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The newest Sega CD content available on the site is listed on this page. You can search the game database alphabetically to find additional screenshots, guides and reviews, or feel free to check content for additional systems.

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Most Recent Sega CD Game Reviews
Lunar: The Silver Star (Sega CD)

Lunar: The Silver Star review (Sega CD)

Reviewed October 07, 2016

overdrive says: "A classic RPG that's still pretty good after over two decades."
Kids On Site (Sega CD) artwork

Kids On Site review (Sega CD)

Reviewed July 14, 2015

maboroshi says: "Digital Pictures produced a lot of not very good games, here is an FMV game that it seems has not gotten a lot of scrutiny. Is it a hidden gem? or is it more of the same? please read on to find out."
Sol-Feace (Sega CD) artwork

Sol-Feace review (Sega CD)

Reviewed November 27, 2014

Rob Hamilton says: "Finally! A "generic shooter snake" encounter that doesn't feel, well, generic!"
Robo Aleste (Sega CD) artwork

Robo Aleste review (Sega CD)

Reviewed July 16, 2014

Rob Hamilton says: "I think a lot of shooters I play in the future are going to seem sort of mundane after this game."

Most Recent Sega CD Screenshots and Images

If you're interested, check out this list of Sega CD games released in North America, sorted by year. You can also browse Sega CD releases in all regions using the alphabet strip near the top of this page.

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