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  1. RoadBlasters is an action racing game developed by Atari and published by Tengen for the Genesis/Mega Drive. Released: (NA) 1991 (JP) February 28, 1992 Pit Fighter is a fighting game developed by Atari and published by Tengen for the Genesis/Mega Drive. Released: (NA) 1991 (JP) March 27, 1992
  2. kitsunebi

    Shining Force (Japan)

    Shining Force is a tactical RPG for the Mega Drive/Genesis developed by Climax Entertainment and published by Sega. Released: (JP) March 21, 1992 (NA) July 1993
  3. Stormlord is a side-scrolling action platformer Developed by Razorsoft for the Genesis/Mega Drive Released: (NA) 1990 (JP) March 27, 1992 Slime World is a platform game for the Mega Drive developed by Epyx. It was released in the US as Todd's Adventures in Slime World. Released: (JP) April 30, 1992 The Kick Boxing is a fighting game for the PC Engine CD Released: July 31, 1992 The Davis Cup Tennis is a tennis game for the PC Engine CD Released: April 1, 1992
  4. Ambition of Caesar II is a real-time strategy game similar to Populous, in which the player controls the Roman Army. It was developed and published by Micronet for the Mega Drive and released for the Genesis in the US as Warrior of Rome II Released: (JP) May 28, 1992 (NA) 1992
  5. Ambition of Caesar II is a real-time strategy game similar to Populous, in which the player controls the Roman Army. It was developed and published by Micronet for the Mega Drive and released for the Genesis in the US as Warrior of Rome II Released: (JP) May 28, 1992 (NA) 1992
  6. Sorcer Kingdom is a tactical RPG developed by Technical Wave and published in Japan by Masaya for the Mega Drive. It was released in the US as Sorcerer's Kingdom. Released: (JP) February 7, 1992 (NA) June 1993
  7. kitsunebi

    Double Dragon II (Japan)

    Double Dragon II for the Mega Drive/Genesis was a Japanese-exclusive release Released: December 20, 1991
  8. Stormlord is a side-scrolling action platformer Developed by Razorsoft for the Genesis/Mega Drive Released: (NA) 1990 (JP) March 27, 1992 The Kick Boxing is a fighting game for the PC Engine CD Released: July 31, 1992 The Davis Cup Tennis is a tennis game for the PC Engine CD Released: April 1, 1992
  9. Same! Same! Same! (Shark! Shark! Shark!), a top-down vertical shooter for the Mega Drive, was released as Fire Shark for the Genesis in the US. Released: (JP) November 2, 1990 (NA) 1990
  10. kitsunebi

    Mortal Kombat (Brazil)

    NA release: September 1993 (not sure when it was released in Brazil - this ad is from 1994)
  11. kitsunebi

    Marvel Land

    NA release: 1991
  12. kitsunebi

    Joe Montana Football

    NA release: January 1991
  13. kitsunebi

    Gain Ground

    NA release: January 1991
  14. Hello, I'm new here and I'm searching for E3 coverages from 1995 like this one that covers the Genesis games of that time. The purpose: I'm searching for background informations concerning Garfield: Caught in the Act and the Lost Levels that were only available through SEGA Channel. I just found some interesting reviews on a german platform called Ninretro. One review displays a screenshot that is no longer in the game (viking level) and the other one features a screenshot from a "train level" (Catsablanca style). This was really helpful for me! So that's why I wanted to search for E3 1995 specials that might include more informations about the game itself. On mobygames I saw the following conclusion to the game: Does anyone knows in which EGM the game was tested? Are there more Garfield: Caught in the Act reviews available on retromags? I'm happy for every piece of information that I can get. I already checked some sites (idisk.mac.com, lostlevels.org), but I hope to find more in old printing mags like EGA, Sega Visions or GamePro. Thanks a lot for your help. :-)
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