Pixels, Polygons, and Pie

I remember when Sol Deace was being hyped up as a reason to get a Sega CD.  The music seemed nice, but high school me couldn’t overlook the gargantuan price tag on the Genesis peripheral at the time, so I had to content myself with the cartridge version of the game.  In any case, it’s a pretty decent shoot ‘em up by Wolf Team.

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    Sol Deace,Wolf Team - Sega CD.1992
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    whoever was telling you that must have hated you. although there are a bunch of great games on the mega cd (more than...
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    Sol Deace (Wolf Team - Sega CD - 1992)
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