Summary: I guess now I now why Sega went out of business. The price was ok if the actual game was good. But now that I think about it I bought old games, what could I have spectated? Think before you buy it. Would you like to play some old games?
Summary: I thought this would be a cool nostaglia gift for my husband but he played it once and lost interest. I think I was more excited because of the "we played this when we were kids", than he was. I dont see us getting much use out of this game but oh well, at least our kids can see how deprived we were! I would actually reccommend renting this if you can verses buying it.
Summary: I only played a Sega a few times as a kid, so I brought this mainly because I've never really played Sonic or other Sega games (except Shining Force). It's an excellent value for the number of games on the disc, and for Sonic, Alex Kidd, Fatal Labyrinth, etc. fans, this is nostalgia at it's best. All the games are HD, but they're still pixelated, so it's like playing a Sega again, only with a much better picture.
Summary: I have fond memories of Sonic the Hedgehog from my youth, even though my family never had a Genesis (played at friends' houses and such). So to get that plus a bunch of other Genesis games for such a low price seemed like a steal. Most of the other games I haven't really enjoyed - though a Genesis buff may like them for nostalgic sake - and even Sonic disappointed.
Summary: Honestly, I thought it would have been a great game. There are some ups about it, and there are several downs. Pros include, the Sonic games... But there isn't really anything new about them, and I say that because they have been included on every single game collection with the word "Sonic" in the title for the past 4 or so years. Cons include, I assumed that playing the other games that I had never played before would be fun.