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Quite simply the most addictive game of the year. A steal at the price and a genuine classic.
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A masterpiece in Megadrive programming. Tough in all the right places, packed with levels, and soaked in imagination and innovation.
Red Zone (Time Warner) (Sega Mega Drive (EU Version))
Could be the best game you bought all year - if you can handle it. It's possible to play the same mission 30 times, and fail on each attempt - and still want to try again.
Sonic And Knuckles (Sega) (Sega Mega Drive (EU Version))
Sonic has still got it, but for the first time he looks like he might not be keeping up. Against a rising time of quality, Sonic And Knuckles is frankly treading water.
Dynamite Headdy (Sega) (Sega Mega Drive (EU Version))
Very innovative... Every level is a fresh experience, a cultivated piece of gameplay... It's so beautifully crafted, it will remain a classic for a long time to come.
Sparkster: Rocketknight Adventures 2 (Konami) (Sega Mega Drive (EU Version))
As good as anything we're seeing at the moment, Sparkster shows Konami up as the master craftsmen they are.
Urban Strike (Electronic Arts) (Sega Mega Drive (EU Version))
A solid sequel which could have been better in places but which should keep Strike and shoot-'em-up fans more than happy.
Micro Machines 2 (Codemasters) (Sega Mega Drive (EU Version))
This game exceeded all our expectations, and they were high! This will be the game you are playing most for many months to come.
Flink (Psygnosis) (Sega Mega Drive (EU Version))
A platformer distinctly lacking in surprises and pace, made palatable by the novel and meticulous design.
The Lawnmower Man (Time Warner) (Sega Mega Drive (EU Version))
An above average title made from weak material. Not the greatest moment in the history of the Megadrive, but not the worst either.
Soul Star (Core Design) (Sega CD (US Version))
A damn fine piece of programming both visually and musically, but sorely missing the elusive sparkle of a Mega Game.
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Just as fab as the Megadrive version, but the two player option is awkward.
S. S. Lucifer (Codemasters) (Sega Game Gear (EU Version))
A huge addictive puzzler all packed into a handheld. Great stuff!
Mortal Kombat II (Acclaim) (Sega Master System (EU Version))
Looks ambitious and impressive, but play is hideously slow and pedestrian. Still a great laugh though.
Tiny Toon: Acme All-Stars (Sega) (Sega Mega Drive (EU Version))
A cutesy lark in the park, ideally suited to younger players, but lacking sophistication.
Megarace (Mindscape) (Sega CD (US Version))
All presentation and backdrops with no attention to the essential gameplay factor.
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