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Cascade

Cascade

Super Fighter Team’s first puzzler on the Genesis may not have the single-player legs that other classics like Columns and Mean Bean Machine do, but it’s still a enjoyable game to play, especially with a friend. Short but engaging, it’s a decent addition to your Genesis library if you’re looking for some simple fun.

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Magic Girl Featuring Ling Ling the Little Witch

Magic Girl Featuring Ling Ling the Little Witch

Gametec’s Magic Girl gets a second chance on the Genesis, thanks to Super Fighter Team. Translated and bug-fixed, the game is now of the level of quality one would expect from a commercial release. It may be a bit short, but there’s enough action and fun in this cute-’em-up to make it a worthy addition to any Genesis fan’s game library.

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Teasers: New Super Fighter Team Releases!

Teasers: New Super Fighter Team Releases!

Super Fighter Team is returning to the Genesis in 2015 with two more localizations! Gamtec’s Taiwan-only vertical shooter Magic Girl and the unreleased Epyx puzzle game Cascade. With bug fixes, English translations and the full physical release treatment, these are two more potential additions to your Genesis library.

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Star Odyssey

Star Odyssey

Super Fighter Team returns with its third new release for the Genesis! Originally slated for publishing by Sage’s Creation in 1991, Star Odyssey disappeared for two decades. Its release marks the first Japanese Genesis game to be licensed for a modern release, so read on and see if it was worth the wait!

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Preview: Star Odyssey

Preview: Star Odyssey

Almost twenty years ago, the now-defunct Genesis publisher Sage’s Creation announced the localization of a highly anticipated Japanese Genesis RPG. Blue Almanac was slated to arrive in America as the re-christined Star Odyssey, but the company left the industry before the game was released. For two decades, it languished in obscurity, until it was recently rescued by Super Fighter Team. The translation has been cleaned up, game-crashing bugs have been fixed, and now Star Odyssey is finally leaving Japan! We have a full preview of this historic game, which marks the first licensed Japanese title to be released outside of that country in more than fifteen years. Read the article and discover an adventure that is finally making its way westward!

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