If you were a die hard gamer back in the late 80's to mid 90's. Then you more than likely experienced home gaming, and some of your favorite games of all time is from that era. And truth be told, the Sega Genesis which was released in the states in 1989 played a huge role in that. The system went head to head with the Nintendo Entertainment System, and later with the Super Nintendo in a battle for home video game entertainment supremacy. The system began with a huge spark, … more
Featuring a solid collection of platformers (Sonic 1 - 3, Ristar, Shinobi 3), RPG's (Phantasy Star and Shining Force series), and two player co-op beat'em ups (Streets of Rage 1 - 3, and Golden Axe 1 - 3). This could be the most well rounded compilation yet. See full review here.
One of the best features on Nintendo's Wii console is the ability to download and play classic games...this is a feature missed by the X-Box 360 and PS3, I know, both systems have this feature, but not to the extent of the Wii...so, more often than not gamers of the latter two systems miss out on this nostalgia...that is, until, Sega released this no brainer of a title: Sonic's Ultimate Genesis Collection. Sega's Genesis Collection offers over 40 of Sega games from a more simpler era and makes them … more