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  • Summary: Alex Kidd in Miracle World was one of the first platform games released for the Sega Master System. Alex Kidd was Sega's mascot before characters like Sonic the Hedgehog hit the scene.
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  1. Jul 24, 2012
    Push past the nostalgia and the Mario inferiority complex creeps in hard and fast. [Sept 2012, p.103]
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  1. May 28, 2012
    Great to see this game on Psn, i can almost dream this game ! Played this one so much back in the days, on my Master System 2 ! Finished it 100% already, whit out even breaking a sweat ! (Which was not the case back in the day ;-) ) Just Awesome ! Expand
  2. Jun 1, 2012
    this game bring back memories for me i first started playing this game on sega master system best game ever love it everyone should remember this classic game and new gamer or this new generation of gamer should play old game. Collapse
  3. Jun 5, 2012
    Alex Kidd in Miracle World has nostalgia by the bucket load. If you played this on the old MS2, your youth will come flooding back as soon as you hear that unforgettable theme tune. The graphics are bright, the soundtrack is AMAZING and the simple gameplay still feels wired tight after all these years. Time has merely amplified the game's charm. That said, if you didn't play Alex Kidd first time round, it won't pack the same nostalgic knockout punch and might well seem a bit rudimentary. It'll never compete with those new-fangled modern games, but as a slice of downloadable nostalgia Alex Kidd in Miracle World doesn't put a foot wrong. Expand
  4. May 30, 2012
    for £3.69 this game seemed like a bargain, it was not!, tgetting killed by not jumping correctly every 30 seconds, stupid dump playground boss fights and basically not a chance to earn enough credits to buy the "secret combo continue", this game is not recommeded if you dont like getting killed every 2 seconds and i think thats about 99% of the gaming population, typical sega rubbish from back in the day, it tried to be like mario but mario was playable!! Expand