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RPG, July 9, 2016
Might and Magic: Gates to Another World is an RPG which was ported to the Sega Mega Drive. It was originally titled Might and Magic II: Gates to Another World.
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RPG, July 15, 2016
Addams Family Values is a sequel to The Addams Family. It was released for the Sega Mega Drive in 1995 exclusively in Europe (though plans were made to bring it to the US). Addams Family Values is an action RPG, unlike its predecessor which is a platformer.
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Action, RPG, July 9, 2016
Arcus Odyssey is a 1991 role-playing action game by Wolf Team and released in the US and Japan for the Sega Mega Drive and in Japan for the X68000 and Super Famicom. It is the only game in Wolf Team's Arcus series of RPGs to receive an international release and the first entry to see release on a Sega system (a compilation of the first three games, which were only released on Japanese computers, was released on the Sega CD in Japan in 1993).

The sorceress Castomira set out to destroy the world, and has managed to defeat all but one of the warriors who have attempted to stop her. That lone soul was Princess Leaty, who engaged in a fierce, destructive magical duel with Castomira that lasted for days, ending with Leaty sealing Castomira in the Dark World using a sword which came to be known as The Power of Leaty. Centuries later, Castomira's followers have stolen The Power of Leaty and plan to return Castomira for the ultimate destruction.

You play as one or two of four warriors who aim to stop Castomira's followers: Jedda, a swordsman, Erin, a female warrior, Diane, an archer, and Bead, a wizard. Pressing C uses your attack and holding C draws your shield in the direction you are facing. A brings up an inventory screen you can use to equip different attacks and power crystals, which make the B button perform a certain spell.
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RPG, July 9, 2016
Bahamut Senki is a tactical role-playing game developed by Sega for the Sega Mega Drive in 1991. It was only released in Japan.

The game offers a unique soundtrack for each of the many playable "races" in the game, and has various levels of gameplay that ranged from arcade Archon-style creature-on-creature combat to strategy similar to Koei's strategy games like Gemfire and Nobunaga's Ambition. Two-player games are also an option, given the variety that the game offered with the occasional arcade action battle to break up the quiet strategy and planning.
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RPG, July 9, 2016
Barver Battle Saga: The Space Fighter is a Chinese RPG released only in China. Translated name is Brave Battle Saga: The Space Fighter. This is a real gem of an RPG. The graphics for a Sega Megadrive/Genesis game are VERY good and the controls are good as well. Story so far as I can tell is a good one, so, you shouldn't be bored at all! This mod makes it easy if you just want to play through the story without too much hassle.

What has been changed:
  • Main character starts out with 999 HP/MP
  • Main character starts out with 5,000 of the rest of his stats along with being level 99
  • Start the game out with over 9,000,000 Gold
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RPG, July 9, 2016
Barver Battle Saga: Tai Kong Zhan Shi – Mo Fa Zhan Shi is a 1996 RPG by Chuanpu for the Sega Mega Drive. The game was released in Taiwan and Russia with titles that make it seem connected to Square Enix's franchise Final Fantasy, which has never been released on a Sega system.

Hit B to open a status menu with various options for controlling equipment and magic spells, checking status, saving, etc.

In towns and houses, A talks to people.

Battles are menu-driven and turn based, making use of an Active Time Battle (ATB) gauge. Other games for the Sega Mega Drive that make use of the ATB gauge are Surging Aura and Tun Shi Tian Di III.

Enemies are visible on the map. Players have to touch an enemy to enter a battle.
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RPG, July 9, 2016
Blue Almanac is a 1991 RPG for the Sega Mega Drive by HOT-B published by Kodansha Research Institute for some reason. While it was only released in Japan, Kodansha was planning on translating the game as Star Odyssey, but the translation was cancelled for unknown reasons.

Two prototypes were independently discovered by drx and by Brandon Cobb, head of Super Fighter Team, who subsequently acquired a license to complete the translation from HOT-B successor company Starfish (who like to revisit old properties), with intentions on releasing it on the twentieth anniversary of the original release. Despite his PR claiming that he received an "unofficial license" from Sega to distribute the game, Sega really asked him to remove their copyrights and trademarks, consequently making the translation fully unlicensed (while Blue Almanac is fully licensed).
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RPG, July 9, 2016
Barver Battle Saga: Tai Kong Zhan Shi – Mo Fa Zhan Shi is a 1996 RPG by Chuanpu for the Sega Mega Drive. The game was released in Taiwan and Russia with titles that make it seem connected to Square Enix's franchise Final Fantasy, which has never been released on a Sega system.

