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Mary Shelly’s Frankenstein 

Mary Shelly’s Frankenstein

The Sega CD version again forgoes the standard 16-bit platformer for its own unique game. Solve some adventure game challenges as Frankenstein’s monster, and use your fists to solve conflicts with all God’s creatures.

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Beetlejuice 

Beetlejuice

The ghost with the most gets the release with the least in a isometric adventure with some generic NES platform levels.

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Harvest Moon 

Harvest Moon

I’ve never played FarmVille or The Sims, and if you told me I’d be cheerfully watering some SNES crops, I wouldn’t have believed you.

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Doom 64 

Doom 64

(What, are you kidding? Of *course* I’ve had notes for this sitting around until we added an N64 section!) The last of the 2D Doom titles gives us one last good fight.

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Akalabeth: World of Doom 

Akalabeth: World of Doom

Alongside Wizardry, it’s among the first computer RPGs. Delve into first-person dungeons and smite foul creatures in Ultima’s practical prototype.

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Postal 2 

Postal 2

The game where you can taze an innocent passerby until he curls up on the ground, pee on him, pour gasoline on him, light him on fire, then decapitate his burning body with a shovel, and have a dog fetch the head. Why? Because you can.

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