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After Burner Review Rewind

Broken wings

Life is full of surprises. Good or bad, they come when you least expect it and can potentially change your life forever. Such was the case when Sega released After Burner in the arcade. Coming complete with a hydraulic sit-down cabinet, the game was the first of its kind to successfully take the boredom out of flight simulations. There were no worries about instrument panels, altimeter gauges, or landing sequences. A short while after its arcade debut, the game went on to be ported to a number of home consoles, including the Sega Master System. Sega’s fledgling franchise was such a big hit, that it even saw a release on the NES. Wait…what?! Surpriiiise! That’s probably what Tengen said once their unlicensed version of After Burner hit store shelves for Nintendo’s own console.

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Afterburner Climax Review

An awesome remake of a classic Sega arcade title.

While Sega is well-known for their classic consoles such as the Genesis, Saturn, or Dreamcast, the company is also well-known for their great arcade games that were featured in unique arcade cabinets. Originally released in 2006 in arcades, After Burner Climax has just recently made its home console debut four years later in the form of a PlayStation Network and Xbox Live Arcade release. With the exception of the unique arcade cabinet, the home console conversion is a faithful high-definition remake of the classic arcade title.

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