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Splatterhouse 2 

Splatterhouse 2

Rick dons the Terror Mask and brawls through a new castle in the Genesis-exclusive sequel/remake.

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Robocop vs Terminator 

Robocop vs Terminator

Compared to the SNES, the Genesis version is more focused on violent action and looking great. It does both of these expertly.

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Lethal Enforcers

Lethal Enforcers is such an obvious spawn of 70’s – 80’s’s crime drama cinema that I remember standing in the arcade, looking at the cabinet for the first time, and announcing “It’s about fuckin’ time!” The first scene in the game is the robbery of a bank that looks exactly like the one from Heat […]

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Michael Jackson’s Moonwalker

Poor Michael Jackson has had a rough string of luck lately. He’s gone from being the undisputed King of Pop, to some kind of universally feared, whacked-out man-child. The allegations of child molestation against him stand to be the next “Trial of the Century,” and everyone – absolutely everyone – is out to make a […]

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Haunting: Starring Polterguy 

Haunting: Starring Polterguy

“Beetlejuice! Beetlejuice! …uhh Genesis!” And upon the utterance of these fateful words, deep in Electronic Arts’ software development labs, the afterlife belched forth this game. Almost a twisted version of The Sims, and one of the more original games made in the 16-bit era, Haunting casts you as a dead rocker’s ghost, and tasks you […]

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Mortal Kombat

It’s the version with the blood.

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