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.
Today I am here to share my US Sega 32X collection with you. I have been collecting this subset since I bought one on clearance in the mid 90s. While the 32x ultimately disappointed many, it did have a few good games. Have you played the 32x?