Sega Arcade Gallery Game Boy Advance
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  • Summary: Sega Arcade Gallery for the GBA includes accurate conversions of OutRun, Super Hang-On, and Space Harrier, as well as a so-so rendition of After Burner.
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  1. Positive: 6 out of 12
  2. Negative: 2 out of 12
  1. 91
    All four games in this collection are almost arcade perfect and run supersmoothly. [May 2003, p.40]
  2. 80
    Though the games are graphically a bit dated, the mechanics of the games themselved make up for it.
  3. Despite the omissions and deficiencies in "After Burner" and the unfortunate absence of a save feature, Sega Arcade Gallery is one retro collection that's worth owning.
  4. The games survive in excellent fashion on GBA, with sharp colors and fast framerates. [Sept 2003, p.80]
  5. 69
    SAG offers a quick trip down memory lane, but repeated replaying of all four games will soon get a little stale.
  6. Really appeals to players' sense of nostalgia, but together the four titles can still hang with today's crowd. [Summer 2003, p.47]
  7. We'd also like to point out that Sega has a whole stack of arcade games in its archives, and could have been a mite more generous than including just four in the package. One for obsessives only.

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  1. HiraganaDragon
    Nov 28, 2003
    Out Run, Hang On and Space harrier are great as ever! After Burner is a bit disappointing, but they are all playable, and are great for a quick bit of fun in car journeys, and things like that! Expand