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Tengen - For SEGA-CD
Robo Aleste
Game Type | Game Size | Release
Shooter | CD | August 1993
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From the developers of MUSHA on the Genesis comes Robo Aleste, a gorgeous vertical shooter that feels straight out of the arcade. Backgrounds scroll lightning fast from the very start, giving the player a solid idea of how this game will play. You control a mechanized, steam-powered robot in feudal Japan and your mission is to enact revenge on the notorious Kurogane for destroying your home village. Story aside, the gameplay is challenging as all heck, but easily the most fun we've had yet on the Sega CD. Sporting a rockin' soundtrack and voice acted cutscenes, Robo Aleste gets our highest marks.


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Virgin - For SEGA-CD
The Terminator
Game Type | Game Size | Release
Action | CD | June 1993
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"I'll Be Back." No kidding! Terminator by Virgin is a side-scrolling, platforming adventure game set in the apocalyptic world of 1984. You take on the role of Kyle Reese, the ever-determined father of John Connor, on the road to defeating the dreaded Infiltrator-model Terminator. This one's a toughie: Just one life, no extra chances and no continues. Fortunately, Kyle is equipped with suitable weaponry and abilities to take down every threat which comes your way. The heavy-metal music fits the theming perfectly and gosh are we thrilled to enjoy it on a disc instead of a wimpy cartridge. Digitized cut scenes aplenty too!


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Capcom - For SEGA-CD
Final Fight CD
Game Type | Game Size | Release
Brawler | CD | May 1993
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Final Fight CD for Sega's CD add-on console is, and without exaggeration, the best version of the acclaimed fighter you can buy and take home. Play as all three heroes in 2-player action in a title that excellently ports the arcade smash hit. This is a simply a no-brainer purchase if you have a Sega CD. Devs, please keep converting those arcade games to CD - It's what put the Genesis on the map! Keep this up and it'll blow away the SNES-CD even before that gets released.


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JVC - For Sega CD
Wolfchild
Game Type | Game Size | Release
Action | CD | Mar 1993
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Wolfchild was a heck of a great time when it first released on the Sega Genesis last year. Thanks to the additional power of the Sega CD, the wolfman returns with CD-quality sound and cutscenes. Use your Altered Beast-like powers and smash through Dr. Morrow's minions. This one is certainly a buy in our book, we say JVC hit a home run.


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Sony - For SEGA-CD
Make My Video
Game Type | Game Size | Release
Interactive | CD | Oct 1992
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Ever watch MTV and think to yourself, "Hey! I could direct a music video!" ? Sony brings to the Sega CD three titles that allow you to do just that. Coming in INXS, Kriss Kross, and Marky Mark flavors, this software offers hundreds of video clips for you to arrange and distort as you please. Mixing gives us 'Good Vibrations!'


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Sony - For SEGA-CD
Sewer Shark
Game Type | Game Size | Release
Shooter | CD | Dec 1992
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In the not-so-distant future, the Earth has fallen to a tumultuous condition and its sewers have become home to all sorts of dastardly critters. In Sewer Shark, you are introduced to the story with a full-action prologue, and shortly after placed in the cockpit of a shooting machine! The controls are tricky, but the roller-coaster ride is fun!


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SEGA - For SEGA-CD
Sherlock Holmes
Game Type | Game Size | Release
Adventure | CD | Dec 1992
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If you pick up a SEGA CD, you'll be greeted with a pre-packaged disc containing this delightful title from SEGA. Play as Sherlock Holmes as you meticulously track down some clues and solve curious mysteries before you wind up a victim yourself! Full-motion animation graces this neat title, so it feels like a movie! Lookout for the sequel!


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