MEGA issue 10 was released on June 1993, cover dated July 1993 and cost £2.25. This issue covered the Mega Drive and some Mega CD coverage.
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|Game Title||Publisher||Format||Reviewer||Graph- ics||Sound||Game Play||Game Size||Add- iction||Overall(%)|
|Bram Stoker's Dracula||Sony Imagesoft||Mega CD||Paul Mellerick|| || || || || || |
|David Crane's Amazing Tennis||Absolute||Mega Drive||Amanda Dyson|| || || || || || |
|King Salmon||Vic Tokai||Mega Drive||Andy Dyer|| || || || || || |
|J League Pro Striker '93||Sega||Mega Drive||Paul Mellerick|| || || || || || |
|Mazin Saga||Sega||Mega Drive||Paul Mellerick|| || || || || || |
|The Adventures of Willy Beamish||Sony Imagesoft||Mega CD||Amanda Dyson|| || || || || || |
|Captain Planet and the Planeteers||Sega||Mega Drive||Neil West|| || || || || || |
|Ranger X||Sega||Mega Drive||Andy Dyer|| || || || || || |
|Double Clutch||Sega||Mega Drive||Andy Dyer|| || || || || || |
|Splatterhouse 3||Namco||Mega Drive||Paul Mellerick|| || || || || || |
|Ball Jacks||Sega||Mega Drive||Andy Dyer|| || || || || || |
|Warpspeed||Accolade||Mega Drive||Paul Mellerick|| || || || || || |
|Tecmo Cup Football Game||Sega||Mega Drive||Neil West|| || || || || || |
|Jack Nicklaus Power Challenge Golf||Accolade||Mega Drive||Paul Mellerick|| || || || || || |
|King of the Monsters||Sega||Mega Drive||Andy Dyer|| || || || || || |
Bram Stoker's Dracula
"A dire beat-'em-up. It doesn't matter whether this is the licence of the year or not. It's a Mega CD game and it's rubbish."
David Crane's Amazing Tennis
A decent enough tennis game, but you get the feeling that something more could have been done with it
Um, er… yes, I like this, I think, just a bit… or do I? Um, erm, yes, it's definitely, er, OK!
J League Pro Striker '93
A decent enough footy game and definitely worth a good look, but don't expect anything really mind-blowing
A good game, but still not great enough to be promoted to the premier league of beat-'em-ups
The Adventures of Willy Beamish
Not quite as interactive as you might think - it's pretty to watch but desperately sad to play
Captain Planet and the Planeteers
Quite fun, but not really worth forking out 40 quid's worth of your hard-earned cash on
This game is more imaginative than Paul's lurve anecdotes. It is a right royal hoot for blast fans who enjoy using their heads as well as their trigger fingers
Is Double Clutch crap? Does Dolly Parton sleep on her back?
A fun time to be had by all, but for two days tops
Criminal. I'm a bit wound up about this, this… crap. I'm going home before I hit someone
A nice game, but just too tedious and samey to be of any real interest
Tecmo Cup Football Game
It must be one of the most bizarre concepts to hit the Mega Drive, but it's a right little cracker
Jack Nicklaus Power Challenge Golf
A lovely little golf game, but just not as good as those PGA thingies King of the Monsters
I can't give it nothing, because you do actually get a cart and a bit of a game. But this really is unforgivably bad. If you ever buy a game this awful, write you your MP
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