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Sega Master System/Mark III Reviews

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Below is our current list of reviews and/or retrospectives.  If a game has a retrospective it seemed redundant to do a review.  Please note that as a US site we lean to the US name of the game, although the European and Japanese titles will also be given in each review profile.  On rare occassions (like Ironsword: Wizards & Warriors II) we will put the link in both Ironsword and Wizards & Warriors II for connection to series and ease to find.  If a US title is a single game with a larger European or Japanese series, it will be mentioned within the review.  In cases of card games, casino games, annual sports series and especially poker and mahjong, the titles will not make the list given their extremely niche nature.  All games will have current game value, auction price and console/pricing info if digital versions exist although in some instances (ie: Final Fantasy) we may not include all consoles the game is available on.  Reviews in this section will specifically discuss the version on these specific consoles.

Thinking of picking up a Master System?  Consult our Console Buyer’s Guide!

Think You’ve Got A Rare or Expensive Game?  Check out our Gems Article to Find Out!

Written by Fred Rojas

April 2, 2012 at 10:36 am

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  1. Gotta say only started collecting for the ol Master System like a year ago and its surprised me just how fun and different the games are on the system. I’m lucky enough to own two Mark 2 models of the system which have a game built into them one has Sonic built in the other has Alex Kidd, the only downside to this model is it only takes the cartridge games not the little card things.


    December 12, 2013 at 11:29 am

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