Hang On (Card)

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[4580] - published by SEGA. Average Reader Rating: 6.48

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This is import-only version of hang on was released on a card. I'm unsure if Hang On was released as a cartridge in other countries as well.

 


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2012-08-24
From: BluBlaDe   (
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Comments: Dunno about the card version but Hang On was like Road Rash with less violence which is still awesome in my book.

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2012-05-16
From: Rain   (
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Comments: At first you think oh wow a motorbike racing game, but it's not that at all. just a repetitive game of dodging other bikes and reaching the checkpoint to go to the next area, which there is only about 3 of, so you end up on a continous loop that never ends which gets tedious

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2011-12-02
From: BluBlaDe   (
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Comments: Badass. I prefers this over others old school bike games.

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2011-05-05
From: Paul   (
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Comments: Didn't have the card version, but Hang-On was and is a classic.

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2009-12-02
From: Tomi Kaunisto   (
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Comments: You still don't see this good playability often.

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2008-07-04
From: Swift   (
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Comments: Same here...in total, I've got about 8 Master Systems ( 4 old and 4 new versions ). Two of them have Hong On build in it. And I've got the card also ;-)

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2008-07-03
From: Davo   (
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Comments: I have two master systems with this built in and a Hang On cartridge!

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2008-03-23
From: segageek   (
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Comments: first game i ever played used to spend hour playing it on my friends master system when i was a kid.

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2008-03-15
From: Swift   (
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Comments: This was my first game I ever played on my Sega Master system...it was the build-in game. Whole summer ( of 1989 ) I played this one. Is there a difference between the card and the build-in version?

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2008-02-13
From: Ro   (
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Comments: Can anyone try to beat my score of 635,580 points?

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2007-07-14
From: B13   (
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Comments: This simply sucks. Wasn't even good in the 80's... Watching paint dry is more interesting >P

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2007-04-22
From: cossieboy   (
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Comments: outrun, before it was even thought off brilliant. yu suzuki rules 10/10

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2006-09-03
From: Classic Comment   (
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Comments: 2005-03-04 From: Onan (more) Comments: If so, good for Brazil. Sure beats working on eliminating the crushing poverty that millions of Brazilians live in. Oh yeah, and good luck with your space program, too. I'm sure all the slum dwellers will get a real kick out of it.

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2006-01-25
From: DeathAdder X   (
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Comments: If you have already read my hang-on/safari hunt review than this ones is me just repeating myself about how important hang-on was to sega master system. This game came on card or built-into the system(on sega gold cateridge)and was the first game most of all sms fans have played. I loved it, I love the arcade and upon the arrivla of sms promising arcade realism, that came through aswell, although this game is nothing like the arcade version. I just have to say that nintendo could never have done alf the game that sms did and when they tried too they got pumbled (double dragon,rampage,altered beast,etc) so if you enjoy your master system and have this game just go to your room get out the old sms and play this game, and all your other games and remeber how great of a system it was and how it was so better than nintendo. P.S. If anyone lives near Canada (ontario) and has an extra master system I need one so tell me.

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2005-12-28
From: Sam   (
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Comments: Ive just been down the pub with Richard and Kiera. Wehad a great time.

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2005-11-26
From: François-Patric   (
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Comments: This game can give you some crashes while you race. If you are attacked by poles, road signs, flowers and other motorcycles, you will be crashed so you may lose up to 6 seconds. But you will continue until the time is up.

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2005-11-22
From: François-Patric   (
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Comments: OK for now but this game gives you 60 seconds for each race. But a Japanese version could be released in both 1986 and 1990. There should on future Sega Console: «Genesis» a Super version of this game called «Super Hang-On».

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2005-08-20
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Comments: marvellous.

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2005-03-03
From: Luiz   (
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Comments: Here in Brazil, the first version of Master System had this game and safari hunter in the video-game built-in memory.

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2004-03-04
From: Jnerd   (
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Comments: This was a fun game. Enduro was better on Atari but this was a good game. It was a wierd concept that you basically started the race behind everyone else and you had to pass everyone in order to win. Think about the headstart the last guy got in the beginning of the race.

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2002-12-22
From: RookieDookie   (
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Comments: This was my first game from my master system in the year hmm 87.(sorry for my englisch) I was just came from atari 2600. The game was nice.

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2002-12-13
From: Instigator   (
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Comments: You mean that little silly card was a game? AW BLOODY HELL! I was using it as a slide on for my Intellivision Controler for the Intellivision motorcycle racing game! HELL, no wonder why i could never finish the first lap, I was pressing the wrong buttons all THIS TIME! BLOODY HELL!

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2002-10-19
From: Jacko   (
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Comments: its fucking crap, you crash into them and they drive off laughing, whilst you crash and burn?? why dont they fucking crash in a collision situation?

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2002-07-10
From: Mike Hayes   (
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Comments: I have european hang on on card and cartridge, there is no difference. Great Game.

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2002-04-04
From: ME   (
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Comments: THIS IS A FUCKING STUPID GAME! =P

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2001-08-23
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brad  (more)
Comments: brad

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2001-07-16
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Ro  (more)
Comments: Just got Sega Manx TT Superbike for my PC. It's so good that you can battle it out online.

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2001-07-04
From: Mason Hicks   (
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Comments: If you don't like Hang-On there's somthing wrong with you.

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2001-06-21
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2001-06-14
From: Firestorm   (
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Comments: Essentially the same as World Grand Prix, but with bikes. Graphics were distinctly poorer. The Mega Drive's super hang on was better. But for arcade perfect (should you really want to), got to You Arcade in Shenmue on Dreamcast and waste your money in there instead of chasing a bloke who you never catch in the game anyway.

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2001-04-26
From: Ro   (
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Comments: Play Shenmue on the Dreamcast. Hidden inside is the arcade version of this game.

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2001-04-24
From: Talwar   (
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Comments: ice game but when you got in the mood you can go thru over and over again. Too easy. (It gets back to the start when you drive far enought, if you din't know)

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2001-04-16
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Eddie  (more)
Comments: This is good fun and having it in the arcade in shenmue was a great idea.

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2001-03-14
From: Silver   (
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Comments: This game was released on cartridge in sweden, and probably the rest of Europe as well. Most masterowners had it since it was built-in to the system itself. Then after a few years sega changed the built-in game to Alex Kidd. However, this game is decent, at best. There are many better games out there, but there are also many worse.

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2001-03-03
From:
Rick Lappeman  (more)
Comments: The graphics are poor, the game is fustratingly hard.......But still loads of fun. if you can look past that you must get this as it was one of the best outrunner vehicle racers of its time. Still in some arcades today because its that much of a hit!

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2001-03-01
From: Ro   (
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Comments: This is a great racer. If you got a Dreamcast, check out SUZUKI ALSTAIRE EXTREME RACING. Super Hang-On rules. Your bike is turbocharged. I love superbikes

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2001-02-20
From: kelvin lucking   (
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Comments: this was the first game i got for sega when i was at school. i thought it was amazing but i played it the other day and it is poo

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