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Post Tagged with: “Vic Tokai”

Psycho Fox

Psycho Fox

A late platform release for the Master System, Psycho Fox takes a bunch of good ideas and fumbles about with them, never quite knowing what to do. The game is fun and has some interesting dynamics, but it leaves players with the impression that it could have been so much more.

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King Salmon: The Big Catch

King Salmon: The Big Catch

Fishing is a relaxing activity, and doing it from the comfort of your couch is about as relaxing as it can get! Vic Tokai actually produced a fun home version of the sport, and its worth checking out, even if you haven’t traditionally been a fan.

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Battle Mania Daiginjou

Battle Mania Daiginjou

The Battle Mania games featured beautiful visuals, rock-solid gameplay, and some really great humor. The first game made it across the pond under the Trouble Shooter moniker, but its much-improved sequel was left behind. Is it worth the $150 asking price?

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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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Mazin Saga: Mutant Fighter

Mazin Saga: Mutant Fighter

Everyone who likes Japanese animation knows of Mazinger Z. The classic series has been cultivating a fanbase for almost four decades, and there has been everything from toys to video games based on the character. The Genesis got something of a “remixed” version of Mazinger Z in Vic Tokai’s Mazin Saga: Mutant Fighter, a re-imagined telling of the mythos through some side-scrolling beat-’em-up action and a few stiff fighting scenes.

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