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California Games

California Games (XSX) game cover art
Platform: Sega Master System
Tags: Sports
Developer: SEGA
More Platforms: Atari 2600, Genesis, Lynx, NES

Publisher
Region
Released
NA
??/??/1989
EU
??/??/1994

Staff Reviews

California Games review (NES)

Reviewed August 05, 2012

Jason Venter says: "I once wasted most of a week doing nothing but playing California Games and attempting to perfect each of the six included sporting events. Just like I did more than two decades ago, I see quite clearly how the game could have been awesome. The problem is that it failed spectacularly. Each of the included diversions—half pipe, foot bag, surfing, skating, BMX and flying disk—have enough issues that the kindest compliment you might pay any of them is “semi-competent.”"
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