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on January 11, 2013
I love these games. Even though I own them in their original Sega Genesis cart version and on the xbox 360 hits collection I cannot seem to get enough of these games. Now when my children are taking up the gaming tv I can still play them on the computer. A word of warning though, it seems that sega will release a couple of games singularly before releasing the set so when one of you favorites appears as a lone game you might want to wait a couple of weeks to see if the next classic series will contain them
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on June 21, 2012
For the price of this sega compilation pc games is great. Second of all the games play great and look great. I love Vectorman!!!. I recommend using a joypad/controller for a better gaming experience and the save at anytime. The fact that you can download it super fast to as many pc you own its a plus. Get it!
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on March 30, 2015
My kids love these games, and my wife and I play, too.
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on January 21, 2013
The download was easy and these kind of games are a rare collectors' item and for all collectors young and old.
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on April 5, 2011
Retro gamers wanting to rock Genesis games on their PC now have a decent option to emulators. NOTE: I said, "decent". There are some obvious PROS & CONS and emus (Kega Fusion, Gens 32) still do a far better job, minus the hang-ups.

PROS:
Pretty good selection of Genesis fan favorites
$7.50 for 10 games easily edges out the Wii's Virtual console ($6-$10 for a single game)
controls easily map to any USB gamepad (I use the Logitech Dual Action and have used a wired Xbox 360 controller)
netbook friendly; modest hardware requirements

CONS:
No support for Linux nor Mac.

Bottom Line: Mostly positives. SGCS (volumes 1-5) is worth owning. But Sega needs to acknowledge Linux and Mac users.
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