Tag Archives: Sega Master System

Ghostbusters, Sega Master System

The 1987 Sega Master System conversion of David Crane‘s classic Ghostbusters is… Okay. It’s actually got a few enhancements over other versions that make it a bit more of a challenge, although it does have its down sides.

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Impossible Mission, Sega Master System

The Sega Master System conversion of Dennis Caswell‘s classic Impossible Mission is pretty damn good.

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Prince of Persia, Sega Master System

The Sega Master System port of Jordan Mechner‘s classic Prince of Persia was published by Domark in 1992. And in truth: it’s a bit hit and miss.

It looks alright, but the main character’s movement isn’t up to scratch, which is sacrilege.

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Aleste, Sega Master System

Japanese developer Compile – who made Aleste – has a history of producing classic shoot ’em ups. This one was released for the Sega Master System in 1988.

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Golden Axe Warrior, Sega Master System

Golden Axe Warrior is an attempt by Sega to replicate the successes of Nintendo‘s The Legend of Zelda, and it kinda works pretty well.

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Alex Kidd in Miracle World, Sega Master System

My personal favourite of the Alex Kidd Sega Master System games – Miracle World was first released in 1986.

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Phantasy Star, Sega Master System

For me: THE stand-out title on the Sega Master System.

Phantasy Star is a solid – if rather basic – level-grinding RPG/adventure, and it went on to spawn a whole series of other games afterwards.

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