Alisia Dragoon Cheats For Genesis

Alisia Dragoon Cheats For Genesis

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Alisia Dragoon Sega Genesis Review – SHOULD You Play IT?

Alisia Dragoon is an excellent platformer with RPG elements on the Sega Genesis. It is one of the best hidden gems that you’ll find on the Sega MegaDrive and is worthy of a let’s play. You can also find a copy of Alisia Dragoon on the Sega Genesis Mini.

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Developed and published by Game Arts, the same company who was responsible for Lunar and Grandia.

The platforming sections of the game are very reminiscent of Actraiser or Valis games on the Super Nintendo.

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Story Breakdown: Alisia Dragoon (Genesis) – Defunct Games

When you think about fantasy on the Sega Genesis, chances are you picture Golden Axe, Shining Force or maybe even Sword of Vermillion. But there’s one fantasy game that doesn’t get enough attention, and that’s Alisia Dragoon by Game Arts. This is a short fantasy action game about a woman and her fleet of dragons, and I’m here to tell you that it has a great conclusion. Turn back now if you don’t want to know what happens next, because today we’re going to spoil the story and ending for Alisia Dragoon on the Genesis. This is Game Over: The Early Years.

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Classic Game Room – ALISIA DRAGOON review for Sega Genesis

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Classic Game Room reviews ALISIA DRAGOON for Sega Genesis from Game Arts and Gainax, a fabulous fantasy adventure that plays like Thexder meets Golden Axe!!

1990s Critics Review Earthworm Jim, Alisia Dragoon & Beyond Oasis (Nintendo Switch Online)

If there’s one thing I know from covering the Nintendo Switch Online Expansion Pack, it’s that you should always expect the unexpected. This week was a good example of that. Mere days after announcing ten upcoming Nintendo 64 games, they turn around and give us … three completely unexpected Genesis games? That’s right, Nintendo just added Alisia Dragoon, Beyond Oasis and the run ‘n gun classic, Earthworm Jim. That’s great news, but are any of these games actually worth playing in 2022? To answer that question, I decided to flip through the pages of Electronic Gaming Monthly, Mean Machines Sega, Die Hard Game Fan and more classic magazines to see what the critics said back when these games were first released. Get your swords and bubble guns ready, because this is another action-packed episode of the Nintendo Switch Online Review Crew.

0:00 – Introduction
1:06 – Alisia Dragoon (Genesis)
3:46 – Beyond Oasis (Genesis)
6:48 – Commercial: Earthworm Jim
7:22 – Earthworm Jim (Genesis)\
10:28 – Question of the Day

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