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Final Zone

Final Zone

Wolfteam released so many games for the Genesis that it’s a miracle it found time to do anything else. Game after game made its way to our little console, and while some are better than others, most are worth checking out in some way or another. Take Final Zone, for example. With its complex gameplay and isometric view, it probably turned off a lot of gamers, but look deeper and there’s a decent game to be found.

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Beast Wrestler

Beast Wrestler

If you were a Genesis-owning wrestling fan during the first two years or so of the console’s life, you most likely spent a lot of time in a bad mood. First, after being teased for months with Sega’s Wrestle War, you were quietly let down when the game never came stateside. Then, the only game even resembling a wrestling title was Renovation’s Beast Wrestler, which was in no way a substitute. Yeah, it’s that bad.

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Dinoland

Dinoland

Despite all the advancements in game technology, pinball is still a blast to play. The Genesis has its fair share of games in the genre, and some are weirder than others. Take Renovation’s Dinoland, for example. Designed by the famous Wolfteam, it features a little dinosaur who takes ball form to save his girlfriend. Sound far fetched? Well, it’s probably no more odd than a hedgehog pinging around a ball field.

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Master of Monsters

Master of Monsters

Strategy games often have a reputation of being brutally hard and inaccessible. This isn’t always true, and most people are probably turned off by the amount of brain work required to play than anything else. Renovation’s Master of Monsters series is one title that fits that moniker nicely. It’s not complicated to get into, but it can be very difficult to complete. Aside from the simplistic graphics though, there’s a lot of solid gameplay to enjoy, and the soundtrack is simply fantastic.

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Jennifer Capriati Tennis

Jennifer Capriati Tennis

Wimbledon may be over, but that doesn’t mean you can’t continue enjoying the tennis action of pros! As always, the Genesis has you covered, with Jennifer Capriati Tennis, a game featuring the bad girl of the sport. Suprisingly, this isn’t another one of those licensed shovelware pieces normally associated with a big name. There’s some real depth here, and the game is a lot of fun. It also has the creepiest title screen in all of gaming.

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