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    Sonic Radical Rex (Sega CD)

    Sonic The Hedgehog opened the floodgates for a slew of furry mascot characters that had attitude and some lame nemesis to destroy for the greater world good. Activision's Radical Rex, released on both the Genesis and Sega CD (as well as the SNES), varied from that tired formula in one way: its hero wasn't furry. Yes, Rex the Dinosaur bravely decided to stand out from the crowd by having skin and not fur, and his jumping, skateboard-riding, item-collecting talents were the envy of the platforming world. And thanks to his individuality and war against conformism, video games are better now. Read our full review, and see just what a special platforming mascot Rex really is.

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    Interesting stuff.
    I wonder if I should get the game.

    I like how the author compared it to the Genesis cart, but he could have included a few words about the SNES cart as well.
    He sure doesn't like rhymes either...harsh.


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    Quote Originally Posted by PimpUigi View Post
    He sure doesn't like rhymes either...harsh.
    I think I should answer, if just to save face,
    I sure do like rhymes... but not in this case!

    The funny thing about an oxymoron is, even if you remove the ox, there'll always be a moron. The Question Remains: Y?

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    I really gotta say I like the music, though. That's one thing shovelware on the Sega CD always seemed to get right. No matter how mediocre the game was, the original scores always made you want to keep playing.

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