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Champions of Europe

Champions of Europe

With the popularity of soccer in Europe, it’s not surprising that consoles there saw some releases that never made it to North America. Champions of Europe for the Master System is one example, and judging by the gameplay, perhaps it was better left on the other side of the pond. It’s not great, but it has nothing on excellent releases like Sensible Soccer.

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Sylvester & Tweety in Cagey Capers

Sylvester & Tweety in Cagey Capers

Looney Tunes games are multiple on the Genesis, and to their credit, they’ve tried to do more than just be Sonic clones with a cool license. This experimentation often resulted in titles that were a bit off the beaten path and too quirky for some gamers. Sylvester and Tweety’s only Genesis outing went overlooked by many and deserves at least a cursory playthrough.

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Andre Agassi Tennis

Andre Agassi Tennis

The Genesis is host to many quality tennis titles, and fans of the sport should count themselves lucky for this fact when they’re faced with the possibility of having to play a game as bad as this one. Shoddy programming and lackluster presentation are enough to make anyone go McEnroe and smash their controller while yelling “really?” at the television.

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Pink Goes to Hollywood

Pink Goes to Hollywood

With all the classic cartoon characters getting games of their own, it was no surprise that the famous Pink Panther would soon join their ranks. Starring in Pink Goes to Hollywood for both the Genesis and the SNES, the movie icon got the chance to show his platforming chops to the gaming world. Unfortunately, he decided to do it around the same time every one of those other cartoon characters (and a ton of fuzzy mascots) were doing the same. The result was a title that wasn’t bad but did nothing to distinguish itself from the rest of the pack. Is it worth buying anyway?

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