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Tecmo Super NBA Basketball

Tecmo Super NBA Basketball

Looking for a Genesis basketball game that’s a bit different from NBA Live? Perhaps Tecmo Super NBA Basketball is one to consider. While not perfect, it offers a decent alternative to EA’s game, with real teams and players and enough simulation options to keep you playing the entire season.

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RISK

RISK

The classic board game comes to Genesis. Take charge of your armies and march them across the globe on your quest for world domination. This version adds some unique gameplay elements that make it worth trying for fans of the series or board gamers looking for something new to try. Destroy your enemies, see them driven before you, and hear the lamentation of their women!

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WWF WrestleMania: the Arcade Game

WWF WrestleMania: the Arcade Game

Tired of the same old wrestling matches and stiff moves? Then this is the game for you! Taking everything you love about professional wrestling and tossing it, Wrestlemania: The Arcade Game pits eight WWF legends against each other in some hilarious matches. If you’re a fan, then you need to check this one out!

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Robocop 3

Robocop 3

Robocop is widely considered by many to be a classic of modern science fiction cinema. Its sequels… not so much. The difference between the original and later installments is night and day, and this contrast also applies to the various video game adaptations released over the years. Everyone loves Data East’s Robocop arcade game, but the sequels are widely reviled, no matter the platform they’re on. One need look little further than Flying Edge’s port of Robocop 3 to see just how bad movie games can be. But hey, at least it’s faithful to its source material!

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WWF WrestleMania: The Arcade Game

WWF WrestleMania: The Arcade Game

As creative and over-the-top as professional wrestling can be, you’d think game developers would be hard pressed to find a way to make a game that’s even more ridiculous. Midway managed to do just that with Wrestlemania: The Arcade Game, which exploded into arcades and later a ton of home consoles. The 32X version is quite good, and those looking for some simple, arcadey fun should definitely check it out. Read the full review for all the wrasslin’ details.

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