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You get 50 games in this single pack. While not all of the Sega Genesis important games are here (missing Sonic, Chakan and a few others), the collection is quite impressive.
The game requires a Steam account. If you dont know anything about Steam, visit [...] (in a nutshell is one of the best digital game distribution systems and a great gaming community tool)
On this package you receive 5 installation codes that you input into Steam and that activates the games.
You first deal with a launcher where you select the game you want to play. This launcher allows you to save your position in any game at any time, so for some of the RPGs this is great. It also allows you to configure your game pad. I am curretnly using an Xbox 360 game pad and it works great with this launcher. You can also select resolution and aspect ratio you want out of the games.
The games scale nicely in the higher resolution screens of today. I just recently played Shadow Dancer and Streets of Rage 2 in my 1080p monitor and it looked great in fullscreen (I decided to maintain the 4:3 aspect radio of old TVs instead of going with the widescreen option).
While some of the games are not as good as others, just the value of the Shinobi games, the Phantasy Star games and the Streets of Rage games makes this worthwhile.
Yes, dont expect remakes of the games, this are exactly like the ROMS you can get at some sites on the web that are run with emulators. I just think that the launcher, the integration to Steam and the ability to configure a game pad makes this a great prize.
You receive Steam keys btw. Not sure if that matters to you or not, but it is good info to have regardless.
It no longer exists, apparently.
But at least I can play Sanic on my Steam machine, a.k.a. Personal Computer.
With an 8bitdo. Or keyboard. Or mouse, but I'd need to map one of the buttons to "right arrow" and one of the buttons to "jump".
Oh well, I guess this was a thing. Ecco the Dolphin is beyond my skill level, though... :(
I've had occasional freezing when saving occasionally (only on Beyond Oasis, could be just that one game or maybe just my computer). Also, the interface for getting to the games is absolute garbage (you basically have to cycle through them, not in alphabetical order, until you find what you want) but other than that annoyance, these are great.
For a retro gamer such as myself, this was easily worth the $7.50 just for pack 5, which includes Phantasy Star 2-4.
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