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The Way A 2D Game Should Be!

  • Sep 4, 2000
Because of Sega's idea to make "Earthworm Jim 2" a 2D game insteed of a 3D game they may have saved their butts again! Although this game wasn't very populer because at the time of release 3D games were becoming more advanced so everyone just wanted those games (No 3D support killed the Sega Saturn.), so when this game came out no one really cared for another 2D game. They should have. This game proves that just because the game is in 2D, doesn't mean it's a total flop (Unlike "Earthworm Jim 3D.")! 3D gamers who only gave Earthworm Jim a chance when he got a crude 3D game should rent this and play a REAL Earthworm Jim game!!! And this Sega Saturn vertion is also much better than the Genesis vertion too!!!

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