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User Info: DeltaBladeX

4 weeks ago#81
90sRetroGaming posted...
One of the main reasons I was dissatisfied with the Steam version of the game.

Eh, it has the Workshop for that now, just download mod versions of Blue Sphere and Knuckles in Sonic the Hedgehog 2.

Even if it takes a while to find those in the mess of illegal ROMs people keep putting up. :P
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User Info: Ace-of-Clubs

4 weeks ago#82
Layton_Kyouju posted...
Ace-of-Clubs posted...
metaphysician posted...
Honestly, the game which makes me go "???" is Alex Kidd in the Enchanted Castle. I've not played it, granted, but from my reading about the series, I thought it was generally labeled the worst in the franchise and also the one that killed the franchise. Seems kind of a wasted entry, if its not very good and its historical importance is "the game nobody liked and caused Sega to look for a new mascot".

Nope, Alex Kidd in High-Tech World is the worst in the series by a humongous margin.

Alex Kidd had 6 games. Of those, one is great (but piss easy and 20 min long), one is OK, one is mediocre and the rest is bad.
And one of the bad ones, High Tech World, wasn’t even a real Alex Kidd game.
Enchanted Castle didn’t kill it. It was just always an iffy series.

As a kid, I always assumed that Opa-Opa was SEGA's mascot before Sonic. That's probably because he should have been, the Fantasy Zone games were consistently better than the Alex Kidd games.
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