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Genesis Reviews

Fatal Labyrinth

Fatal Labyrinth is a game you desperately want to like, but it just doesn’t let you. An RPG with over three dozen levels, its random dungeons make each playthrough unique, and the presentation and exploration are very fun. However, Sega’s inexplicable decision to omit a password or save feature nearly ruins the entire experience, and you’re left with a massive quest that has to be done in a single sitting.

Genesis Reviews


He appears in Sonic The Hedgehog, but the little bird known as Flicky predates the Blue Blur by a number of years, having made his debut in arcades in the mid ’80s.It took Sega a while, but it finally got around to porting the game to a console, and while the Genesis version is nearly arcade perfect, there isn’t a whole lot to see.