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MEGA issue 4 was released on December 1992, cover dated January 1993 and cost £1.95. This issue covered the Mega Drive and some Mega CD coverage.

PreviewsEdit

Street Fighter 2 Champion Edition
James Pond 3: Operation Starfish
Powermonger
Micro Machines
Strider 2
PGA Tour Golf 2
Rolo to the Rescue

NewsEdit

FeaturesEdit

Interview: 'So Is Andy Crane really in it for the money?'


ReviewsEdit

Game Title Publisher Format Reviewer Graph- ics Sound Game Play Game Size Add- iction Overall(%)
Streets of Rage II Sega Mega Drive Paul Mellerick
9
9
7
7
9
N/A
Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade US Gold Mega Drive Paul Mellerick
8
7
5
5
6
72
WWF Super Wrestle Mania Flying Edge Mega Drive Neil West
8
7
6
4
6
71
Universal Soldier Ballistic Mega Drive Andy Dyer
7
6
7
8
6
68
Road Rash II Electronic Arts Mega Drive Andy Dyer
8
8
9
8
9
91
Death Duel Razor Soft Mega Drive Paul Mellerick
8
6
4
5
6
61
Steel Talons Tengen Mega Drive Paul Mellerick
6
5
6
7
4
55
Mystical Fighter Dream Works Mega Drive Paul Mellerick
7
6
4
4
5
58
Terminator 2: The Arcade Game Arena Mega Drive Neil West
9
8
6
7
8
82
Shadow of the Beast II Electronic Arts Mega Drive Andy Dyer
8
7
7
9
6
70
Chiki Chiki Boys Sega Mega Drive Paul Mellerick
7
6
4
4
4
44
Black Hole Assault Micronet Mega CD Neil West
2
8
3
3
1
14
Gemfire Koei Mega Drive Amanda Dyson
5
5
7
7
6
59
Risky Woods Electronic Arts Mega Drive Paul Mellerick
8
8
7
5
4
64
Rampart Tengen Mega Drive Neil West
6
7
7
4
8
78
Super H.Q. Taito Mega Drive Paul Mellerick
4
6
4
3
5
44
Note
Streets of Rage II was not given an overall rating because MEGA felt that, due to Sega's, then, stance on accessing games for review, they had not played thesgame for as long as necessary.

CommentsEdit

Streets of Rage II
"The best beat-'em-up on the Mega Drive. Just make sure you use the hard setting with no continues - it's for your own good."

Road Rash II
"At a push, I'd say that this is worth getting even if you have the original. If you don't already have Road Rash, then this is a must. Love it."

Terminator 2: The Arcade Game
"A great conversion of the coin-op, and an excellent example of the Operation Wolf genre."

Top 100 "Past Master" mini reviewsEdit

Game Title Publisher Format Overall(%)
Desert Strike Electronic Arts Mega Drive
84
Kid Chameleon Sega Mega Drive
81
Klax Tengen Mega Drive
72


Rip ‘n’ TipEdit

External linksEdit

MEGA Index
Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
1992 MEGA01-Oct1992
1
Mega02-001
2
Mega03-001
3
1993 Mega04-001
4
Mega05-001
5
Mega Issue 6
6
Mega07-001
7
Mega08-001
8
Mega09-001
9
Mega10-001
10
Mega Issue 11
11
Mega Issue 12
12
Mega Issue 13
13
Mega Issue 14
14
Mega15-001
15
1994 Mega16-001
16
Mega17-001
17
Mega18-001
18
Mega19-001
19
Mega20-001
20
Mega21-001
22
Mega22-001
22
Mega23-001
23
Mega Issue 24
24
Mega Issue 25
25
Mega Issue 26
26
Mega Issue 27
27
1995 Mega28-01
28
Mega29-01
29
Mega30-01
30
Mega Issue 31
31
Mega Issue 32
32
cover missing
33
Mega Issue 34
34
Mega Issue 35
35
Mega Issue 36
36
Mega Issue 37
37

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