July 4th 2009 3:12 pm

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frankspin

by frankspin

Forget next gen, I want Sega
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New consoles are nice, and games are getting pretty awesome, but I always think back to Sega and how I wished they could have hung around a bit longer. Sure, they live on as a software company, but I feel the golden age of Sega was something rather magical.
I think it goes without saying how important the Genesis and Master System were, ushering in impressive software franchises like Sonic the Hedgehog. What I loved about Sega though was they always managed to be... Read more →
frankspin

by frankspin

What are the worst games you ever played?
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ET may go down as one of the worst games ever made. If it's not at the top of every worst-of list, it's usually in the top three. It wasn't considered a bad game because of the era it was released, it was just a downright bad game. Critics slammed it for it's controls and called it a repetitive game. The game was so bad it's been long rumored that Atari dumped every remaining game... Read more →
goombakid

by goombakid

Playing imports and backups on the Saturn...
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Unlike its big brother, the Dreamcast, the Saturn could not play patched backup images nor had a backup disc you could run to play backups and imported games. But, like it's rival, the PSOne, the Saturn could be modified to do so. The following website has information on how to play backups and imports on your Saturn: http://www.racketboy.com/guides/play-burned-backup... The site does not mention that there is/was an expasion RAM cart that acted as both a cart to play... Read more →