Summary: Sega manages to pack just about every great Genesis game into one UMD. With games like Shinobi III, Ecco the Dolphin, Vectorman, Comix Zone, Sonic the Hedgehog and the three 16-bit Phantasy Star games, the Sega Genesis Collection is a must own no matter what type of gamer you are! Tweet This product was submitted by the publisher for review. As a rule, Defunct Games does not review games we spent money on. However, that does not always apply to classic/retro games.
Conclusion: The 8-bit Sega Game Gear and Sega Master System games would be totally awesome on the PSP. This is a really great collection of games on the PSP and there is also a version of it on the PS2 for $20. It is sort of sad that a collection of 16-bit Genesis games was the release that I looked forward to on the PSP.
Conclusion: There are only a few areas where things suffer here. First of all, some of the load times are a bit on the long side, especially between some menus. Second, the presentation and menus were clearly rushed for production. While the menu interaction works well, it’s not very stylish, and definitely indicates that it’s a budget title. Even the ten interviews included the compilation seem to be put together sloppily, and the interface is a little bland.
Excerpt: Retro gaming done the way it is meant to be done! 27 Megadrive games and more! When I was a kid you either had a SNES or a Megadrive. I had a SNES. Now there is no point going into which was best and why as they both had good points. What I will say is I did envy some games on the megadrive. Sadly only a couple of the games I drooled over are in this collection (But my how I wanted altered beast!!)! So what is there 1. Alex Kidd In The Enchanted Castle 2.
Pros: 27 perfectly emulated megadrive games
Cons: Some duff games and where the hell is Streets of Rage!