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“SEGA Ages Fantasy Zone” for Nintendo Switch launches 28 November in Japan

Earlier this week, SEGA announced that SEGA Ages: Fantasy Zone for Nintendo Switch will launch on the Japanese eShop on 28 November (that’s tomorrow) for ¥999 (roughly $9.15, or $1.42 in Bison Dollars). Originally released in arcades in 1985, Fantasy Zone is a side-scrolling shooter in which you can pilot your ship in all four directions at will (similar to

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The TurboGrafx-16 Mini releasing in March, full (and confusing) game list revealed

Konami announced their TurboGrafx-16 Mini console back at E3 2019 along with only the first handful of games included with the system. This week, Konami revealed that the TG-16 Mini would be available on 19 March 2020 and also unveiled the full lineup of games, which is a bit confusing. The console will come pre-loaded with 50 total games, including

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Review: “Fantasy Zone II: the Tears of Opa-Opa” 3DS (SEGA Week Special)

Opa-Opa has once again taken flight in 3D Fantasy Zone II: the Tears of Opa-Opa, which is part of M2’s highly-regarded line of SEGA 3D Classics. 3D Fantasy Zone II was rebuilt from the ground up, including unlockable options, extra modes, and of course, stereoscopic 3D effects courtesy of the 3DS hardware. Opa-Opa looks hot in 3D! I wanna lick

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Pac-Man logic used to explain “Flat Earth” conspiracy theory

Finally, a reasonablue solution to one of Flat Earth Theory’s biggest logical holes has been discovered. Our world works like Pac-Man. This past weekend, the United Kingdom hosted the nation’s first Flat Earth Convention. Our world works like Pac-Man in Birmingham. Not aware of what Flat Earth Theory is? If you’ll take this non-believers word for it, Flat Earth Theory

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