Top 9 Sega Genesis Collection Playstation 2

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1. Sega Genesis Collection – PlayStation 2

Sega Genesis Collection - PlayStation 2

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Platform:PlayStation2

Sega Genesis Collection lets players experience celebrated Sega Genesis titles, including mega hits like Sonic The Hedgehog and Golden Axe, on their PS2! It also has glimpses into next-generation titles yet to come from Sega, plus bonus content like unlockable arcade titles and interviews with original Sega Genesis developers. This collection is a comprehensive look at the massively successful Sega Genesis era — and a must-have for gamers today. Games include:Decap Attack starring Chuck D. Head Ecco the DolphinEcco II -The Tides of Time Ecco Jr. Kid Chameleon Flicky Gain Ground Golden Axe I Golden Axe II Golden Axe III Phantasy Star II Phantasy Star III -Generations of Doom Phantasy Star IV -The End of the Millenium Ristar Shadow Dancer -The Secret of Shinobi Shinobi III -Return of the Ninja Master Sonic the Hedgehog Sonic the Hedgehog 2 Super Thunder Blade Sword of Vermilion Vectorman Vectorman 2 Virtua Fighter 2

2. Sega Genesis Collection – Sony PSP

Sega Genesis Collection - Sony PSP

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Platform:Sony PSP

28 CLASSIC GAMES – Golden Axe, Shadow Dancer; The Secret Of Shinobi, Virtual Fighter 2, Sonic The Hedgehog, Comix Zone, Columns, Alex Kidd in the Enchanted Castle, Bonanza Bros, kid Chameleon, Flicky, Gain Ground, Phantasy Star II, III and IV, Super Thunder Blade, Sword of Vermilion, VectorMan I and II, And many more!

3. Sega Genesis Collection [Online Game Code]

Sega Genesis Collection [Online Game Code]

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Platform:Sony PSP PSN code

28 Classic Games: Golden Axe. Sonic The Hedgehog. Shadow Dancer: The Secret of Shinobi. Comix Zone. Virtua Fighter 2. Columns. Alex Kidd in the Enchanted Castle. Bonanza Bros. Kid Chameleon. Flicky. Gain Ground. Phantasy Star II, III and IV. Super Thunger Blade. Sword of Vermilion. Vectorman I and II. And Many More! Wireless multiplayer action. Unlockable videos, interviews, and artwork. To download the manual in PDF format, go to www.sega.com/manuals/PSP/SegaGenesis.

4. Sonic’s Ultimate Genesis Collection (Greatest Hits) – PlayStation 3

Sonic's Ultimate Genesis Collection (Greatest Hits) - PlayStation 3

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Platform:PlayStation 3

With over 40 titles from the SEGA Genesis era, including all the Sonic The Hedgehog favorites, fans will experience these classics now in sleek HD at a new low price. With plenty of single-player and multiplayer action, gamers will take down a huge variety of enemies, including Sonic’s nemesis Dr. Eggman, shuriken-flinging ninjas, hordes of altered beasts and the world’s greatest fighting champions.

5. Sonic’s Ultimate Genesis Collection (Platinum Hits) – Xbox 360

Sonic's Ultimate Genesis Collection (Platinum Hits) - Xbox 360

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Platform:Xbox 360

With over 40 titles from the SEGA Genesis era, including all the Sonic The Hedgehog favorites, fans will experience these classics now in sleek HD at a new low price. With plenty of single-player and multiplayer action, gamers will take down a huge variety of enemies, including Sonic’s nemesis Dr. Eggman, shuriken-flinging ninjas, hordes of altered beasts and the world’s greatest fighting champions.

6. Sega Genesis Collection – PlayStation 2 (Renewed)

Sega Genesis Collection - PlayStation 2 (Renewed)

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7. Sega Classics Collection – PlayStation 2

Sega Classics Collection - PlayStation 2

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SEGA Ages: Classics Collection features enhanced versions of Fantasy Zone, Golden Axe, Monaco GP, Tant R/Bonanza, Alien Syndrome, Columns, Outrun, V.R. (Virtual Racing), and Space Harrier. Each one of the ten games put on the Sega Classics Collection disc began its life several years ago as one-off budget games produced and published by an off-shoot company of Sega’s: 3D Ages. The idea of the 3D Ages project was to delve into Sega’s backlog of classic games and revive them in more contemporary 3D engines and designs at a budget price. Games like After Burner II, Alien Syndrome, Golden Axe and other Sega brands were given additional life as new developments on the PlayStation 2.

8. PS2 PLAYSTATION 2 SONIC — MEGA COLLECTION PLUS

PS2 PLAYSTATION 2 SONIC -- MEGA COLLECTION PLUS

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TAKE A BLAST INTO THE PAST WITH INCREDIBLE SONIC VALUE! Seven classic Sonic Genesis games PLUS Six additional Sonic Game Gear titles Unlockable games and secrets Re-design interface and extra bonus material

9. MediEvil 2

MediEvil 2

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MediEvil II, like its predecessor, is an action game with a liberal mix of puzzle solving, fighting, and humor. The first MediEvil was about Dan Fortesque, a skeleton in shining armor. He died as a soldier, fighting against the evilsorcerer Lord Zarok, but rose from the dead–along with everyone else in the graveyards–when Zarok cast the spell of Eternal Darkness. Though Dan was successful by the end of that game, in MediEvil II, he’s been summoned again 500 years later–in1888 A.D.–because evil magician Lord Palethorn has found pages from the original spell book. Now Victorian London is overrun by undead, and it’s your job, as Dan Fortesque, to fight through several levels and stop Palethorn before he takes over the world.

You’ll find a variety of weaponry available to you, including a steam-powered Gatling gun and an ever-trusty sword. Dan’s detachable head and hands even provide different perspectives on some levels.

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MediEvil took many players by surprise in 1998 with itszany British sense of humor and skeletal hero Sir Daniel Fortesque.Now, that bony knight returns in a sequel with a lot of fun gimmicksand the same solid play that made the first MediEvil such ahit.

This time around, Dan’s been yanked from his eternal slumber onceagain, only to find himself inside a museum in Victorian England, wherean occultist named Palethorn has wakened the dead. Dan must defeatthese walking fossils, using his sword and other weapons, while alsosolving an array of puzzles. Dan’s got some new moves to help him alongthe way, including the ability to stick his skull onto a walking handso that he can search inside small cracks.

Compared to the series debut, MediEvil II offers bettergraphics, but isn’t quite as funny. The original’s 3-D camera problemshaven’t been fixed and in some cases are worse than before, but overallMediEvil II makes for a worthy follow-up. –Robb Guido

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  • Clean, gothic graphics
  • New moves and more playable characters than the first

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  • Hyper camera
  • Level design could have been better

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