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Berenstain Bears Camping Adventure (Game Gear)

Berenstain Bears Camping Adventure (Game Gear)

The classic Berenstain Bears made two appearances in the “Sega Club” line of children’s games for the Genesis and Game Gear, and both titles are fun little romps, with the Game Gear version being the more engaging of the two. Simple to play but not as easy as one would expect from a children’s game, it’s well suited for Sega’s portable.

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Captain America & the Avengers (Game Gear)

Captain America & the Avengers (Game Gear)

The Avengers assembled on the Game Gear, but something didn’t make it to the meeting. The game tries to mimic its more powerful console and arcade siblings, and while some of that does make it through, a lot of what made the original game so much fun gets lost in the translation. Maybe someone should call the X-Men next time.

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Ren & Stimpy: Quest for the Shaven Yak

Ren & Stimpy: Quest for the Shaven Yak

Nickelodeon’s raunchy duo made its way to the Game Gear in 1994, courtesy of Realtime Associates, and the game managed to capture a good deal of the show’s charm. While it may not be the most challenging or engaging platformer out there, it’s definitely worth some playtime.

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Aaahh!! Real Monsters

Aaahh!! Real Monsters

Viacom New Media had a healthy stable of popular shows in the ’90s, many of which were on Nickelodeon. Naturally, most of those shows had video games on the consoles of the time, and the Genesis saw its fair share. Among them, Aaahh!! Real Monsters was one title that tried a team dynamic that worked to mixed results.

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Warlock

Warlock

It’s been a while since we reviewed a licensed game, and just when you thought we’d gotten them all, Warlock pops into our sights. Stiff, frustrating gameplay combines with brutal difficulty to produce yet another game you might remember getting for Christmas instead of Gunstar Heroes or Rocket Knight Adventures. Yeah, we hear you, and you probably won’t be surprised to know that games like this don’t get better with age.

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