roundtable Vol. 144

As summer comes to a close and the leaves change color, some things stay the same. No matter what the season, there will always be plenty of Sega goodness to enjoy, and we’ve put together a selection of games we’ve been enjoying this month that is sure to get you playing!

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Preview: Kung-Fu UFO

Preview: Kung-Fu UFO

A new Genesis title is on the horizon! South American developer Retro Nerve recently launched an Indigogo campaign to fund Kung-Fu UFO, an action/beat-’em-up that combines elements of some classic titles to produce a promising new game for your Genesis!

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Space Channel 5

Space Channel 5

Ulala made her gaming debut on the Dreamcast, and she’s since become one of Sega’s most iconic characters. Her first adventure, though short, was a funky romp that instantly stood out among other games, and it’s one of the most fun titles on the console. Dancing in space with aliens has never been so much fun!

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Classic Interview: Yoshiki Ooka (Gain Ground Programmer)

Classic Interview: Yoshiki Ooka (Gain Ground Programmer)

Gain Ground is a classic Sega arcade game that still manages to be under most people’s radar, despite ports to several consoles. The arcade original’s history is quite an interesting tale, and this 2003 interview was translated for the book “The Sega Arcade Revolution: A History in 62 Games.” Read on and see how the game was made!

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My Hero

My Hero

A year after its 1985 arcade debut, Sega released a home port of its beat-’em-up My Hero on the Master System. The home version kept things mostly intact, but there really wasn’t that much to preserve. Thin on gameplay and presentation, My Hero fit on a Sega card and probably left a ton of memory to spare.

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