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Creative Genesis: The Untranslated Japanese of Jet Set Radio (Part 1)

Creative Genesis: The Untranslated Japanese of Jet Set Radio (Part 1)

Jet Set Radio did such a wonderful job of creating a living, breathing city to run around in. Though it was localized to the West, a lot of the in-game Japanese remained untranslated. Join us as we take a look at some of the signs detailing life in the game’s first area, Shibuya-chou.

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Saturn Bomberman

Saturn Bomberman

Hudson’s 32-bit Bomberman remains the defining entry in the franchise and perhaps the best multi-player game on the Saturn. It’s reason enough to own more than one multi-tap and as many controllers as you can find. If you’re looking for the ultimate Saturn party or tournament game, this is it.

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Rambo: First Blood Part II

Rambo: First Blood Part II

Rambo II was the Master System’s first big-name, two-player run-‘n-gun, and it was a pretty fun romp while it lasted. Varied environments and lots of enemies helped make up for the game’s relatively slow pace, and the soundtrack is highly underrated. This is one gem that Master System owners should give a try.

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Jim Power: The Lost Dimension

Jim Power: The Lost Dimension

Once slated for a Genesis release, Jim Power: The Lost Dimension was canceled and cast into limbo. It remained there for two decades, until Piko Interactive rescued it from oblivion. Was it worth the wait? Well, yes and no. Read our full review to find out more.

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Toy Story 2: Buzz Lightyear to the Rescue

Toy Story 2: Buzz Lightyear to the Rescue

Buzz Lightyear certainly went “to infinity and beyond” on the Dreamcast. His 3D adventure was a surprisingly good licensed romp that shouldn’t be overlooked. There are expansive levels, great puzzles, and engaging boss battles in this excellent port that deserves a spot on your shelf.

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