The Immortal John Hancock is back w/ a brand new Sega Genesis (Mega Drive) BUYING GUIDE: Main Consoles, Clone systems, Accessories + Best Games & HIDDEN GEMS!
The Sega Genesis holds a special appeal for gaming enthusiasts and nostalgia seekers alike. Launched in the late 1980s, the Genesis captured the hearts of gamers with its impressive library of games and advanced hardware capabilities. It offered a vibrant and diverse range of titles, including iconic franchises like Sonic the Hedgehog, Streets of Rage, and Golden Axe, delivering fast-paced action, memorable characters, and innovative gameplay. The Genesis’s 16-bit graphics and sound were revolutionary for their time, providing a visually striking and immersive gaming experience. The console’s competitive edge against its rival, the Super Nintendo, fueled a spirited console war, with fans passionately defending their preferred system. The Sega Genesis continues to evoke fond memories of gaming’s golden era, making it an enduring symbol of nostalgia and an important chapter in video game history.
The Sega Genesis, also known as the Mega Drive, is a 16-bit home video game console that was first released in 1988. It was developed by Sega and was designed to compete with Nintendo’s popular NES console. The Genesis had a library of popular games including Sonic the Hedgehog, Streets of Rage, and Mortal Kombat, and was known for its fast-paced action, colorful graphics, and distinctive sound capabilities. It also featured a cartridge-based system for game storage and had a variety of accessories such as the Sega CD and 32X, which added additional capabilities to the console. The Sega Genesis is considered a classic console and is still enjoyed by retro gamers today.
In this video the HappyConsoleGamer and his friend Andrew share their favorite and best Genesis RPGs.
The Immortal John Hancock owns every U.S. game released for the Sega Genesis and in this video he digs DEEP into his collection to find you some unknown Hidden Gems! These games cover every genre and play style and I’m sure you’ll find something to add to your Sega Genesis / Mega Drive collection!