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Sport, July 9, 2016
2020 Super Baseball is a 1991 Neo-Geo arcade baseball game with a futuristic setting by SNK and Pallas. Electronic Arts ported it to the Sega Mega Drive in 1993, calling it Super Baseball 2020 in the US and Europe and 2020 Nen Super Baseball in Japan.

When batting, A and C swing and the D-pad moves around. When pitching, C pitches and the D-pad moves around. When the ball is in the air and the other team is up to bat, you can control the movements of the other players on your team once the ball has been hit with the D-pad.
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Sport, July 9, 2016
ATP Tour Championship Tennis, called just ATP Tour in Europe, is a 1994 tennis game for the Sega Mega Drive by Sega.
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Sport, July 9, 2016
AWS Pro Moves Soccer is a 1993 soccer game by ASCII released exclusively in the United States on the Sega Mega Drive.
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Sport, July 9, 2016
American Gladiators is a video game made in 1991 by for the Amiga, Sega Mega Drive/Genesis, Super NES and Nintendo Entertainment System. It is based on the popular TV game show, American Gladiators.
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Sport, July 9, 2016
Andre Agassi Tennis is a tennis video game released in 1992, starring tennis legend Andre Agassi. The game was released for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System, Sega Genesis, Sega Master System and Game Gear. It enjoyed a much belated release for mobile phones.

The player can play in either career mode, exhibition mode, or practice mode where the player can learn to hit and receive tennis balls in a proper manner in order to assure victory on the tennis court.

During the career mode, the player travels to tennis courts around the world and compete in tournaments where victory allows to play to win money. After mastering all the tournaments, the player actually plays against Mr. Andre Agassi in a final grudge match in order to determine who is the best tennis player in the world. All the other players are generic except for him.
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Sport, July 9, 2016
The Aquatic Games Starring James Pond and The Aquabats is a spin-off of Millennium Interactive's James Pond franchise. It was released, among other systems, for the Sega Mega Drive in 1992. During development it was known as Aquabatics.
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Sport, July 9, 2016
Arch Rivals, labeled as Arch Rivals: The Arcade Game on the packaging, is an arcade basketball game which was ported to the Sega Mega Drive and Sega Game Gear. The Mega Drive version says on the copyright screen "For use on Sega Genesis/Megadrive and Master System", which sounds like a Master System port may have been developed. Unlike other basketball games there are no fouls, so it is possible to punch opponents in the face.
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Ozaki Naomichi no Super Masters (尾崎直道のスーパーマスターズ) is a 1989 golf game by Sega for the Sega Mega Drive and a sequel to Jumbo Ozaki Super Masters. When brought overseas, it was renamed Arnold Palmer Tournament Golf.
The game was ported to the Amiga and Atari ST by Elite Systems as Tournament Golf.
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Sport, July 9, 2016
Ozaki Naomichi no Super Masters is a 1989 golf game by Sega for the Sega Mega Drive and a sequel to Jumbo Ozaki Super Masters. When brought overseas, it was renamed Arnold Palmer Tournament Golf.

The game is a typical 3D golf game. Use the D-pad to first select your club, then to aim your shot using the map on the left side of the screen. Hit A to initiate the swing. A meter with a blue bar and a green bar will appear on the top right corner of the screen. Hit A when the meter hits the desired point on the blue bar to determine the strength of the shot, then hit A again when the meter hits the desired point on the green bar to determine the height of the shot. Should you go too high over par on any hole, the entire game ends and you must start again at the beginning.

The game was ported to the Amiga and Atari ST by Elite Systems as Tournament Golf.
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Sport, July 9, 2016
Australian Rugby League is a 1995 rugby league video game developed by I-Space Interactive and published by EA's EA Sports label for the Sega Mega Drive only in European and Australian markets. It is based on Rugby World Cup '95 by Creative Assembly, but using the rugby league rules instead of rugby union.

In addition to the league that names the game, the Australian Rugby League, the game also includes the State of Origin, Super League (eleven English teams plus one French) and international mode. While the ARL has all correct team names, player names are fictitious.
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Sport, July 9, 2016
Ball Jacks is a 1993 game for the Sega Mega Drive by Namco released exclusively in Japan and Europe. The game is a "sports game" with a unique sport involving grabbing balls from a conveyor belt on end end of the screen and dropping them into another. Whether or not this is a renamed port of another game is presently unknown.
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Action, Sport, July 9, 2016
Barbie Vacation Adventure is an unreleased action/sports video game for the Sega Mega Drive based on the Barbie toy license.
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Sport, July 9, 2016
Barkley Shut Up and Jam 2 is the sequel to Accolade's 2-on-2 basketball game Barkley Shut Up and Jam!, released exclusively in the US exclusively on the Sega Mega Drive in 1995, while the prequel was a multiplatform title. The sequel further improves on the "urban" look of the game. It was criticized for it's AI.
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Sport, July 9, 2016
Barkley Shut Up and Jam!, known in Japan as Barkley's Power Dunk, is a 1993 basketball video game developed by Accolade for the Sega Genesis and Super Nintendo Entertainment System. A version for the Atari Jaguar was developed, but never released. The Genesis version was released in North America in 1993 and in Europe in April 1994, while the SNES version was released in Japan on September 30, 1994, in North America in June 1994, and in Europe in December 1994.
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Sport, Fishing, July 9, 2016
Bass Masters Classic is a fishing game developed by Natsume (Game Boy Color version), and Black Pearl Software (Sega Genesis and SNES versions). The game was published by THQ (Game Boy Color version), Black Pearl Software (Genesis Version), and Malibu Interactive (SNES version).

The game was also published on the SNES in Japan by Altron Corporation.

In Bass Masters Classic the player competes in multiple tournaments, consisting of three days each. The goal of the tournament is to catch a bigger bass than the rest of the competition.
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