Summary: Sonic Spinball was so much fun to play and would be so incredible to play just using the left and right bumper buttons. Pinball seems like it was made for the PSP. Anyway, this is the only game you need to buy for the PSP. The rest you can download.
Summary: You do get fairly bored of the game once you've unlocked everything. But if you're like me, you'll end up picking it back up at some point for more gameplay.
Pros: The game is in excellent condition, as expected. The packaging was a bit much given the size of a PSP game case, though. These are SEGA classics, some of the best games ever made
Cons: Nothing really against the anything at all, other than the fact that there are so many other games that SHOULD have been included on it by SEGA. Can't really blame anyone but the one who gathered them together for that.
Summary: While video game technology continues to grow, it's important to remember our roots - and this collection of 4th generation Genesis games is a great way to relive that past glory. The following are included in this compilation: Alex Kidd in the Enchanted Castle - This is a cute game in a Mario-like...
Summary: This is a great walk down memory lane. I played almost every one of these games on the Genesis. I can't believe it's been so many years. These games are still fun. I bought it for the PSP because I think I'll like taking them wherever I go.
Summary: I have the psn download from the PSN and i used to have the umd. One thing i noticed which is cool is that it seems that the games are clocked higher then the original hardware which is clocked at 7mhz so sometimes playing games like sonic 2 would suffer from some really bad slow down.