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IGN: Fantasy Zone Review

Paying no mind to the unlicensed Tengen port of Fantasy Zone to the NES almost 20 years ago, the arrival of the SEGA Master System version of Fantasy Zone on the Wii's Virtual Console really is Opa-Opa's Big N debut. And it's an occasion to be celebrated.

This is a mascot and a series that only a select group of fans got to enjoy in their original days, and they've always deserved more attention and a wider audience. IGN would recommend you become a member of that new audience – especially if you've never met Opa-Opa before.

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PS360WII3390d ago

I played some of this last night and it's pretty crazy. I like how you get coins and there is a shop for upgrades and switching out inventory. Pretty decent oldie