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Sega Chess

Sega Chess

Chess, the game of kings, actually had an official release for the Master System, though it was only in Europe. Though competent, the game pales in comparison to its unlicensed Genesis sibling. Still, if you’re a fan of the game and really need to play an 8-bit version of it, then Sega Chess might be something worth looking into.

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Jurassic Park (Master System)

Jurassic Park (Master System)

Jurassic Park roared onto just about every piece of hardware that was out in 1993, including the Master System, which was still around in Europe. It may have been scaled down for the machine, but it offered an excellent adventure.

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Master of Darkness

Master of Darkness

The classic Castlevania series was the envy of Master System owners everywhere for many years, until Master of Darkness was released in 1992. An excellent game that sported great presentation and gameplay, it never came to the U.S. on the console, but import versions are thankfully inexpensive. This is one to own!

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Astérix

Astérix

There were tons of quality Master System games that never came to North America. Among them was perhaps one of the best platformers on the console. Only released in Europe and Brazil, Astérix is everything you’d expect from an awesome Sega title and then some. Find yourself a copy NOW.

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Lemmings (Master System)

Lemmings (Master System)

Psygnosis’ lovable little lemmings march their way onto the Master System! Though it suffers a few changes in the conversion process, the 8-bit version of the computer classic plays in fine form on Sega’s machine. If you want to try a new puzzle game, then this is one you definitely want to add to your Master System library.

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