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In the end, it all boils down to whether or not you should spend your hard earned cash on a new Genesis game. At $46 after shipping, some people questioned the investment. Those people are wasting valuable time that could be put to better use playing Beggar Prince. Releases like this don't come often at all, and anyone with any love for the console at all needs to check this one out. It'll look great on your shelf too, with its brand-new clamshell case (that's right, nothing recycled) and full color manual. This is the game Genesis fans have long anticipated, and it deserves a rightful place in your collection.