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Onslaught

Onslaught

What could have been an excellent port of a good action/adventure title turned out to be the best example for Sega to lock out unlicensed games. Onslaught was the only Accolade game that didn’t work with a TMSS-equipped Genesis, and it’s for good reason. Let’s just say that the console seems to know better with this one…

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Warrior of Rome

Warrior of Rome

Strategy games, while popular on PCs, went under a lot of gamer’s radars during the 16-bit era. With releases like Warrior of Rome, it’s easy to see why. Vague objectives and a dragging pace are just some of the problems plaguing this early title, and if war were actually like this, Caesar would never have left Italy.

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Toys: Let the Toy Wars Begin!

Toys: Let the Toy Wars Begin!

No matter how old you get, you still have toys. back in 1992, someone thought it would a great idea to turn this love into a movie, and they even got Robin Williams to play the lead role. Of course, as with any big budget license, a video game was a must, so Absolute Entertainment produced one. The movie Toys was a box office flop, and the game? We can safely say that while it wasn’t worse than the film, it wasn’t really much better.

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