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After Burner III

After Burner III (XSX) game cover art
Platform: Sega CD
Tags: Shooter
Developer: CRI


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After Burner III review

Reviewed March 14, 2004

sinner says: "Mark my words: no game has been as thoroughly sodomized as Sega's AfterBurner. Think the Game Boy Advance is littered with horrid ports? How about the GBC with its laughable versions of otherwise successful games? You see, you know what you're getting with Nintendo's portables. Their drastically inferior hardware and minute visibility, for instance, will quell any real expectation you may feel grow for a port arriving for the systems. But Sega took it to the next level with AfterBurner. "
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