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Premier Manager

Premier Manager

Like soccer? Enjoy simulation games? Then we have a combination for you. Premier Manager brings all the excitement of the industry to your Genesis sans the gameplay, presentation, and excitement typically associated with the sport. It’s deep and involving but not overly exciting if you’re used to traditional soccer titles.

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Nigel Mansell’s World Championship

Nigel Mansell’s World Championship

There are lots of racers on the Genesis, and while most are worth playing, relatively few stand out above the pack. The majority tend to fall somewhere in the middle – not bad and not great. Nigel Mansell fits that description pretty well, as it doesn’t manage to pull ahead. Simplicity isn’t always a bad thing though, and despite its mediocre gameplay and visuals, some might still find it worth a few spins.

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Zool: Ninja of the Nth Dimension

Zool: Ninja of the Nth Dimension

The Amiga was the source of a great number of excellent titles that were ported to the Genesis. Gremlin Graphiics’ Zool; Ninja of the Nth Dimension was a game that stealthily made its way to Sega’s console during the mascot platformer craze of the early ’90s. It was successful enough to warrant a sequel, but is it really that good? Read on and see!

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Top Gear 2

Top Gear 2

Finished OutRun? Know Micro Machines like the back of your hand? Well, perhaps it’s time to try Top Gear 2. While it might not match the sheer quality of the two aforementioned titles, it’s actually a pretty decent little racer that should be easy to find.

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Newman/Haas Indy Car Featuring Nigel Mansell

Newman/Haas Indy Car Featuring Nigel Mansell

Simulation racing has its fans, but it doesn’t seem like too much fun to watch for someone who’s not really into the sport. You can imagine then, how a game based on IndyCar racing might fare with all but the most diehard fans. Sega’s Super Monaco GP series was an excellent attempt at making the genre more mainstream, and Acclaim shot back with its take on the IndyCar scene with Newman-Haas IndyCar Racing. Did it land in the winner’s circle, or was it disqualified?

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