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Old 06-15-2017, 05:53 PM   #1
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Default Cinematronics and Sega Vector Games

Definitely warrants discussion: Remember the following vector graphics arcade games by Cinematronics:

Space Wars
Starhawk
Armor Attack
Rip-Off
Star Castle
Cosmic Chasm
(first all-color)

...and by Sega:

Space Fury
Eliminator
Star Trek
Tac/Scan


These games were never emulated onto Sony PlayStation, Microsoft XBOX, or on the latter-day Sega consoles like Saturn or Dreamcast. Why do you think this is so, and does anyone think these games will ever see the "home-console-light-of-day"? They were great games with great memories....
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