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    Why do companies release peripherals, only to let them starve to death? Sega's Menacer often comes to mind whenever Genesis fans ask this very question. There were very few games for it, and one of the best was left in Europe (a rare example of PAL gamers getting a game U.S. Genesis owners didn't). Body Count was an alien-filled romp packed with great graphics and intense action, and Sega never released it stateside. We've got a full report on it, so lock and load soldier!
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    I used to like that group.


    You just can't handle my jawusumness responces.

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    COP KILLER!!

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    Link?

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    this game seems to have an invisible touch..

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    Great game, but I wish it came stateside like everyone else. If only Sega of America didn't dick around, we'd have some more solid games in the waning years of the Genesis.

    Too bad the game is a R7 on Digital Presses PAL rarity guide, because if I saw a copy cheap, I'd buy it. Hmm... better bug Comicalgames!
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    I assume this is completely incompatible with NTSC systems, then, eh?


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    The game is country locked, meaning it will only work on a PAL system. However, I'm sure someone could make a GG/PAR code so it could work for those unwilling to mod out systems
    The smell of scorched oil hangs in the air as a premonition of danger, while the engine gloriously shouts its war cry...

    Throughout history, suspicion has always bred conflict. The real conflict, though, resides in people's hearts. This conflict has just begun.

    nes x-men nes x-men nes x-men

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alianger
    this game seems to have an invisible touch..

    It reaches in and grabs right hold of your heart?

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    Quote Originally Posted by David J.
    The game is country locked, meaning it will only work on a PAL system. However, I'm sure someone could make a GG/PAR code so it could work for those unwilling to mod out systems
    How easy is it exactly to MAKE GG codes?

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    If you have the right tools and your mind wrapped around hex theory, and are willing to waste a lot of time fiddling around...

    ...it's not that hard. =P

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    ...O_o What ARE the right tools and what IS Hex Theory?

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    How's the sound and music?

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    The music is forgettable, but the sounds are pretty cool. Lots of explosions and gunfire. Nothing too special though.

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