The Genesis holds a special place in gaming history as one of the most iconic consoles of the 16-bit era. With its vibrant library of games, it solidified its legacy as a powerhouse in the gaming industry. Swipe up to see the full list of brilliant Sega Genesis games!
Golden Axe II builds upon the success of the original Golden Axe, offering players another fantasy beat ’em-up adventure. Players choose from a selection of heroes and embark on a quest to defeat the evil Death Adder.
With its offbeat humor, imaginative level design, and memorable soundtrack, Earthworm Jim became a cult classic and a testament to the Genesis’ ability to deliver unique gaming experiences.
Competition was a bit more fierce for this sequel. Nintendo decided to not censor Mortal Kombat II after getting thoroughly trounced in sales by the Sega version of Mortal Kombat I. Even still, the Genesis version of the game featured some easter eggs and different character animations than other ports.
Aladdin is a platforming masterpiece that brought Disney’s animated film to life on the Genesis. Truly one of the few video games based on a movie that lived up to it’s name.
The game’s co-op multiplayer, memorable characters, and challenging gameplay made Streets of Rage an instant hit. It was a cornerstone of the Genesis library. Spoiler alert: Don’t be surprised if you see this name again very soon…
So, were you a Sega koala or a Nintendo koala? If you were anything like us, it just depended on the day! Theres more! Swipe up to see the full list of brilliant Sega Genesis games!