Sega renews trademarks on trio of obscure Mega Drive and Saturn games

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  1. Agobue

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    Sega has renewed its trademarks on a trio of classic titles that originally saw release on the Mega Drive (AKA Sega Genesis) and its successor, the Sega Saturn.

    The renewals, as spotted by Gematsu, see the trademarks for 1993’s Ranger X, 1995’s Crusader of Centy, and 1996’s Linkle Liver Story retained by Sega. All three games were developed by Nextech, a now-defunct Japanese studio bought by Sega in 1997.

    https://www.nme.com/news/gaming-new...f-obscure-mega-drive-and-saturn-games-3021286
     
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    crusader of centy seemed like a fun game.
     
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    Hells yeah, Ex-Ranza/Ranger X was an awesome game. Up there with Gunstar Heroes in terms of quality.
     
  4. Ranger X is one of my favorite Genesis games (up there with S3&K and the Shining Force games), so that's exciting. I didn't even realize that the same firm also developed Crusader of Centy.
     
  5. Xiao Hayes

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    Yes, Soleil was a beautiful game with a nice Sonic cameo. I think the original title was Ragnacenty.