Ugly artwork and lame gameplay. Certainly not worth the effort of muddling through Japanese, and it's a safe bet it'll never be translated.
Eeek! This is frighteningly bad. Sluggish control, awful graphics, music that cuts out whenever certain voice samples play, and worse. Avoid at all costs.
This appears to be an unauthorized third-party game (in fact it seems downright illicit) and the quality level is what you'd expect. Lame graphics, awful audio, and hideous gameplay.
A collection of twenty mini-games supporting up to four players. None of them seem to be much fun, though, and the graphics and grainy voice samples don't have much appeal, either.
A decent platformer, colorful and cute, but man, is that main character wierd. Not an audiovisual marvel and it's probably only worth a brief play.
Is this crap really by Sega? This is loosely based on the Ninja Gaiden arcade game, but is nowhere near as good. The character art and animation are awful, the backgrounds look flat, and the moves are weak.
I'm hardly a pro wrestling game expert, but this game just does not seem high-quality. The graphics, audio, and animation are all horrible, even if you can get the hang of the gameplay (which I couldn't really).
Rockman Mega World
This might have been better named Mega Man All-Stars. It combines graphically enhanced versions of Mega Man 1, 2, and 3 into one cart. The music remixes aren't quite as inspiring as the originals and there have been very minor changes to gameplay, but overall this is just as good as owning the originals.
A semi-cute Commando-style game. There are three weapons you can select between at will, with three levels of power for each. The scenery is pretty nice, animation is only average, audio is standard Genesis fare. Decent but not outstanding. Pocky and Rocky fans might consider it.
Yuyu Hakusho Gaiden
Another Yuyu Hakusho game that defies categorization. This game is one big anime-style cinema. You move around the city by selecting destinations from a menu, and every once in a while you encounter an enemy. A strange fight scene ensues, with the player in the foreground attacking the enemy in the background. It doesn't really work. At least the game is pretty to look at, with bright colors and marvelous character art.
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