this shouldn't be here![edit source]

its a fan made hack. Taizou (talk) 20:19, November 9, 2013 (UTC)

This game was released commercially in Russia and South America (by pirates, of course) for the Mega Drive in cartridge form, it is a fan made hack that was bootlegged, so I don't see why shouldn't this be in the wiki. Eternaga (Talk to Me) 20:11, November 12, 2013 (UTC)

exactly, because it's a fan made hack.. the fact that it was bootlegged & stuff specific to the bootleg release maybe could be mentioned somewhere, but theres no need to go into detail about the hack itself because the hack isnt a pirate product. it's like, i dunno, having a full article on Super Mario Bros because there were some pirate carts of it.
if you dig around there are tons of fanmade hacks and translations that have found their way onto pirate carts (mostly multicarts, especially those pocketnes compilations on the GBA) but the only aspect we really should be covering of any of them is the fact they were bootlegged and how that release was handled, not the content of the hack itself. Taizou (talk) 21:56, November 12, 2013 (UTC)

So, you say that we should remove the details about the game itself and focus on its bootleg release? OK then, by the way I gave a couple of links to the Sonic Retro page. You can delete the information that is not neccesary, but please don't delete the article. Eternaga (Talk to Me) 15:54, November 13, 2013 (UTC)

Mega Drive Portable[edit source]

What precisely is this item? The S (talk) 05:53, December 23, 2015 (UTC)

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