In 2010 the game was fan translated to English by djinn and SteveMartin. The patch changed the title to Brave Battle Saga: Legend of the Magic Warrior, what makes this version the only one to drop the connection with Final Fantasy in the title. Nevertheless, thematic elements from the Final Fantasy series are still present, since the gameplay remains unchanged. This translation, unlike the Russian one, did not receive a physical release.
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RPG, July 9, 2016
Buck Rogers: Countdown to Doomsday is a role-playing video game released by Strategic Simulations, Inc. in 1990, set in the Buck Rogers XXVC game setting.

Versions of the game were sold for the IBM PC Compatible, Sega Genesis, Commodore 64, and the Amiga. Matrix Cubed is a sequel to Countdown to Doomsday; it came out in 1992.
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RPG, July 9, 2016
Crusader of Centy in the US, Soleil in Europe, Shin Souseiki Ragnacenty in Japan, and Ragnacenty in Korea, is an adventure game developed by Nextech under contract from Sega in 1994 for the Sega Mega Drive. The game was translated to Korean (released 1995), English, French, German, and Spanish. The North American release was localized and published by Atlus. The game's music was composed by Motokazu Shinoda, a professional Japanese concert pianist and composer (sound programmer Noriyuki Iwadare is often miscredited as co-composer)

Soleil is a village in a large continent overrun by monsters, and the crusaders of Soleil are sent out by the King to save the humans. While on your own quest, you save an old lady who tells you to talk to a fortuneteller west of Soleil, who exchanges your ability to talk to humans with the ability to talk to animals (for the first half of the game, that is). Now, you must rely on your sword and the aid of a group of animals to rid the world of monsters — though along the way, you'll come to realize monsters aren't as evil as the humans make them out to be.
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RPG, July 30, 2016
Crusader of Centy in the US, Soleil in Europe, Shin Souseiki Ragnacenty (新創世紀ラグナセンティ) in Japan, and Ragnacenty in Korea, is an adventure game developed by Nextech under contract from Sega in 1994 for the Sega Mega Drive. The game was translated to Korean (released 1995), English, French, German, and Spanish. The North American release was localized and published by Atlus.

The game's music was composed by Motokazu Shinoda, a professional Japanese concert pianist and composer (sound programmer Noriyuki Iwadare is often miscredited as co-composer).↑ File:EGM US 065.pdf, page 316
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RPG, July 13, 2016
Crusader of Centy in the US, Soleil in Europe, Shin Souseiki Ragnacenty (新創世紀ラグナセンティ) in Japan, and Ragnacenty in Korea, is an adventure game developed by Nextech under contract from Sega in 1994 for the Sega Mega Drive. The game was translated to Korean (released 1995), English, French, German, and Spanish. The North American release was localized and published by Atlus.
The game's music was composed by Motokazu Shinoda, a professional Japanese concert pianist and composer (sound programmer Noriyuki Iwadare is often miscredited as co-composer).
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RPG, July 9, 2016
Crusader of Centy in the US, Soleil in Europe, Shin Souseiki Ragnacenty (新創世紀ラグナセンティ) in Japan, and Ragnacenty in Korea, is an adventure game developed by Nextech under contract from Sega in 1994 for the Sega Mega Drive. The game was translated to Korean (released 1995), English, French, German, and Spanish. The North American release was localized and published by Atlus.
The game's music was composed by Motokazu Shinoda, a professional Japanese concert pianist and composer (sound programmer Noriyuki Iwadare is often miscredited as co-composer).
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RPG, Simulation, July 22, 2016


Daikoukai Jidai II (大航海時代II) is the sequel to Koei's simulation game Daikoukai Jidai, both a part of their Rékoeition Series. It was first released in 1993 on various Japanese computers before being ported to a variety of other systems, including to the Sega Mega Drive (1994; US/JP) and Sega Saturn (1997; JP). Western releases called the game New Horizons.
For whatever reason the Japanese Saturn release was given "Rékoeition" as the genre.
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RPG, July 9, 2016
Dragon Slayer: Eiyuu Densetsu II is the sequel to Dragon Slayer: Eiyuu Densetsu within the eponymous subseries (whether or not it is also part of the main Dragon Slayer series is unknown) released by Falcom in 1992 for the PC-88. As with Eiyuu Densetsu, it was ported to a number of systems, including to the Sega Mega Drive in 1995 by Sega Falcom exclusively in Japan.

The Dragon Slayer series would continue with Lord Monarch, which also saw an entry on the Mega Drive. However, with the next The Legend of Heroes game, Eiyuu Densetsu III: Shiroki Majou, Falcom decided to break the series away from Dragon Slayer. This third game was ported to the Sega Saturn in 1998.
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