Sega Mega Drive is one of the most famous and least fortunate consoles of all, penultimate from the Japanese house. Here’s what you should play with.
The Sega Mega Drive Known as Genesis in the US, it propelled Sega into its golden age in terms of games and hardware. It boldly stated “Genesis does what Nintend doesn’t” in a hugely popular US promotion, and while that’s technically a blatant grammatical error, it’s a catchy mantra that has proven true for most of Mega Drive’s life.
Where the NES and SNES were full of platforms and JRPGs, Mega Drive focused on games with action, combat, and drama. At the end of the day, the console has had many beloved titles like Nintendo consoles, and even if Sega is no longer in the console marketIts influence cannot be denied.
Fourth Thunder Force –
This is a set of action and scrolling game scenes and is one of the best examples of how much detail Mega Drive can handle compared to SNES. In the United States, the game was Known as the power of lightning, and we have no idea if the typo is still required today. Technically, it’s not a platformer, but it definitely gives Sonic the Hedgehog an atmosphere during gameplay, just more intense.
Castlevania: Bloodlines –
It wouldn’t be a Sega console without the great Castlevanias. Bloodlines isn’t as cuddly as the other games in the series, but if you go back to playing it now, you’ll be surprised at how much older it has gotten. open exploration symphony of the night It led to the series that hasn’t even appeared in the game here yet, but there’s a great level design along with some fun combat.
NHL ’94 –
sports! There are so many sports to choose from in this generation of console, but none of them have captured the real sports you feel they represent quite like this one. EA Sports started it all with games like NHL ’94 – if you’d prefer an era of more sports arcade games, this is fun A blast from the past.
Before movie-based bonding games took the stigma that still exists today, 16-bit consoles offered some great platform games. You can choose the one you like best from the many options available today, Tales of the Lion King and the Ducks It was amazing, just to name a few. However, Aladdin remains above all else. The animation was great thanks to the fact that the animators of the movie also worked on the game, something that very few video games can boast of.
fantasy star 4 –
If you loved JRPGs in the 90’s, Nintendo consoles are probably the best choice for you. However, that doesn’t mean Sega has been completely dry in this regard and the Phantasy Star series is proof of that. Chapter four, no doubt Best RPG on Mega Drive, and any old Nintendo fan might want to know what was missing at the time.
Streets of Rage 2 –
Moves, combos, action, amazing animations – whatever you say, Streets of Rage had it. It would have taken entire generations for me stout side scrolling Just get close to the level of this game. It focuses completely on all the sensations of power that this genre has to convey.
Mortal Kombat 2 –
After numerous allegations that video games cause violence, which have appeared in mainstream media every now and then since those times, many companies have wanted to avoid bloody look by Mortal Kombat. However, it’s not Sega, and the red liquid flowing all over the screen in one of the best fighting games of the time, conquering players thanks to its more beginner-friendly controls.
In the somewhat console-to-console era, Strider broke the curse by hitting arcade-like quality levels on Sega platforms. everybody Hacking and cutting It has captured audiences of all types and backgrounds, but has never allowed it to take hold as an enduring franchise. Capcom has tried to bring it back to life many times over the years, but it’s probably best to just let the memories speak.
Gunstar Heroes –
Despite the bright and colorful appearance, Gunstar Heroes is a very chaotic and violent experience in a fun way. You can play this side-scrolling shooter in a co-op mode, and you will be happy to do so as you take down waves of enemies with all kinds of weird and wonderful powers. maybe you can be The first game that comes to mind When someone says “Mega Drive”, but it’s worth checking out.
Sonic 3 and Knuckles –
All chapters of Sonic the Hedgehog for Mega Drive are the best the console has to offer, but if we were to pick our favorite, the sheer nature of Sonic 3 & Knuckles wins. The three classic titles were a great example of how you can iterate and nurture a concept from one game to the next without having to change much each time. Sonic is unfortunately a bit of a laughingstock in the video game world these days, which may explain why I tried the Hollywood method Lately, but it will always be fun to remember the good days.
By Dave Aubrey for GLHF
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