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[[File:Mmww_title.png|right|160px]]'''''Mega Man: The Wily Wars''''', known as '''''Rockman Mega World''''' (ロックマンメガワールド) in Japan, is a compilation released in 1994 by [[Capcom]] for the [[Sega Mega Drive]] containing ports of the first three of the "classic" series ''Mega Man'' games, plus a set of bonus stages, collectively called "Wily Tower," to play after beating all three. In the United States, it was released as a [[Sega Channel]] exclusive. Some experienced players of the original NES games may notice that the game speed is slightly slower thus making the game in some cases easier, but other parts may become more difficult due to different timings.
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[[File:Daytona USA Title.png|right|160px]]'''''Daytona USA''''' is a [[Sega Model 2]] arcade racing game developed by [[Sega AM2]]. It was initially released in Japan in 1993, before making an international release a year later. It is loosely based on the NASCAR racing event at the [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Daytona_International_Speedway Daytona International Speedway], located in real life in Daytona Beach, Florida in the United States of America. ''Daytona USA'' and all of its sequels leading up to ''[[Sega Racing Classic]]'' have been officially sponsored by the International Speedway Corporation.  
  
In these games the objective is to pick a stage, navigate it defeating enemies along the way with the buster, and beat the robot master at the end of the stage. Once the player defeats the robot master you gain it's weapon to use on a different robot master. In layman's terms it's like a game of rock-paper-scissors. Once you have defeated all the robot masters the player goes to the Wily stages where the final set of levels awaits.
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The original arcade release has the player drive a stock car, known as the "Hornet" (number 41) loosely based on a [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chevrolet_Beretta Chevrolet Beretta], racing against numerous other cars around three selectable tracks. Player one's car by default is coloured red and blue (the manual car uses a red, black and yellow colour scheme), and can be seen at the forefront of all game covers, flyers and similar media related to the series with the exception of ''[[Daytona USA 2]]'' and its update, ''[[Daytona USA 2: Power Edition]]''.
  
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Daytona USA is a Sega Model 2 arcade racing game developed by Sega AM2. It was initially released in Japan in 1993, before making an international release a year later. It is loosely based on the NASCAR racing event at the Daytona International Speedway, located in real life in Daytona Beach, Florida in the United States of America. Daytona USA and all of its sequels leading up to Sega Racing Classic have been officially sponsored by the International Speedway Corporation.

The original arcade release has the player drive a stock car, known as the "Hornet" (number 41) loosely based on a Chevrolet Beretta, racing against numerous other cars around three selectable tracks. Player one's car by default is coloured red and blue (the manual car uses a red, black and yellow colour scheme), and can be seen at the forefront of all game covers, flyers and similar media related to the series with the exception of Daytona USA 2 and its update, Daytona USA 2: Power Edition.

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