Game Gear

Some articles on game, game gear, games:

List Of Video Games Based On Comics - B
... Crusader (Amstrad CPC, ZX Spectrum, Commodore 64) Batman The Movie (film-based) (PC, NES, Game Boy, Mega Drive, Amiga, Atari ST, IBM PC, ZX Spectrum, Commodore 64, Amstrad ... ColecoVision) Blade Blade (film-based) (PlayStation, Game Boy) Blade II (PS2, Xbox, PC) Blade Kitten (PlayStation Network, Xbox Live) Bone Bone Out from Boneville (PC) Bone Act I Out from Boneville (Mac OS X) Bone The ...
List Of Video Game Console Palettes - Sega - Game Gear
... The Sega Game Gear had a 12-bit RGB palette (4096 colors), with 32 colors on-screen at once ...
Sonic The Hedgehog 2 (8-bit) - Reception
... Reception Review scores Publication Score GamePro 5 / 5 (Game Gear) IGN 8 / 10 (Wii) Mean Machines 95% (Master System) Mega Zone 93% (Master System) Sega Force 92% (Master System) 93% (Game Gear) Sega Force Mega 93 ... described it as better than its predecessor and as "one of the greatest Master System games of all time," giving it an overall 95% score ... that instead of "trying to scale down the MD version," Sega have "opted for a totally different game — and well good it is, too!" The Game Gear version ...
PGA Tour Series - Games in The Series
... SNES and Commodore Amiga and 1993 for Sega Master System and Game Gear ... MegaTech awarded the game 93%, and Mega placed it at #10 in their Top Mega Drive Games of All Time ... Golf II Released in 1992 for the Mega Drive and in 1995 for the Game Gear ...
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie (video Game) - Game Gear
... The Game Gear is a competitive fighting game exactly like the original Game Gear game based on the TV series, with the same gameplay format and game modes ... Jaws of Destruction Oozemen Hornitron Ivan Ecto-Morphicon The Game Gear version's soundtrack is made up of mostly midi versions of music from the series and Mighty Morphin Power ...

Famous quotes containing the words gear and/or game:

    For women ... bras, panties, bathing suits, and other stereotypical gear are visual reminders of a commercial, idealized feminine image that our real and diverse female bodies can’t possibly fit. Without these visual references, each individual woman’s body demands to be accepted on its own terms. We stop being comparatives. We begin to be unique.
    Gloria Steinem (b. 1934)

    Neighboring farmers and visitors at White Sulphur drove out occasionally to watch ‘those funny Scotchmen’ with amused superiority; when one member imported clubs from Scotland, they were held for three weeks by customs officials who could not believe that any game could be played with ‘such elongated blackjacks or implements of murder.’
    —For the State of West Virginia, U.S. public relief program (1935-1943)