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Sonic's Ultimate Genesis Collection
10 January 2013
Conclusion: When it comes to collections, Sonic’s Ultimate Genesis Collection is one of the best collections to ever be released. While it doesn’t provide all the bells and whistles of modern-day titles, its game line-up is one of the best to be released.
Conclusion: Robotnik's Mean Bean Machine Dynamite Headdy ESWAT: City Under Siege Ecco the Dolphin Ecco: The Tides of Time Fantasy Zone (arcade) Fatal Labyrinth Flicky Gain Ground Golden Axe Golden Axe II Golden Axe III Golden Axe Warrior (Sega Master System) Kid Chameleon Phantasy Star (Sega Master System)...
Fantastic set of classic titles updated for today's gamers.
Common Sense Media
28 October 2009
Summary: Parents need to know that this is a game collection with over forty classic titles from the early and mid 1990s. Along with the Sega Genesis games, unlockable Sega Master System and arcade titles are also included aiding in the nostalgia.
Summary: Don't be fooled by the crummy name, Sonic's Ultimate Genesis Collection is not a hedgehog-only affair. Instead this is a compilation with 47 classic games, most of which are well worth playing.
Summary: Contrary to its name, Sonic's Ultimate Genesis Collection is not merely another comprehensive collection of our favorite hedgehog's 2D adventures. Instead it's an update to the Sega Genesis Collection, an inexpensive 16-bit compilation released a few years ago on the Sony PSP and PlayStation 2.
Conclusion: rose-colored tint. In fact, the games are actually made better by the fact progress can be saved and, from all the games I’ve played, each and every one completely matches my memory of how the original played.
Review : Sonic's Ultimate Genesis Collection for Xbox 360 and PS3
4 March 2009
Conclusion: Sega had some truly creative people working for them during this period and this collection represents the fruits of a golden age for the company. This is an incredible value at $30 and this should be in every single gamer's library.