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Sonic the Hedgehog 3

Bigger and better than all those that came before it Sonic 3 heralded larger and more interesting levels that seamlessly joined on to each other,…

Ristar

Ristar is kind of like a cross between Bionic Commando and Sonic the Hedgehog, it contains tons of charm, some of the best graphics for…

Pulseman

Take Sonic, mix with Mega Man and then add loads of new interesting and clever ideas and you pretty much have Pulseman. one of the…

Earthworm Jim

Earthworm Jim was an amazing amalgamation of refined run and gun game play, comedy, tons of charm and generally all around brilliant presentation. A Mega…

Aladdin

Quite possibly the best all-around graphics for the system, Aladdin had not only great detail in it’s graphics but brilliant use of colour and high…

Kid Chameleon

t may have been blatantly inspired by the Mario series but Kid Chameleon manages to have a style and personality of it’s own, gone are…

Flink

One of the more criminally under-appreciated games on the system, Flink contains a fantastic distinctive art style, excellent fluid game play that’s augmented with many…

Sonic the Hedgehog

Sonic’s characteristic zippiness was pressed into frequent service to sell whichever technological wizardry Sega was flaunting this season, but the hedgehog’s lo-fi debut still managed…

Prince of Persia

Personal computers of the late 1980s were incomplete without a translation of Jordan Mechner’s rotoscoped spin on Arabian Nights dungeon-crawling, which pioneered the use in…

The Lion King

Lush animation and exuberant tunes bring big-budget Disney production values to this Master System adaptation of the Mouse’s leonine take on Hamlet. Battletoads convertor Syrex…

Golden Axe Warrior

The populist Master System never had the bandwagon-driving clout of the NES, but Sega was hurting for neither big-name IPs nor ideas about what 8-bit…