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This game's rather like a Ming vase - beautiful to look at, but empty, too easily cracked and not worth the money.
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A tactician's delight, World Cup '94 is the Cameroon of footy games: it tries hard but ultimately can't cut the mustard.
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A welcome and very close conversion of the C64 classic. This is the best blaster available for the 'Gear.
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Yet another dull platformer with crap beat-'em-up bits thrown in for good measure... In this day and age, unforgiveable.
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The perfect beat-'em-up licence is wasted in a game which is just like a Bruce Lee film: impressive to look at but no real contact.
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Simplistic but playable stuff. By no means a classic, but one of the most original Game Gear platformers for quite a while.
Star Trek: The Next Generation (Spectrum Holobyte) (Sega Genesis)
Full marks in the ingenuity stakes, and not a bad little effort for the role-playing minded amongst us.
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The Mega-CD surprises with a technically impressive showpiece.
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Still the most instantly playable football game... Also reveals itself to have surprising long term appeal.
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Just as stunning on the Master System as it was on the Megadrive. A sweet song of the sea.
Championship Pool (Mindscape) (Sega Genesis)
There's nothing spectacular about this conversion at all. The options extend game life, but it isn't an attention holder.
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