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Robo Aleste

Robo Aleste

Coming from shmup masters Compile, Robo Aleste had big shoes to fill after the masterpiece that was M.U.S.H.A. As practically the only vertical shooter on the Sega CD, it also filled a much-neglected niche. How did it fare in both areas? Read our full review for all the details.

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Twinkle Tale

Twinkle Tale

One of the best Mega Drive titles that stayed in Japan, Twinkle Tale was chock full of blazing action and dazzling visuals. It may not be the best in its class (a recent fan translation and upgrade improves the experience), and it’s damn expensive, but it’s definitely a great way to spend an afternoon.

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Sonic Adventure

Sonic Adventure

After an absence on the Saturn, Sonic returned on the Dreamcast with a new platform adventure. It was hailed and welcomed by many at the time, but the Blue Blur still had a lot of adjusting to do in the third dimension. A disjointed plot and a problematic camera keep Sonic’s first proper 3D outing from being a true classic.

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Classic Interview: José Ángel Sánchez (Sega Spain)

Classic Interview: José Ángel Sánchez (Sega Spain)

These two interviews with Sega Spain’s CEO and General Director, José Ángel Sánchez, discuss Sega’s position in the Spanish 16-bit market, the Mega CD and 32X, the Saturn. and the Dreamcast’s launch and Sega’s online plans in Europe. They offer some great insight about the company’s business in Spain and its expectations for upcoming consoles.

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Panzer Dragoon Saga

Panzer Dragoon Saga

Perhaps the most coveted of Saturn games, Panzer Dragoon Saga is an RPG that people desperately hope will one day be remastered. It’s short and extraordinarily expensive, but oh what a wonderful experience it is. If you want to see the Saturn at its best, this is the game you need to play.

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